Hosted by the Graduate Association of Recreation and Leisure Studies (GARLS), the Graduate Leisure Research Symposium offers the opportunity for graduate students in the wide-ranging fields of recreation, leisure, tourism studies, and therapeutic recreation to come together and share research and ideas.
Held by students for students, the Symposium is a forum for graduate students to present their research, both finished or in progress, in the form of a presentation or poster.
This year’s theme, “Making a Difference?” provides authors with the opportunity to submit research related to various topics in recreation, leisure and tourism, while being critical of the implications and value of what we do and if indeed our research makes a difference.
Featuring keynote by:
Chair of Graduate Programming in Tourism
Thompson Rivers University (TRU)
British Columbia, Canada
For details, including updated schedule and locations, visit Graduate Leisure Research Symposium.