Category Archives: Recreation and leisure studies

Hans Vogelsong

Associate Professor of Coastal Social Science and Policy

252-328-9373

vogelsongh@ecu.edu

www.ecu.edu/crm

Coastal Resources Management; tourism; sustainable tourism; Institute for Coastal Science and Policy; Human Dimensions of Natural Resources; parks; seashores; beaches; aquatic safety

Clifton Watts

Assistant professor
Recreation & Leisure Studies
College of Health and Human Performance

phone:        (252) 737-2426
e-mail:       wattsc@ecu.edu
Web site:   http://personal.ecu.edu/wattsc/

Areas of expertise: program evaluation, youth development, after school programs, community-based intervention, physical activity promotion, violence prevention, dropout prevention

 

Megan Janke

Assistant professor
Recreation and Leisure Studies
College of Health and Human Performance

Phone:       (252) 328-5435
e-mail:       jankem@ecu.edu
Web site:   http://www.ecu.edu/cs-hhp/rcls/jankem.cfm

Areas of expertise:  leisure and aging, recreational therapy, falls / fall prevention, community evidence-based programs for older adults

David P. Loy

Associate professor
Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies
College of Health and Human Performance

Phone:  252-321-2224
e-mail:  loyd@ecu.edu
Web site:  http://www.ecu.edu/cs-hhp/rcls/loyD.cfm

Areas of expertise:  Disabled Sports and recreation, Spinal Cord Injury Adjustment, Therapeutic use of aroma,

Dr. Nelson Cooper

Associate professor
Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies
College of Health and Human Performance
Also:  Certified Youth Sports Administrator, National Alliance for Youth Sports. Recreation and park educator in N.C. and S.C. for 17 years, recreation programmer in municipal recreation and campus recreation agencies.

Phone:  252-328-0002
e-mail:  coopern@ecu.edu
Web site:  http://www.ecu.edu/cs-hhp/rcls/coopern.cfm

Areas of expertise: recreational sports and programming, youth activity programming, recreation and park planning and assessment, strategic planning, performance management, outcome-based programming

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