The Department of Outdoor Leadership provides students with adventure-based, dynamic, and experiential education.
Students gain knowledge through field and practical experience, course work, research, and service opportunities. Faculty and staff offer interdisciplinary education by integrating the academic disciplines of adventure-based education, leadership, health, behavioural science, and psychology. Graduates from the Department of Outdoor Leadership are able to work effectively in exciting and rewarding fields.
Faculty & Staff
David DelafieldAssistant Professor of Outdoor Leadership
Trina HoskingAdministrative Assistant and First Year Advisor, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Kevin KiersChair of Outdoor Leadership, Assistant Professor of Outdoor Leadership
John McDowellDean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Professor of English
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