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April 5, 2016 ACES News

Partnership between ACES, Editors Canada crosses borders, expands member resources

ACES and the Editors' Association of Canada (Editors Canada) announced a new partnership to facilitate international training.

March 30, 2016 ACES News

Two new members among eight elected to ACES board

ACES welcomed Alysha Love and Laura M. Browning to its Executive Committee and re-elected six incumbent board members.

March 30, 2016 ACES News

ACES celebrates 20th annual conference with record numbers

Preliminary figures estimated that the 2016 ACES annual conference would have over 650 people in attendance— a record number.

March 3, 2016 ACES News

How will you celebrate National Grammar Day?

ACES celebrated National Grammar Day 2016 with Grammar Day cookies and preparing to announce the winners of the Grammar Day Haiku contest.

June 14, 2015 ACES News

In memoriam: John Carroll, one of the great newspaper editors

John Carroll, who died June 14, personified the great years of American newspapers and was a longtime backer of ACES.

June 8, 2015 ACES News

ACES launching revamped mentoring program

Current ACES members are now eligible to participate in its mentoring program, coordinated by Rich Holden.

May 23, 2015 ACES News

Zinsser's lessons and legacy will continue to be shared

William Zinsser died at age 92, leaving behind a lasting impact on writers through his lessons and book, "On Writing Well."

March 25, 2015 ACES News

Two new members join three incumbents elected to ACES board

New members Sara Ziegler and Nick Jungman join ACES's Executive Committee among three returning Executive Committee members.

March 1, 2015 ACES News

March 4th and celebrate National Grammar Day

Celebrate National Grammar Day by writing a haiku, joining the #ACESchat, or tuning in for Sue Burzynski Bullard's webinar.

February 24, 2015 ACES News

ACES is saddened by death of Dori J. Maynard, journalism diversity advocate

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.