Faculty in Recreation Resources, Tourism, and Environmental Education

This list represents faculty who are available to advise and/or serve on committees. Not every individual on this list is in a position to advise students, so prospective students should plan to reach out to the program or the faculty member to inquire if they are unsure. 

Current students looking solely for someone to serve on a committee should consult the faculty role list database, organized by the MS and PhD programs.

Robert BlairEnvironmental science education, extension, and outreach
Stephan CarlsonExtension and youth development, park and recreation resources
Alicia ColemanUrban tree planting, monitoring, and management; urban and community forest planning and conservation; decision making and human dimensions of arboriculture and urban forestry
Mae DavenportHuman dimensions of natural resources and recreation management
David FultonHuman dimensions of natural resource policy and planning
Adam LandonHuman dimensions of natural resources, especially environmental and conservation psychology
Ingrid SchneiderRecreation resource management, tourism, human dimensions of natural resources
Stephanie SnyderPrivate forest landowner behaviors, attitudes, values and responsiveness to assistance programs, including: forest carbon market participation, stewardship activities, invasive forest plant management, and gender and woodland ownership. Additional areas of research experience and interest include: drivers and impacts of forestland parcelization, determinants of public recreational access on private forest lands, multi-objective optimization decision-modeling and trade-off analysis, conservation reserve site selection modeling, and non-market valuation of environmental goods and services