Parks—and other public facilities—are amazing venues for all kinds of events. From arts fairs and family reunions to sports competitions and political rallies, agencies are inundated with a variety of requests to use their
The Eppley Institute has worked with numerous partners over the years: county park districts, municipalities, public health departments, federal agencies, state government divisions, and nonprofit organizations. We’ve worked internationally, in all manner of US
The Great Lakes Park Training Institute honored the top professionals, programs, and facilities in the Midwest during its annual awards dinner on February 24, 2015 at Indiana’s Pokagon State Park. The Institute acknowledged the
The Eppley Institute recently released their newest certificate program, Public Health Fundamentals for Park and Recreation Professionals. The certificate program is the combination of the five Public Health & YOU e-courses, developed in partnership
The Eppley Institute is proud and excited to recognize Senior Fellow Jim Peterson for his selection as a Pugsley Medal recipient. Jim served on the faculty at IU Bloomington for over 20 years and
The Eppley Institute is proud and excited to announce the newest course in our catalog, the Yellowstone Snowmobile Education Certificate course. This free course, which is part of the Non-Commercially Guided Snowmobile Access Program,
The Eppley Institute for Parks and Public Lands at Indiana University recently offered research grants in the field of interpretation. The grants were available to any new faculty member or student enrolled in a
The Interpretation and Education Training Staff at Mather Training Center and the Eppley Institute have partnered to complete a research project that examines Civil War and Civil Rights–themed parks/sites in the National Park Service.