WithersRavenel dedicates room to App State Public Administration Program

Members of WithersRavenel's local government and funding teams present a plaque to the Public Administration Program at Appalachian State University

WithersRavenel dedicates room to App State Public Administration Program

WithersRavenel dedicated a lecture room to Appalachian State University’s Master of Public Administration Program. The room is one of the primary lecture spaces used during the 42-hour terminal degree program.

The program is designed to teach students the skills to develop, lead, and assess public agencies and programs. Graduates are equipped for roles in local, state, and federal government; not-for-profit organizations; public safety organizations; and nongovernmental agencies.

WithersRavenel’s relationship with Appalachian State University goes back 25 years. Each year, we sponsor the fall conference and pig pickin’ hosted by the Appalachian State University Local Government Alumni Association (ASULGAA) in Boone, NC.

WithersRavenel commends the Master of Public Administration Program for advancing the discipline of public administration and fostering a community of knowledge, respect, and compassion among present and future public servants.