Kinesiology Program Support & Logistics, Director of the UNH OE Artificial Climbing Wall, a UNH Outdoor Adventures Instructor, a Browne Center Lead Facilitator, AMGA Climbing Wall Instructor Provider, and an AMGA Single Pitch Instructor Assistant Provider.
M.S., Outdoor Education, University of New Hampshire
B.A., Economics, Union College - New York
B.S., Outdoor Education, University of New Hampshire
KIN 515: Hist Outdoor Pursuits North Am
KIN 539: Art. Climbing Wall Mgmt
KIN 540: Top Rope Rock Climbing
KIN 545: High Angle Rescue
KIN 547: Lead Rock Climbing
KIN 549: Wilderness Navigation
KIN 601: Lifetime Sports
KIN 693: Teaching Assistantship
KIN 696: Independent Study
OUT 515: Hist of Outdoor Pursuits in NA
OUT 539: Artificial Climbing Wall Mgmt
OUT 540: Top Rope Rock Climbing
OUT 545: High Angle Rescue
OUT 547: Lead Rock Climbing
OUT 549: Wilderness Navigation
OUT 693: Teaching Assistantship
OUT 696: Independent Study
OUT 696W: Independent Study
Grenier, M. A., Fitch, N., & Young, J. C. (2018). Using the Climbing Wall to Promote Full Access through Universal Design. Palaestra.
Fitch, N., & Funderburke, R. (2018). Climbing: From First-Timer to Gym Climber From First-Timer to Gym Climber. Rowman & Littlefield.
Bell, B., Priest, S., & Gass, M. A. (2018). Effective Leadership in adventure programming: Instructor's Manual. Human Kinetics.
Fitch, N., & Funderburke, R. (2016). Climbing From Toproping to Sport. Rowman & Littlefield.
Fitch, N., & Funderburke, R. (2016). Climbing From Sport to Traditional Climbing. Rowman & Littlefield.