Congratulations to the Following Colleges and Universities for Achieving COAPRT Academic Accreditation in 2012

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Congratulations to the Following Colleges and Universities for Achieving COAPRT Academic Accreditation in 2012


Arkansas Tech University Recreation and Park Administration

* Visit Chair: Michael Blazey

* Second Visitor: Lowell Caneday

California State University Chico Department of Recreation, Hospitality, and Parks Management

* Visit Chair: Deb Jordan

* Second Visitor: Patti Freeman

San Francisco State University Department of Recreation, Parks, and Tourism, California

* Visit Chair: Brian Hill

* Second Visitor: Corey Johnson

* Practitioner: Irby Brinson

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Department of Recreation, Sport, and Tourism

* Visit Chair: Edd Udd

University of Northern Iowa Division of Leisure Youth and Human Services

* Visit Chair: Jean Keller

Central Michigan University Department of Recreation, Parks, and Leisure Services Administration

* Visit Chair: Maridith Janssen

* Second Visitor: Susan Baptist

University of Missouri Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism

* Visit Chair: Lowell Caneday

State University of New York at Brockport Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies

* Visit Chair: Roger Coles

* Second Visitor: Douglas Kennedy

Appalachian State University Recreation Management, North Carolina

* Visit Chair: Maridith Janssen

* Second Visitor: Julie Lammel

North Carolina State University Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management

* Visit Chair: Stephen Anderson

University of North Carolina at Greensboro Recreation and Parks Management

* Visit Chair: Marcia Carter

* Second Visitor: Joseph Wilson

* Practitioner: Valerie Beard

Bowling Green State University Tourism, Leisure, and Event Planning, Ohio

* Visit Chair: Edd Udd

* Second Visitor: Mike Peterson

Kent State University Recreation, Parks, and Tourism Management, Ohio

* Visit Chair: Deb Jordan

* Second Visitor: Brian Hill

Benedict College Department of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, South Carolina

* Visit Chair: Jane Broida

Longwood University Therapeutic Recreation, Virginia

* Visit Chair: Michael Blazey

* Second Visitor: Ruthie Kucharewski

Western Washington University Department of Physical Education, Health, and Recreation

* Visit Chair: Al Ellard

THE COUNCIL ON ACCREDITATION OF PARKS, RECREATION, TOURISM, AND RELATED PROFESSIONS (COAPRT) recognizes academic programs in colleges and universities that prepare new professionals to enter the park, recreation, tourism, and related professions. …

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