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AACC Celebrates 59th Commencement with Grad Parade

News Release — Approximately 1,985 students will graduate with 2,381 degrees and certificates* on Thursday, May 27, at the 59th commencement of Anne Arundel Community College.

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30 Teachers Selected as Airborne Astronomy Ambassadors to Bring NASA Science to Classrooms

News Release — The SETI Institute has selected 30 teachers from 10 states as 2021 NASA Airborne Astronomy Ambassadors (AAAs). Anne Arundel Community College Assistant Professor of Astronomy Deborah Levine, Ph.D., who has 23 years of experience as an infrared astronomer, was the only selected instructor from Maryland.

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AACC Recognized as Military Friendly School

News Release — Military Friendly has recently designated Anne Arundel Community College as a 2021-22 Military Friendly School for its efforts that improve the lives of veterans and military personnel.

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AACC Ranks as No. 1 Community College

AACC News — AACC has taken the top spot in a national ranking of community colleges by Academic Influence.

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AACC to Participate in Racial Equity Leadership Academy

News Release — Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) is excited to announce its participation in the Racial Equity Leadership Academy by Achieving the Dream and the University of Southern California Race and Equity Center. AACC is one of just 10 colleges nationwide selected to participate in this yearlong program where teams will collaboratively develop a strategic racial equity plan.

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Bridge to the Liberal Arts through Primary Source Texts

AACC News — Anne Arundel Community College has partnered with St. John's College in an initiative to make liberal arts accessible for all. The project, titled "Bridge to the Liberal Arts through Primary Source Texts (BLAST)," is funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). NEH provided $100,000 to support this project, which is 100% of the cost of the project.

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