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Yu-Fai Leung
Professor & Director of Graduate Programs

Yu-Fai LeungContact Details

North Carolina State University
Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
Jordan Hall 5107, Box 7106, Raleigh, NC 27695-7106, USA

Phone: 919-513-3489
Fax: 919-515-3439
Leung@ncsu.edu

Complete Curriculum Vita

Education

  • Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Forestry, 1998)
  • M.Phil., Chinese University of Hong Kong (Geography, 1992)
  • B.S.Sc. (Hons.), Chinese University of Hong Kong (Geography, Biology Minor, 1989)

Current Research Interests

  • Sustainable visitor use (recreation, tourism, ecotourism, geotourism) in U.S. and global protected areas
  • Recreation ecology and visitor impact research
  • Participatory monitoring of visitor use and impacts in parks and protected areas
  • Effectiveness evaluation of visitor management strategies and actions
  • Applications of geospatial technology and spatial analysis

Recent Courses Taught

  • PRT 505 GIS and Spatial Analysis in Parks, Recreation, Tourism and Sport Management (Graduate-Distance Education, NCSU)
  • PRT 555 Environmental Impacts of Recreation and Tourism (Graduate, NCSU)
  • PRT 451 Principles of Recreation Planning and Facility Development (Undergraduate, NCSU)
  • GST 5005 Resource and Environmental Management for Ecotourism (Graduate, Chinese University of Hong Kong)
  • U1760 Environmental Issues in Outdoor Recreation and Tourism (Undergraduate, National Taiwan University)
  • U1770 Outdoor Recreation and Ecotourism Planning (Undergraduate, National Taiwan University)

Selected Publications (Since 2010)

