Recreation Management

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Gretchen Newhouse Profile of Gretchen Newhouse
Associate Professor
Specialty areas:

constraints to outdoor recreation for individuals with larger bodies, experiential education, international travel, and career development

Tara Delong Profile of Tara Delong Office hours
Associate Lecturer
Specialty areas:

Mental Health, Health education, capacity building, group facilitation, trauma informed care, and cultural humility

Laurie Harmon Profile of Laurie Harmon
Associate Professor
Specialty areas:

My primary areas of research are social-psychological outcomes of nature-based recreation, technology and the outdoors, and the scholarship of teaching & learning.

Nancy Richeson Profile of Nancy Richeson
Associate Professor
2030 Health Science Center
Specialty areas: Non-drug approaches to care for older adults; Complementary and Alternative Approaches to Health Care; Evidence-Based Practice in Recreational Therapy
Lisa Savarese Profile of Lisa Savarese
2046 Health Science Center
Specialty areas:

Adapted recreation and sports; leisure across the lifespan

Daniel Plunkett Profile of Daniel Plunkett Office hours
Assistant Professor
2043 Health Science Center
Specialty areas:

Outdoor recreation, tourism, place attachment, social media and recreation/tourism

Lindsey Kirschbaum Profile of Lindsey Kirschbaum
Associate Lecturer
2041 Health Science Center
Specialty areas:

Developmental/Physical Disabilities, Sensory Integration, Assistive Technology/Adaptive Equipment, Sibling Support

Brian Kumm-Schaley Profile of Brian Kumm-Schaley
Assistant Professor
2049 Health Science Center
Specialty areas:

*     Leisure and personal experience

*     Affect and impersonal experience

*     Leisure and culture

*     Qualitative and postqualitative inquiry

*     Politics of leisure

*     Deleuze & Deleuzian approaches to leisure

Namyun Kil Profile of Namyun Kil
Assistant Professor
2042 Health Science Center
Specialty areas:

Evidence-based therapeutic interventions (e.g., nature and forest therapy, ecotherapy, mindfulness); Interactions between humans and the environment (e.g., place attachment, place meanings, community attachment); Health and well-being (e.g., behavioral, mental, emotional); Measurement and evaluation in therapeutic recreation; GIS applications to community integration/inclusion, health promotion, and recreation resource planning and management