Positions

Overview

  • Michael Gass is a Professor in the Outdoor Education Program in the Department of Kinesiology at the University of New Hampshire. He is one of the creators of the Browne Center, a program development center on adventure learning that serves over 8,000 clients a year with educational, therapeutic, and corporate clients. He also is the co-coordinator of the dual degree program in adventure therapy where students receive Masters degrees in both social work (MSW) and outdoor education (MS).

    Mike is the current Director of the Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare Center (see obhcenter.org). He also serves as the Director of the NATSAP Research Database Network. His research interests are in the areas of Adventure Therapy, Social Development of Adolescents in Adventure Programs, Risk Management, Adventure Program Accreditation, Adventure Programming and Middle School Students, Wilderness Orientation Programs.
  • Publications

    Academic Article

    Year Title
    2019 Adventure therapy and its impact on the functioning of youth in a community settingSocial Work with Groups.  42:1-15. 2019
    2019 Adventure therapy and its impact on the functioning of youth in a community settingSocial Work with Groups.  42:127-141. 2019
    2019 A Qualitative Gender Analysis of Women Field Guides' Experiences in Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare: A Feminist Social Work PerspectiveAffilia - Journal of Women and Social Work.  34:48-64. 2019
    2018 A qualitative gender analysis of women field guides' experiences in outdoor behavioral healthcare: A feminist social work perspective.Affilia: Journal of Women in Social Work.2018
    2018 The effectiveness of outdoor behavioral healthcare with struggling adolescents: A comparison group study a contribution for the special issue: Social innovation in child and youth servicesChildren and Youth Services Review.  88:241-248. 2018
    2018 The effectiveness of outdoor behavioral healthcare with struggling adolescents: A comparison group study a contribution for the special issue: Social innovation in child and youth servicesChildren and Youth Services Review.  88:241-248. 2018
    2017 Cultural issues in adventure programming: applying Hofstede's five dimensions to assessment and practiceJournal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning.  17:307-320. 2017
    2017 Current Descriptions of National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP) MembersJournal of Therapeutic Schools and Programs.  3:161-185. 2017
    2017 Impact of a Culturally Relevant Residential Treatment Program on Post-Discharge Outcomes for Hawai’i YouthJournal of Therapeutic Schools and Programs.  1:7-23. 2017
    2017 Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare: Its Impact on Family FunctioningJournal of Therapeutic Schools and Programs.  1:21-40. 2017
    2017 Particpating NATSAP Programs Produce Results for YouthJournal of Therapeutic Schools and Programs.  5. 2017
    2017 Preliminary data from the NATSAP research and evaluation network: Client characteristics at admissionJournal of Therapeutic Schools and Programs.  4. 2017
    2017 The Evidence Base for Private Therapeutic Schools, Residential Programs, and Wilderness Therapy ProgramJournal of Therapeutic Schools and Programs.  1:106-117. 2017
    2016 Play for Peace as a Violence Prevention ModelJournal of Experiential Education.  39:412-426. 2016
    2016 Family Therapy in Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare: Current Practices and Future PossibilitiesContemporary Family Therapy International Journal of Family Therapy.  38:32-42. 2016
    2016 Play for Peace as a Violence Prevention Model: Achieving Voluntad y ConvivenciaJournal of Experiential Education.  39:412-426. 2016
    2016 The interaction between exercise and treatment
 outcomes in wilderness therapy.Journal of Therapeutic Schools and Programs.  8:20-40. 2016
    2015 The Impact of Community Based Adventure Therapy on Stress and Coping Skills in Adults.The Practitioner Scholar: Journal of Counseling and Professional Psychology.  4:1-16. 2015
    2015 The Impact of Community Based Adventure Therapy on Stress and Coping Skills in Adults.The Practitioner Scholar: Journal of Counseling and Professional Psychology2015
    2014 How Presenting Problems and Individual Characteristics Impact Successful Treatment Outcomes in Residential and Wilderness Treatment ProgramsResidential Treatment for Children and Youth.  31:135-153. 2014
    2014 Adventure Therapy With YouthJournal of Experiential Education.  37:46-59. 2014
    2014 The State of Knowledge of Outdoor Orientation ProgramsJournal of Experiential Education.  37:31-45. 2014
