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  • Bristow, Robert
    of course, the regular statement regarding cross-posting ...... rob ________________________________ From: Gomez, Ed [egomez@odu.edu] Sent: Wednesday, February
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 20, 2013
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      From: Gomez, Ed [egomez@...]
      Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2013 3:33 PM
      To: Society of Park & Recreation Educators
      Subject: NERR Schedule posted, and Keynote Speaker

      Hello Everyone!


      On behalf of the Northeastern Recreation Research (NERR) Steering Committee, it is with great pleasure that I announce our Keynote Speaker will be Dr. Geoffrey Godbey.  Dr. Godbey is Professor Emeritus at The Pennsylvania State University and past President of the Academy of Leisure Sciences.  Recently, he has conducted research on health and demographic trends and what they mean for the future of leisure and our national parks.  Dr. Godbey’s Keynote is titled, “The Volatile Future of Outdoor Recreation.”


      The NERR schedule has been posted at our website:   www.esf.edu/nerr  - click on the AGENDA tab.


      With 74 papers, 37 posters, 4 roundtable sessions, and it’s location in Cooperstown, NY, this year’s conference has something for everyone!


      General Information.  The Symposium will be held from Sunday, April 7th through Tuesday, April 9th, 2013, at the Otesaga Resort, on Lake Otesaga in Cooperstown, New York.

      Symposium Registration.  The symposium registration form is available at:  www.esf.edu/nerr (click on the Pre-registration link or click here for a direct link http://www.esf.edu/nerr/2013/reg.htm).  All presenters are expected to register. Note that the early registration deadline is March 18, 2013.  The last date to register online will be April3, 2013.  To encourage family participation, spouses are invited to attend all symposium events (including meal functions) for a reduced rate. Individual meal tickets can also be purchased.

      Hotel Reservations. Reservations for resort accommodations can be made on-line, by fax, or mail. The Otesaga’s online registration website (http://www.esf.edu/nerr/2013/basic.htm). For more information on the hotel you can go to their website http://www.otesaga.com/Hotel/index.shtml. If you prefer to mail or fax your reservation, a reservation form is available on the NERR symposium website. For questions about lodging, call The Otesaga at 1-800-348-6222.

      The 2013 NERR Symposium promises to be a rewarding experience for researchers and practitioners alike. Hope to see you there!


      Edwin Gómez, Ph.D.,  Associate Professor

      Chair, NERR Symposium


      Coordinator, Park, Recreation & Tourism Studies Program

      Old Dominion University

      Human Movement Sciences Dept.

      Student Recreation Center, Room 2021

      Norfolk, Va 23529-0196

      Ph - 757-683-6309

      Fx - 757-683-4270


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