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College of Natural Resources

Edwin Lindsay

Assistant Professor

Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management

Biltmore Hall (Robertson Wing) 4012E

919-515-8597

Education

North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina.  1999

  • Doctorate of Adult and Community College Education

North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina. 1993

  • Master of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management

North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina.  B.S. 1991

  • Biological Sciences

Recent Courses Taught

  • PRT 200 Exploring Leisure Alternatives
  • PRT 266 Introduction to Sports Management
  • PRT 366 Recreational Sport Management
  • PRT 380 Analysis and Evaluation in Parks and Recreation
  • PRT 380 Analysis and Evaluation in Parks and Recreation Laboratory
  • PRT 359 Leadership and Supervision in Recreation
  • PRT 359 Leadership and Supervision Laboratory
  • REC 200 Program Planning for Leisure Services
  • REC 350 Research Methods and Design
  • REC 310 Commercial Recreation
  • REC 297 Seminar Methods in Recreation
  • REC 320 Introduction to Travel and Tourism
  • REC 324 Management in Leisure Service Delivery Systems
  • REC 298 Field Experience and Community Recreation/Professional Involvement
  • PE 411 Organization and Administration in Physical Education
  • PE 217 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries

Selected Publications

“Reconceptualizing the “Get Tough” Approach to Classroom Discipline for African-American Students in Physical Education and Recreation”  (2001 Illinois Schools Journal Publication)

“High School Participants’ Perceptions of the Impact of Adventure Education on Trust, Self-Esteem, Team Building and Relationships.” (2000 Chair of Tammy R. Johnson Thesis Committee)

LEISURE AND AGING: A THEORERTICAL AND PRACTICAL GUIDE, Chapter Revision. Microcomputers: Myth, Mystery, Mastery, Dubuque: Kendall Hunt, 2nd edition, 1996.

An Analysis of a Measure of Teaching Styles, Learning Styles and the Uses of Educational Technology (Dissertation, 1999).

Selected Presentations

“Cultural Diversity in Recreation” (School of Sport Management 2002)

“Program Evaluation” (School of Sport Management 2002)

“Politics in Recreation” (School of Sport Management 2002)

“Media Relations in Recreation” (School of Sport Management 2002)

“Marketing Techniques” (School of Sport Management 2002)

Awards

2009 – Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management Outstanding Sport Management Teacher Award for the 2008-09 academic year

2007 – Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management Outstanding Teacher Award for the 2007-08 academic year

Fall 1998 – Faculty “Coach for the Day”, N.C. State vs. Florida State (September 12, 1998)

1991-1993 – Patricia Roberts Harris Fellowship Recipient

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