    2014 The state of knowledge of outdoor orientation programs: Current practices, research, and theoryJournal of Experiential Education.  37:31-45. 2014
    2014 Theoretical and Philosophical Foundations of Therapeutic Adventure. 2014
    2013 Evidence for eta(c)(2S) in psi(3686) -> gamma(KSK +/-)-K-0 pi(-/+)pi(+)pi(-)Physical Review D.  87:052005. 2013
    2013 Accident Rates/Trends in Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare Industry Council (OBHIC) ProgramsJournal of Therapeutic Schools and Programs.  1:109-111. 2013
    2012 Effects of Program Differences With Wilderness Therapy and Residential Treatment Center (RTC) ProgramsResidential Treatment for Children and Youth.  29:202-218. 2012
    2012 Adventure Education and Resilience Enhancement: A Mixed Methods StudyAdventure Education and Resilience Enhancement: A Mixed Methods Study.  35:307-325. 2012
    2012 Adventure education and resilience enhancementJournal of Experiential Education.  35:307-325. 2012
    2012 Adventure therapy: Theory, practice, & research 2012
    2011 Effects of a College Adventure Orientation Program on Student Development BehaviorsJournal of Experiential Education.  34:127-148. 2011
    2011 The first year effects of an adventure orientation program on the student development behaviors of incoming college students.Journal of Experiential Education.  34:127-148. 2011
    2010 Clinical supervision in adventure therapy: Enhancing the field through an active experiential modelJournal of Experiential Education.  33:72-89. 2010
    2010 ENHANCES: Adventure therapy supervisionJournal of Experiential Education.  33:72-89. 2010
    2010 Residential treatment of juveniles in a sex offender program using an adventure-based behavior management program: A matched group designJournal of Child Sexual Abuse.  19:20-34. 2010
    2010 Treating juveniles in a sex offender program using adventure-based programming: a matched group design.Journal of Child Sexual Abuse.  19:20-34. 2010
    2009 The Project Adventure RESPECT Program: implementing an experientially-based intervention as an agent for whole school social and academic change in the era of evidence-based practiceEducation 3-13.  37:75-86. 2009
    2009 The effect of an experiential, adventure-based “Anti-Bullying Initiative” on levels of resilience: A mixed methods studyJournal of Experiential Education.  31:420-424. 2009
    2008 Programming the transfer of learning in adventure programming 2008
    2008 The Effectiveness of Treatment Efficacy using an Adventure Therapy for Young People Involved in the Juvenile Justice System: News of a Difference.Residential Treatment for Children and Youth.  25. 2008
    2008 The effectiveness of project adventure’s behavior management programs for male offenders in residential treatmentResidential Treatment for Children & Youth.  25:227-247. 2008
    2007 Dealing with issues of program effectiveness, cost benefit analysis, and treatment fidelity: The development of the NATSAP Research and Development NetworkJournal of Therapeutic Schools and Programs.  3. 2007
    2007 Facilitating the adventure process.Adventure education: Theory and applications.  101-123. 2007
    2006 The Effectiveness of Metaphoric Facilitation Styles in Corporate Adventure Training (CAT) ProgramsJournal of Experiential Education.  29:78-94. 2006
    2006 Evidenced-based research: Catalyst for action and future paradigm for NATSAP programs?Journal of Therapeutic Schools and Programs2006
    2006 The Miracles of the Journal of Therapeutic Schools and ProgramsJournal of Therapeutic Schools and Programs2006
    2006 The miracles of the Journal of Therapeutic Schools and Programs. Journal of Therapeutic Schools and ProgramsJournal of Therapeutic Schools and Programs.  1:5-10. 2006
    2005 Comprehending the Value Structures Influencing Significance and Power behind Experiential Education Research. Opening Address SEER 2004.Journal of Experiential Education.  27:286-296. 2005
    2004 Service-Learning and Outdoor Education: Promising Reform Movements or Future Relics?Journal of Experiential Education.  27:67-86. 2004
    2004 Service-learning and outdoor education: Promising reforms or future relics?Journal of Experiential Education.  27:67-86. 2004
    2003 Kurt Hahn Address 2002 AEE International ConferenceJournal of Experiential Education.  25:363-371. 2003
    2003 The Long-Term Effects of a First-Year Student Wilderness Orientation ProgramJournal of Experiential Education.  26:34-40. 2003
    2001 Book Review: Shouting at the Sky: Troubled Teens and the Promise of the WildJournal of Experiential Education.  24:123-124. 2001
