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Ph.D. - Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
M.A. - Art History
B.A. - English
B.A. - History
EXER 5040: Recreation, Leisure, and TourismEXER 5080: Facility Design and Management
REC 3000: Introduction to Community Recreation
REC 3320: Recreation Programming
REC 4400: Tourism and Commercial RecreationPEDS 4030: Facilities Design in HPER
Wooten, M. H., Mulvaney, M. M., & Higelmire, W. F. Applying a Collaborative Disc Golf Tournament to an Outcome-Based Model. Submitted to Schole: A Journal of Leisure Studies and Recreation Education in February 2009
Wooten, M. H., Norman, W. C. Using the Ratings Grid in Tourism/Event Management. International Journal of Culture, Tourism and HospitalityResearch. (in press 2009)
Mulvaney, M. M., Wooten, M. H., & Higelmire, W. F. (2008) Hands-on programming to prepare future professionals. Illinois Parks & Recreation, 30-36.
Wooten, M. H., Norman, W. C. (2008). Differences in Arts Festival Visitors Based on Level of Past Experience. Event Management, 11, 109-120.
Wooten, M. H., Norman, W. C. (2008). Interpreting and Managing Special Events and Festivals. Tourism Management: Analysis, Behaviour and Strategy(ed. Woodsides and Martin). CABI.
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