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ACU CEO named #1 in the nation

ACU’s chapter of the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (CEO) won best overall chapter in the nation at the CEO National Conference Oct. 27-29 in Tampa, Fla. ACU students also won best chapter business with Wildcat Ventures. This is the second year in a row for ACU to win in both categories. ACU competed against more than 250 chapters from across the … Continued

Jacob's Dream celebrates 10th anniversary

One of the most photographed sites in Abilene celebrates its 10th year as a landmark on the ACU campus. In the last decade, the nearly 40-foot-tall bronze sculpture has become a popular spot for baptisms, weddings, picnics and devotionals. It is a favorite backdrop for graduation and family photos. Jacob’s Dream was dedicated at the … Continued

Jeff Kimble

World renowned physicist one of ACU’s outstanding alumni

To understand what Dr. H. Jeff Kimble (’71) does for a living, you can’t picture him working in a laboratory. Well, he’s a world-renowned physicist specializing in quantum optics at California Institute of Technology, so there’s a good chance you’ll never really understand what he does. Still: Start by picturing him as one of the … Continued

COBA names new dean

Dr. Brad Crisp has been named as the new dean for the College of Business Administration. During his 10 years on the faculty at ACU, Crisp has served as director of the School of Information Technology and Computing, which earned ABET accreditation under his leadership; and he launched the online Master of Business Administration as … Continued

JMC students win advertising awards

Students from ACU’s Department of Journalism and Mass Communication won several awards at the American Advertising Awards ceremony, hosted by the Abilene chapter of the American Advertising Federation. Student advertising/PR agency Morris + Mitchell and multimedia production agency 99 West won Gold and Silver awards for their work in the professional category. Although these organizations … Continued