The Administration and Leadership Studies Research and Training Center (ALS-RTC) is an applied, interdisciplinary center that supports sponsored research, program evaluation, policy analysis, technology transfer, and training.
The ALS Research and Training Center provides the following services:
The ALS Research and Training Center offers services and training to businesses and Commonwealth government agencies by:
One such example is the Maintenance Activity Training (MAT) project that provides an electronic training platform for specific highway maintenance activities for PennDOT personnel responsible for planning, scheduling, conducting, and/or assessing maintenance activities. However, IUP can adapt the individual training packages for use by any agency responsible for the maintenance of roadways.
The ALS Research and Training Center supports faculty and student research by providing:
The ALS-RTC promotes interdisciplinary studies on specific themes and develops contacts among researchers across geographical areas to foster an exchange of information and to encourage the development of research and training.
The educational partners of Dixon University Center offer an expansive menu of undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs, professional development classes, and customized training.
Contact the IUP Administration and Leadership Studies Research and Training Center to learn how the staff can assist you with your research, training and project needs.
Dixon University Center is the location of the Office of the Chancellor and the central headquarters for the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education
In addition to administrative offices, Dixon University Center is a higher educational center for adult learners seeking convenient access to quality learning. The picturesque campus overlooking the Susquehanna River, plus its state-of-the-art facilities, make it an ideal setting for meetings, seminars, and events.
Learn more about the Dixon University Center and its history and facilities.
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