Dr. Jeff Hallo is investigating carrying capacity at three popular Tennessee State Parks to understand what is the appropriate number of people that a park can hold at a given time without destroying its essential qualities, such as the ability to find solitude or enjoy scenic views..
Dr. Bob Powell and Dr. David Jachowski led Clemson University National Scholar students on a 14-day Colorado River trip through Grand Canyon National Park in May 2016.
Dr. Lincoln Larson and graduate student Katie Krafte will be exploring the support or opposition to jaguar and puma conservation in the Rupununi region of Guyana, South America.
Dr. Lauren Duffy, 2016 recipient of a CUIP Research Grant will be researching barriers to women’s participation in conservation and ecotourism in Southern Chile.
The 2016 featured speaker for the George B. Hartzog Lecture Series is Terry Tempest Williams, an author and naturalist whose recently published novel The Hour of Land: A personal Topography of America's National Parks, brings an insightly perspective on the past, present, and future of national parks.
PCAM prepares you to work for government and not-for-profit agencies and organizations who manage our natural and historic heritage parks for quality visitor experiences.
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