Edward E. Seagle, Jr.

Edward E. Seagle Jr. is a professor in the Department of Recreation and Parks Management at California State University, Chico.

He received his EdD in education administration/counseling psychology from the University of the Pacific, his MA in recreation education/therapeutic recreation from Brigham Young University, and his BA degree in recreation administration from California State University.

His research interests include expertise in therapeutic recreation services in clinical and community-based settings; recreation and leisure program development for individuals with disabled conditions; networking and academic curriculum development in resort and lodging management; career enhancement and internship coordination of university-level students; and stress, burnout, humor, and self-esteem consultant for human service agencies and businesses.

He has given numerous presentations and speaking engagements on a number of internship and employment topics and has authored a number of books on internships in sport management and recreation and leisure services.