University of Massachusetts
Department of Natural Resources Conservation
Wildlife and Fisheries Conservation Graduate Faculty
Dr. Fairey's primary research has been in theory development based on satisfactions-benefits models. Her associated interests lie in the use of GIS and expert systems for analyzing and modeling benefits of the recreation experience. In addition, her expertise includes leadership dynamics, outdoor/environmental education and resource interpretation. Dr. Fairey serves as head of software and network support for the University's Division of Personal Computing Support Services and supervises the management of OITs Departmental Web Server.
Muth, R. M. and K. Fairey. 1995. Managing social conflict in outdoor recreation settings: implications for curriculum development in the human dimensions of leisure. TRENDS, 32(4): 4-8.
Fairey, K. 1989. A general purpose educational workstation concept in support of academic teaching and research. Pp. 27-36. In: Proceedings of the 5th Annual Academic Microcomputer Conference. Indianapolis, Indiana.
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