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Ph.D., Recreation Administration and Youth and Community Development , Univ. of Illinois, 2005.
M.A., Recreation Administration, Univ. of Southern Illinois Carbondale, 2001.
B.A., Recreation Administration, Univ. of Southern Illinois Carbondale, 1998. Associate of Sciences, Belleville (Illinois) Area College, 1999.
Associate of Arts, Belleville (Illinois) Area College, 1996.
Dr. Schaumleffel’s research interests include community recreation, rural recreation development, youth and community development, nonprofit management, fiscal management of rural and small-town agencies, camp management, outdoor recreation, and aquatics. He is an active participant and leader in various campus and community activities including work with the Center for Public Service and Community Engagement, Indiana Campus Compact, Boy Scouts of America, the Red Cross, Recreation Development Network, Senior Olympics, Special Olympics, and many others.
“My first year on faculty at ISU, I had a student who wanted to convert my RCSM-447 course into an Honor's section of the course. The RCSM-447-H course with this Honor's student resulted in a published article and a conference poster presentation of our work. Also, I serve as Campus Executive Director of the American Humanics (AH) Nonprofit Organization Management Certificate Program at ISU. Honors students may elect to earn the AH certificate as their Honor's concentration through the Civic Leadership concentration.”
Recreation and Sports Management Conversion Classes
“Be passionate. Emerge yourself in your education and profession! Most importantly, get to know your professors.” -Dr. Schaumleffel