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Andrew Szolosi

Assistant Professor, Recreation and Sport Pedagogy
Recreation Sport Pedagogy
Lindley Hall N296

Dr. Andrew Szolosi holds the B.S and the M.S. in Recreation Studies from Ohio University. He also holds the Ph.D. in Parks, Recreation and Tourism from the University of Utah. Dr. Szolosi teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in recreation leadership, theoretical foundations of leisure and sport in society, and contemporary issues in recreation. His major research interests include restorative environments and the effect that certain types of human-nature interactions can have on individuals' cognitive capacity.   

Most Recent Publications:


Szolosi, A. (2012). Adventure programming and public health: Dreaming big or just dreaming? In B. Martin & M. Wagstaff (Eds.), Controversial issues in adventure programming (pp. 138-144). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.