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Leung, Y.-F., Newburger, T., Woiderski, B., Ballenger, E., Bigsby, K., & Kollar, C. Examining the ecological significance of visitor-created informal trails as an indicator for Yosemite National Park. Ecological Indicators. Forthcoming.
  • Li, J., Whitlow, M., Bitsura-Meszaros, K., Leung, Y.-F., & Barbieri, C. A preliminary evaluation of World Heritage tourism promotion: Comparing websites from Australia, China and Mexico (research note). Current Issues in Tourism. Forthcoming.
  • Hockett, K., Marion, J. L., & Leung, Y.-F. The efficacy of combined educational and site management actions in reducing off-trail hiking in an urban-proximate protected area. Journal of Environmental Management. Forthcoming.
  • Leung, Y.-F., Walden-Schreiner, C., Conlon, K., & Miller, A. A simple method for monitoring dog leash compliance behavior in parks and natural areas. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism. In press.
  • Leung, Y.-F., Barbieri, C., & Floyd, M. (2014). Tourism and recreation research along the natural-rural-urban gradient: Global trends and implications for China (in Chinese). Tourism Tribune (旅游学刊), 29(4), 3-6.
  • Walden-Schreiner, C., Leung, Y.-F., & Floyd, M. F. (2014). Incorporating physical activity measures into environmental monitoring of national parks: An example from Yosemite (technical note). Journal of Physical Activity and Health. [Abstract]
  • Leung, Y.-F., Walden-Schreiner, C., Matisoff, C., Naber, M., & Robinson, J. (2013). A two-pronged approach to evaluating the environmental concerns of disc golf as emerging recreation in urban natural areas. Managing Leisure, 18(4), 273-285. [Abstract]
  • Serenari, C., & Leung, Y.-F. (2013). Going global: Rethinking the cross-cultural transfer of minimal impact education programs in protected areas. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 31(2), 61-75. [Abstract]
  • Walden-Schreiner, C., & Leung, Y.-F. (2013). Spatially characterizing visitor use and its association with informal trails in Yosemite Valley meadows. Environmental Management, 52(1), 163-178. [Abstract]
  • Leung, Y.-F. (2012). Recreation ecology research in East Asia's protected areas: Redefining impacts? Journal for Nature Conservation, 20(6), 349-356. [Abstract]
  • Miller, A., Leung, Y.-F., & Lu, D.-J. (2012). Community-based monitoring of tourism resources as a tool for supporting the Convention on Biological Diversity targets: A preliminary global assessment. PARKS: International Journal of Protected Areas and Conservation, 18(2), 120-131. [Full Text]
  • Ting, S. R., Leung, Y.-F., Stewart, K., Smith, A. C., Roberts, G. L., & Dees, S. (2012). A preliminary study of geoscience career education in middle school. Journal of Career and Technical Education, 27(2), 84-97. [Full Text]
  • Walden-Schreiner, C., Leung, Y.-F., Newburger, T., & Woiderski, B. (2012). Developing an accessible methodology for monitoring visitor use patterns in open landscapes of Yosemite National Park. Park Science, 29(1), 53-61. [Full Text]
  • Moore, R., Leung, Y.-F., Matisoff, C., Dorwart, C., & Parker, A. (2012). Understanding users' perceptions of trail resource impacts and how they affect experiences: An integrated approach. Landscape and Urban Planning, 107, 343-350.  [Abstract]
  • Newsome, D., Dowling, R., & Leung, Y.-F. (2012). The nature and management of geotourism: The case of two established iconic geotourism destinations in Australia and Taiwan. Tourism Management Perspectives, 2-3, 19-27. [Abstract]
  • Serenari, C., Leung, Y.-F., Attarian, A., & Franck, C. (2012). Understanding environmentally significant behavior among whitewater rafting and trekking guides in the Garhwal Himalaya, India. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 20(5), 757-772. [Abstract]
  • Siderelis, C., Moore, R., Leung, Y.-F., & Smith, J. (2012). A nationwide production analysis of state park attendance in the United States. Journal of Environmental Management, 99, 18-26. [Abstract]
  • Lu, D.-J., Leung, Y.-F., & Hsieh, H.-T. (2011). Research to support the establishment of a community-based monitoring program for Shih-Pan Trail in Lin-Mei Village, Taiwan ROC (in Chinese). Quarterly Journal of Chinese Forestry (中華林學季刊), 44(2), 265-284. [Abstract]
  • Marion, J. L., & Leung, Y.-F. (2011). Indicators and protocols for monitoring impacts of formal and informal trails in protected areas. Journal of Tourism and Leisure Studies (觀光休閒學報), 17(2), 215-236. [Full Text]
  • Leung, Y.-F., Newburger, T., Jones, M., Kuhn, B., & Woideski, B. (2011). Developing a monitoring protocol for visitor-created informal trails in Yosemite National Park, USA. Environmental Management, 47(1), 93-106. [Abstract]
  • Siderelis, C., Naber, M., & Leung, Y.-F. (2010). The influence of site design and resource conditions on outdoor recreation demand: A mountain biking case study. Journal of Leisure Research, 42(4), 573-590. [Abstract]
  • Chiou, C.-Y., Tsai, W.-L., & Leung, Y.-F. (2010). A GIS-dynamic segmentation approach to planning travel routes on forest trail networks in central Taiwan. Landscape and Urban Planning, 97(4), 221-228. [Abstract]
  • Monz, C., Cole, D. N., Leung, Y.-F., & Marion, J. L. (2010). Sustaining visitor use in protected areas: Future opportunities in recreation ecology research based on the USA experience. Environmental Management, 45(3), 551-562. [Abstract]
  • Pickering, C. P., Hill, W., Newsome, D., & Leung, Y.-F. (2010). Comparing hiking, mountain biking and horse riding impacts on vegetation and soils in Australia and the U.S.A. Journal of Environmental Management, 91(3), 551-562. [Abstract]
  • Dorwart, C., Moore, R. L., & Leung, Y.-F. (2010). Visitors’ perceptions of a trail environment and their effects on experiences: A model for nature-based recreation experiences. Leisure Sciences, 32(1), 33-54. [Abstract]

Other Articles

  • Leung, Y.-F., & Catts, G. (2013). The joy of bioresources: Sustainable forest-recreation connections (invited editorial). BioResources, 8(1), 1-2. [Full Text]

