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Department Parks Recreation & Tourism Mgt

Zeynep Gedikoglu
Exploring Destination Image Themes on Twitter, Before, During and After 2015 Terror Attacks in Paris: An Application of Agenda Setting Theory

06-12-2018
01:00 PM
Lehotsky Hall Room No. 284
Taylor Parker
Hardscramble: A case study in establishing vernacular conservation values

03-15-2018
02:00 PM
116 Edwards Hall
Margaret Citarella
Taking the Plunge: Enhancing the Visitor Experience in Waterfall-based State Parks

03-07-2018
11:00 AM
Barre Hall, Basement, Park Solutions Lab Conferenc
Gyunghoon Kim
Resident Perspectives in Resident-Tourist Relationship: Exploring Tourist Attractiveness and Social Determinants of Resident-Tourist Relationship

03-28-2018
11:00 AM
284C, Lehotsky
Charity Hubbard
The Influence of Yoga on Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury Related to Sleep and Mood

04-16-2018
09:00 AM
Lehotsky 285a
Katherine Jordan
An Exploration of Employed College Student Experiences in Work and Leisure

04-02-2018
10:00 AM
Edwards 116
Alysha Walter
Select Psychological and Physical Impacts of Therapeutic Yoga for Informal Caregivers: A feasibility study

04-02-2018
02:00 PM
Lehotsky
Edwin Sabuhoro
AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF COMMUNITY CONSERVATION ENTERPRISES AS A MODEL FOR IMPROVING COMMUNITY LIVELIHOODS AND CONSERVATION OF MOUNTAIN GORILLAS ACROSS THE GREATER VIRUNGA TRANSBOUNDARY LANDSCAPE.

03-29-2018
07:00 AM
116 Edwards Hall
Taylor Hooker
Equine Assisted Programs for Military Service Members: A Program Evaluation Using Importance-Performance Analysis

04-09-2018
02:00 PM
Virtual
James Gremillion
The Experiences of African American Participants in Organized Tennis Leagues

05-10-2018
09:00 AM
Lehotsky 284C
Garrett Stone
RETURN WITH HONOR: AN INVESTIGATION OF THE REENTRY EXPERIENCES AND DISCOURSES OF RETURNING MISSIONARIES IN THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS

04-16-2018
09:00 AM
Lehotsky 113
Amanda Sanabria
Implementing and Evaluating an Advanced Bloodborne Pathogen Training Program for the Departmen of Campus Recreation at Clemson University

04-17-2018
09:00 AM
Lehotsky Hall-Room 285
Brandon Harris
The Invisible Walls of The 606: An Examination of the Relationship Between an Urban Greenway and Community Change

04-12-2018
09:30 AM
Edwards Hall Room 116 Conference Room
Katie Walker
RECREATION-BASED PROGRAMMING FOR FAMILIES OF FALLEN SOLDIERS: A CASE STUDY

04-05-2018
10:00 AM
Lehotsky Hall-Room 285
Demar Jackson
Experiences between college male group exercise participants and non-participants

04-11-2018
01:00 PM
116 Edwards Conference Room
Brett Stayton
Colleges and Universities: Primie Habitat for Hunter Recruitment and Retention

07-24-2017
02:00 PM
Lehotsky Hall
Ryan Gagnon
THE ROLE OF IMPLEMENTATION IN LEISURE, EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION, AND RECREATION

05-01-2017
11:00 AM
Lehotsky 111
Jose Gerardo Meza Paniagua
How the best get better: An analysis of the self-monitoring strategies used by collegiate tennis coaches

04-27-2017
11:00 AM
Lehotsky
Li Hsin Chen
EXPLORING THE KEY DETERMINANTS OF BICYCLE SHARE PROGRAM USE IN A LEISURE CONTEXT

07-12-2017
12:00 PM
Lehotsky Hall 284C
Gina Depper
The transmission of environmental values from sources of influence to young adults: Toward an understanding of the process leading to environmental values internalization

07-17-2017
08:30 AM
116 Edwards Hall
Yahya Alzghoul
The Role of Corporate Social Responsibility in the Decision Making Process of Festivalgoers: Findings from a Survey-embedded Experiment

08-15-2017
10:00 AM
Lehotsky Hall, room 284C.
Angela Galbreath
Angela S Galbreath

