Curriculum Vitae

John L. Hemingway, Ph. D.
Associate Professor
Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Administration
Western Illinois University
1 University Circle
Macomb, Illinois 61455

Education

M. A., University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa (1983)
Recreation Education

Ph. D., University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa (1979)
Political Science
Dissertation: The Emergence of an Ethical Idealism: A Study of Idealist Liberalism from Thomas Hill Green to the Present
Examination Areas: American Politics, Political Theory, Public Policy and Administration

M. A., University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa (1975)
Political Science
Thesis: The Politics of the Common Good

B. A., Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa (1970)
Political Science

Foreign Language: German

Honorably discharged Vietnam Era Veteran (U.S. Army, July 1970 to July 1973)

Academic Experience

Department of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Administration, Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL (August 2004 to present)

Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC (July 1998 to June 2003)

Recreation and Leisure Studies Program, Department of Kinesiology and Leisure Studies, Washington State University, Pullman, WA (August 1991 to June 1998)

Department of Physical Education, Recreation, and Sport Science, St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN (September 1990 to July 1991)

Recreation and Leisure Studies Program, Department of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA (August 1983 to May 1990)

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Teaching Interests

Teaching History (UG = undergraduate, G = graduate)

Western Illinois University
RPTA 110 Concepts of Leisure (UG) (General Education)
RPTA 110Y Concepts of Leisure (UG) (General Education) (First Year Experience)
RPTA 110 Concepts of Leisure (UG) (General Education) (Online)
RPTA 322 Administration of Leisure Services I (UG) (Writing Instruction in the Discipline)
RPTA 323 Administration of Leisure Services II (UG)
RPTA 366 Commercial Recreation (UG)
RPTA 376 Perspectives in Outdoor Recreation (UG) (Writing Instruction in the Discipline)
RPTA 399 Issues in Leisure Services (UG)
RPTA 422 Advanced Administration of Leisure Services (UG/G)
RPTA 450 Travel Workshop (UG/G)
RPTA 515 Philosophy of Leisure (G)
RPTA 522 Seminar in Leisure Services Administration (G)
RPTA 526 Fiscal Management in Leisure Services (G)
RPTA 600 Seminar in Leisure Services (G)
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
RECR 010 Introduction to Leisure Services (UG)
RECR 111 Play in America (UG/G) (Upper Division General Education)
RECR 160 Administration of Recreation Services (UG/G)
RECR 199 Independent Study (UG/G)
RECR 230 Managing Organizational Behavior in Recreational Services (G)
RECR 265 Strategic Management of Recreation Services (G)
RECR 290 Independent Field Study (G)
RECR 310 Seminar in Leisure Studies (G)
Washington State University
RLS 229 Nature and the American Experience (UG)
RLS 341 Commercial Recreation (UG)
RLS 475 Recreation Administration I (UG)
RLS 482 Recreation Law and Risk Management (UG)
RLS 488 Current Trends in Parks and Recreation (UG)
RLS 520 Current Trends in Leisure Services (G)
RLS 529 Historical and Philosophical Analysis of Leisure (G)
RLS 582 Recreation Law and Risk Management (G)
RLS 600 Special Projects/Independent Study (G)
RLS 700 Masters Thesis/Research/Examination (G)
POLS 437 Classical Political Theory (UG/G)
St. Cloud State University
REC 133 Introduction to Recreation (UG)
REC 233 Recreation Program Planning (UG)
REC 241 Recreation Leadership (UG)
REC 415 Recreation Administration I (UG)
REC 416 Recreation Administration II (UG)
REC 433 Seminar in Recreation Administration (UG)
REC 515 Recreation Administration I (G)
REC 516 Recreation Administration II (G)
Old Dominion University
RLS 331 Recreation Administration I (UG)
RLS 322 Recreation Administration II (UG)
RLS 371 Outdoor Recreation and Leadership (UG)
RLS 400 Internship Seminar (UG)
RLS 403 Internship (UG)
RLS 435 Adventure Education (UG)
RLS 481 Leisure in Society (UG)
RLS 497 Recreation Law (topics course) (UG)
RLS 497 Outdoor Recreation in the United States (topics course) (UG)
HPER 611 Seminar in Promotional Sports Management (G)
HPER 640 Administration of Leisure Services (G)
HPER 645 Program Evaluation and Assessment (G)
HPER 650 Current Issues in Leisure Services (G)

