On September 15 and 16, Dr. Brett Wright of Clemson University visited the Eppley Institute for Parks and Public Lands to present to Eppley and the Eppley Senior Fellows an update on the status
Mather Training Center hosted the second offering of the Instructor Institute for the National Trainer Development Program (NTDP) on the week of May 24th. A group of 24 trainees gathered from around the Service
Representatives from Indiana University’s Department of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Studies attended the 3rd Annual Meeting of the National Park Service Academic Leadership Consortium on June 17 and 18, 2010 in Acadia National Park.
In May 2010, 24 National Park Service Employees came together at Stephen T. Mather Training Center for the Trainer Development Program Instructor Institute. The Trainer Development Program is a cooperative program jointly developed
Bloomington, IN, April 30, 2010: The Eppley Institute for Parks and Public Lands, of Indiana University, and the Park Facility Management Division (PFMD), of the National Park Service (NPS), is now offering a course
From left to right: Kathy Hanson, Chief NPS Training and Development; Betsy Dodson, Coordinator PFMD Training and Education; Jerry Ice, Ed. D. CEO and President Graduate School; Stephen A. Wolter, Executive Director Eppley Institute;
Angola, IN, February 24, 2010: The GLTPI’s Board of Regents named Bruce Hronek, an Indiana University professor of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Studies since 1991, as a Lawson Award Winner at the Institute last
The 64th annual Great Lakes Park Training Institute at Pokagon State Park in Angola, IN, began on Feb. 22, 2010 with a keynote session by Steve Wolter, Executive Director of the Eppley Institute for