Kreg Lindberg

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Kreg Lindberg

Professor, Tourism, Recreation and Adventure Leadership, Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society

Tykeson Hall 302C
1500 SW Chandler Avenue
Bend, OR 97702
United States

Ph.D. in Forest Resources, minor in Economics
M.A. in International Relations
B.A. in History

Kreg Lindberg teaches the following courses:

  • TRAL 353 Nature, Eco, and Adventure Tourism
  • TRAL 357 Parks and Protected Areas Management
  • SUS 350 Sustainable Communities (with Matt Shinderman)
  • FES 202 Software Tools in Quantitative Social Science Research
  • FES 422 Research Methods in Social Science

He has conducted research on various topics in tourism and recreation, subjective well-being, resilience, and social science aspects of natural resource management.  See his Google Scholar or ResearchGate page for publications.  His current research focuses on:

  • Understanding worker-level employment patterns, including employment resilience and the effect of employer transitions.
  • Understanding how values and attitudes affect choices in the tourism, recreation, and natural resources contexts.  This involves hybrid choice models, which integrate choice models and structural equation models.

Kreg has a Ph.D. in forest resources with a minor in economics from OSU, a masters in international relations from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, and a bachelors in history from Dartmouth College. He has worked in 15 countries on 6 continents.

When he's not in class or on the computer, Kreg is outdoors with his wife and their dog.