Interlibrary loan reaches 100,000

If you have ever used Interlibrary Loans, you may have looked for the five-digit transaction number of your request. It’s time to look for that sixth digit! Since we started using ILLiad in 2013, the ACU Library has received over 100,000 requests from ACU patrons and...

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Premier Online Theological Collection Available for Alumni

ACU alumni, regardless of their degree program, have access to the Atlas PLUS Religion Collection (Atlas PLUS), a web-based collection of more than 500 full-text journals in theology and religion. Click here for a full list of titles.  Theological Librarian, Craig...

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Tell Me the Easter Story

“Let’s walk with him. Let’s see how Jesus spent his final days. Enter the holy week and observe. Feel his passion. Sense his power. Hear his promise that death has no power. Let’s follow Jesus on his final journey. For by observing his, we may learn how to make ours.”...

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ACU Supports TCSIT this March 26-28 CANCELED

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED IN THE FALL. The Texas Christian Schools Interscholastic Tournament (TCSIT) will be in Abilene on the ACU campus again this year. The competition has been ongoing for over 30 years and is the largest Church of...

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Maker Lab partners with English class

Students in Dr. Mikee Delony's ENG240 course recently utilized the Maker Lab to make Harry Potter wands. They started out with chopsticks and hot glue and ended up with a one-of-a-kind treasure. Delony teaches both undergraduate and graduate classes, focusing on world...

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Dr. Dennis Marquardt to speak at Lunch in the Lab

Please join us in Brown Library Scholars Lab on Monday, March 2, 11:45am - 12:50pm for “Lunch in the Lab”.  Assistant Professor of Management and ACU’s 2019 Teacher of the Year,  Dr. Dennis Marquardt, will share his research on the topic: How Manager Goal Orientation...

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Virtual Reality in the Classroom

During the Summer 2019 semester, the Innovation Foundry partnered with Andres Saucedo (‘14), instructor of biology, to teach the physiology of the heart using a virtual reality application called ShareCare.  In his Anatomy & Physiology II lab, Saucedo walked...

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