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Steve Langsner

Steve Langsner

Associate Professor, Recreation and Sport Management

College of Education and Health Professions

(HHPR)-Health, Human Performance, & Recreation

Phone: 479-575-4139

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Dr. Langsner earned a B.S. in Psychology from Springfield College (MA) in 1976, an M.S. in Urban Recreation & Leisure Studies from the University of Baltimore (MD) in 1981, and a Doctor of Recreation degree from Indiana University (IN) in 1986. He was a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist practicing for nearly seven years in diverse psychiatric settings with a variety of people with various disabilities. He also spent many years overseas working in the cruise line industry. He has been a faculty member in higher education for 29 years, three at the University of Delaware and 26 here at the University of Arkansas where he holds the rank of Associate Professor with tenure. He was named the 1997 and 2004 Department of Health Science, Kinesiology, Recreation and Dance (renamed Health, Human Performance and Recreation) Outstanding Teacher and received the 2004 Outstanding Faculty Award for Teaching in the College of Education and Health Professions.

Dr. Langsner has been and is currently an active member or chair of committees at the department, college and university levels related to Athletics, Faculty Grievance and ROTC Programs Committee to name a few. He is a past Editor of the Classroom Learning Activities Section of SCHOLE, the Society of Park and Recreation Educators' scholarly journal.  He is a professional member of the Arkansas Recreation and Parks Association and the World Leisure Organization.

Re.D., Indiana University, Therapeutic Recreation, 1986
M.S., University of Baltimore, Urban Recreation and Leisure Studies, 1981
B.S., Springfield College, Psychology 1976

Chapters in Books

Langsner, S.J. (2004). Home Brewing. In G.S. Cross, G. Chick, & J.W. Loy (Eds.) Encyclopedia

of Recreation and Leisure in America. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. pp. 441-444.

 

Langsner, S.J.   (1997). Continuing professional education in therapeutic recreation. In D. Compton (Ed.). Issues in Therapeutic Recreation: Toward the New Millennium. (2nd Edition).  Champaign, IL: Sagamore Publishers. pp. 211-235.

 

Leslie, J., Fink, A., Borders, L., Langsner, S., & Reedy, A. (1986). Explore: A challenge education leadership model with behavior disordered children. In J. Wilke & G. Robb (Eds.), Leadership and Professional Development Programs at Indiana University’s Center for Outdoor Education, Camping, and Leadership Development: Bradford Woods (pp. 19-23). Indiana University, Department of Recreation and Park Administration.

 

Articles in Professional Journals

Lee, M.S. & Langsner, S.J. (2011). Effects of participation in sport activity on social support and disability `                acceptance in individuals with spinal cord injury. Korean Journal of Adapted Physical Activity.               19(2), 91-102

Lee, M.S. & Langsner, S.J. (2010). The effect of leisure activity on we-ness and job stress of workers.            Korean Society of Leisure & Recreation Journal of Leisure and Recreation Studies, 34(1), 227-        236.

 

Langsner, S.J. (2001). Teaching the art of teaching. Expanding Horizons in Therapeutic Recreation XIX,

179-181.

 

Langsner, S.J. (2001). Midwest practitioners’ perceptions of program relevance and sophistication in TR

continuing professional education. Expanding Horizons in Therapeutic Recreation XIX, 61-74.

 

Langsner, S.J. (1994). Deterrents to participation in continuing professional education and implications for future educational program planning. Resources in Education.  Washington, DC:  ERIC Clearinghouse on Teaching and Teacher Education. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 369 738).   

 

Langsner, S.J. (1994) Deterrents to participation in continuing professional education: A survey of the

NTRS. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 28(3), 147-162.

 

Langsner, S.J. (1993). Reasons for participation in continuing professional education: A survey of the

NTRS. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 27(4), 262-273.

 

Langsner, S.J. (1993). The value of knowing why TR practitioners participate in continuing professional

education. Expanding Horizons in Therapeutic Recreation XV, 13-27.

 

Langsner, S.J. & Moiseichik, M. (1992, February). A survey of therapeutic recreation service provision in the state of Arkansas. Arkansas Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 27(1), 20-22.

