MSU’s Dallas Breen named president of Consortium of University Public Service Organizations

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Studio portrait of Dallas Breen
Dallas Breen (Photo by Megan Bean)

STARKVILLE, Miss.—Dallas Breen, executive director of the John C. Stennis Institute of Government at Mississippi State, has been named president of the Consortium of University Public Service Organizations.

Breen will serve a one-year term as president of the organization known as CUPSO, which supports university-based public service institutes in their efforts to assist state and local governments on a range of contemporary issues and challenges.

 “As the Stennis Institute ventures into its 45th year of serving the state of Mississippi, it is an honor to be elected to serve as the president of CUPSO for the next year,” Breen said. “I am humbled to be representing the state of Mississippi, Mississippi State University, and the all the talented individuals working at the institute in the incredible opportunities this consortium provides its membership.”

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The Stennis Institute’s mission is to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of Mississippi state and local governments through basic and applied research, training, technical assistance, and service; provide technical assistance and research for both rural development in Mississippi and regional activities in the Southeast; and promote civic education and citizen involvement in the political process.

For more on the Stennis Institute, visit www.sig.msstate.edu.

MSU is Mississippi’s leading university, available online at www.msstate.edu.