Anne Terwiel

Anne Terwiel

Anne Terwiel

Name: Anne Terwiel
Position: Principal Lecturer
Affiliation: Tourism Management
Phone: 371-5761
Email: aterwiel@tru.ca

Research Interests

My research interests are varied, but converge where community (with its variety of definitions), the outdoor environment and health/wellness collide. As such, I have published in the areas of sport event management, volunteer management (motivation, recruitment, training, management, retention and legacy), snowsport safety, risk management, resort staff management and service management.

Education

Simon Fraser University, MBA (Master of Business Administration)
Simon Fraser University, GDBA (Graduate Diploma in Business Administration)
Simon Fraser University, PDP (Teacher Education Program)
Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council (Tourism Trainer)

Publications

Dickson, T.J., Waddington, G., Terwiel, F.A., Elkington, L. (2018) The King-Devick test is not sensitive to self-reported history of concussion but is affected by English language skill. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport
Dickson, T.J., Waddington, G., Terwiel, F.A. (2018) Snowsport experience, expertise, lower limb injury and somatosensory ability. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport
Vetitnev, A., Bobina, N., Terwiel, F.A. (2018) The influence of host volunteer motivation on satisfaction and attitudes toward Sochi 2014 Olympic Games. Event Management, 22 (3)
Dickson, T. & Terwiel, F.A. (2017) Snowsport Instructors: their Actual Maximum Speeds, their Estimation of Maximum Speed and Speed in Slow Zones, and their Knowledge of Helmet Effectiveness. In Scher et al (Ed.) Snowsport Trauma and Safety: (21). Springer, New York
Dickson, T.J., Trathen, S., Waddington, G., Terwiel, F.A., Baltis, D. (2016) A human factors approach to snowsport safety: Novel research on pediatric participants behaviors and head injury risk. Applied Ergonomics, 53(A)
Dickson, T.J., Trathen, S., Terwiel, F.A., Waddington, G., Adams, R. (2015) No reduction in head injury rates with increased helmet use: The case of Western Canadian snowsports. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 19, Supplement
Dickson, T. J., Trathen, S., Terwiel, F. A., Waddington, G. (2015). Head injury trends and helmet use in alpine skiers and snowboarders in Western Canada: an ecological study. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports
Dickson, T.J., Darcy, S., Edwards, D., & Terwiel, F.A. (2015). Sport Mega-Event volunteers, Motivations and Post-event Volunteering Behavior: the Sydney World Masters Games, 2009. Event Management, 19(2)
Terwiel, F.A. & Dickson, T. J. (2015) Helmets: What do Snowsport Instructors and Guests know and expect? Skiing Trauma and Safety: (20), STP 1582, ASTM International
Dickson, T. J., Benson, A.M., Terwiel, F.A. (2014) Mega-event volunteers, similar or different? Vancouver 2010 vs London 2012. International Journal of Event and Festival Management, 5, 2
Dickson, T. J., Darcy, S., Edwards, D., Terwiel, F. A. (2014) Sport Mega-Event volunteers, Motivations and Post-event Volunteering Behavior: the Sydney World Masters Games, 2009. Event Management, 18(4).
Benson, A. M., Dickson, T. J., Terwiel, F. A., & Blackman, D. A. (2013). Training of Vancouver 2010 volunteers: a legacy opportunity? Contemporary Social Science
Dickson, T. J. & Terwiel, F.A. (2013) Supervising snowsport activities: A reflection upon legislation, policies, guidelines and practice. Australian Journal of Outdoor Education, 16(2)
Dickson, T., Benson, A., Blackman, D. & Terwiel, A. (2013) Its all about the Games; 2010 Vancouver Olympic and Paralympic Games volunteers. Event Management
Dickson, T., Terwiel, A., Waddington, G., Trathen, S. (2012) Easiest Routes and Slow Zones: How fast do I go? Speeds and Distances for Recreational and Expert Snowsport Participants. Journal of ASTM International, 9, 4
Waddington, G., Dickson, T. J., Terwiel, F. A., Trathen, S. (2012) Self-perception of speed versus GPS recorded speeds in snow sports participants. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 14, Supplement 15 (6)
Dickson, T. J., & Terwiel, F. A. (2011). Snowboarding Injuries in Australia: Investigating Risk Factors in Wrist Fractures to Enhance Injury Prevention Strategies. Wilderness & Environmental Medicine, 22(3)

Employment History

Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, BC 2003-present
Principal Lecturer, Faculty of Adventure, Culinary Arts and Tourism, 2019-present
Chair, Tourism Management Department, 2014-2017
Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Adventure, Culinary Arts and Tourism, 2013-2019
Lecturer, Faculty of Adventure, Culinary Arts and Tourism, 2003-2012

Harz University of Applied Sciences, Wernigerode, Germany
Visiting Professor, International Tourism Management Department, 2014-present
Member, Institute for Tourism Research, 2016-present

Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB)
Guest Lecturer, Master of Tourism Management, 2017

Courses Taught

ADVG 1010 The Adventure Tourism Industry
TMGT 1040 Group Tour Operations
TMGT 1110 The Tourism Industry
TMGT 1140 Human Resource Management
TMGT 1150 Marketing and Customer Service
TMGT 1160 Organizational Leadership in Tourism
EVNT 2240 Sports Event Management
EVNT 2250 Sports Event Marketing
TMGT 4020 Graduating Seminar
TMGT 4030 Resort Management
TMGT 4050 Event Tourism
TMGT 4080 Reflecting Philosophically on Tourism
TMGT 4150 Managing Small Tourism Enterprises
TMGT 4160 Tourism in a Global Environment
TMGT 4220 Mountain Tourism
TMGT 4800 Tourism Enterprise Consulting Project

Professional Affiliations

International Society for Snowsport Safety (National Secretary)
Canadian Ski Instructors Alliance (Level 4, Master Trainer)
Destination British Columbia (Master Trainer, WorldHost Licencee)
Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council (Certified Tourism Trainer, Emerit Evaluator)
Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA)
Canadian Ski Coaches Federation (Level 2 Coach)
National Coaching Certification Program (Level 2)
Canada West Ski Areas Association
Kamloops Sports Council
Wolfpack Leadership Council (TRU)
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