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AFTOC General Meeting: Donuts & Discipline

AFTOC is having its next general meeting on Tuesday, October 5th, from 5-6 in ED AD 308. The topic of discussion will be focusing on disciplinary policies within K-12 education. Elementary and Secondary education students are encouraged to attend, as well as those that wish to combat these policies within the classroom. AFTOC will be providing doughnuts and handing out our merch (t-shirts) at the event!

 

If anyone has any questions, please email Christianna Lapine (Christianna.lapine@wsu.edu) or Amir Gilmore (amir.gilmore@wsu.edu).

WSU ROAR Q&A Session

This event will take place on Zoom. See information below for how to attend.

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WSU ROAR (Responsibility Opportunity Advocacy and Respect) is a two-year inclusive postsecondary education program for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD).

Three Minute Thesis

The College of Education will host its annual Three Minute Thesis (3MT) virtually this year.

Viewers may watch via a Zoom webinar: https://wsu.zoom.us/j/92857297973.

In 2014, the College of Education hosted a college-level 3MT. Provost Dan Bernardo was part of the judging panel. His office then took it university wide starting in 2015, sponsoring the event, while the College of Education has administered it each year.

This year, for the eighth year in a row, the College of Education will hear its best and brightest doctoral students share their research.

Awards are: First Place – $750, Second Place – $500, Third Place – $250, Fourth Place – $100, Fifth Place – $100.

Sport Management Program Highlights


Our program strives to make sport better.

COUGS in Sport Management podcast

Episode 7 – Stephen Thomas

Episode 6 – Ryan Bates

Episode 5 – Megan Thompson

Episode 4 – Megan Vining

Episode 3 – Melissa O’Brochta

Episode 2 – Desiree Stinger

Episode 1 – Andrei Lintz

Student and Alumni Features

Hannah Martian


Education Eclipse podcast – links to MP3 file

Kiley Maag


Education Eclipse podcast – links to MP3 file

Sport Management in the Time of #COVID19

Episode 4 – Hannah Kaufman

Episode 3 – Mallory Harder

Episode 2 – Olivia Bonsen

Episode 1 – Jordan Ryan
Click here for a follow-up video

Faculty Research – Recent Highlights

Ličen, S., & Jedlicka, S. R. (In press). Sustainable development principles in U.S. sport management graduate programs. Sport, Education and Society. Read it!

Chung, J. W., Rhee, Y. C., Boyd, J., Choi, W. B., & Ha, J. P. (2020). The effect of leisure participation on the relationship between the leisure satisfaction and perceived stress: Perspective of US college students. 한국체육과학회지, 29(4), 599-609. Read it!

Jedlicka, S. R. (2020). Contested governance: UNESCO’s role in international sport, 1952-1978. Journal of Sport History, 47(1), 18-39. Read it!

Jedlicka, S. R., Harris, S., & Reiche, D. (2020). State intervention in sport: A comparative analysis of regime types. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, 12(4), 563-581. Read it!

Ko, Y. J., Kim, Y. K., Kim, T., Arai, A., Rhee, Y. C., & Park, C. (2020). The impact of perceived trustworthiness on trust and commitment: A case of boosters in a university athletic programme. Sport in Society23(2), 180-203. Read it!

Kustec, S. & Ličen, S. (2020). Sport and Welfare in Central and Eastern European countries. In Martelli, S., Testa, A., & Porro, N. (Eds.). Sport, Welfare and Social Policy in the European Union (pp. 132-142). London: Routledge.

Ličen, S. (2020). Bailouts and tax breaks: Slovenian Olympic Committee’s communication during Covid-19. In P. M. Pedersen, B. J. Ruihley, & B. Li (Eds.), Sport and the pandemic: Perspectives on Covid-19’s impact on the sport industry (pp. 137-145). London: Routledge.

Jakubowska, H. & Ličen, S. (2019). The role of newspapers in the formation of gendered national identity: Polish coverage of women’s and men’s basketball championships. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 54(3), 302-324. Read it!

Ličen, S. (2019). Influence of hosting a major sports event on patriotic attitudes: The EuroBasket 2013 competition in Slovenia. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 54(3), 361-383. Read it!

