Interim Director Named for Armstrong’s Liberty Center


Peter N. Mastopoulos
Peter N. Mastopoulos

Peter N. Mastopoulos has been named interim director of Liberty Center, the Armstrong Atlantic State University regional center in Hinesville. He will oversee all aspects of the center, including student and faculty support, admissions, recruiting, administrative services and facility management.

Mastopoulos joins the Liberty Center and the Hinesville community after serving as assistant director of the Armstrong Center and adjunct professor at Armstrong since 2005. As assistant director, he was responsible for business and facility operations, budgets and customer service.

An Armstrong alumnus and a graduate of Leadership Savannah, Mastopoulos has experience in different facets of academic administration and instruction. He has taught courses in leadership, research methods and community development.

His community involvement includes serving as mentor for the Gulfstream Student Leadership Program, a trainer for the American Red Cross and serving on the executive board of the Boy Scouts of America’s Coastal Empire Council. He is the recipient of Armstrong’s Student Government Association Student Service Award and the Armstrong Volunteer Service to the Community Award.

Mastopoulos received his doctoral degree in education administration from Georgia Southern University. He holds a master’s degree in management from Central Michigan University and a bachelor’s degree in history from Armstrong Atlantic State University.

Armstrong Atlantic State University, part of the University System of Georgia, was founded in 1935.

The university offers more than 100 undergraduate and graduate academic programs in the College of Liberal Arts, the College of Science and Technology, the College of Education, and the College of Health Professions.

Armstrong Atlantic serves more than 7,500 students at its main campus in Savannah and a regional center in Hinesville. Its diverse student population comes from nearly all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and 80 countries.

For more information visit www.armstrong.edu .

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