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Research Interests

Publications

Journal Articles

Hemingway, J. L. (2006). Leisure, social capital, and civic competence. Leisure/Loisir: Journal of the Canadian Association for Leisure Studies, 30, 341-355

Glover, T. D., & Hemingway, J. L. (2005). Locating leisure in the social capital literature. Journal of Leisure Research, 37, 387-401

Hemingway, J. L. (2001). What goes around comes around: Teaching for and about social and human capital in leisure studies. Schole, 16, 1-13

Hemingway, J. L., & Parr, M. G. (2000). Leisure research and leisure practice: Three perspectives on constructing the research-practice relationship. Leisure Sciences, 22, 139-162

Hemingway, J. L. (1999). Leisure, social capital, and democratic citizenship. .Journal of Leisure Research, 31, 150-165

Hemingway, J. L. (1998). Culture, the basis of leisure? Commentary on G. Chick, “Leisure and Culture”. Leisure Sciences, 20, 153-156

Hemingway, J. L. (1996). Emancipating leisure: The recovery of freedom in leisure. Journal of Leisure Research, 28, 27-43

Hemingway, J. L. (1995). Leisure studies and interpretive social inquiry. Leisure Studies, 14, 32-47

Hemingway, J. L. (1993). Recovering the world: Varieties of philosophical experience. Schole, 8, 1-16

Hemingway, J. L. (1992). Recreation and responsibility, professional and social. TRENDS, 26 (4), 36-40

Hemingway, J. L. (1990). Opening windows on an interpretive leisure studies. Journal of Leisure Research, 22, 303-308

Hemingway, J. L. (1988). Leisure and civility: Reflections on a Greek ideal. Leisure Sciences, 10, 179-191

Hemingway, J. L. (1987). Leisure studies in the university: An interdisciplinary approach. Society of Park and Recreation Educators Annual on Education, 2, 1-29

Hemingway, J. L. (1986). The therapeutic in recreation: An alternative perspective. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 20, 59-68

Hemingway, J. L. (1984, Spring). On the subjective meaning of play. Leisure Information Quarterly, 6-8

Book Chapters

Hemingway, J. L. (2015). Leisure's histories. In Walker, G., Scott, D., & Stodolska, M. (Eds.), Leisure matters: The state and future of leisure studies (pp. 25–32). State College, Pa: Venture Publishing.

Hemingway, J. L. (2010). Leisure and civility: Reflections on a Greek ideal. In C. Rojek (Ed.), Leisure studies (vol. 1, pp. 133-148). London: SAGE Publications, Ltd. [Originally published 1988 in Leisure Sciences, 10, 179-191]

Hemingway, J. L. (2004). Theory of leisure. In G. L. Cross, G. Chick, & J. Loy (Eds.), Encyclopedia of recreation and leisure in America (vol. 1, pp. 517-525). Belmont, CA: Thompson Gale

Hemingway, J. L. (1999). Critique and emancipation: Toward a critical theory of leisure. In E. L. Jackson & T. L. Burton (Eds.), Leisure studies: Prospects for the twenty-first century (pp. 487-506). State College, PA: Venture Publishing

Hemingway, J. L., & Kelly, J. R. (1995). History and philosophy of leisure. In L. A. Barnett (Ed.), Research about leisure: Past, present, and future (2nd ed.) (pp. 21-42). Champaign, IL: Sagamore Publishing

Hemingway, J. L. (1991). Leisure and democracy: Incompatible ideals? In G. S. Fain (Ed.), Leisure and ethics: Reflections on the philosophy of leisure (pp. 59-81). Reston, VA: American Association for Leisure and Recreation

Hemingway, J. L. (1987). Building a philosophical defense of therapeutic recreation: The case of distributive justice. In C. D. Sylvester, J. L. Hemingway, R. Howe-Murphy, K. Mobily, & P. A. Shank (Eds.), Philosophy of therapeutic recreation: Ideas and issues (pp. 1-16). Alexandria, VA: National Recreation and Park Association

Book Co-Authored

Henderson, K. A., Bialeschki, M. D., Hemingway, J. L., Hodges, J. S., Kivel, B. D., & Sessoms, H. D. (2001). Introduction to recreation and leisure services (8th ed.). State College, PA: Venture Publishing

