Recreation, Park, and Tourism Studies Department
- Ph.D. at Clemson, 2005
- M.Ed. at Bowling Green State, 1993
- M.A. at Appalachian State, 1987
- B.S. at Western Carolina, 1985
Assistant Professor, Eastern Illinois University
Director of Outdoor Programs, Western Carolina University
Bicycle Tour Leader for various organizations
Tourism impacts, tourists travel patterns, integrating GIS into recreation/tourism planning, land trusts, multiuse trails
Chancellor, H.C. (accepted). Assessing the intention of land trust representatives to collaborate with tourism entities in natural areas protection. Journal of Sustainable Tourism.
Coe, E.E., Chancellor, H.C., & Young, S. (accepted). Exploring motives, benefits, constraints, and needs of bicycle commuters. International Federation of Parks and Recreation Administration World.
Farmer, J.R., Chancellor, H.C., Gooding, A., Shubowitz, D., & Bryant, A. (accepted). A tale of four farmers markets: Recreation and leisure as a catalyst for sustainability. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration.
Mowatt, R.A., & Chancellor, H.C. (accepted). Visiting death and life: Dark tourism and slave castles. Annals of Tourism Research.
Mosely, M.Y., & Chancellor, H.C. (accepted). Mental accounting and festival visitors' expenditures: An exploration for new factors to investigate. Journal of Event Management.
Shi, l., Cole, S.T., & Chancellor, H.C. (accepted). Understanding leisure travel motivations of travelers with mobility impairments. Tourism Management.
Farmer, J.R., Chancellor, H.C., & Fischer, B.C. (accepted). Room to romp and roam, how open spaces and natural areas may impact land conservation behavior. Natural Areas Journal.
Yu, C.P., Chancellor, H.C., & Cole, S.T. (accepted). Examining the effects of tourism impacts on resident quality of life: Evidence from rural Midwestern communities in the USA. International Journal of Tourism Sciences.
Farmer, J.R., Knapp, D., Meretsky V., Chancellor, H.C., & Fisher, B.C. (2011). Motivations influencing the adoption of conservation easements. Conservation Biology, 25(4), 827-834.
Farmer, J.R., Chancellor, H.C., & Fischer, B. (2011). Motivations for using conservation easements as a land protection mechanism: A mized method analysis. Natural Areas Journal, 31(1), 80-87.
Chancellor, H.C., Norman, W.C., Farmer, J.R., & Coe, E.E. (2010), Tourism organizations and land trusts: A sustainable approach to natural resource conservation? Journal of Sustainable Tourism, doi: 10.1080/09669582.2010.524703.
Chancellor, H.C., Yu, C.P., & Cole, S.T. (2010). Exploring quality of life perceptions in rural Midwestern (USA) communities: An application of the core-periphery concept in a tourism development context. International Journal of Tourism Reseach, doi/10.1002/jtr.823/full.
Yu, C.P., Chancellor, H.C., & Cole, S.T. (2009). Measuring residents' attitudes toward sustainable tourism: A reexamination of the sustainable tourism attitude (SUS-TAS) scale. Journal of Travel Research, doi:10.1177/0047287509353189.
Cole, S.T., & Chancellor, H.C. (2009). Examining the festival attributes that impact visitor experiences, satisfaction and re-visit intentions. Journal of Vacation Marketing, 15(4), 323-333.
Chancellor, H.C., & Cole, S.T. (2008). Applying a geographic information system to travel pattern market research data. Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing, 25(3/4), 341-354. Received Martin Oppermann Memorial Award - Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing Best Article of the Year, 2008.
"The Experience of Psychological Reactance in Response to Encountering Fees for Public Land Recreation." Leisure/Loisir, 29, no. 2 (Summer 2005): 353-376.
"Segmenting Forest Recreationists using their Commitment Profiles." Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 23, no. 2 (Summer 2005): 64-86.
Courses Recently Taught
HPER R283 Recreation Based Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
HPER R350 Sustainable Tourism
HPER R515 Foundational Issues and Research in Tourism