Posted December 2, 2010 by Elizabeth Stringer 

What's the Hubbub? (12.02.10)

Learn about the most recent ACUI news, updates, and happenings in this weekly rundown!


The Commons 

  • The Commons Subscribe & Win competition came to a close on Dec. 1. Overall, 221 individuals registered for a subscription: 105 weekly, 100 daily, and 16 immediate.
  • Congratulations to the following winners of the various prizes:
    • Round-trip airfare: Ian Crone, Elmhurst College
    • $25 gift card to Lori Stettler, Southern Illinois University–Carbondale; Larissa Bonnet, Sheridan College; Mark Metevier, Curry College; Katherine Pratt, Illinois State University
    • An autographed copy of the book “Connected: The Surprising Power of our Social Networks and How They Shape Our Lives” by ACUI keynote speaker James Fowler: Carol Reed, Rochester Institute of Technology; Jacob Brumfield, Louisiana State University; Victoria Hanson, Emory University; Kate Gullatta, Allegheny College
    • A copy of the book “Becoming a Resonant Leader” by ACUI keynote speaker Annie McKee: Lindsay Sorgenfrei, University of Michigan–Ann Arbor; Miriam Huffman, University of Missouri-St. Louis; Aysen Ulupinar, University of Akron; Scott Tierno, Southern New Hampshire University


ACUI Procure 

  • Rational, a new ACUI Procure supplier, offers a unique opportunity for ACUI members! Attend a free educational cooking demonstration in your area, get a first-hand look at the Rational line of self-cooking centers, and see how to revolutionize catering and food service on your campus. Request a session schedule now!
  • New ACUI Procure online ordering portal coming in 2011! Cleanwise, ACUI Procure’s new ordering portal for janitorial and waste management equipment and supplies, is easy to use and available to any authorized buyer on any ACUI member campus. Sign up now and be the first to receive your account information and start saving. You will save time and money!



Elizabeth Stringer

Elizabeth Stringer is the Senior Manager of Marketing & Communication at ACUI.


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