Research to Practice Educational Symposium - Oral Presentations By Researchers (no CEUs)

Wednesday, March 14, 2018
3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Find it in the Expo Hall at University Row

  • Review studies, both theoretical and applied research, that contribute to the development of leisure, recreation and tourism professions
  • Study topics will be listed in the onsite program brochure at conference

Moderated by Dr. Keith Fulthorp, California State University, Long Beach

*The Role of Snow Parks in Providing Winter Recreation Opportunities for Racial/Ethnic Minorities in the Central Valley

Sam Lankford, Ph.D.; Brandon Taylor, D.M.; & Jason Whiting, Ph.D., Fresno State University

*The Application of Data Analytics in the Experience Industry

Blair Orlando & Yeqiang (Kevin) Lin, Ph.D.; California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

 *Sharing Public Space with Dogs

Jackson Wilson, Ph.D.; San Francisco State; Jeff Rose, Ph.D.; University of Utah

 *The Effects of Video Messages and Ethnicity/Race on Sacramento Youth Outdoor Recreation Intentions

Keri Schwab, Ph.D.; William Hendricks, Ph.D., Marni Goldenberg, Ph.D., Jerusha Greenwood, Ph.D., Brian Greenwood, Ph.D., & Lindsey Higgins, Ph.D.; California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

 *Motivations, Responses, and Advice: Female Thru-Hikers & the Pacific Crest Trail

Isis Howard & Marni Goldenberg, Ph.D. California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

 *Leadership Development Methods in Public Parks and Recreation Organizations in California

Heather Vilhauer, Ed.D.; California State University, East Bay

 

Research to Practice Educational Symposium - Poster Presentations by Researchers (no CEUs)

Thursday, March 15, 2018
11:00 p.m. - 12:00 p.m.  Meet and Talk to a member of the Research Teams!

Find it in the Expo Hall at the University Row

Nine Research Studies shared by a member of the Research Team!

Expo Hall at the University Row

*Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area: Resident Attitudes’ Toward Tourism & Recreation Development Comparison Of Perceptions 1989/1990 And 2017/2018

Samuel Lankford, Ph.D., CA State University, Fresno; Jordan Lankford, Recreation Research & Service

*Long-Term Effects of N’ Balance Project to Balance Self-Efficacy and Leisure Engagement  

Chungsup Lee, Ph.D. CA State University, Long Beach; Cathy Headley, Ph.D., Judson University; Heewon Yang, Ph.D., CA State University, Long Beach; Laura Payne, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

 *The Role of Undergraduate Recreation Students in Faculty Research: A Tool for Developing Learning Around Research.

Laurel Richmond, Ph.D.; Keith Fulthorp, Ed.D.; California State University, Long Beach

 *Internet and Social Media Usage and Event Attendees’ Expenditure: A Case Study on the California Mid State Fair

Erin Ticktin; Yeqiang (Kevin) Lin, Ph.D., California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

 *Nature Engagement for Health: Enhanced Methods to Improve Connection and Reduce Stress, Erik Luvaas, CTRS;  CA State University, Sacramento

 *Revitalizing Rural Communities in Costa Rica through Sustainable Tourism

Linda Heyne, Ph.D., Ithaca College; Jose Fargas Camacho: Ruta Verde Nature Tours

 *Youth Sport Specialization: Implications for Youth and Coaches

Keri Schwab, Ph.D., Megan Bonwell, Anna Levine, Brian Greenwood, Ph.D. California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

 *A Comparison of Internet and Intercept Survey Methods and Findings in Visitor Studies

Sam Lankford, Ph.D., Fresno State; Jordan Lankford, Recreation Research & Services; Wade Kooiman, Ed.D., University of Mary; Brandon Taylor, D.M. & Jason Whiting, Ph.D., California State University, Fresno

 *The Impact of Internship Experiences on Hospitality, Recreation Management, and Recreation Therapy Students

Erick Kong, Ed.D. California State University, East Bay

                                                                     

 

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