    1999 Training Corporate Managers to Facilitate: The Next Generation of Facilitating Experiential Methodologies?Journal of Experiential Education.  22:50-53. 1999
    1999 Adventure programs in higher educationAdventure programming.  373-383. 1999
    1999 Hiring influences of supervisors of adventure programsJournal of Experiential Education.  22:44-49. 1999
    1999 Hiring preference trends in the outdoor adventure programming fieldJournal of Experiential Education.  22:44-49. 1999
    1999 Lowering the barZiplines1999
    1999 Techniken der unterstutzenden Prozessbegleitung 1999
    1998 Programmed for adventure: Accreditation in outdoor educationAustralian Leisure Management1998
    1998 The SystemZiplines.  36:52-53. 1998
    1998 When I go back home...Zip Lines: The Voice for Adventure Education.  34:34-41. 1998
    1997 Facilitating Experiential Learning: Co-Creating Stories with Better Endings for ClientsJournal of Experiential Education.  20:66-67. 1997
    1997 An Examination of “Problem-Solving” versus “Solution-Focused” Facilitation Styles in a Corporate SettingJournal of Experiential Education.  20:34-39. 1997
    1997 Adventure-based family therapy with youthThe Child Therapy News1997
    1997 The range of teaching styles in adventure programmingThe Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership.  14:12-14. 1997
    1995 Focusing on the “Solution” Rather than the “Problem”: Empowering Client Change in Adventure ExperiencesJournal of Experiential Education.  18:63-69. 1995
    1995 Accreditation for adventure programsJournal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance.  66:22-27. 1995
    1995 Adventure Family Therapy: An Innovative Approach Answering the Question of Lasting Change with Adjudicated Youth?. 1995
    1995 Book of metaphors: A descriptive presentation of metaphors for adventure activities-Volume II 1995
    1995 CHANGES: A model using adventure experiences as assessmentJournal of Experiential Education.  18:34-40. 1995
    1995 CHANGES: An assessment model using adventure experiencesJournal of Experiential Education.  18:34-40. 1995
    1995 Metaphorisches Lernen in therapeutisch orientierten erlebnispådagogischen Programmen; Teil 1Erleben und lernen1995
    1995 Metaphorisches Lernen in therapeutisch orientierten erlebnispådagogischen Programmen; Teil 1Erleben und lernen.  1:7-10. 1995
    1994 Frontloading with Paradox & Double Binds in Adventure Education Facilitation.Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership.  11:8-10. 1994
    1994 Using metaphors and isomorphs to transfer learning in adventure educationJournal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning.  11:8-10. 1994
    1993 Ethical Decisions in Experience-Based Training and Development ProgramsJournal of Experiential Education.  16:41-47. 1993
    1993 BRINGING ADVENTURE INTO MARRIAGE AND FAMILY-THERAPY - AN INNOVATIVE EXPERIENTIAL APPROACHJournal of Marital and Family Therapy.  19:273-286. 1993
    1993 AEE Program accreditation: Its evolution and current status 1993
    1993 Five generations of facilitated learning from adventure experiences.Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership.  10:23-25. 1993
    1993 Initial assessment in adventure therapy 1993
    1993 Parents’ quality callThe Family Circuit1993
    1993 Proceedings Journal of the 21st Annual International Conference for the Association of Experiential Education: Ethics in Experiential Education 1993
    1993 Program accreditation updateAEE Horizon1993
    1993 Proposed revision to the Code of Ethics: Sexual relations with former clients in adventure therapy: An internal focus on burden of proof or need for external regulationInsight1993
    1993 Report from the Therapeutic Adventure Professional GroupAEE Horizon1993
    1993 The subtle nuances of framing in working toward client therapeutic objectivesThe Family Circuit1993
    1993 Therapeutic Adventure Professional Group Pre-conference summaryAEE Horizon1993
    1993 Using metaphors and isomorphs to transfer learning in adventure educationJournal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Leadership.  10:18-23. 1993
    1992 Constructing Effective Corporate Adventure Training ProgramsJournal of Experiential Education.  15:35-42. 1992
    1992 Client rights in adventure therapyInsight1992
    1992 Peer Accreditation of adventure programsInsight1992
    1992 The preparation of physical education majors in adventure activitiesPhysical Educator.  49:33-33. 1992
    1991 Enhancing Metaphor Development in Adventure Therapy ProgramsJournal of Experiential Education.  14:6-13. 1991
    1991 The Longitudinal Effects of an Adventure Orientation ProgramJournal of Experiential Education.  14:47-48. 1991
