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Public Service Center

The Armstrong State University Public Service Center assists Georgia communities in identifying and addressing complex urban and regional issues. ASU's expert faculty and staff help the public and private sector develop solutions for organizational challenges and concerns, leading to more effective and efficient organizational delivery. We serve organizations in the city and county governments; nonprofit human service and cultural groups; boards of education; colleges and universities; state, regional and local agencies; and business and industry.

The Public Service Center provides a wide range of services to local and regional organizations, governmental units, and business and industry. The Public Service Center can:

If you are interested in finding out more about the Public Service Center's programs and services, please contact us.

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Read More Armstrong to Present Visiting Writers Series Event Featuring Emily Rosko on March 2

(February 27, 2017) – The College of Liberal Arts will present a poetry reading at Foxy Loxy Cafe by acclaimed author Emily Rosko, who will read from her latest poetry collection, Prop Rockery. The event is free and open to the public.

Read More Armstrong Director of International Education Knighted by French Ministry of Education

(February 23, 2017) – Armstrong State University Director of International Education Dorothée Mertz-Weigel, Ph.D., was recently knighted by the French Ministry of Education in a ceremony held at Armstrong.

Read More Armstrong To Host Discussion with “Mercy Street” Actor William Mark McCullough and Dr. Felicity Turner on Feb. 23

(February 21, 2017) – In “Presenting the Civil War: Women, Medicine and Hollywood on ‘Mercy Street’,” the two will discuss PBS Civil War drama, “Mercy Street,” produced by Ridley Scott. This event is free and open to the public.

Read More Armstrong to Host A Moveable Feast Faculty Lecture on Jan. 26

(January 18, 2017) – Armstrong State University will host a free lecture by Comparative Literature Assistant Professor Hapsatou Wane and History Associate Professor Allison Scardino Belzer. In a lecture titled “Women in Conflict: Constructing Identity in the Twentieth Century During Dictatorship and War,” they will draw from distinct historical moments and settings to explore how women writers respond to political and military conflict.

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