Five ACC Players To Attend NFL Draft | ACC NOW

Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney releases a statement addressing the FFRF complaint, five ACC football players will be in attendance for the NFL Draft in New York, plus more!


Clemson's K.J. McDaniels Enters 2014 NBA Draft | ACC NOW

K.J. McDaniels is headed to the 2014 NBA Draft! The junior forward averaged 17.1 points, 7.1 rebounds, and 2.8 blocks per game en route to winning ACC Defensive Player of the Year. Host Jeff Fischel shares the details in today's ACC Now.



Louisville: ACC Hoops Matchups

Welcome to the ACC! Louisville fans get a look at the first two years of conference opponents for the Cardinals courtesy of the ACC Digital Network and host Jeff Fischel.


Virginia: ACC Hoops Matchups

The ACC Digital Network has a look at the next two seasons worth of conference opponents for Coach Tony Bennett and the Virginia Cavaliers. Jeff Fischel hosts.



Duke: ACC Hoops Matchups

The Duke men's basketball team is in search of its 5th national title in 2014-15 but it will have a tough conference schedule to navigate first. ACC Digital Network host Jeff Fischel has all the details for Coach K and the Blue Devils.


NC State: ACC Hoops Matchups

The ACC Digital Network has a look at the next two seasons worth of conference opponents for Coach Mark Gottfried and the NC State Wolfpack. Jeff Fischel hosts.



Wake Forest: ACC Hoops Matchups

A college basketball legend already, Danny Manning brings his resume to the ACC. Now, who will his Wake Forest Demon Deacons face in the conference? Jeff Fischel, host of the ACC Digital Network, has details for the new man in Winston-Salem.


Dabo Swinney Talks Confidence In Clemson QBs

During Wednesday's ACC Football Coaches Spring Teleconference, Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney explained why he is so confident in QBs Cole Stoudt and Deshaun Watson.



ACC International Academic Collaborative (IAC)

The ACC International Academic Collaborative is a joint effort to expand study abroad opportunities and to realize the potential of global collaborations for research and service.

Athletics has brought together 15 global universities. In 1999 the presidents decided to encourage collaborations among other areas of the university, especially academics. The IAC coordinates these collaborations. Funded by a portion of the revenue from the ACC football championship (and administered directly by the presidents), the IAC emphasizes international and global affairs, especially study abroad and research in areas of the world where It isn’t feasible for a single university to sustain a full program. Other collaborative areas are Ph.D. student exchanges, a roundtable of chief technology officers, periodic conference calls among chief procurement officers, and an annual conference where undergraduate research projects are presented. Faculty and staff from the ACC communities who would like to champion other inter-institutional groups, programs, and/or roundtables should contact me.

David G. Brown
IAC Coordinator and Wake Forest Provost Emeritus

To learn more about the program, please visit http://www.acciac.org/

 

 

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