    1991 Book of metaphors: A descriptive presentation of metaphors for adventure activities 1991
    1991 Progress on ethical guidelines for the Therapeutic Adventure Professional GroupAEE Horizon1991
    1991 The AEE’s role in societal changeAEE Horizon1991
    1991 Theory and practice: a paradox to addressJournal of Experiential Education.  15. 1991
    1990 A descriptive study of adventure therapy programs for chemically dependent populations 1990
    1990 Adventure therapy and substance abuse 1990
    1990 Emerging for recovery: A descriptive analysis of adventure therapy programs for chemically dependent populationsJournal of Experiential Education.  13:29-35. 1990
    1990 Emerging for recovery: A descriptive analysis of adventure therapy for substance abusersJournal of Experiential Education.  13:29-35. 1990
    1990 Message from the AEE Board PresidentAEE Horizon1990
    1990 THE LONGITUDINAL EFFECTS OF AN ADVENTURE ORIENTATION PROGRAM ON THE RETENTION OF STUDENTSJournal of College Student Development.  31:33-38. 1990
    1990 Transfer of learning in adventure educationAdventure education.  199-208. 1990
    1988 Directory of Northeast AEE experienced based programs and services 1988
    1988 Directory of adventure alternatives in corrections, mental health, and special populations 1988
    1987 A Group Development Model for Adventure EducationJournal of Experiential Education.  10:39-46. 1987
    1987 The Effects of a Wilderness Orientation Program on College StudentsJournal of Experiential Education.  10:30-33. 1987
    1987 A group development model for adventure educationJournal of Experiential Education.  10:39-46. 1987
    1987 Research issues for wilderness and adventure education programs 1987
    1987 THE EFFECTS OF A WILDERNESS ORIENTATION PROGRAM ON INCOMING STUDENTS TO A UNIVERSITY SETTING (OUTWARD BOUND, NEW HAMPSHIRE). 1987
    1987 The ability of a wilderness orientation program to assist in the adjustment of incoming college students 1987
    1987 The ability of a wilderness orientation program to assist in the adjustment of incoming students 1987
    1986 Proceedings Journal of the 14th Annual Conference for the Association of Experiential Education: Ethics in Experiential Education 1986
    1986 The Fireside Experience: Orientation in a vigorous environment 1986
    1986 The Season of Ingenuity: Ethics in Experiential Education. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Association for Experiential Education (14th, Moodus, Connecticut, September 25-28, 1986). 1986
    1985 Programming the Transfer of Learning in Adventure EducationJournal of Experiential Education.  8:18-24. 1985
    1985 Exploring Horizons: The Implications of Experiential Learning Sourcebook. Workshop Information from the Northeast Association for Experiential Education Conference (6th, Durham, New Hampshire, March 30, 1985). 1985
    1985 Proceedings from the 6th annual Northeast Association for Experiential Education conference 1985
    1985 Programming the transfer of learning in adventure educationJournal of Experiential Education.  8:18-24. 1985
    1985 Strengthening Adventure Education by Increasing the Transfer of Learning. 1985
    1985 Strengthening the transfer of learning in adventure education 1985
    1983 Learning by Sharing in the Outdoors. Workshop of the University of New Hampshire Outdoor Education Program (Durham, New Hampshire, March 5, 1983). 1983
    1983 The Value of Wilderness Orientation Programs at Colleges and Universities in the United States. 1983
    1982 The Role of Creativity in Learning in the Outdoor Classroom. 1982
    Adventure Training Programs
    Best Practices for working with transgender clients in Outdoor Behavioral HealthcareSocial Work in Mental Health
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    Hiring preference trends in the outdoor adventure programming field
    Impact of a culturally relevant residential treatment program on post-discharge outcomes for Hawaii youth Jamie N. Burke University of New Hampshire
    Preliminary Data from the NATSAP Research and Evaluation Network: Client Characteristics at Admission Michael C. Young, M. Ed.
    S uccessfully mamaging change in the corporate
    THE THERAPIST WITH THE MOST ADVENTURE ACTIVITIES FROM THE SMALLEST BAG OF PROPS AND DONE IN A" TRADITIONAL" GROUP OR FAMILY THERAPY ROOM/OFFICE WINS!DOCUMENT RESUME.  115-115.
    The process of wilderness therapy: A focus group explorationJournal of Adolescent Research
    Using Research to Help Select the Best Therapeutic Program for Clients
    change with adjudicated youth?DOCUMENT RESUME.  103-103.
    experiential methodologies?
    fl constructing Efiective-Corporate Adventure Training Programs

