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The Center for Appalachian Studies and Services documents and showcases Appalachia's past, celebrates its cultural heritage, and promotes an understanding of the influences that shape its identity.
- To be a premier Appalachian Resource
- To honor Appalachia's diverse culture and tradition, but not be bound by it.
- To engage and challenge all constituents, and each other, on a deep level.
- To document and showcase the story of Appalachia through archival and museum collections
and Center-wide programming.
- To provide students with the tools, techniques, and information that foster creativity
and growth through the advancement of Appalachian educational initiatives at all levels.
- To affirm the power of regional culture in today's world through community outreach
programs that raise
questions and issues.
- To promote an understanding of the breadth and complexity of Appalachian culture through the support and dissemination of scholarly research on the Appalachian region.