 

Langsner, S.J. & Anderson, S.C. (1987). Outdoor challenge education and self-esteem and locus of control

of children with behavior disorders. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 4(3), 237-246.

 

Langsner, S.J. (1984). Professional development in therapeutic recreation: Continuing education provides

non-obsolescence. Profile: Journal of the Indiana Parks & Recreation Association, (3), 30 & 35.

 

Technical Reports

 

Langsner, S.J. & Hedges, M. (1991). A profile of the Arkansas Recreation and Park Association and their reasons for participation in continuing professional education. (Extension Technical Bulletin No. 148-300-10-91). Little Rock: University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service.

 

Moiseichik, M., Langsner, S.J., & Hedges, M. (1991). A survey of municipal recreation in the State of Arkansas. (Technical Bulletin No. 144, Parks & Recreation Series). Little Rock: University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service.

 

Other Articles and Reports

 

Langsner, S.J. (2006, April). College of Education and Health Professions Student Learning Outcomes          Assessment Plan: Guide, Tutorial, Information Booklet (Version #1). Office of the Associate Dean              for Academic Affairs, College of Education and Health Profession, University of Arkansas.

 

Langsner, S.J. (2003, March). U of A Recreation Program hosts the 7th annual Tri-States Therapeutic Recreation Consortium Student Advance. Arkansas Therapeutic Recreation Society Newsletter, 9(1), 6.

 

Langsner, S.J. (2001). Internship in college teaching: Mentoring teaching proficiency.  Society of Parks and

Recreation Educators Newsletter, 25(2), 19-20.

 

Langsner, S.J. (1999, May). Standard changes for entry level NCTRC Certification. The Quarterly

Newsletter of the Arkansas Recreation and Park Association, 2, 3.

 

White, A., & Langsner, S.J. (1999, February). Ladies and gentlemen!!!! What will you bid for the next

item? The Quarterly Newsletter of the Arkansas Recreation and Park Association, 6.

 

Langsner, S.J. (1998, September). National TR associations: Working to bridge the gap. The Quarterly

Newsletter of the Arkansas Recreation and Park Association, 1, 9.

 

Langsner, S.J. (1998, June). UAF Hosts The 3rd annual Tri-States TR Consortium Student Advance.

Arkansas Therapeutic Recreation Society Newsletter, 9.

 

Langsner, S.J. (1998, May). Announcing the 3rd annual Tri-States TR Consortium Student Advance. The

Quarterly Newsletter of the Arkansas Recreation and Park Association, 5.

 

Langsner, S.J. (1998). State and Regional Advisory Council report. NTRS Report, 23(1), 30-36.

 

Langsner, S.J. (1997). State and Regional Advisory Council report. NTRS Report, 22(4), 21-28.

 

Langsner, S.J. (1997). State and Regional Advisory Council report. NTRS Report, 22(3), 14-22.

 

Langsner, S.J. (June, 1997). Therapeutic recreation notes. The Quarterly Newsletter of the Arkansas

Recreation and Park Association, 11.

 

Langsner, S.J. (1997). State and Regional Advisory Council report. NTRS Report, 22(2), 25-32.

 

Langsner, S.J. (1997). State and Regional Advisory Council report. NTRS Report, 22(1), 25-32.

 

Hughes, J. & Langsner, S.J. (1994, June). Therapeutic recreation in transition. The Quarterly Newsletter

of the Arkansas Recreation and Park Association, 5.

 

Langsner, S.J. (1994). Research proposals awarded funding by NTRS. NTRS Report, 19(3), 3.

 

Langsner, S.J. (1994). Factors preventing TR professionals from participating in continuing professional

education and what can be done about it. NTRS Report, 19(3), 4-5.

 

Langsner, S.J. (1994, February). Participation barriers of TR practitioners to continuing professional

education. The Quarterly Newsletter of the Arkansas Recreation and Park Association, 7, 11.

 

Langsner, S.J. (1993, June). What motivates participation of TR professionals in continuing professional

education? The Quarterly Newsletter of the Arkansas Recreation and Park Association, 6.

 

Langsner, S.J. (1993). Why TR professionals participate in continuing professional education and why we

would want to know. NTRS Report, 18(2), 6-7.

