Connor Clark from the School of Human Ecology received the award for Best Qualitative Research Methods Paper at the Travel and Tourism Research Association Annual International Conference.
Congratulations to Kennedy Bass, undergraduate researcher, and faculty mentors John Peden and Tina Tin. Kennedy’s presentation at the G4S Undergraduate Research Symposium won Runner-Up for Best Undergraduate Presentation/Poster from the CBSS Scholarship and Creative Activities Committee. Their presentation was on the “Subjective Perspectives of the Antarctic Wilderness”. Excellent work, Kennedy, Tina and John! Bass, Kennedy, “Subjective Perspectives […]
Connor Clark from the School of Human Ecology had “Crisis management, tourism and international boundaries: The case of the U.S.-Mexico border” accepted for publication in The Handbook on Crisis and Disaster Management in Tourism.
Great News! The Council on Accreditation of Parks, Recreation, Tourism and Related Professions (COAPRT) granted continuing accreditation of Georgia Southern University’s Recreation & Tourism Management program on October 28, 2022. The Council approved the following commendations: • The program is commended for its continued commitment to accreditation for the past 39 years. • Faculty demonstrated […]
Three Georgia Southern University alumni will soon embark on the adventureof a lifetime when they head west to Montana to work in the greatoutdoors. Jakob Richardson (’21), Anna Masino (’21) and Brody Englert (’21) are the most recent Georgia Southern graduates to join AmeriCorps, a federal agency that brings people together to tackle thecountry’s most pressing challenges through national […]