Book Co-Edited

Sylvester, C. D., Hemingway, J. L., Howe-Murphy, R., Mobily, K., & Shank, P. A. (Eds.). (1987). Philosophy of therapeutic recreation: Ideas and issues. Alexandria, VA: National Recreation and Park Association

Proceedings

Hemingway, J. L. (1999). Beyond freedom in the analysis of democratic leisure. In P. Heintzman (Ed.), Leisure, politics, and power: Driving the social agenda into the 21st century (pp. 107-109). Proceedings of the Ninth Canadian Congress on Leisure Research. Wolfville, Nova Scotia: Canadian Association for Leisure Research

Hemingway, J. L. (1996). On a role for critical theory in leisure studies. In D. Dawson (Ed.), Proceedings of the Eighth Canadian Congress on Leisure Research (pp. 111-114). Ottawa, Ontario: Canadian Association for Leisure Research

Hemingway, J. L. (1993). Leisure and civil society: A critical analysis of the contemporary practice of leisure. In K. Fox, (Ed.), Proceedings of the Seventh Canadian Congress on Leisure Research (pp. 88-92). Winnipeg, Manitoba: Canadian Association for Leisure Research

Hemingway, J. L. (1985). Recreation, therapy, and society. In K. Mobily (Ed.), Proceedings of the Second Annual Therapeutic Recreation Research Colloquium (pp. 40-49). Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa

Book Reviews

Hemingway, J. L. (1994). [Dunning, E., & Rojek, C. (Eds.), Sport and leisure in the civilizing process: Critique and counter-critique. Toronto: University of Toronto Press]. Leisure Sciences, 16, 220-222

Hemingway, J. L. (1993). [Bellah, R. N., Madsen, R., Sullivan, W. M., Swidler, A., & Tipton, S. M. Habits of the heart: Individualism and commitment in American life, Berkeley & Los Angeles: University of California Press; Bellah, R. N., Madsen, R., Sullivan, W. M., Swidler, A., & Tipton, S. M. The good society, New York: Alfred A. Knopf; Gans, H. J. Middle American individualism: The future of liberal democracy, New York: Free Press; Jackson, K. T. Crabgrass frontier: The suburbanization of the United States, New York: Oxford University Press; Sennett, R. The fall of public man, New York: Alfred A. Knopf.] Journal of Leisure Research,25, 100-109 (review essay)

Hemingway, J. L. (1992). [Andre, J., & James, D. N. (Eds.), Rethinking college athletics. Philadelphia: Temple University Press]. Leisure Sciences, 14, 262-265

Hemingway, J. L. (1989). [Hunnicutt, B. K. Work without end: Abandoning shorter hours for the right to work. Philadelphia: Temple University Press]. Leisure Sciences, 11, 253-255

Miscellaneous

Hemingway, J. L. (1998). Foreword. In B. Dare, G. Welton, & W. Coe, Concepts of leisure in western thought (2nd ed.) (pp. vii-viii). Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co.

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Presentations

Invited International & National

Hemingway, J. L., & Akina, R. (2010, October). Engaging the public: Boards and volunteers. “Research to Practice” roundtable hosts and presenters. National Recreation and Park Association Annual Congress, Minneapolis, MN

Hemingway, J. L. (2005, May). Leisure, social capital, and civic competence: A preliminary statement. Paper presented at the Preconference Symposium on Rethinking Leisure and Community Research: Critical Reflections and Future Agendas, Canadian Conference on Leisure Research, Nanaimo, BC

Hemingway, J. L., & Bowling, C. (2004, October). Roundtable hosts and presenters, Social capital and civic engagement, SPRE Research Roundtable. National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Reno, NV

Hemingway, J. L. (2002, October). Roundtable panel member, Open horizons: Invigorating leisure research in and through the humanities, National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Tampa, FL

Hemingway, J. L. (1999, April). Circles both vicious and virtuous: Leisure and the social bases of democracy. Ramsey Lecture Series, Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies, University of Georgia, Athens, GA

Hemingway, J. L. (1997, November). Radical democracy, radical leisure: The challenge of citizenship. Metcalf Keynote Address, 47th Annual Cortland Recreation Conference. State University of New York at Cortland, Cortland, NY

Hemingway, J. L. (1997, October). Invited discussant, Section on Leisure Research and the Humanities, National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Salt Lake City, UT

