Profiles in "Tourism" Expertise Area

  • Nyaupane's research themes include sustainable tourism, ecotourism, protected area management, public lands, natural resource management, community development, resilience, collaborative and strategic planning, and Indigenous Peoples globally.
  • Kathleen Andereck's research focuses on the tourism experience from the perspective of both visitors and residents particularly as it applies to sustainable tourism.
  • Fellner is a three-time Fulbright Scholar (Latvia, Moldova and Bulgaria) and four-time Fulbright Senior Specialist (North Macedonia, Indonesia, Lithuania and Latvia).
  • Dr. McWilliams teaches tourism, lodging, and management courses. She has co-facilitated study abroad experiences to Belize, Fiji, Australia, and Botswana and is advisor for the Tourism Student Association at ASU.
  • Mings served as a professor at ASU from 1970 to 1997. His teaching included world regional geography, Latin America, recreation, and research methods. He helped found and remains active with the Arizona Geographic Alliance.
  • Berman's research areas include globalization studies, humanitarianism, tourism, German orientalism and colonialism, Germans in Africa, and intercultural hermeneutics.