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July 15, 2019 - Two research papers from ASU's CST scholars are now available for download from the Travel and Tourism Research Association ScholarWorks site. These papers include findings from Sedona and Yuma, AZ tourism research collaborations.
July 7, 2019 - The July issue of Green Living AZ Magazine includes an article by CST researcher and current ASU Ph.D. student Jada Lindblom on the topic of visiting nature centers while on vacation.
June 10, 2019 - Tourism executive salaries have become a topic of public interest in Arizona cities lately.
June 3, 2019 - In the latest installment of travel-related articles for Green Living AZ Magazine, CST Director Dr. Christine Vogt provides information about how to safely and sustainably enjoy Arizona's wealth of hiking trails.
May 29, 2019 - A recap of a public event co-organized by the Center for Sustainable Tourism is featured in ETV News, serving the greater Price, UT region.
May 20, 2019 - CST staff and project partners from Montgomery Archaeological Consultants and the USU-Eastern Prehistoric Museum in Utah have published this year's volunteer season wrap-up newsletter, Nine Mile Canyon Archaeology Update.
May 14, 2019 - Former CST researcher and Master's program graduate Maya Azzi joins Center Director Dr. Christine Vogt to consider the roles of conscientiousness in creating sustainable tourism experiences and destination communities.
May 9, 2019 - The Center for Sustainable Tourism is excited to announce the Nine Mile Canyon Excavation Celebration, recapping the progress and successes of Year 2 of this collaborative public archaeology project based in Utah, facilitated by the
Center for Sustainable Tourism
Passion for travel garners national award
Virginia Miller was chosen as the 2016 Meredith Travel Marketing Scholar.
Is Scottsdale the new Vegas? it could be getting there as Valley tourism recovers (KJZZ)
Kathleen Andereck says there has been a steady increase of visitors to the Valley over the last five years and those tourists are traveling longer distances to get here.
At centennial, National Park Service Seeks a balance
100 years ago, Congrees passed the act that created the National Park Service. The agency has to balance preservation along with access in a sustainable way. To face that challenge, it relies on research to guide decision-making. Among the researchers that have helped lead efforts are Megha Budruk, Dave White and Christine Vogt.
Why tourists love borders
To some, borders are a line on a map. To tourism researchers such as Dallen Timothy, borders offer a fascinating insight into economic development, culture and politics.
7 tips for a sustainable vacation
Christine Vogt, director of the Center for Sustainable Tourism, offers tips on how to make responsible choices without giving up the fun.
Paintbrushes to Pruners: Tourism Professionals with a Purpose
A research paper authored by Christine Vogt, Kathleen Andereck and Lana Olsen in the School of Community Resources and Development was one of the top three finalist papers at the International Travel and Tourism Association Conference.
Budruk named to Maricopa County Parks and Recreation Commission
Megha Budruk, associate professor in the School of Community Resources and Development, has been named by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors to serve a two-year at large appointment.
Sisters' Zika concerns put a cloud over Carribean getaway
Christine Vogt talks to the Omaha World-Herald about how Zika may affect tourism.
My Turn: Arizona tourism is about to have an epic year
More visitors are coming to Arizona and that means more revenue for the state.
How big is tourism's impact on Arizona?
Christine Vogt talks with KJZZ about the impact of tourism on the state and economy.
Cultivating sustainable tourism in Vietnam
How do you develop tourism in a sustainable manner? Faculty in the School of Community Resources & Development were busy doing just that this summer as they traveled to Vietnam to cultivate sustainable tourism growth and educational opportunities.