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Bush and Lucado to visit ACU in March

On March 28, best-selling author Max Lucado (’77) will be on campus at the Brown Library’s spring fundraiser to moderate Voices of Hope: An Evening with Mrs. Laura Bush.

In 2015, Lucado designated Brown Library as the repository for materials documenting his career as a missionary, evangelist and writer, establishing the Max Lucado Collection.

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Dr. Alden Bass presents Reviving the Ancient Church


Please join us for a CHARIS lecture featuring Dr. Alden Bass, assistant professor of Bible at Oklahoma Christian University, from 4-5 p.m. on Thursday, April 16, in the Chapel on the Hill in the Onstead-Packer Biblical Studies Building. Bass will explore the topic, “Reviving the Ancient Church: Intentional Community and the Missional Future of Restorationist Churches.”

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SPSS training in Scholars Lab


The ACU Scholars Lab, a new space in Room 326 of Brown Library, will host a video conversation March 7 at 1 p.m. about Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS), a popular software tool aiding in research and data analysis, and extending to many industries and organizations such as health care, education and marketing.

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Maker Lab grants support innovation


Last fall, ACU students were encouraged to apply for Maker Lab Innovator Grants for projects that reimagine, design, and execute solutions for real-life problems facing communities today. The grants offer support of up to $800 per project.

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Ozark Christian professor speaks on campus


Dr. Shane Wood, professor of New Testament studies and associate academic dean at Ozark Christian College, was a special guest Feb. 10-11 at ACU. His most recent book, Between Two Trees, challenges readers to cling to hope, love and life in the midst of struggle and conflict.

Read more about Wood’s visit to campus and Between Two Trees here.

Adobe conference promoted digital literacy and creative problem solving


In an effort to foster creativity, 100 higher education colleagues from 45 institutions gathered at the Adobe Creative Campus Collaboration on Feb. 11-14 at the University of Miami. Learning technologist Amos Gutierrez represented ACU’s Innovation Foundry at the event.

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New Adobe@ACU website created


In January, the Innovation Foundry launched a new Adobe website where students, staff and faculty can download Adobe Creative Cloud, learn about Adobe-related news and events, and access tutorials from Lynda.com, Adobe HelpX portal, and ACU’s Learning Studio. The site will soon host a page where faculty can learn how Adobe applications can be used in teaching and learning and a showcase of faculty and courses using Adobe applications.

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