Methods of Planning Analysis (UW-Madison, URPL/SW 721); Fall Semester 2013.
Tourism and Outdoor Recreation Planning (UW-Madison; URPL 945); Spring Semester 2012.
Regional Economic Problem Analysis (UW-Madison; URPL/Econ/PubAff 734); last taught Fall, 2011.
Planning Workshop (UW-Madison URPL 912); last taught (Fall, 2010).
Seminar in Rural Housing (UW-Madison; URPL 944); last taught - Fall Semester 1997.
Rural Development Planning (UW-Madison; URPL 945); last taught - Spring Semester 1998.
Land Economics (University of British Columbia; FRE/Econ 374); last taught - Summer Session 2002.
Development Economics (University of British Columbia; FRE 340); last taught - Spring term 2002.
In my capacity as a State Extension Specialist, I teach adults in an array of venues throughout the State of Wisconsin. My clientele are highly varied; primarily they include county-based UW-Extension Educators, State and Local Government Officials, resource management professionals, private-sector entrepreneurs, and the general public. My primary outreach teaching and technical assistance are focused within the following three thematic areas:
Amenities and Rural Development Planning, current and ongoing programming area.
Integrative Tourism & Recreation Planning, current and ongoing programming area
Natural Resource Economics and Policy Analysis, current and ongoing programming area.
In addition, I participate in global outreach opportunities that have taken me across the United States, Canada, Australia, Norway, Sweden, France, Belgium, Italy, Turkey, the Philippines, and China (Both PRC and ROC - Taiwan).
Relevant to the three Outreach Teaching programs listed above, here are some specific resources that relate to a current initiative to better address the contemporary issue-set involved with the Economic Values and Local Impacts of Natural Resources:
Factsheets for the General Public:
Applied Research Case Studies:
Others are listed on my Publications page under "Recent Technical Reports"