Hemingway, J. L. (1996, July). Accommodating alternative paradigms in tourism research. Paper presented at the Closing Session of the International Sociological Association Research Committee 50 (International Tourism) Symposium on Paradigms in Tourism Research. University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä, Finland

Hemingway, J. L. (1996, July). A neomarxist approach to international tourism? Paper presented at the Opening Session of the International Sociological Association Research Committee 50 (International Tourism) Symposium on Paradigms in Tourism Research. University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä, Finland

Hemingway, J. L. (1991, February-March). Recovering the world: Varieties of philosophical experience. Paper presented at Philosophy in the Leisure Studies Curriculum Workshop, Society of Park and Recreation Educators National Teaching Institute, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC

Hemingway, J. L. (1990, October). Invited discussant, Section on Leisure Research and the Humanities, National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Phoenix, AZ

Hemingway, J. L. (1990, March). The arena of civility: Thoughts on the Aristotelian conception of leisure. Paper presented at the American Philosophical Association Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA

Hemingway, J. L. (1989, October). Opening windows on the theory and practice of an interpretive leisure studies. Paper presented at the Opening Session of the National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, San Antonio, TX

Hemingway, J. L. (1988, October). Invited discussant, Section on Leisure Research and the Humanities, National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Indianapolis, IN

Hemingway, J. L. (1988, March). Developing critical thinking skills: Humanities applications in leisure studies curricula. Paper presented at the Society of Park and Recreation Educators National Teaching Institute, Saratoga Springs, NY

Refereed International & National

Samdahl, D. M., Parr, M. G., & Hemingway, J. L. (2011, February). Tending the vine — Is it time to re–pot? Exploring mid-career priorities. Society of Park and Recreation Educators National Teaching Institute, Rutledge, GA

Hemingway, J. L. (2001, October). Failed leisure: Neglected issues in conceptualizing leisure. National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Denver, CO (paper accepted but not presented due to illness)

Hemingway, J. L. (2000, October). Conceptualizing social capital generation in leisure: Social networks and discussion patterns. National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Phoenix, AZ

Hemingway, J. L. (1999, October). The civic tradition restated: Machiavelli and Guicciardini on leisure. National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Nashville, TN

Hemingway, J. L. (1999, May). Beyond freedom in the study of democratic leisure. Ninth Canadian Congress of Leisure Research, Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia

Hemingway, J. L. (1998, September). Remembering the future: A program for humanities research in leisure studies. National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Miami, FL (Symposium cancelled: mandatory hurricane evacuation order)

Hemingway, J. L. (1996, May). On a role for critical theory in leisure studies. Eighth Canadian Congress on Leisure Research, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario

Hemingway, J. L. (1995, October). Labor, leisure, and freedom: Three historical models. National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, San Antonio, TX

Hemingway, J. L. (1994, October). Leisure’s tether: An application of J. Habermas’s Theory of Communicative Action. National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Minneapolis, MN

Hemingway, J. L. (1994, April). Civic leisure: Communitarian themes, democratic principles. American Association for Leisure and Recreation Second International Symposium on Leisure and Ethics, Denver, CO

Hemingway, J. L. (1993, October). Emancipated leisure: Jürgen Habermas’s analysis of leisure and consumption. National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, San Jose,

Hemingway, J. L. (1993, May). Leisure and civil society. Seventh Canadian Congress on Leisure Research, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Hemingway, J. L. (1992, October). “The cure that poisons”: Derridean play as pharmakon. National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Cincinnati, OH

Hemingway, J. L. (1991, October). Tracings on a Nietzschean shore: Eugen Fink’s philosophy of play. National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Baltimore, MD

Hemingway, J. L. (1989, October). On the need for normative theory in leisure studies. National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, San Antonio, TX

Hemingway, J. L. (1989, April). Leisure and democracy: Incompatible ideals? American Association for Leisure and Recreation International Symposium on Leisure and Ethics, Boston, MA

Hemingway, J. L. (1987, September). Leisure and civility: Reflections on a Greek ideal. National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, New Orleans, LA

Hemingway, J. L. (1986, October). Active nihilism: Against the devaluation of play. National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Anaheim, CA

Hemingway, J. L. (1985, June). Recreation, therapy, and society. Second Annual Therapeutic Recreation Research Colloquium, Iowa City, IA

Hemingway, J. L. (1982, October). Play and subjectivity. National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Louisville, KY

