Eva Dodsworth's research interests include deep mapping historical cartographic material and Historical Geographic Information Systems (HGIS).
Sebastian Filep’s research focuses on investigations of individual well-being, happiness, and flourishing in tourism contexts, primarily drawing from the field of positive psychology.
Troy Glover's research explores the role(s) of leisure in advancing or deterring community, primarily through the development of social capital and transformative placemaking.
Tom Griffin examines residents' participation in tourism, particularly through hosting friends and relatives, and implications for destination marketing, placemaking, and community integration.
Cathy McAllister is interested in finding ways to connect children, nature and their communities. Her doctoral thesis for the University of Waterloo’s School of Planning was entitled: “Where have all the children gone? Community, Nature and the Child Friendly City.”
Diana Parry's research advances social justice by advocating for a holistic understanding and conceptualization of health for women.
Zara Rafferty focuses on experiential education, child and youth development, inclusion, leisure, and the arts.
Bill Stewart's goals for both teaching and research are to facilitate the development of parks and other environmental settings to improve quality of life and community well being.