Celebrate National Grammar Day by writing a haiku, joining the #ACESchat, or tuning in for Sue Burzynski Bullard's webinar.
Dori J. Maynard passed away at the age of 56, leaving the legacy of her Fault Lines project that helped journalists cover diversity in their communities.
Between 45 and 70 people joined the #ACESchat conversation twice a month on Wednesdays to discuss editing topics from editing's value to inclusive language.
The Society of Professional Journalists honored ACES Executive Committee member Sue Burzynski Bullard with its Distinguished Teaching in Journalism Award
Several ACES members joined to pay tribute to Rich Holden's career as he entered retirement.
ACES allied with the Editor's Association of Canada, allowing ACES's more than 1,000 members and EAC's 1,500 members to share some benefits.
The #ACESchat time moves to the first and third Wednesdays of the month through the end of the year.
ACES and the Poynter Institute's News University have created a six-course online certificate in editing program.
ACES bylaws changed in order to give the Education Fund president a vote. Ed Fund president Merrill Perlman cast her first vote after the change.
ACES teamed up with 10 journalism organizations to release an e-book, "Telling the Truth and Nothing But," for media professionals responding to plagiarism.