Regional & State

Hemingway, J. L. (1992, November). Leisure and the foundations of democracy. Pacific Northwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, Portland, OR

Hemingway, J. L. (1987, December). “What is leisure?” Reflections on Aristotle and de Grazia. Virginia Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Annual Convention, Norfolk, VA

Hemingway, J. L. (1985, December). Assessment of adventure activities leadership. Virginia Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Annual Convention, Charlottesville, VA

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Grants (Funded)

Udd, E., Albright, D., Bright, A., & Hemingway, J. L. (1996, March). Human Resource Development through Ecotourism. Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education, Program for North American Mobility in Higher Education, U.S. Department of Education. (First year funded at $22,000; three year total $101,787)

Udd, E., Larson, T. K., & Hemingway, J. L. (1994, February). South Whidbey Island Recreation Demand Assessment Study. South Whidbey Youth Center, Freeland, WA. (Funded at $5,999)

Hemingway, J. L., & Udd, E. (1993, October). RLS 229: Summer Session 1994 Curriculum Development Minigrant. (Funded at $587)

Udd, E., & Hemingway, J. L. (1993, October). RLS 288: Summer Session 1994 Curriculum Development Minigrant. (Funded at $587)

Workshops

Risk Management Planning. Volunteer Council, Kennewick, WA (November 1996)

Philosophy in the Leisure Studies Curriculum, Society of Park and Recreation Educators National Teaching Institute, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC (February-March 1991)

Professional Association Memberships

Academy of Leisure Science

Illinois Association of Park Districts

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Professional Service

Community & Professional Outreach

President, Macomb Park District Board of Commissioners, Macomb, Illinois (August 2011 to present)

Vice-President, Macomb Park District Board of Commissioners, Macomb, Illinois (January 2009 to August 2011)

Commissioner, Macomb Park District, Macomb, IL (July 2007 to present)

Coordinator, North Carolina Municipal and County Recreation Director’s Conference, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (July 1999 to July 2003)

Town of Endicott Planning Survey, Endicott, WA, Washington State University (September 1994 to November 1994)

Project CARE, Othello, WA, Washington State University June 1994 to May 1996) (community public facilities needs assessment)

South Whidbey Island Adult Recreation Demand Assessment Study, South Whidbey Youth Center, Freeland, WA, Washington State University (February 1994 to May 1994)

South Whidbey Island Student Recreation Demand Assessment Study, South Whidbey Youth Center, Freeland, WA, Washington State University (February 1994 to May 1994)

Outdoor Recreation Demand Study, Tekoa, WA, Washington State University (August 1993 to January 1994)

Outdoor Recreation Demand Study, La Crosse, WA, Washington State University (August 1993 to January 1994)

Member, University Life-Long Learning and Community Service Committee, Old Dominion University (June 1989 to May 1990)

Editorial

Guest Co-Editor, Journal of Leisure Research special issue on leisure and social capital (October 2003 to October 2005; issue appeared as Volume 37, Number 4, 2005)

Associate Editor, Leisure Sciences (October 1998 to December 2005)

Associate Editor, Schole (October 1995 to August 1996)

Book Review Co-Editor, Leisure Sciences (November 1994 to February 1997)

Associate Editor, Leisure Sciences (October 1988 to October 1991)

Reader for Journal of Applied Recreation Research, Journal of Leisure Research, Leisure/Loisir, Leisure Sciences, Schole, and Therapeutic Recreation Journal (since 1984 on request)

Professional Meetings

Coordinator, Leisure Research and the Humanities Section, National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Indianapolis, (September 2007)

Reader, Leisure Research and the Humanities Section, National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, San Antonio, TX (October 2005)

Moderator, Session IIe – Leisure Experience: Meaning of Leisure, Eleventh Triennial Canadian Congress on Leisure Research, Nanaimo, BC, Canada (May 2005)

Reader, Leisure Research and the Humanities Section, National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Reno, NV (October 2004)

Session Moderator, Community Identity and Social Capital I, National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Tampa, FL (October 2002)

Reader, Leisure Research and the Humanities Section, National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Tampa, FL (October 2002)

Reader, Sociology and Cultural Studies Section, National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Denver, CO (October 2001)

Chair, Section on Leisure Research and the Humanities, National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Kansas City, MO (October 1996)

Program Committee, American Association for Leisure and Recreation Second International Symposium on Leisure and Ethics (October 1992 to April 1994)

