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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.

NEWS:

Read More Bryant Named Project Manager for City of Savannah’s New Gun Violence Reduction Initiative

(January 11, 2016) – Maxine Bryant, Ph.D., a lecturer in Armstrong State University’s Department of Criminal Justice, Social and Political Science, was recently named the project manager for the city of Savannah’s new gun violence reduction initiative, End Gun Violence: Step Forward.

Read More Curtis Promoted to Dean of the College of Liberal Arts

(January 11, 2016) – Dr. Christopher Curtis has been appointed to the position of Dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Armstrong State University and will begin his new role July 1, 2016. Curtis is currently the Head of the Department of History at Armstrong.

Read More Hip-Hop Fellow: Armstrong English Professor Heads to Harvard

(December 16, 2015) - Dr. Regina Bradley to serve as the Spring 2016 Nasir Jones Hiphop Fellow for the Hiphop Archive and Research Institute at the Hutchins Center.

Read More Full Steam Ahead: Armstrong Merges Fashion and Technology in an Innovative New Program

(December 14, 2015) - Trending on the global wave of sustainable fashion, Armstrong’s FashTECH Project merges media with technology and inspires local high school students.

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