CSUS represented at Northeast Recreation Research Symposium

CSUS students, faculty and alumni well represented at Northeast Recreation Research Symposium on April 6-8, 2014.

MSU’s CSUS Department was well represented at the recent Northeast Recreation Research Symposium (NERR), held April 6-8, 2014 in Cooperstown, N.Y. Seventeen current students, faculty, and alumni participated and/or had their research presented. Current students represented as presenters or co-presenters were: Ju Hyoung Han, Shaun McKeon, Eun Jeong Noh, Jung-ho Suh, I-Chun Nicky Wu, and Ya Fang Yu. CSUS faculty/staff participating as co-presenters, session facilitators, and/or planning committee members were: Shari Dann, Michael Everett, Dan McCole, Chuck Nelson, Dennis Propst, Gail Vander Stoep, and Christine Vogt. Former students, now faculty members at other universities and conducting/presenting research with their own students were: Carla Barbieri, KC Bloom, and Ed Gomez. Eric Steffey, a former MSU student and now working on his PhD at Arizona State University, also participated.  Congratulations to all for sharing your research and representing MSU and the Community Sustainability Department so well...and carrying on a tradition of participation in this conference, expanding since 1989. Click here for the conference program.

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