Yun Chang completed her Ph.D. in Leisure Behavior in 2017 from Indiana University. Her research interests lie in the underlying mechanisms between program elements and positive youth developmental outcomes within the context of outdoor adventure education. She has also conducted several pioneering studies and workshops in the use and application of biomarkers in outdoor recreation and outdoor adventure education research. Yun is also a certified instructor for Colorado Outward Bound School and National Outdoor Leadership School. In addition to academic research, she has been actively engaging in the outdoor trainings and leadership opportunities provided by prestige outdoor educator institutions in the US as well as in Taiwan. Her leadership experiences in both East Asia and US-based context have enriched her teaching experiences as well as built up her capacity of working with diverse groups.
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