Parks & Recreation Magazine’s publisher talks about this month’s cover story on the disconnect between academia and practice in parks and recreation, how learning has evolved and the questions we need to ask regarding the role of traditional education in today’s modern workplace.
Parks & Recreation Magazine’s publisher talks about two feature articles in this month’s issues and how their implications can affect parks and recreation nationwide.
NRPA's vice president of marketing, communications and publishing talks about the content of the May issue and how some not-so-obvious techniques might provide opportunities for making connections in your community.
Parks & Recreation Magazine’s publisher discusses the health impacts of overly busy lifestyles and introduces articles in this month’s Health and Wellness issue that cover health advancements for the field of parks and recreation.
Park and recreation professionals have an important role in shaping healthy communities.
Gina Mullins-Cohen, NRPA’s vice president of marketing, communications and publishing, discusses the burgeoning trend of adult sports and the opportunities this opens for park agencies.
Gina Mullins-Cohen, NRPA's vice president of marketing, communications and publishing, shares viewpoints she's heard from park directors across the country on the challenges associated with homeless people living in parks.
Is it time for us as a society to redefine the image of our senior citizens?
Gina Mullins-Cohen, NRPA's Vice President of Marketing, Communications and Publishing, shares how conservation is essential to the mission of park and recreation agencies nationwide.