School of Public Service and Global Citizenship


​The mission of the School of Public Service and Global Citizenship is to cultivate global citizenship and ethical public s​ervice by promoting innovative learning, research and active civic engagement.​

Enduring Principles

  • ​Encourage and develop creative leaders who exemplify integrity, act from a global perspective and value diversity, and​ work toward social justice
  • Engage in research, community outreach and partnerships that promote environmental and economic sustainability, justice, and innovative solutions to world problems
  • Promote public service and responsible citizenship grounded in ethical principles

Programs and Resources

​For more information, contact the School of Public Service and Global Citizenship at ​(989) 774-3822 or​​.


School of Public Service and Global Citizenship
SPSGC Announcements​

Courtney King, of ELI, presented "Fighting Fire with Fire: Using Smartphones For, Not Against Classroom Efficacy"  It was named the best presentation at the 2014 Michigan Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (MITESOL).  Her presentation is also nominated for the Best of Affiliates Award to be decided at the TESOL Convention.​

Three Anthropology students studied Senegal's culture, environment, and economy this summer.  W​ith Dr. Laura Cochrane, Director CGL, they experienced urban and rural life, learning how to prac​tice ethnography in a West African context.

CRM Graduate Student, Andrea Puskas conducted historical research at the Grosvenor House Museum in Jonesville, Michigan.  The Grosvenor House Museum is the  home of E.O. Grosvenor, one time Lt. Governor of Michigan.​