Books/Book Chapters

  • Leung, Y.-F., & Hsu, Y.-C. (in prep.). Frameworks for managing visitation and tourism in protected areas. In: McCool, S. F., & Bosak, K. (eds.), Reframing Sustainable Tourism.
  • Leung, Y.-F., Hvenegaard, G., Spenceley, A., & Buckley, R. (eds.) (in prep.). Best Practice Guidelines for Sustainable Tourism in Global Protected Areas (Third Edition). Gland, Switzerland: IUCN-International Union for Conservation of Nature. To be released in 2014.
  • Smith, C., Walden-Schreiner, C., & Leung, Y.-F. (2014). Participatory GIS in recreation resource planning. In: Baas, J., & Burns, R. (eds.), Best Practices in Recreation Resource Planning. Champaign, IL: Sagamore Publishing. [Book Info]
  • Hsu, Y.-C., Leung, Y.-F., Li, Y.-H., Wang, C.-P., & Lue, C.-C. (eds. and trans.) (2010). An Assessment of Frameworks Useful for Public Land Recreation Planning (遊憩規劃與管理架構評估). Taipei, Taiwan ROC: Hua Li Publishing, 352p. [Book Info]
  • Hsu, Y.-C., Leung, Y.-F., Li, Y.-H., Wang, C.-P., & Lue, C.-C. (2010). Experiences and lessons learned from applying VERP to Yushan National Park (in Chinese). In: Hsu, Y.-C., Leung, Y.-F., Li, Y.-H., Wang C.-P., & Lue, C.-C. (eds. and trans.), An Assessment of Frameworks Useful for Public Land Recreation Planning (pp. 270-295). Taipei, Taiwan ROC: Hua Li Publishing. [Book Info]
  • Leung, Y.-F., Hsu, Y.-C., & Lue, C.-C. (2010). Visitor experience and resource protection (VERP): A planning and management framework for visitor impacts and carrying capacity of national parks (in Chinese). In: Hsu, Y.-C., Leung, Y.-F., Li, Y.-H., Wang C.-P., & Lue, C.-C. (eds. and trans.), An Assessment of Frameworks Useful for Public Land Recreation Planning (pp. 152-183). Taipei, Taiwan ROC: Hua Li Publishing. [Book Info]
  • Li, Y.-H., Hsu, Y.-C., & Leung, Y.-F. (2010). Establishing indicators and standards for management zones in Tatajia (in Chinese). In: Hsu, Y.-C., Leung, Y.-F., Li, Y.-H., Wang C.-P., & Lue, C.-C. (eds. and trans.), An Assessment of Frameworks Useful for Public Land Recreation Planning (pp. 218-253). Taipei, Taiwan ROC: Hua Li Publishing. [Book Info]
  • Supak, S., Leung, Y.-F., & Stewart, K. (2010). Geotourism potential in North Carolina: Perspectives from interpretation at state parks. In: Newsome, D. and R. Dowling (eds.) Geotourism: The Tourism of Geology and Landscape (pp. 172-183). London, UK: Goodfellow Publishers. [Book Info]

Technical/Management Reports

  • Floyd, M. F., McHale, M. R., Leung, Y.-F., Tsai, W.-L., & Baran, P. K. (2014)., Understanding Urban and Community Forests Contributions to Physical Activity and Health. Technical Report submitted to USDA Forest Service, National Urban and Community Forestry Advisory Council.
  • Thompson, E., Whitlow, M., Li, J., Meley, A., Bitsura-Meszaros, K., Leung, Y.-F., & Barbieri, C. (2014). Tourism Promotion for UNESCO World Heritage Sites: An Evaluation of Government Websites from Four Countries. Unpublished report submitted to USDI National Park Service, Office of International Affairs.
  • Leung, Y.-F., Smith, J., Miller, A., & Serenari, C. (2014). Statistical Report of State Park Operations in the U.S.: 2012-2013. Final report submitted to National Association of State Park Directors.
  • Leung, Y.-F., Siderelis, C., & Miller, A. (2013). Statistical Report of State Park Operations in the U.S.: 2011-2012. Final report submitted to National Association of State Park Directors.
  • Leung, Y.-F., Siderelis, C., & Miller, A. (2012). Statistical Report of State Park Operations in the U.S.: 2010-2011. Final report submitted to National Association of State Park Directors.
  • Leung, Y.-F., Bigsby, K., & Kollar, C. (2011). Developing Methods for Integrated Analysis of Meadow Condition and Informal Trail Data in Yosemite National Park. Technical report submitted to USDI National Park Service, Yosemite National Park.
  • Leung, Y.-F., Siderelis, C., & Kollar, C. (2011). Statistical Report of State Park Operations in the U.S.: 2009-2010. Final report submitted to National Association of State Park Directors.
  • Leung, Y.-F., Siderelis, C., & Serenari, C. (2010). Statistical Report of State Park Operations in the U.S.: 2008-2009. Final report submitted to National Association of State Park Directors.
  • Hockett, K. S., Clark, A., Leung, Y.-F., Marion, J. L., & Park, L. (2010). Deterring Off-Trail Hiking in Protected Natural Areas: Evaluating Options With Surveys and Unobtrusive Observations. Final report submitted to USDI National Park Service, Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historic Park.

