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Elizabeth Covelli Metcalf

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Elizabeth Covelli Metcalf

Assistant Professor of Parks Tourism & Recreation Management

Website: http://www.cfc.umt.edu/research/humandimensions/

Education

Ph.D. Recreation, Parks and Tourism Management and Human Dimensions of Natural Resources and the Environment, The Pennsylvania State University, 2011

M. S. Recreation, Parks and Tourism Resources, West Virginia University, 2006

B.S Leisure Studies, Southern Connecticut State University, 2004

B.A. Relational Communications, Southern Connecticut State University, 2004

Courses Taught

PTRM 150: Current Issues in PTRM

PTRM 310: Natural Resources Interpretation

PTRM 300: Recreation Behavior

NRSM 574: Human Dimesnions of Natural Resources 

PTRM 500/NRSM 595: Reserach Methods

Research Interests

Please chek out my lab webpage for more information about reserach, current projects, and courses:

http://www.cfc.umt.edu/research/humandimensions/

River recreation management

Hunter recruitment and retention

Underrepresented groups in outdoor recreation

Social dimensions of river restoration

Human-wildlife conflict and issues