Robert P Warner portrait
  • Graduate Teaching Assist (TA), Parks, Recreation & Tourism

Research Summary

My research interests include the role of seasonal employment in emerging adult development, social justice issues in out-of-school-time youth programming, and outdoor adventure education.


  • Master of Science, Recreation Studies, Ohio University. Project: Understanding Outward Bound instructors’ inclusive praxis: Practices and influential factors
  • Bachelor of Science, Outdoor Education, Northland College


Rob Warner is a Ph.D. candidate in the University of Utah Parks, Recreation, and Tourism program. He is a Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant. Prior to his graduate education he worked in the human service and education fields for over 10 years, serving a diversity of clients and students in after school, community, institutional, summer camp, expeditionary, and other contexts. He has worked with urban, rural, and adjudicated youth, individuals with disabilities and chronic mental health concerns, adults, military veterans, and college students.