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Eppley e-learning courses have a new look!

Eppley is committed to providing users with a great learning experience, whether they’re using a desktop, tablet, or mobile phone. Users can check out our updated course design in our newest certificate program, Tourism
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Healthy Parks Healthy People Park Break

Two Eppley Employees Selected for the Inaugural Healthy Parks Healthy People Park Break at Zion National Park The Healthy Parks Healthy People Park Break is a field-based service learning opportunity for select graduate students

What I Did on my Summer Vacation

The staff at the Eppley Institute is passionate about exploring the increasingly complex and interconnected nature of parks, health, recreation, public lands and protected areas. For Project Manager, Michelle Monroe-Cook, family vacations have always


Micro-Learning courses are a great tool to convey a specific, succinct message. Micro-Learnings invite the learner to interact with short bursts of content relating to one topic area or concept with the course and

Indiana Trails Study Results

As recently as 2000, Hoosiers were widely opposed to developing trails and greenways across the state. With notable exceptions in the Monon, Prairie Duneland, Cardinal, Maple City, River Greenway, and Pennsey Trails, few agencies had
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2017 Annual Report

A Word from the Executive Director This is somewhat of a personal opening to the 2016-17 Eppley Institute Annual Report, as it marks my 20th year at the Eppley Institute for Parks and Public

IU WPA/WUP National Association Roundtable

Indiana University’s World Parks Academy (WPA) partnered with World Urban Parks (WUP) to co-host a round table discussion for parks and recreation national association leaders on the topic Association Financial Growth and Sustainability through