 

Selected Presentations (Since 2012)

  • April 2014, Serenari, C., N. Peterson, P. Stowhas, Y.-F. Leung, T. Wallace and E. Sills. Assessing cultural difference in the context of Patagonian large-scale private protected area conservation and development. Paper presented at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers; Tampa, FL.
  • April 2014, Xu, S., C. Barbieri and Y.-F. Leung. Residents’ attitudes toward with wine-trails: The case of Haw River. Paper presented at the 2014 Northeatern Recreation Research Conference; Cooperstown NY.
  • March 2014, Conlon, K. and Y.-F. Leung. Exploring the relationship between environmental conditions and user behavior on trails. Paper presented at the 2014 Southeastern Recreation Research Conference; Asheville NC.
  • March 2014, Conlon, K., J. Mayer, B. Adams, C. Walden-Schreiner, E. Crouse, T. Guo, Y.-F. Leung, J. Smith and E. Seekamp. Comparing perceptions of trail impacts using 2-D and 3-D imagery. Paper presented at the 2014 Southeastern Recreation Research Conference; Asheville NC.
  • March 2014, Bitsura-Meszaros, K., M. Whitlow, J. Li, A. Méley, E. Thompson, Y.-F. Leung and C. Babieri. Tourism promotion for UNESCO World Heritage Sites: An evaluation of government websites from four countries. Paper presented at the 2014 Southeastern Recreation Research Conference; Asheville NC.
  • March 2014, Walden-Schreiner, C. and Y.-F. Leung. Identifying current research and manager perceptions of emerging outdoor recreation activities. Poster presented at the 2014 Southeastern Recreation Research Conference; Asheville NC.
  • March 2014, Leung, Y.-F. Protocol development and field implementation of trail inventory, assessment and monitoring for protected areas. Invited presentation at the USFS-ICMBio Workshop on Public Use Management in Protected Areas; Chapada dos Veadeiros National Park, Brazil.
  • November 2013, Leung, Y.-F., C. Walden-Schreiner and K. Conlon. Geospatial approaches to understanding and management of visitor use and impacts in geoparks and other protected areas: Some recent examples. Invited presentation at the CUHK-Harvard Joint Workshop on Geodesign and VGE: Alternative Futures for the Hong Kong Global Geopark. Hong Kong SAR.
  • October 2013, Tsai, W.-L., Y.-F. Leung, M. R. McHale and M. F. Floyd. Linking the effects of urban forest fragmentation to human health. Poster presented at the 2013 Society of American Foresters National Convention; Charleston, SC.
  • June 2013, Xu, S., C. Barbieri, and Y.-F. Leung. Spatial understanding of themed touring routes through wine trails: Residents’ perceived benefits . Paper presented at the 2013 Travel and Tourism Research Association Annual Conference; Kansas City, MO.
  • May 2013, Tsai, W.-L., Y.-F. Leung, M. McHale and M. F. Floyd. A multidisciplinary approach to linking urban forest characteristics and human health. Paper presented at the 2013 National Outdoor Recreation Conference and the IUFRO Conference on Forests for People; Traverse City, MI.
  • April 2013, Leung, Y.-F.. T. Magro, J. Moreira and A. Miller. Monitoring visitor impacts in protected areas: A collaborative learning model. Paper presented at the IUFRO Conference on Protected Areas and Place Making; Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil.
  • April 2013, Tsai, W.-L., Y.-F. Leung, M. McHale, and M. Floyd. Linking urban forests and human health: A conceptual model. Paper presented at the 2013 Northeastern Recreation Research Conference; Cooperstown, NY.
  • April 2013, Xu, S., C. Barbieri and Y.-F. Leung. Themed touring routes: A geospatial-tourism typology of wine trails in North Carolina. Poster presented at the 2013 Northeastern Recreation Research Conference; Cooperstown, NY.
  • March 2013, Leung, Y.-F.. T. Magro, J. Moreira and A. Miller. Developing a collaborative learning network for visitor impact monitoring in protected areas. Paper presented at the 2013 George Wright Society Conference; Denver, CO.
  • March 2013, Leung, Y.-F.. G. Hvenegaard, A. Spenceley and R. Buckley. IUCN Best Practice Guidelines for Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas (3rd Edition): Project updates. Paper presented at the 2013 George Wright Society Conference; Denver, CO.