 

Langsner, S.J. (1992). Letter to the editors - Therapeutic Recreation: A notion for a unified profession.

Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 26(3), 9-12.

 

Langsner, S.J. (1991, May). 1990-1991 Annual Report of the Recreation Program, Department of Health Science, Kinesiology, Recreation and Dance. Fayetteville, AR: College of Education, University of Arkansas.

 

Langsner, S.J. (1990, May). 1989-1990 Annual Report of the Recreation Program, Department of Health Science, Kinesiology, Recreation and Dance. Fayetteville, AR: College of Education, University of Arkansas.

 

Langsner, S.J., Moiseichik, M., & Selin, S. (1990). A New Program Entitled Doctor of Philosophy in Recreation:  A Proposal for a New Program Submitted to the Department of Higher Education by the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Fayetteville, AR: College of Education, University of Arkansas.

 

Langsner, S.J. (1986). Outdoor challenge education and self-esteem and locus of control of children with behavior disorders. (Dissertation), Microform Publications. Eugene, OR:  College of Human Development and Performance, University of Oregon, 1987.

 

Langsner, S.J. & Anderson, S.C. (1986). Outdoor challenge education and children with behavior disorders. In J.J. Trap (Ed.), Proceedings of the Third Big Ten Therapeutic Recreation Research Colloquium, 25-33. Columbus, OH: Phoenix Press.

 

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS:

National or International Meetings or Conferences

 

Brown, B., Parpa, K., Jurney, L., Gorman, D., Langsner, S., Hunt, S., & DiBrezzo, R. The physical attributes required of firefighters are similar to athletes and can be developed in a relatively short time period using incentive programs. The World Congress Sport for All, Rome, Italy. November 12, 2004.

 

Williams, T.L., & Langsner, S.J. Preparing future recreation and leisure professionals. Poster Session. Leisure Research Symposium, National Congress for Recreation and Parks, Reno, Nevada. October 12, 2004

 

Hill, V.J., Hughes, J.S., & Langsner, S.J. Adventures in an Outdoor Learning Laboratory. Seventh Biennial

Coalition for Education in the Outdoors Research Symposium, Bradford Woods Outdoor Education Center, Martinsville, Indiana. January 10, 2004.

 

Langsner, S.J., & Tindell, E.M. (Accepted). Striving to Maintain Certification: Non-Traditional Approaches for Earning CEUs.  NTRS Institute, National Congress for Recreation and Parks, Denver, Colorado. October 3, 2001 (Not presented due to illness and the events of 09/11/01).

 

Langsner, S.J., Mentoring Students in the Art of Teaching. 2001 SPRE Teaching Institute, Salt Lake City, Utah. February 9, 2001.

 

Langsner, S.J., & Rush, J.C.  Continuing Education in Therapeutic Recreation: What Practitioners Want and How They Should Get It.  NTRS Institute, National Congress for Recreation and Parks, Phoenix, Arizona. October 12, 2000.

 

McWhorter, R., & Langsner, S.J., Eco-Tourism: Training your Guides. National Congress for Recreation and Parks, Nashville, Tennessee. October 23, 1999.

 

Langsner, S.J., Identifying Participation Deterrents in Continuing Professional Education. NTRS Institute, National Congress for Recreation and Parks, Minneapolis, Minnesota. October 15, 1994.

 

Langsner, S.J., & Gorman, D., Guidelines for Field Work and Internship Experiences in Therapeutic Recreation and Adapted Physical Education. American Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance National Convention and Exposition, Denver, Colorado. April 16, 1994.

 

Langsner, S.J., Deterrents to Participation in Continuing Professional Education & Implications for future Educational Program Planning (Report on National Findings).  American Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance National Convention and Exposition, Denver, Colorado. April 15, 1994.

 

 

Langsner, S.J., Reasons for Participation in Continuing Professional Education: A Survey of the National Therapeutic Recreation Society. NTRS Institute, National Congress for Recreation and Parks, Cincinnati, Ohio. October 16, 1992.