Chair, Section on Philosophical and Historical Aspects of Leisure, National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Dallas, TX (October 1985)

Chair, Section on Philosophical, Historical, Cultural, and Economic Aspects of Leisure, National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Orlando, FL (October 1984)

Coordinator, Section on Philosophical, Historical, Cultural, and Economic Aspects of Leisure Behavior, National Recreation and Park Association Symposium on Leisure Research, Kansas City, MO (October 1983)

Miscellaneous

Member, National Therapeutic Recreation Society Ad Hoc Committee on the Philosophical Position Statement (December 1993 to October 1995)

Member, National Therapeutic Recreation Society Philosophical Issues Committee (January 1986 to December 1986)

Chair, Curriculum Committee, Virginia Recreation and Park Society (Eastern District) (October 1985 to October 1986)

Co-Editor, Virginia Recreation and Park Society Eastern District Newsletter (September 1984 to September 1985)

Member, Virginia Recreation and Park Society Public Relations Committee (September 1984 to September 1985)

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University, College, & Department Service

Advising

Faculty Advisor, Ice Hockey Recreational Sports Club, Western Illinois University (August 2005 to August 2008, August 2009 to August 2010)

Student Advisor, Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (January 1999 to July 2003)

Student Advisor, Recreation Administration and Leisure Studies Program, Washington State University (August 1991 to May 1998)

Student Advisor, Recreation Program, St. Cloud State University (September 1990 to July 1991)

Student Advisor, Recreation and Leisure Studies Program, Old Dominion University (August 1983 to May 1990)

Advisor, Recreation and Leisure Studies Majors Club, Old Dominion University (August 1985 to May 1990)

Civic Education

Project Co–Director, “The Road to the White House Starts at Western Illinois University” Mock Presidential Election, Western Illinois University (May 2014 to November 2015)

Project Co–Director, “The Road to the White House Starts at Western Illinois University” Mock Presidential Election, Western Illinois University (May 2010 to November 2011)

Project Associate Director, “The Road to the White House Starts at Western Illinois University” Mock Presidential Election, Western Illinois University (September 2006 to November, 2007)

Curriculum, General Education, & Professional Accreditation

Chair, Curriculum Committee, Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Department, Western Illinois University (August 2015 to present)

Member, Council on General Education, Western Illinois University (August 2008 to July 2011)

Member, Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism General Education Committee, Western Illinois University (November 2007 to present)

Member, Learning Dimension Committee, Foundations of Excellence First Year Experience Assessment Initiative, Western Illinois University (October 2006 to May 2007)

Member, Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, Western Illinois University (September 2005 to present)

Member, Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Graduate Admissions Committee, Western Illinois University (November 2004 to present)

Member, First Year Experience Committee, Western Illinois University (October 2004 to May 2006)

Member, Strategic Plan Implementation Committee for Excellence in Undergraduate Education, Western Illinois University (October 2004 to May 2005)

Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (July 2001 to June 2002)

Graduate Coordinator, Department of Kinesiology and Leisure Studies, Washington State University (August 1997 to June 1998; August 1993 to August 1996)

Recreation Administration and Leisure Studies Accreditation Report, Washington State University (August 1996 to December 1996)

Member, University General Education Committee, Washington State University (August 1995 to May 1998)

Chair, College of Education Graduate Studies Committee, Washington State University (September 1994 to May 1996)

Summer honors reading liaison, Department of Kinesiology and Leisure Studies, Washington State University (April 1992 to May 1998)

Author, M. A. Degree Proposal, Recreation Administration and Leisure Studies Program, Washington State University (1993; final approval given September 1995)

Graduate Coordinator, Recreation Administration and Leisure Studies Program, Washington State University (September 1992 to April 1995)

Graduate Faculty Committee, Department of Kinesiology and Leisure Studies, Washington State University (September 1991 to May 1998)

Recreation Administration and Leisure Studies Curriculum Committee, Washington State University (August 1991 to May 1998)

Recreation Administration and Leisure Studies Accreditation Report, Washington State University, (August 1991to December 1991)

Recreation Program Pre-Accreditation Self-Study, St. Cloud State University (October 1990 to March 1991)

Member, Department of Physical Education, Recreation, and Sport Science Curriculum Committee, St. Cloud State University (September 1990 to July 1991)

