College of Education, Health and Human Sciences College of Education, Health and Human Sciences
University of Memphis Photo
Publications

MICHAEL GLENN HUFFMAN

Assoc Professor

Health Sport Sciences

Office Location: 265 Fieldhouse

Phone: (901) 678-2474

Email: mhuffman@memphis.edu

    • Article, Cruse, Dale and Huffman, Michael G. "Adding Youth Adventure Programs to Municipal Recreation". Proceedings of the Intermountain Leisure Research Symposium, November, 1983. Refereed.
    • Article, Huffman, Michael G. "Employee Motivation - Its Importance to Recreation Administration". The Journal of Recreation and Leisure, Autumn, 1983. Refereed.
    • Huffman, Michael G. Estimation of Dispersed Recreation Use in Big Cottonwood Canyon. Technical Report, Wasatch National Forest, USDA Forest Service, August, 1983.
    • Feasibility Study for the Proposed Sunnyside Community Center. A study to determine the political, practical and financial feasibility of establishing a community center/swimming pool complex for a special tax district in Salt Lake City, UT. June, 1983. 207 pp. Study was funded.
    • Article, Huffman, Michael G. and Williams, Daniel. "The Use of Microcomputers for Park Information Dissemination". The Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, with Daniel R. Williams. Refereed. Fall, 1987.
    • Article, Dwyer, William and Huffman, Michael G. "A Comparison of Antecedent Strategies for Gaining Compliance with Campground Regulations" The Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, Winter, 1989. Refereed.
    • Article, Huffman, Michael G. "Bits about Bytes: Computer Applications to Park and Recreation Management". Tennessee Recreation and Parks, Fall, 1990.
    • Article, Huffman, Michael G. "Centers for the Environment". Tennessee Recreation and Parks. Summer, 1991.
    • Article, Dwyer, William; Huffman, Michael G.; and Lisco, John. "Survey of Recent Permanent 025 Hires in the National Park Service" Ranger: The Journal of the Association of National Park Rangers, Summer, 1991. Refereed.
    • Article, Huffman, Michael G. and Fickle, James E. "Computer Applications in Recreation - Past Efforts and Future Perspectives". Trends, Volume, 29, Number 3, Summer 1992. Refereed.
    • Article, Huffman, Michael G. and Humphreys, Mel. "Continuing Education in Parks and Recreation: Trends, Issues and Potential Solutions". Trends, Volume 30 Number 3. 1993. Refereed.
    • Article, Williams, Daniel and Huffman, Michael G. "Perception of and Preparation for Backcountry Hazards Among Utah Cross Country Skiers". Proceedings of the National Recreation and Park Association Research Symposium, October, 1984. Refereed.
    • Paper, Huffman, Michael G. and Williams, Daniel. "Preferences for Constraining and Facilitating Attributes in Backcountry Site Selection". Proceedings of the National Recreation and Park Association Research Symposium, October, 1985. Refereed.
    • Article, Williams, Daniel and Huffman, Michael G. "Recreation Specialization as a Factor in Backcountry Trail Choice" . Proceedings of the National Wilderness Research Conference, August, 1986. Refereed.
    • Article, Huffman, Michael G. and Williams, Daniel. "Computer Versus Brochure Information Dissemination as a Backcountry Management Tool". Proceedings of the National Wilderness Research Conference, August, 1986. Refereed.
    • Article, Huffman, Michael G. "Wilderness Management in the Southeastern and Western United States: A Comparison Study". Proceedings of the National Recreation and Park Association Research Symposium, September, 1987. Refereed.
    • Article, Huffman, Michael G. "The Effectiveness of Brochures in Gaining Visitor Compliance with Campground Regulations". Proceedings of the National Recreation and Park Association Research Symposium, October, 1988. Refereed.
    • Article, Huffman, Michael G. "Decision and Communication Theory Implications for Providing Trail Information Via Personal Computers". Proceedings of the Ninth National Trails Symposium, 1989. Refereed.
    • Huffman, Michael G. and Harwell, Rick. "Park Managers Attitudes Toward Climbing: Implications for Future Regulation." Proceedings of the Association of Experiential Education. Refereed.
    • Paper. Huffman, Michael G. and Fickle, James E. "What Is the Message in the Medium? Mixed Signals for National Park and Wilderness Users". Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Outdoor Recreation. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press. 1997.
    • Huffman, Michael G. and Fickle, James E. "Ecotourism and International Park Protection? The Potential for Educating Outdoor Recreation Participants." Proceedings of the 1997 International Conference on Outdoor Recreation. Merida, Mexico: Universidad Autonoma de Yucatan. 1998. pp. 120-134.
    • Huffman, Michael G. (1998). "Trouble in Paradise - Accident Trends in the Outdoors". Proceedings of the 1998 International Conference on Outdoor Recreation. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press.
    • Huffman, Michael G. 2000. "Popular Culture Information and Outdoor Recreation Management: Allies or Antagonists?" Proceedings of the 3rd National Conference on Social Aspects of Recreation Research. Arizona State University, Tempe and the USDA Forest Service Southwest Experiment Station, Los Angeles, CA.
    • Hufffman, Michael G. (2011). "Developing Fly-Fishing Programs for Communities and Schools. Around the State, Summer, 5(2). 18-19.


    Return to Department

    CEPR / HSS / ICL / LEAD

    Text Only | Print | Got a Question? Ask TOM | Contact Us | Memphis, TN 38152 | 901/678-2000 | Copyright 2014 University of Memphis | Important Notice | Last Updated: 
    Last Updated: 2/1/12