 

Trexler, M., & Langsner, S.J., Leisure Activity Preferences and Perceived Stress in College Students. The International Conference on Leisure and Mental Health. Salt Lake City, Utah. July 10, 1992.

 

Langsner, S.J., The Value of Knowing Why TR Practitioners Participate in Continuing Professional Education. Indiana University Institute on Therapeutic Recreation. Bloomington, Indiana. June 5, 1992.

 

Gorman, D., Langsner, S.J., & DiBrezzo, R., Motor Skill Experiences for Children with Mild Handicaps. The 8th International Symposium on Adapted Physical Activity. Miami, Florida. November 19, 1991.

 

Langsner, S.J., Outdoor Challenge Education and Self-Esteem and Locus of Control of Children with Behavior Disorders. National Recreation and Park congress, Anaheim, California. October 19, 1986.

 

Langsner, S.J., & Hamilton, E. Model Outdoor Program: Alternatives for Leadership Development and Challenge Education. National Recreation and Park Association Congress, Dallas, Texas. October 26, 1985.

 

Regional, State, or Local Meetings or Conferences

 

Langsner, S.J., & Jensen, T. Peer Evaluation in Group Work. University of Arkansas’s Wally Cordes Teaching & Faculty Support Center Retreat on Teaching. WinRock Center, Petit Jean, Arkansas.  August 2, 2011.

 

Langsner, S.J., & Lux, C. Addressing Student Test Anxiety. University of Arkansas’s Wally Cordes Teaching & Faculty Support Center Retreat on Teaching. Eureka Springs, Arkansas.  July 26, 2004.

 

Langsner, S.J., & Brescia, W. Leading Discussion: Let Others Talk Too. University of Arkansas’s Wally Cordes Teaching & Faculty Support Center Retreat on Teaching. Eureka Springs, Arkansas.  July 30, 2003.

 

Langsner, S.J. Processing Experience to Enhance Personal Growth and Development in Program Participants. Lake Wedington Challenge Course Facilitator Training, University of Arkansas. Fayetteville, Arkansas. April 5, 2003

 

Langsner, S.J., & Morris, D. Leisure Satisfaction, Stress, and Stress Related Outcomes. Arkansas Therapeutic Recreation Society Annual Conference. Hot Springs, Arkansas. March 6, 2003.

 

Langsner, S.J., & Gay, D. Academic Honesty Issues: How to Avoid Problems, Detect Violations and Deal With Them. University of Arkansas Teaching & Faculty Support Center Retreat on Teaching. Eureka Springs, Arkansas.  July 31, 2002.

 

Morris, D., & Langsner, S.J.  Managing Stress Through Leisure and Behavior Change. Therapeutic Recreation Symposium for the Southwest. Lafayette, Louisiana. March 22, 2002.

 

Morris, D., & Langsner, S.J.  Guided Exercise for Senior Adults. Therapeutic Recreation Symposium for the Southwest. Lafayette, Louisiana. March 22, 2002.

 

Morris, D., & Langsner, S.J., Stress Management Through Behavior Change. Midwest Symposium on Therapeutic Recreation. St. Louis, Missouri. April 25, 2001.

 

Langsner, S.J., Coordinator, 2001 Therapeutic Recreation Teaching Institute. Midwest Symposium on Therapeutic Recreation. St. Louis, Missouri. April 24, 2001.

 

Langsner, S.J., Continuing Education in TR: What Midwestern Practitioners Really Want. Midwest Symposium on Therapeutic Recreation. St. Louis, Missouri. April 23, 2001.

 

Langsner, S.J., & Ashton-Shaeffer, C., Opening General Session: Marketing Therapeutic Recreation Using a Benefits Approach. Therapeutic Recreation Symposium for the Southwest. Little Rock, Arkansas. March 16, 2001.

 

Langsner, S.J., The Struggle to Maintain Certification: Transcending the Traditional Way of Earning CEUs. Arkansas Recreation and Park Association Annual Fall Conference. Bismarck, Arkansas. September 7, 2000.

 

Langsner, S.J., Processing Experience to Enhance Personal Growth & Development in Program Participants. Arkansas Recreation and Park Association Annual Fall Conference. West Memphis, Arkansas. September 24, 1999.

