Plymouth State University is reorganizing its Center for Rural Partnerships to provide more resources to help communities and businesses. And it gets a name change: now it will be the Center for Business and Community Partnerships.
But the big difference is that resources from throughout the university will be available, says Donald Birx, who took over last year as president.
That help ranges from arts and technology to health and human enrichment, tourism, environment and sustainable development, Birx says.
“Now, we’ve broadened the scope immensely.”