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Professional development conferences and workshops

Throughout the year, professional development conferences, workshops, and seminars are sponsored by the ACM and by faculty-led projects that receive support from ACM grant-funded programs.

Funding for ACM groups to meet

To encourage and support meetings among consortial colleagues, funding is available to help ACM administrators and faculty caucus at professional conferences, on campuses, or at the ACM office in Chicago.

Meeting organizers can apply for up to $750 to cover meeting costs, such as group meals, a meeting room, or a guest speaker. For information, contact Betsy Hutula at ACM.

Meeting space and travel resources

Meeting space at the ACM consortial office in downtown Chicago is available for use by groups of faculty, staff, and students from the member colleges. ACM also has made arrangements for discounted rates at hotels in Chicago, nationally, and internationally for faculty and staff at ACM member colleges.

Macademia — Connecting colleagues who share research interests

MacademiaAre you looking for faculty and staff on ACM campuses who share your research interests? Use Macademia, a web-based resource developed at Macalester College that visualizes your search results by showing connections between research topics and colleagues.

One search, 14 colleges

Is there something you want to look up for all the ACM colleges? Use the Google ACM custom search engine. Your results will be aggregated from all 14 ACM college websites.

Faculty Development Liaisons

Faculty Development Liaisons are associate deans and faculty at ACM colleges who serve as on-campus contacts for ACM professional development activities.

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