 

Langsner, S.J., Teaching the Art of Teaching.  Therapeutic Recreation Teaching Institute. Midwest Symposium on Therapeutic Recreation. St. Louis, Missouri. April 27, 1999.

 

Killingsworth, C., Langsner, S.J., Thompson, M.G., & Robertson, T.  Coordinators, 1999 Therapeutic Recreation Teaching Institute. Midwest Symposium on Therapeutic Recreation. St. Louis, Missouri. April 27, 1999.

 

Langsner, S.J., Facilitating Change and Development in Program Participants. NRPA Midwest/Southwest Regional Leadership & Professional Training Institute. Fayetteville, Arkansas. March 29, 1999.

 

Killingsworth, C., Langsner, S.J., Robertson, T., & Thompson, G. Professional Issues Panel Discussion Reaction Group. 2nd Annual Tri-State TR Consortium Student Advance. Southwest Missouri State University, Springfield, Missouri. September 19, 1997.

               

Moiseichik, M., Langsner, S.J., McWhorter, R., Riley, K., Hughes, J., Shoppach, M., Bodey, K., & Swingle, J. Opening General Session1 Roundtable: Issues 1997. Arkansas Recreation and Park Association Fall Conference. Hot Springs, Arkansas. September 16, 1997.

 

Langsner, S.J., & McWhorter, R. Issues and Trends: TR Resources on the World Wide Web. Arkansas Recreation and Park Association Fall Conference. Pine Bluff, Arkansas. September 23, 1996.

 

Langsner, S.J., Finding Innovative Teaching Tips on the Internet. University of Arkansas Teaching & Faculty Support Center Retreat on Teaching. Wagoner, Oklahoma.  August 1, 1996.

 

Langsner, S.J., Thompson, M.G., & Robertson, T.  Tri-Coordinators, 1996 Therapeutic Recreation Teaching Institute. Midwest Symposium on Therapeutic Recreation. St. Louis, Missouri. April 30, 1996.

 

Langsner, S.J., Working with a “Net”: Surfing Sources on Innovative Teaching.  Therapeutic Recreation Teaching Institute. Midwest Symposium on Therapeutic Recreation. St. Louis, Missouri. April 30, 1996.

 

Langsner, S.J., Current Trends and Career Opportunities in the Cruise Ship Industry. Student Lecture Series of the Department of Recreation and Park Administration, Western Illinois University. Macomb, Illinois. April 20, 1995.

 

Thompson, M.G., & Langsner, S.J., Co-Coordinators, 1995 Therapeutic Recreation Teaching Institute. Midwest Symposium on Therapeutic Recreation. Springfield, Illinois. April 22, 1995.

 

Zoerink, D., Nagle, C.M., Thompson, M.G., & Langsner, S.J., NTRS Forum: A Membership Update of NTRS Direction and Focus.  Midwest Symposium on Therapeutic Recreation. Springfield, Illinois. April 22, 1995.

 

Langsner, S.J., Deterrents to Participation in Continuing Professional Education. (Report on Midwest Regional Findings). Midwest Symposium on Therapeutic Recreation. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. April 27, 1994.

 

Langsner, S.J., Continuing Professional Education in Therapeutic Recreation: Deterrents to Participation and Implications for Future Program Planning. (Report on Southern Regional Findings). Southern District, American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Convention. Nashville, Tennessee. January 28, 1994.

 

Langsner, S.J., Processing Experiences in Therapeutic Recreation. Arkansas Recreation and Park Association Fall Conference. Hot Springs, Arkansas. September 20, 1993.

 

Langsner, S.J., Reasons Why TR Specialists Participate in Continuing Professional Education. (Report on Midwest Regional Findings). Midwest Symposium on Therapeutic Recreation. Springfield, Illinois. April 13, 1992.    

 

Langsner, S.J. Reasons TR Practitioners Participate in Continuing Professional Education: Applying the Research. (Report on Southwest Regional Findings). The Therapeutic Recreation Symposium for the Southwest. Tulsa, Oklahoma. March 26, 1992.

