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Former Eppley Staff Members Continue to Make Impacts on New Career Paths

Eppley, as a unit of Indiana University, is committed to the ongoing growth and development of our staff. In a way, many of the staff are continuing their learning journey by design at Eppley as we continue our mission. This approach benefits agencies, communities, individual… Read More »Former Eppley Staff Members Continue to Make Impacts on New Career Paths

Eppley Institute’s System Master Plans Address Diversity, Aging, and Climate Change in Various U.S. Communities

The Eppley Institute for Parks and Public Lands is working on system master plans for the communities of Huntingburg and Morgantown, Indiana; Aurora, Colorado; and is in the completion stages with Monroe County, Indiana. System master planning is a complex process that involves data collection,… Read More »Eppley Institute’s System Master Plans Address Diversity, Aging, and Climate Change in Various U.S. Communities

Eppley Continues 25 Years of Research on Competencies for Parks and Public Lands

The Eppley Institute for Parks and Public Lands has been researching competencies for parks, recreation, and public lands since 1998 when it completed research for the National Park Service on training needs for maintenance, onboarding, exhibit specialists, and administration.¬†Competency research on partnerships and fundraising, interpretation,… Read More »Eppley Continues 25 Years of Research on Competencies for Parks and Public Lands

Eppley Supports NPS Accessibility Efforts at Historic Sites

Eppley Institute completed accessibility assessments this spring at Harpers Ferry National Historic Park, Fort Monroe National Monument, and Fort Donelson National Battlefield. While each site has its own considerations to address, each plays a role in telling a different part of Civil War and pre-Civil… Read More »Eppley Supports NPS Accessibility Efforts at Historic Sites

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