Bob Lee, a professor at the School of Human Movement, Sports and Leisure Studies at Bowling Green State University, Ohio, USA. Dr. Lee received his doctorate degree in Leisure Studies from Pennsylvania State University and completed his master degree in Tourism, Park and Recreation Management from Clemson University. Dr. Lee served as associate editor for the Journal of Park Recreation Administration as well as the Annual of Therapeutic Recreation. He also took an editorship as a guest editor for special issue for the Journal for Liberal Arts and Sciences and works as co-editor for Journal of the Visons in Leisure and Business.
Tourism destination development and marketing, community event and festivals, hotel and resort management, older travelers, aging and leisure. Dr. Lee has written extensively on uses of technology among older adults, medical tourism, family recreation, and sport events.
Dr. William Mosier is a Director of Research at the Lynda A. Cohen Center for the Study of Child Development, and a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. William completed a doctorate in child development, specializing in early childhood and counselor education from the University of Southern California and a doctorate in medicine from the Universidad Central del Este in the Dominican Republic. Dr. Mosier is the author of two books, 60 peer-reviewed journal articles, and textbook chapters and has presented over 100 seminars and training workshops at national, and international conferences. William taught in the Teacher Corps in inner-city St. Louis, MO, taught in and directed Head Start and Migrant Head Start Programs in California, and has been a Professional Development Specialist and licensed psychotherapist for over 20-years. William served 20 years in the military, treating children on Humanitarian and Disaster Relief Missions throughout Latin America, Asia, and Africa as an International Health Specialist (retiring at the rank of Lt. Colonel).
His research interests are related to all aspects of human development.
Prof. Jose has a degree in Business Management and Organization from the Higher Institute of Economics and Management of the Technical University of Lisbon, in Portugal. He has a degree in “Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales, sección Empresariales” by the “Ministerio de Educación y Cultura” in Spain. He has a post-graduate degree in International Marketing from the Catholic University of Portugal and a Ph.D. in “Economic and Business Sciences” from the University of Salamanca. He has a post-doctorate in Marketing at Universidade Nova de Lisboa - Faculty of Economics, Portugal. He published in Annals of Tourism Research, Tourism Management, Journal of Business Research, European Journal of Marketing, International Marketing Review, among others.
Tourism Management, Marketing, Pedagogy
Prof. Francisco Campos is a Ph.D. in Sport Sciences, specialization in Fitness, by the University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro (UTAD) - Portugal (2015). He obtained a Master's degree in Psychology of Sport and Exercise, also at UTAD - Portugal (2010), and a Bachelor's degree in Sports - Fitness, at Rio Maior Sports School (Polytechnic of Santarém) - Portugal (2004). He is a vice-director of the Applied Sport Sciences Research Unit (ASSERT) since 2017.
Fitness services; quality of the instructors of group exercise fitness activities; technical intervention of the sport professionals; interdisciplinary education; and educational play, games and sport activities.
Applied Psychology, Mental Health, Well- Being, Positive Psychology, Psychological Measurements, Sports and Physical Education.
Ph.D. Thesis Title: Anti-Poverty Policy in Egypt: Food Subsidy or Conditional Cash Transfer. The main aim of the thesis was to evaluate Egypt's food subsidy system and stimulate CCT replacement to food subsidy. It also aimed to provide a background for policymakers & supporting them in directing public policy to what guarantees higher utility for poor families. In an attempt to satisfy this need, the researcher had to scrutinize social safety nets within economic contexts as well as analyzing the Egyptian social safety net. This also required exploring labor market policies that would affect poor families in Egypt over history.
2008: Master of Arts in Economics with specialization in “International Economics”- American University in Cairo.
2002: Bachelor of Science in Economics- Faculty of Economics and Political Science/English Section- Cairo University.
Dr. Ömer Faruk Görçün is a member of the transportation council of the Ministry of Transportation of Turkey. In addition to that, he has performed some duties such as president and member in the committees of the Reserach&Development and the railway regulation. He had duties as a member of the board in Rail Systems Association and was an advisor for the Crane Operator Association and Heavy Transport Association. In addition to many studies published in international and national reputable journals, he wrote many scientific books, which published by international and national publishers, such as Industry 4.0, Integrated Logistics Management, Supply Chain Management, Warehouse and Inventory Management, Railway Transportation.
Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Transportation Management, Operational Research, Optimisation, Decision-Making Techniques.
Dr. Stephen Mabagala holds a Ph.D. from Kenyatta University in Kenya, where he graduated in 2013. His research focus was on the extent of compliance with the professional code of ethics and conduct among physical education teachers in Tanzania. His Master’s and Undergraduate training were from the University of Dar es Salaam, where he obtained his Master of Arts in Education (MA. Ed) in 2002 and Bachelor of Education (Honors) degree in 2000. Mabagala has been teaching in the School of Education at the University of Dar es salaam since May 2003. His interest area has been on sport Management, Professional Ethics in Education and Sports, and Philosophy of Physical Education. Stephen has published in both national and international referred journals and has been involved in a number of national, regional, and international academic meetings aimed at capacity building and research in education and physical education, and sport in particular.
Sports Management, Contemporary Physical Education and Sport and Inclusive Education.
Doctorate (waiting final viva voce) |Tourism Business |Thesis title: Ecotourism and Payments for ecosystem services in protected areas: A new conservation Paradigm |Punjabi University, Patiala, India |class of 2016/2017 MA |Tourism and Development |Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia |Class of 2013 BA | Tourism Management |University of Gondar, Ethiopia |Class of 2010
Tourism Management Methodology in tourism & Ecotourism