Randall Burtz is an Associate Professor and Coordinator of the Recreation Program. His studies have involved research for the USDA Forest Service, USDI National Park Service, and state departments of fish and wildlife. His Doctorate is from Colorado State University’s Human Dimensions Unit. He has performed research in Rocky Mountain National Park, Arapaho-Roosevelt National Forest, and San Bernardino National Forest. In the Recreation Program, Randall is a professor of Outdoor Recreation and holds a Master Educator certification for Leave No Trace land use ethics. When recreating, he can be found kayaking, fly-fishing, and hiking with his boys in the North Cascades. On recent travels, he hiked the King’s Trail in the Austrian Alps.