Water managers and decision makers of cities of the Colorado River Basin will be able to take greater advantage of Arizona State University’s Decision Center for a Desert City (DCDC) thanks to a new $4.5 million National Science Foundation award.
Gyan Nyaupane in the School of Community Resources and Development is the author of a chapter in the new book, Mountaineering Tourism. His chapter is entitled Mountaineering on Mt. Everest: evolution, economy, ecology and ethics.
The ASU Lodestar Center and the ASU School of Community Resources & Development celebrated the newest graduates from the Master of Nonprofit Studies program, graduate certificate programs in Nonprofit Leadership & Management and Social Entrepreneurship & Community Development, and Nonprofit Management Institute (NMI) Professional Certificate recipients in Nonprofit Management and Nonprofit Executive Leadership (Tucson cohort) on April 29, 2015 at the Salvation Army Southwest Division in downtown Phoenix.
ASU's School of Community Resources and Development had several winners at the Arizona State Therapeutic Recreation Association (ASTRA) conference held May 1.
Kelly Ramella, associate instructional professional received the Outstanding Professional Award. Breanna Bean, a recreation therapy student, won the Student Recognition Award. Alicia Gonzales, an ASU alumna, won the Recreation Therapist of the Year Award.
Elsevier has published a list of the top 50 most frequently downloaded articles on ScienceDirect since January 2005 that were written by US-based authors in social sciences.
Among them is "Residents' perceptions of community tourism impacts" by Kathleen Andereck, Richard Knopf and master's student Karin Valentine in the School of Community Resources and Development and Christine Vogt of Michigan State University.
The article, published in the Annals of Tourism Research has been downloaded over 25,000 times.