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The Appalachian Regional & Rural Studies Center (ARRSC) provides students with an understanding of the heritages, environments, and cultures of the Appalachian region. Moreover, ARRSC faculty and support personnel engage in various forms of community outreach and are available to support student and public research. The Center is located in Cook Hall 229 and ARRSC personnel can be reached by emailing the Director, Dr. Theresa L. Burriss at firstname.lastname@example.org.
News & Events
Appalachian Studies Director Theresa Burriss talks on With Good Reason radio about her role as U.S. co-chair of the 2019 Appalachian/ Carpathian Mountain Conference.
Radford University’s Appalachian Regional and Rural Studies Center and Georgetown University’s Baker Center for Leadership and Governance collaborated this summer to offer students a three-day interactive program called Hoyas and Highlanders: Deconstruct the Rural-Urban Divide.