Indiana Trails Study Nears Completion

The 2017 Indiana Trails Study, conducted by the Eppley Institute for Parks and Public Lands at Indiana University’s School of Public Health, is nearing completion with results expected to be published this spring. The

Seasonal & Part-Time Onboarding Suite of Courses

Jump start your seasonal and part-time staff with online training! The Eppley Institute introduces a seminal suite of courses entitled Seasonal & Part-Time Onboarding! This suite of online courses was designed by leaders in
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Derek Herrmann

Derek Herrmann kicked off the fall semester in his new role as a Visiting Research Associate at the Eppley Institute after spending the summer as project support staff. Derek’s responsibilities cover a broad range
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Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary online boater education

Indiana University’s Eppley Institute for Parks and Public Lands, part of the School of Public Health’s Department of Recreation, Parks and Tourism studies, has been awarded a grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency