Research Specialist, Center of Economic and Spatial Analysis for Planning and Management
Human Ecology Building, Room 203A
Teresa Herbowicz is a research specialist for the Center of Economic and Spatial Analysis for Planning and Management at the Land Policy Institute. She is responsible for designing questionnaires; testing web-based surveys; managing and analyzing small, medium and large databases; and helping produce research publications. Herbowicz’s survey research has ranged from the inventory of facilities or businesses through customer spending, satisfaction and awareness to economic impact. The projects she’s worked on have been sponsored by federal and state agencies, businesses and organizations, such as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the U.S. Coast Guard, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Marina Industries Association (Australia), and the National Marine Manufacturers Association. Herbowicz holds a bachelor’s degree in International Leisure Studies from the World Leisure and Recreation Association International Centre of Excellence (WICE) in Leeuwarden, The Netherlands; and a Master of Science degree in Economics of Tourism from the Warsaw School of Economics in Warsaw, Poland.