 

Langsner, S.J., Therapeutic Recreation And How It Can Be Used To Facilitate Maximum Independence. The “Feature Attractions to Help Your Practice” Workshop. Sponsored by ICAN Technology Access Center for Independent Living at Lifestyles, ICAN Technology Access Center for Language and Learning at Easter Seals, and the Northwest Arkansas Rehabilitation Hospital. Fayetteville, Arkansas. February 14, 1992.

 

Langsner, S.J., Legislation and Therapeutic Recreation: Implications for Professional Practice. Arkansas Recreation and Park Association Fall Conference. West Memphis, Arkansas. November 18, 1991.

 

Langsner, S.J., Reasons Arkansas Recreation Practitioners Participate in Continuing Professional Education. General Session Address. Arkansas Recreation and Park Association Fall Conference. West Memphis, Arkansas. November 18, 1991.

 

Langsner, S.J., & Gorman, D., Creative and Cooperative Motor Skill Experiences for Children with Mild Mental Retardation. American Association for Mental Retardation Region V Conference. Little Rock, Arkansas. October 3, 1990.

 

Langsner, S.J., The State of Therapeutic Recreation Practice in Arkansas. Arkansas Recreation and Park Association Fall Conference. Ft. Smith, Arkansas. September 26, 1990.

 

Langsner, S.J., & Leslie, J., Competency Development of Special Educators in Outdoor Challenge Education for Children with Behavior Disorders. Eastern District Association Conference of the American Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. Hartford, Connecticut. February 27, 1987.

 

Langsner, S.J., Outdoor Challenge Education: Innovative Programming for Behavior Disorders. Therapeutic Recreation Branch of the Maryland Recreation and Parks Association Conference on Innovative Programming. Catonsville, Maryland. January 7, 1987.

 

Langsner, S.J., & Anderson, S.C., Outdoor Challenge Education and Children with Behavior Disorders. Third Big Ten Therapeutic Recreation Research Colloquium. The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. June 6, 1986.

 

Langsner, S.J., Ranson, D., & Ratner, H., Changing Direction: Career Alternatives in the Leisure Profession. Maryland Conference on Parks and Leisure Services. Ocean City, Maryland. April 21, 1983.

Grants:

External Funding

Langsner, S.J., Assessing Practitioner Needs for Program Content and Presentation Sophistication in Therapeutic Recreation Continuing Professional Education. $1,161.00. Funded April 20, 1999 by the National Therapeutic Recreation Society.

Wright, D., Moiseichik, M., & Langsner, S.J., Outreach Family Enrichment Program. $19,800.00. Funded

April 21, 1997 by the ADH/Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention.

 

Hughes, J., Moiseichik, M., & Langsner, S.J., Outreach Family Enrichment Program. $19,689.00. Funded

April 23, 1996 by the ADH/Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention.

 

Moiseichik, M., McWhorter, R., & Langsner, S.J., Lake Leatherwood Needs Assessment. $3,000.00.

Funded September 27, 1994 by the City of Eureka Springs Parks Commission.

 

Langsner, S.J., Assessing Reasons for Participation in Continuing Professional Education.  $600.00.

Funded September 27, 1990 by the Arkansas Recreation and Park Association.

 

Internal Funding

 

Langsner, S.J., Faculty Teaching Retreat Grant. $400.00. Funded July 28, 2004 by the University of Arkansas Teaching and Faculty Support Center.

 

Langsner, S.J., Faculty Teaching Retreat Grant. $400.00. Funded July 31, 2003 by the University of Arkansas Teaching and Faculty Support Center.

 

Langsner, S.J., Faculty Teaching Retreat Grant. $400.00. Funded August 1, 2002 by the University of Arkansas Teaching and Faculty Support Center.

 

Langsner, S.J., Charles and Nadine Baum Teaching Grant. $400.00.  Funded April 26, 2002 by the University of Arkansas Teaching Academy for the Enhancement of Teaching Effectiveness.

 

Langsner, S.J., Charles and Nadine Baum Teaching Grant. $480.00.  Funded April 12, 2001 by the University of Arkansas Teaching Academy for the Enhancement of Teaching Effectiveness.