  • March 2013, Miller, A. and Y.-F. Leung. The role of state parks in providing recreation opportunities: Visitation trends in difficult economic times. Poster presented at the 2013 George Wright Society Conference; Denver, CO.
  • March 2013, Walden-Schreiner, C. and Y.-F. Leung. Monitoring group distribution and behavior in open landscapes of Yosemite National Park with geospatial technology. Paper presented at the 2013 George Wright Society Conference; Denver, CO
  • March 2013, Walden-Schreiner, C., M. Floyd, and Y.-F. Leung. Incorporating physical activity measures into environmental monitoring of national parks: An example from Yosemite. Paper presented at the 2013 George Wright Society Conference; Denver, CO
  • February 2013, Adams, B., K. Conlon, R. Sayre-McCord, E. Crouse and Y.-F. Leung. Measuring and evaluating the effects of signage on off-trail walking in a university forest, North Carolina . Poster presented at the 2013 Southeastern Recreation Research Conference, Athens, GA.
  • February 2013, Conlon, K., C. Walden-Schreiner, Leung, Y.-F., and A. Miller. Monitoring off-leash dog walking behavior in protected areas: Development and testing of a protocol . Paper presented at the 2013 Southeastern Recreation Research Conference, Athens, GA.
  • January 2013, Leung, Y.-F., C. Walden-Schreiner, K. Conlon, and A. Miller. Enhancing visitor impact management and stewardship education at NC Coastal Reserves through participatory monitoring: Project updates Paper presented at the North Carolina Coastal Training Program, Managing Visitor Use on Coastal Public Lands Workshop; Beaufort, NC.
  • November 2012, Leung, Y.-F., A. Miller, C. Smith, C. Walden-Schreiner, and K. Conlon. Citizen monitoring of park use and impacts: Exploring options. Paper presented at the 2012 North Carolina Recreation and Park Association Annual Conference, Greenville NC.
  • September 2012, Leung, Y.-F., R. Buckley, G. Hvenegaard and A Spenceley. Best Practice Guidelines for Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas (3rd Edition): An overview and discussion. Paper presented at the 2012 IUCN World Conservation Congress, Jeju Island, South Korea.
  • August 2012, Leung, Y.-F., C. Pickering, and D. N.Cole. Informal trails and fragmentation effects: A conceptual and research overview. Paper presented at the 6th International Conference on Monitoring and Management of Visitors in Recreational and Protected Areas, Stockholm, Sweden.
  • August 2012, Miller, A. and Y.-F. Leung. Community-based monitoring of tourism resources in protected areas: Typology of programs and preliminary review, Poster presented at the 2012 Conference on Public Participation in Scientific Research; Portland, OR.
  • August 2012, Walden-Schreiner, C., Y.-F. Leung, & A. Miller. Integrating geospatial technology with behavior mapping method in monitoring visitor use in open landscapes. Paper presented at the 6th International Conference on Monitoring and Management of Visitors in Recreational and Protected Areas, Stockholm, Sweden.
  • June 2012, Tsai, W.-L., Y.-F. Leung, M. R. McHale and M. F. Floyd. Developing a conceptual model and landscape metrics to link urban forest fragmentation and human health. Paper presented at the 18th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management; Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  • April 2012, Walden-Schreiner, C., Y.-F. Leung, and T. Newburger. Exploring the spatial relationship between visitor use and informal trails in Yosemite Valley meadows. Paper presented at the 2012 Northeastern Recreation Research Conference; Cooperstown, NY.
  • February 2012, Leung, Y.-F., C. Siderelis, A. Miller, and C. Walden-Schreiner. A long-term state park operations database for academic research: Examples and suggestions. Poster presented at the 34th Southeastern Recreation Research Conference; Auburn, AL.
  • January 2012, Leung, Y.-F., C. Walden-Schreiner, A. Miller, C. Smith, and W.-L. Tsai. A geospatial approach to monitoring recreational use and impacts in open landscapes: Applications for managers and community volunteers. Paper presented at the North Carolina Coastal Training Program, Managing Recreational Use of Publicly Accessible Protected Lands Workshop; Beaufort, NC.

