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School Director & Professor
research interests
Sustainable Development, Contemporary Issues in Planning Theory, Community
and Regional Economic Development, and Planning Practice

Executive Vice President, University Provost and Professor
(480)965-9585
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Associate Professor
(602)496-0174
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Professor Shockley’s teaching and research interests concentrate on building the field of non-market entrepreneurship as well as contributing to the fields of public policy modelling and the politics, economics, and sociology of the arts and humanities.  He co-edited with Dr. Peter Frank and Dr. Roger Stough Non-market Entreprene


Administrative Assistant
602-496-2598
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Professor
(602)496-1566
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International boundaries, heritage tourism and conservation, religious tourism, politics of heritage, global tourism


Professor
(602)496-0550
research interests
  • Destination marketing
  • Community development with sustainability outcomesPark studies and outdoor recreation

Associate Professor
(602)496-2022
research interests

Public policy and nonprofit sector studies, collaborative governance in health/human services, intergovernmental relations, comparative public policy and analysis


Professor
(602)496-0154
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The overarching goal of my scholarship is to create knowledge that advances scientific understanding of how people relate to the natural environment and also empowers individuals, communities, and institutions to make better decisions about natural resources.  The broader impact of my work lies in developing theory and methods for linking knowledge to action for sustainable resource management.


Lecturer
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Assistant Professor
research interests

Diversity and social justice issues related to park and tourism destinations, Transportation management in parks and tourism destinations, Quantitative methodology in tourism management, Decision-making sciences in tourism management, Social aspect of climate change and adaptation, Applications of geospatial analytics in tourism management


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