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President’s Update: Busy time of year for IACAC!!

  • March 26, 2011

Carin Smith, IACAC PresidentOur organization is busier than ever. Several committees have been putting in long hours working to make this professional association one of the best. As IACAC President, I have the privilege of sharing with you some of the highlights of their work and invite you to marvel with me at our accomplishments to date:

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Help Name the Newsletter

  • January 31, 2011

The Media Communications Committee needs your help!

We’ve received some great submissions for the name of our newsletter and we would love to see more. Keep those creative ideas coming! We will make an announcement of the new name at the Annual Conference in May, so go ahead and send us your best ideas.

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Welcome to the New Newsletter!

  • November 18, 2010

Welcome to the New NewsletterSince the Media Communications Committee was created last May, we have undertaken the task of improving the methods by which IACAC keeps members informed of news about IACAC and the college admission profession. With that goal in mind, we are excited to present to you our new electronic newsletter.

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President’s Update

  • November 14, 2010

Carin Smith, IACAC PresidentThe changes of fall surround us – amazing outdoor colors, crisp morning air, and shorter days. Tradition or change? Both, right? Certainly, here in the Midwest we know that we are experiencing a traditional fall – of change.

IACAC is experiencing the same, as it often does at this time of year. The new Executive Board is in place, Committee Chairs have been named and most have already been hard at work getting their committees and committee projects off the ground. We do this within the warmth of IACAC tradition and history. As IACAC President, it is incredibly rewarding to watch our 2010 Conference theme, Enhancing Tradition, Cultivating Change, continue to play out in the work we are doing.

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Newsletter for Mobile

  • November 10, 2010

Read the newsletter on your phoneThe new IACAC Newsletter is now enabled for mobile phones.  If you have an iPhone, iPod Touch, Android, or touchscreen Blackberry, then you can easily read your newsletter on the go.

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