Executive Director

Mike Logsdon, M.S.: Rank: Professor and Executive Director, Adventuresports Institute; Degrees: West Virginia University 1975 Bachelors and Masters of Science degree in Electrical Engineering; Expertise: American Canoe Association Instructor Trainer – Rafting; National Ski Patrol Instructor - Mountain Travel & Rescue, Skiing, paddle sports; Courses: Rafting, Oar Rigging; 301.387.3333 m​i​c​h​a​e​l​.​l​o​g​s​d​o​n​@​g​a​r​r​e​t​t​c​o​l​l​e​g​e​.​e​d​u

Faculty (Full time)

Therese Peterson, M.S.: Rank:  Associate Professor in Adventure Sports Program; Degrees: James Madison 1983 Bachelors in Science - Sports Management, Business Minor;  West Virginia University 2002 Masters - Recreation Resource Management, Educational Psychology; Expertise: American Canoe Association - Kayak Instructor Trainer, Paddle sports, Professional Ski Instructor Association - Telemark & Cross Country Skiing, Programming, Leadership;  Courses:  Kayaking, Rafting, Oar Rigging, Sea Kayaking, Swiftwater Rescue, Telemark Skiing, Cross Country Skiing, Low Ropes & Initiatives, Leadership and Group Dynamics, Guiding and Instructing in Adventuresports; 301.387.3327 t​h​e​r​e​s​e​.​p​e​t​e​r​s​o​n​@​g​a​r​r​e​t​t​c​o​l​l​e​g​e​.​e​d​u​

David Erbe, Assistant Professor, Adventure Sports Program; Degrees: University of Maryland, College Park, MD B.S. in Environmental Science and Technology, Concentration in Ecology Technology and Design, Minor in Sustainability Studies; Appalachian State University, Boone, NC M.A. in College Student Development, Concentration in College Outdoor Program Administration; Expertise: American Mountain Guide Association - Single Pitch Instructor, American Canoe Association - Whitewater Kayak Instructor, Mountain Biking, Group Facilitation, Program Management, Experiential Education, Outdoor Leadership, International Expedition Planning Courses: Backpacking, Rock Climbing, Leave No Trace, Wilderness Survival, Search & Rescue, Practicum Preparation & Internship, Intro to Adventuresports, Parks & Recreation, Program Planning & Management. 301.387.3324 d​a​v​i​d​.​e​r​b​e​@​g​a​r​r​e​t​t​c​o​l​l​e​g​e​.​e​d​u​


Sharon Elsey, Administrative Associate:  A.A.S.,  Secretarial Science, Garrett College; Administrative Associate, former Office Manager for the 1989 World Whitewater Championships; 301.387.3330 s​h​a​r​o​n​.​e​l​s​e​y​@​g​a​r​r​e​t​t​c​o​l​l​e​g​e​.​e​du

Scott Richardson, Rental Center Manager & Transition Age Youth Coordinator:  A.A.S., Adventure Sports Management; B.S. Shepherd College: M.S., Gerontology, University of North Texas; Coordinator of Transition Age Youth Program, Coordinator of ASI Auxiliary, Adjunct Instructor Mt. Biking & Cross Country Skiing; 301.387.3323 s​c​o​t​t​.​r​i​c​h​a​r​d​s​o​n​@​g​a​r​r​e​t​t​c​o​l​l​e​g​e​.​e​d​u​


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