 

Langsner, S.J. 2001 Faculty Development Travel Funds Award. $300.00. Funded February 23, 2001 by the College of Education and Health Professions Office of the Associate Dean for Research, Graduate Studies and Faculty Development.

 

Langsner, S.J. Mullins Library Book Grant. $850.00. Funded December 1, 2000 by the University of Arkansas Mullins Library.

 

Morris, D., & Langsner, S.J., Influence of Recreation Participation on College Students' Perceived Stress and Stress-Related Outcomes. $800.00. Funded November 6, 2000 by the Department of Health Science, Kinesiology, and Recreation Mini-Grant Program.

 

Langsner, S.J., Faculty Teaching Retreat Grant. $400.00. Funded August 1, 2000 by the University of Arkansas Teaching and Faculty Support Center.

 

Langsner, S.J., Charles and Nadine Baum Teaching Grant. $615.00.  Funded June 16, 2000 by the University of Arkansas Teaching Academy for the Enhancement of Teaching Effectiveness.

 

Langsner, S.J., Faculty Teaching Retreat Grant. $500.00. Funded July 23, 1999 by the University of Arkansas Teaching and Faculty Support Center.

 

Langsner, S.J., Assessing Practitioner Needs for Program Content and Presentation Sophistication in Therapeutic Recreation Continuing Professional Education. $1,161.00. Funded Match, May 5, 1999 by the Department of Health Science, Kinesiology, and Recreation Mini-Grant Program.

 

Langsner, S.J., Charles and Nadine Baum Teaching Grant. $610.00.  Funded May 1, 1998 by the University of Arkansas Teaching Academy for the Enhancement of Teaching Effectiveness.

 

Langsner, S.J., Faculty Teaching Retreat Grant. $500.00. Funded August 1, 1997 by the University of Arkansas Teaching and Faculty Support Center.

 

Langsner, S.J., Faculty Teaching Retreat Grant. $500.00. Funded August 2, 1996 by the University of Arkansas Teaching and Faculty Support Center.

 

Langsner, S.J., Faculty Teaching Retreat Grant. $1,000.00. Funded August 4, 1995 by the University of Arkansas Teaching and Faculty Support Center.

 

Langsner, S.J., & Moiseichik, M., Assessing Practitioner Needs for Program Content and Presentation Sophistication in Therapeutic Recreation Continuing Professional Education. $1,300.00. Funded December 15, 1993 by the Department of Health Science, Kinesiology, and Recreation Mini-Grant Program.

 

Langsner, S.J., Teaching Enhancement Grant. $2,000.00. Funded December 8, 1993 by the University of Arkansas Teaching and Faculty Support Center.

 

Langsner, S.J. Assessing Deterrents to Participation in Continuing Professional Education: A Survey of the National Therapeutic Recreation Society. $1,400.00. Funded November 19, 1992 by a College of Education Mini-Grant Program.

 

Langsner, S.J. An Interactive Computer Software Approach to Logistical Program Planning for Leisure Service Delivery systems. $670.00. Funded January 27, 1992 by the University of Arkansas Teaching Academy for the Enhancement of Teaching Effectiveness.

 

Trexler, M., & Langsner, S.J., Leisure Activity Preferences and Perceived Stress of University Students. $1,050.00. Funded July 1, 1991by a College of Education Mini-Grant Program.

 

Langsner, S.J., Assessing Reasons for Participation in Continuing Professional Education: A Survey of the National Therapeutic Recreation Association. $1,695.00. Funded July 1, 1991 by a College of Education Mini-Grant Program.

 

Langsner, S.J., The Recreation Professorate: A Study of the Relationship Between Organizational Features of College Departments of Recreation and the Faculty Teaching in Them. $1,705.00. Funded July 1, 1990 by a College of Education Mini-Grant Program.

 

Langsner, S.J., & Moiseichik, M. The State of Therapeutic Recreation in Arkansas: Current Programs and Professional Practice. $1,368.00. Funded January 15, 1990 by a College of Education Mini-Grant Program.

 

Moiseichik, M. & Langsner, S.J., Arkansas Municipal Recreation Pilot Study. $1,300.00. Funded January 15, 1990 by a College of Education Mini-Grant Program.