04-19-2017
03:30 PM
Lehotsky
Ingrid Nyonza Nyakabwa
THE ROLE OF SELECTED SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS IN TRAVEL TO PROTECTED AREAS: THE CASE OF BWINDI IMPENETRABLE NATIONAL PARK

04-20-2017
10:00 AM
Lehotsky Hall, Conference room
Sarah Wilcer
First Day Hikes

04-17-2017
01:00 PM
Lehotsky Hall 251
Gage Berry
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization: Effects on Ankle Range of Motion and Functional Movement Screen Scores in Collegiate Rugby Players

04-05-2017
10:00 AM
Lehotsky Hall 284C
Nathan Shipley
What makes and insect interesting?

03-31-2017
10:00 AM
Lehotsky Hall - 284C
Kellie Walters
The Relationship Between Physical Activity and Psychosocial Health in Adolescent Girls and Their Mothers

04-06-2017
10:30 AM
Lehotsky 284C
Alana Seaman
Exploring the Connections between Literary Places, Literary Texts, & Tourist Performance

04-11-2016
01:00 PM
Academic Success Center #234
Sam Keith
Comparing Urban and Suburban Greenway Use, Benefits, and Management Implications across Diverse Communities

04-11-2016
10:00 AM
Lehotsky 284c
Madeline Duda
Exploring Environmental Values in Dong Van Karst Plateau Global Geopark, Vietnam

07-07-2016
12:00 PM
Edwards 116
Yuting An
Resident's perception of tourism development in Greenville, SC, USA

04-14-2016
02:00 PM
Lehotsky 251
Shani Ole Petenya
Hosts' Motivations for participation in Homestay Tourism - Shompole Maasai, Kenya

04-18-2016
11:00 AM
Lehotsky 284C
Joseph Crosby
Crossing the black line: an examination of the process of transitioning from non-swimmer to swimmer and a program evaluation of an adult swim lesson program focusing on people with aquaphobia

11-21-2016
10:00 AM
Lehotsky
Agnes Sirima
The contributions of indigenous ecological knowledge in the conservation of Enguserosambu Community Forest, Tanzania

04-17-2015
09:00 AM
284 Lehotsky Hall
Cindy Hartman
Understanding the Leisure Experiences of College-Attending Emerging Adults using Neo-Eriksonian Identity Theory

04-21-2015
12:00 PM
Lehotsky 284C
Jessica Cordle
The Effects of Utilizing High Element Ropes Courses as a Treatment Intervention on Self-Efficacy

04-14-2015
10:00 AM
Lehotsky 284C
Bernard Kitheka
How cities die and come back to life again, the case of Chattanooga TN

05-04-2015
10:00 AM
285 Lehotsky
Dustin Wilson
BABY BOOMER VISITORS IN U.S. NATIONAL PARKS: EXPLORING AGE CHANGES, ACTIVITY SELECTION AND TRANSPORTATION MODE CHOICE

06-29-2015
01:00 PM
PRTM Conference Room, Lehotsky Hall, 2nd Floor
James Simiren Nampushi
Leadership and Sustainable Tourism in Emerging Economies, Specifically Narok County, Kenya

07-22-2015
11:00 AM
College of HEHD, Dean's Office Conference Rm - 116
Weber Kirby Player
LEISURE, OBESITY AND WEIGHT LOSS: AN EXPLORATION OF LEISURE, THE PUBLIC HEALTH ECOLOGICAL MODEL OF OBESITY AND SOCIAL IDENTITY THEORY

10-23-2015
08:30 AM
F-149 P&A Building
Brenna Goodwin
Equine Assisted Therapy and Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Program Evaluation

11-09-2015
10:00 AM
Conference Room in Lehotsky Hall
Sanghoon Kang
EXAMINING SPATIAL ASPECTS OF TOURIST BEHAVIOR ON THE SOUTH CAROLINA COASTAL AREA OF THE UNITED STATES

11-30-2015
02:00 PM
Lehotsky Building #251
Yuilynn Miao
Undergradaute Students' Collegiate Women's Sporting Event Attendance

12-02-2015
09:00 AM
Lehotsky
Megan Davis
Double Dipping in Youth Sports: A Study Focused on Sense of Belonging and Relationship Building Among Parents in Youth Sports

04-07-2015
11:00 AM
284C Lehotsky Hall