    Book

    Year Title
    2018 Effective Leadership in adventure programming: Instructor's Manual 2018
    2018 Effective leadership in adventure programming Field Handbook 2018
    2017 Instructor Guide for Effective Leadership in Adventure Programming, 3rd Edition..  Ed. Bell, Brent.  2017
    2017 Effective Leadership in Adventure Programming, 3E 2017
    2014 Manual of Accreditation Standards for Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare Programs.  Ed. 1.  Ed. Gass, Michael.  2014
    2012 Adventure therapy: Theory, research, and practice 2012
    2000 Reflective Learning Theory and Practice 2000
    2000 The Essential Elements of Facilitation. 2000
    1998 Administrative Practices of Accredited Adventure Programs. 1998
    1995 Book of Metaphors: Volume II. 1995
    1993 Adventure therapy: Therapeutic applications of adventure programming 1993
    1993 Program accreditation standards for adventure programs.  Ed. 1-4.  1993
    1990 Book of Metaphors: Volume 1.  Ed. 1.  1990

    Chapter

    Year Title
    2018 Evidence.  Ed. Bell, Brent.  2018
    2018 Instructional Methods.  Ed. Bell, Brent.  1-7. 2018
    2017 Engaging Families in Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare.  263-283. 2017
    2017 Engaging families in Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare..  263-283. 2017
    2017 Program evaluation for health and human service programs: How to tell the right story successfully..  425-441. 2017
    2015 1999: History of the Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare Research Cooperative..  119-126. 2015
    2015 Case study: The pendulum of parenting.  138-139. 2015
    2014 Adventure therapy with groups. 2014
    2014 Theoretical and philosophical foundations of therapeutic adventure. In New Mexico Children Youth and Families Department.  66-72. 2014
    2012 Programming the transfer of learning in adventure education: An update.  31-38. 2012
    2007 Facilitation skills for adventure activities 2007
    2007 Facilitation skills for adventure activities 2007
    2006 Adventure therapy with groups.  2009-2009. 2006
    2005 Hiking and rock climbing 2005
    2000 Facilitation skills for ETD 2000
    2000 Principle Ethics vs. Virtues Ethics 2000
    2000 Six approaches for facilitating experiential activities 2000
    1999 Accreditation and certification: Questions for an advancing profession 1999
    1999 Erlebnistherapie: Grundlagen, zusammenhange und wirkungen 1999
    1999 Facilitation styles in adventure programming 1999
    1999 Programs in higher education.  377-412. 1999
    1999 Transfer of learning in adventure programming.  227-234. 1999
    1997 Case study of adventure family therapy 1997
    1993 Foundations of adventure therapy.  Ed. Gass, Michael.  3-10. 1993
    1993 Programming principles for Successfully Implementing Adventure Therapy Programs.  Ed. Gass, Michael.  141-145. 1993
    1993 The Evaluation and Research of Adventure Therapy Programs.  Ed. Gass, Michael.  301-309. 1993
    1993 The Theoretical Foundations for Adventure Family Therapy.  Ed. Gass, Michael.  123-147. 1993
    1993 The evolution of processing adventure therapy experiences.  Ed. Gass, Michael.  219-229. 1993