Member, University Scholarship Committee, Old Dominion University (August 1985 to May 1990)

Recreation and Leisure Studies Program Accreditation Report, Old Dominion University (August 1989 to October 1989)

Member, Faculty Senate Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, Old Dominion University (May 1988 to May 1989)

Member, Faculty Senate Ad Hoc Committee on Summer Programs, Old Dominion University (May 1988 to September 1988)

Member, Darden College of Education General Education Committee (August 1985 to December 1985)

Chair, General Education Task Force, Department of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (January 1985)

Recreation and Leisure Studies Accreditation Report, Old Dominion University (August 1984 to October 1984)

Faculty Governance

Member, Faculty Senate Faculty Affairs Committee, Washington State University (September 1996 to May 1998)

Faculty Senator, Department of Kinesiology and Leisure Studies, Washington State University (August 1996 to May 1998)

Co-Chair, College of Education Faculty Affairs Committee, Washington State University (October 1995 to September 1996)

Member, College of Education Faculty Affairs Committee, Washington State University (August 1995 to February 1997)

Faculty Senator, Department of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, Old Dominion University (August 1984 to May 1990)

Member, Darden College of Education Promotion and Tenure Committee, Old Dominion University (August 1989 to May 1990)

Member, Department of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Promotion and Tenure Committee, Old Dominion University (August 1989 to May 1990)

Member, Darden College of Education Faculty Governance Steering Committee, Old Dominion University (October 1988 to August 1989)

Chair, Darden College of Education Program Committee, Old Dominion University (October 1988 to August 1989)

Member, Darden College of Education Program Committee, Old Dominion University (August 1987 to October 1988)

Secretary, Darden College of Education Faculty Governance Organization, Old Dominion University (August 1985 to May 1986)

Library

Library Liaison, Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (August 1999 to July 2003)

Library liaison, Department of Kinesiology and Leisure Studies, Washington State University (April 1992 to May 1998)

Member, Faculty Senate Library Committee, Old Dominion University (August 1984 to May 1985)

Technology

Member, Technology Committee, Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Administration, Western Illinois University (September 2008 to present)

Member, President’s Technology Users Advisory Group / University Technology Users Advisory Group, Western Illinois University (January 2007 to January 2009)

Webmaster, Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Administration, Western Illinois University (November 2004 to August 2011)

Other

Member, Faculty Search Committee, Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Administration, Western Illinois University (January 2009 to present)

Member, Faculty Search Committee, Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Administration, Western Illinois University (October 2005 to May 2006)

Member, Professional Development Conference Steering Committee, Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Administration, Western Illinois University (November 2004 to April 2005)

Faculty Speaker, General Alumni Association Admitted Student Reception, Wilmington, NC, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (March 2000)

Program Committee, Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies 80/60 Anniversary Celebration, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (September 1998 to April 2001)

Organizer, 1994 Gordon-Enberg Professional Series. [B. K. Hunnicutt, “Kellogg’s Six Hour Day: A Cultural History of Failed Leisure”], Washington State University (September 1994)

Member, University Training Committee, Washington State University (August 1993 to July 1995)

Member, Department of Physical Education, Recreation, and Sport Science Computer Committee, St. Cloud State University (September 1990 to July 1991)

Member, Faculty Senate Intercollegiate Athletics Committee, Old Dominion University (May 1989 to May 1990)

Acting Coordinator, Leisure Studies and Services Program, Department of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (August 1985 to December 1985)

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Administrative Experience (nonacademic)

Evening Coordinator, Iowa Memorial Union, University of Iowa (January 1981 to May 1982)

Data Management Coordinator, Office of Research and Data Management, Division of Developmental Disabilities, Department of Pediatrics, University of Iowa (October 1979 to August 1980)

Research Assistant, Office of Research and Data Management, Division of Developmental Disabilities, Department of Pediatrics, University of Iowa (October 1978 to September 1979)

511th Military Intelligence Battalion, U. S. Army Europe (June 1971 to July 1973)

Volunteer Work

McDonough County Historic Preservation Society “Old Bailey House” (photographs to support application for National Historic Site designation, 2010, 2012)

Chasing history with a camera: Capturing the spirit of place on Civil War battlefields (presentation & workshop, Western Illinois Civil War Roundtable, June 14, 2011)

West Central Illinois Art Center (Certificate of Appreciation, August 29, 2009)

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