Profiles in "Community Development" Expertise Area

  • Kyselka is an academic professional in the Polytechnic School/Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.
  • 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.
  • Mary Stokrocki is an arts educator who specializes in multicultural teaching and learning, visual culture studies, alternative learning contexts and educational use of Second Life.
  • Kathleen Andereck's research focuses on the tourism experience from the perspective of both visitors and residents particularly as it applies to sustainable tourism.
  • Etheridge Woodson is the associate dean for students in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts and director of Herberger Institute's Design and Arts Corps.
  • I am interested in how people accomplish changes in their immediate social contexts. I also originated the Community Action Research Experiences (CARE) program.
  • Feisst is Evelyn Smith Professor of musicology and Senior Sustainability Scholar at Arizona State University. She holds a PhD in musicology from Berlin and is interested in new music in interdisciplinary contexts.
  • Norton' s specialties include musicology, music and wellness, and American sacred music.
  • An expert in community and economic development planning and housing, Kim has a long history of community involvement with government organizations throughout his career.