Work with independent students or youth who are graduating? And/or just want to learn how to further support graduating students? Check out this article written by HESA students and faculty – Carrie Hachadurian, Dr. April Perry, and Sophia Calhoun.
WCU’s Parks and Recreation students partnered with Jackson Co. Rec. Dept. on 5/5 to host the first GreenDay @ the Greenway. The event offered a activities: guided walks with a birder and botanist, lawn games, a nature art station, sidewalk chalk and bubbles, live music, and a fly fishing demonstration.
Drs. Robert Crow and Brandi Hinnant-Crawford, professors of educational research, and Dean Spaulding, publish a new text on improvement science.
Dr. Callie Schultz, faculty member in the Parks and Recreation Management Program, along with Dr. Eric Legg, faculty at Arizona State, have published an article in Leisure Sciences, titled, “A/r/tography: At the Intersection of Art, Leisure, and Science. They argue that as a field of scholars who value new ways of knowing and embracing experiential education, using a/r/tography as a lens through which to explore lived, dreamed, and not-yet-imagined experience represents a valuable methodological addition to the leisure literature.
Longtime PRM Canoeing and Whitewater Rescue Instructor, Sam Fowlkes, is featured in the November issue of the American Canoeing Association’s Paddle publication. Fowlkes has been a recognized leader in paddlesports for 40 years and has recieved multiple awards and honors over his career. His contributions include curriculum development, programming and instructional mentorship. Read the entire article here: https://issuu.com/_aca/docs/paddle_emag_november_2018_final