    Conference Proceeding

    Year Title
    2018 Second annual case studies in outdoor behavioral healthcareSecond annual case studies in outdoor behavioral healthcare. 1-45. 2018
    2018 The effectiveness of outdoor behavioral healthcare on adolescents with mental health issuesCoalition for Education in the Outdoors 14th Biennial Research Symposium. 42-44. 2018
    2017 Case studies in outdoor behavioral healthcare.  1-29. 2017
    2017 Gender oppression and liberation experienced by female guides in outdoor behavioral healthcareProceedings of the 2017 Symposium on Experiential Education Research (SEER).. 9-11. 2017
    2008 An evaluation of the impact of a one-week summer camp experience on participants’ social skill developmentNinth Biennial Research Symposium. 39-39. 2008
    2008 Cost Effectiveness of the Behavior Management through Adventure (BMtA) Program for Male Offenders in Residential TreatmentNinth Biennial Research Symposium. 51-51. 2008
    2005 Evidenced based research practices and strategies 2005
    2002 Adventure-based therapy for groups 2002
    1999 Framing metaphors in adventure programming 1999
    1998 The status of certification and accreditation of adventure and outdoor leaders in North America 1998
    1997 Instructor Qualifications: What Directors Want. 1997
    1997 Want change? The answer lies in getting more of the solution, not in addressing the problem 1997
    1996 The Family Expedition Program: Adventure Family Therapy in the Home As Well As in the Outdoors. 1996
    1996 The therapist with the most adventure activities from the smallest bags of props, done in a ‘traditional’group or family therapy room/office, wins! 1996
    1995 Designing metaphoric frames for client changePUB DATE NOTE AVAILABLE FROM. 77-77. 1995
    1995 Top ten seeds for promoting functional change in adventure experiences 1995
    1994 Focusing on the "solution" rather than the "problem": Empowering client change in adventure experiencesProceedings Journal of the 22nd Annual International Conference for the Association of Experiential Education. 273-275. 1994
    1994 The Family Expedition: Creating systemic change with at-risk youth through the use of adventure family therapyProceedings Journal of the 22nd Annual International Conference for the Association of Experiential Education. 78-81. 1994
    1992 Researching therapeutic adventure programs 1992
    1990 Enhancing therapeutic adventure experience through the use of prescriptive metaphors 1990
    1984 Proceedings from the 1983 University of New Hampshire outdoor education workshop handbook 1984

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    Teaching Activities

  • Adv Top in Outdoor Education Taught course 2019
  • Internship Taught course 2019
  • Organiztn & Admn OE Programs Taught course 2019
  • Organiztn&Admn Outdoor Educatn Taught course 2019
  • Organiztn&Admn Outdoor Educatn Taught course 2019
  • Program Models & Eval in OE Taught course 2019
  • Adv Top in Outdoor Education Taught course 2018
  • Therapeutic App Adventure Prog Taught course 2018
  • Adv Top in Outdoor Education Taught course 2018
  • Organiztn & Admn OE Programs Taught course 2018
  • Organiztn&Admn Outdoor Educatn Taught course 2018
  • Organiztn&Admn Outdoor Educatn Taught course 2018
  • Pysch Factors of Adventure Ed Taught course 2018
  • Adv Research in Outdoor Educ Taught course 2017
  • Therapeutic App Adventure Prog Taught course 2017
  • Adv Research in Outdoor Educ Taught course 2017
  • Internship Taught course 2017
  • Adv Research in Outdoor Educ Taught course 2016
  • Program Models & Eval in OE Taught course 2016
  • Therapeutic App Adventure Prog Taught course 2016
  • Adv Research in Outdoor Educ Taught course 2016
  • Organiztn & Admn OE Programs Taught course 2016
  • Organiztn&Admn Outdoor Educatn Taught course 2016
  • Organiztn&Admn Outdoor Educatn Taught course 2016
  • Adv Research in Outdoor Educ Taught course 2015
  • Therapeutic App Adventure Prog Taught course 2015
  • Adv Research in Outdoor Educ Taught course 2015
  • Internship Taught course 2015
  • Organiztn & Admn OE Programs Taught course 2015
  • Organiztn&Admn Outdoor Educatn Taught course 2015
  • Organiztn&Admn Outdoor Educatn Taught course 2015
  • Adv Research in Outdoor Educ Taught course 2014
  • Program Models & Eval in OE Taught course 2014
  • Therapeutic App Adventure Prog Taught course 2014
  • Internship Taught course 2014
  • Organiztn & Admn OE Programs Taught course 2014
  • Organiztn&Admn Outdoor Educatn Taught course 2014
  • Organiztn&Admn Outdoor Educatn Taught course 2014
  • Education And Training

  • B.A. Health Science, St. Olaf College
  • B.A. Physical Educ. Teach'g&Coach'g, St. Olaf College
  • B.A. Psychology, St. Olaf College
  • M.A. Outdoor Education, University of Northern Colorado
  • M.A. Physical Educ. Teach'g&Coach'g, University of Northern Colorado
  • Ph.D. Education, University of Colorado at Boulder
  • Full Name

  • Michael Gass
  • Mailing Address

  • University of New Hampshire

    Kinesiology: Outdoor Education

    NH Hall, 124 Main Street, UNH

    Durham, NH  03824

    United States