Posted February 10, 2011 by Elizabeth Stringer 

What's the Hubbub? (2.10.11)

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


  • Reporting is now available from ACUInfo for data from the 2009–10 academic year. Visit the ACUInfo page to learn more about how to start creating reports. Also, consider registering for the Creating Reports in ACUInfo webinar to help you master the process.

Career Center 


  • The clock is ticking, but there is still time to register for the annual conference in Chicago.
  • Young professionals who will be attending the 2011 annual conference are encouraged to register to participate in a Next Wave Think Tank, coordinated by the ACUI Board of Trustees. Space is limited to secure your spot as soon as possible.


  • On Feb. 9, Patrick Connelly, Smith College, facilitated an ACUI Virtual Round-Table Webinar about breakfast programming. Eleven institutions attended the webinar to discover new ideas and share their thoughts. Be on the look out for an upcoming wrap-up post about the webinar via The Commons.
  • There are always upcoming webinars with ACUI! Check out the following opportunities:
  • This coming weekend, the following regions will be hosting their Recreation and Leisure Tournaments: Regions 1, 3, 6, 7, and 10.


  • A reminder: ACUI recently released an updated version of its Sustainability Smarts resource guide. You may check it out here.
  • ACUI is always accepting Union Spotlight and Pro-File suggestions from members. If you know of a union or a person that should be highlighted in an upcoming Bulletin, please share.
Elizabeth Stringer

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


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