A More Intimate ACUP

Though attendance may have been down, the 45th Association of College and University Printers conference drew an enthusiastic crowd from around the globe.

A panel discussion by digital color press users was a highlight of ACUP’s second day. Overall, 45 managers attended the conference.

ACUP attendees hailed from a range of schools From the left: Mark Pritchard (Allegheny College), Krista Moritz (Rollins College), Joyce Dyson (Morgan State University), Lisa Hoover (Bucknell University) and Paul Jones (Ashland University).

A roundtable discussion about online ordering systems featured a panel of users. From the left: Cathy Chambers (Virginia Tech), Steve Weigel (Iowa State University), Krista Moritz (Rollins College), Gary Williford (University of Tennessee), Richard Beto (University of Texas-Austin) and Joyce Mahaffey (Appalachian State University).

In the vendor exhibit area, HP’s Ron Shepard explains HP’s offerings to ACUP first-timers Weslley Grigg (Elon University), June Lewis (Kellogg Community College) and Chuck Brantley (Rhodes State College).

In-plant managers travelled from all around the world to attend ACUP 2010.

ACUP host Richard Griffin, director of Campus Printing at Central Piedmont Community College, put together an excellent program.

Cathy Chambers (Virginia Tech) offered some ideas on how managers can use social media to promote their in-plants.