Selected Grants/Projects

  • 2014 – 2015, Geospatial analysis of pack stock movement and grazing patterns and their relationship with meadow features and vegetation in subalpine meadows at Yosemite National Park (P.I., USDI National Park Service)
  • 2012 – 2014, Best Practice Guidelines on Sustainable Tourism in Global Protected Areas (3rd Edition) (P.I., IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and GiZ-German Society for International Cooperation)
  • 2012 – 2013, Developing a collaborative learning network for visitor impact monitoring in U.S. and Brazilian protected areas (P.I., University Global Partnership Network)
  • 2012 – 2013, Enhancing protected area management and stewardship education through participatory monitoring: prototype development for North Carolina Coastal Reserves (P.I., NCSU Extension and Engagement Seed Grant)
  • 2012 – 2013, Inventorying non-consumptive utilitarian uses of coastal resources (co-P.I., North Carolina Sea Grant, minigrant)
  • 2011 – 2013, Developing a strategy for protection of cultural sites along the shoreline of Lake Powell at Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Rainbow Bridge National Monument (co-P.I., USDI National Park Service)
  • 2010 – 2014, Understanding natural resource impacts of emerging recreation in urban forests and natural areas (P.I., USDA McIntire-Stennis Research Program)
  • 2010 – 2013, Understanding urban and community forests contributions to physical activity and health (co-P.I., USDA Forest Service)
  • 2010 – 2012, Developing methods for integrated analysis of meadow condition and informal trail data in Yosemite National Park (P.I., USDI National Park Service)
  • 2010 – 2012, A comprehensive action plan for restructuring North Carolina's licensing and permit systems (co-P.I., NC Wildlife Resources Commission)
  • 2007 – Present (continuing), Annual Information Exchange (AIX) survey of state park operations in the U.S. (P.I., National Association of State Park Directors)
  • 2007 – 2010, Geoscience in Middle Schools (co-P.I., Burroughs Wellcome Fund)
  • 2007 – 2010, Managing off-trail hiking in the Potomac Gorge (co-P.I., USDI National Park Service)

Selected University Service

  • 2012 – Present, Member, College Reappointment, Promotion and Tenure (RPT) Committee
  • 2012 – Present, Chair, Departmental Reappointment, Promotion and Tenure (RPT) Committee
  • 2011 – Present, Member, Lake Raleigh Woods Advisory Panel, NCSU
  • 2011 – 2012, Member, University Standing Committee on Physical Environment, NCSU
  • 2010 – 2011, President, Eta (NCSU) Chapter of Sigma Iota Rho Honor Society for International Studies
  • 2009 – Present, Departmental Graduate Programs Advisory Committee (Chair 2009-2011, Member 2011-Present)
  • 2009 – 2012, Member, University Standing Committee on International Programs, NCSU
  • 2008 – Present, Member, Faculty Advisory Board, NCSU Confucius Institute

Selected Professional Service

Honors/Awards

  • 2006, Outstanding Teacher Award, Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management, NCSU
  • 2003, Inducted into Sigma Iota Rho Honor Society for International Studies
  • 2000, Inducted into Rho Phil Lambda Honor Society for Recreation, Park and Leisure Studies
  • 1997, A. B. Massey Outstanding Graduate Student Award, College of Forestry and Wildlife Resources, Virginia Tech
  • 1995, Certification of Appreciation, USDA Forest Service
  • 1995, Inducted into Phi Kappa Phi Honors Society
  •