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 PREE Alumni 

 

SPOTLIGHT

We think that our alumni are very special people and hold some exciting positions.  We would like to introduce you to a few of them.  Keep checking back to see who is featured and what they have to say about their Slippery Rock education.

 

Dominic Bravo, a 2004 graduate of the online Master of Science program in Park and Resource Management, is the Director of Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails.

Laurel Anders, a 1995 graduate of the environmental education program, is the Director of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission's Bureau of Boating and Access.

David Perry, a 2006 graduate of the online Master of Science program in Park and Resource Management, is the executive director of the Blue Ridge Land Conservancy in Roanoke, VA.

We invite alumni to share your stories with us so that we may highlight your accomplishments on this site.  Contact Dr. Dan Dziubek if you would like to be included.

Featured Student:
Christine Kercell

Christine Kercell - Featured Student

Parks and Recreation Program Outcomes

  • Communication
  • Graphic & Technological Communication
  • Utilization of Professional Planning Tools and Instruments
  • Problem Solving
  • Facilities Evaluation & Management
  • Visitor Services
  • Leadership
  • Administration
  • Foundations
  • Programming
  • Recreation Resource Management
  • Practical Professional Experience
  • Diversity
  • Valuing Ethical Responsibility