Ličen, S. & Bejek, B. (2019). Slovenian daily newspaper coverage of women’s sports in 2015. Družboslovne Razprave, 35(92), 7-33. Read it!

Wong, J., & Jedlicka, S. R. (2019). When culture meets capital: Commercialism, national identity, and Vancouver’s initial attempt to join the NHL. Sport History Review, 50(2), 225-243. Read it!

Jedlicka, S. R. (2018). Appropriated authority: A theory of transnational sport governance. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, 10(4), 637-652. Read it!

Jedlicka, S. R. (2018). Sport governance as global governance: Theoretical perspectives on sport in the international system. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, 10(2), 287-304. Read it!

Rew, D. J., Kim, J. W., & Rhee, Y. C. (2018). The role of customer attitudes in building the reputation of a company sponsoring sport events. Journal of Management and Marketing Research, 21. Read it!

Rhee, Y. C., Barnes, J., Kim, W., & Carroll, D. (2018). Motivational factors influencing university selection of non-revenue generation sport student-athletes. Journal of Contemporary Athletics, 12(3), 209-236.

Rhee, Y. C., & Wong, J. (2018). “Knocked out!” Marketing the Philadelphia Quakers. Journal of Sport History, 45(1), 41-65. Read it!

Brown, K. A., Ličen, S., Billings, A. C., & Devlin, M. B. (2017). Envisioning Slovenia, telecast from Brazil: Relationships between national identity and Slovenian viewership of the 2016 Rio Summer Olympic Games. International Journal of Sport Communication, 10(4), 487-507. Read it!

Kim, K. T., & Rhee, Y. C. (2017). University recreation sports safety management in U.S.: A qualitative case study. Korean Journal of Security Convergence Management, 6(3), 17-29. Read it!

Ličen, S., & Cole, A. N. (2017). Public perception of social impacts of the 2013 EuroBasket for men. International Journal of Sport Management, 18(1), 89-115. Read the abstract!

Ličen, S., Lončar, M., Delorme, N., Horky, T., & Jakubowska, H. (2017). International newspaper coverage of the 2013 EuroBasket for men. Communication & Sport, 5(4), 448-470. Read it!

Rhee, Y. C., Wong, J., & Kim, Y. (2017). Becoming sport fans: Relative deprivation and social identity. International Journal of Business Administration, 8(1), 118-134. Read it!

Sodano, R. L., Rhee, Y. C., & Kim, Y. (2017). Policy development of pre-participatory screening procedure for fitness industry. International Journal of Human Movement Science, 11(1), 49-74. Read it!

SWEA Meeting — Evan Hecker

Evan Hecker, Kamiak Elementary School principal, will be joining us and we will be discussing advice for first year teachers and preparing for evaluations from when administrators come into a teacher’s classroom. He will also be open to any questions we have about our first year teaching and what a principal might expect from us. If we breeze through that, the hiring process and tips for interviews/resumes is also a great topic to cover. He will share information he has with us and we will also ask him any questions we have!
Zoom: https://wsu.zoom.us/j/96427598926
Meeting ID: 964 2759 8926

SWEA Meeting

This will be our first SWEA meeting of the Spring 2021 semester. We will go over any housekeeping things and talk about upcoming events! I will share this Google Calendar with everyone and talk about our upcoming events!
Zoom: https://wsu.zoom.us/j/96427598926
Meeting ID: 964 2759 8926

WSU ROAR Information Session

To receive the link for this information session, please register below. This information will help us to better prepare for the session. On the confirmation screen, write down all the Zoom info given.

WSU ROAR Information Session

To receive the link for this information session, please register below. This information will help us to better prepare for the session. On the confirmation screen, write down all the Zoom info given.

8th Annual AFTOC Conference

The 8th annual event will include an interactive workshops with Jesse Hagopian, an award-winning educator and a leading voice on issues of educational equity, the school-to-prison pipeline, standardized testing, the Black Lives Matter at School Movement, and social justice unionism.

The agenda includes: 

11:00 – 11:15: Welcome and Introduction to Keynote Speaker: Jesse Hagopian

11:15 – 12:15: Jesse Hagopian’s Keynote: Taking a Knee to Level the Field: Athlete Activism from the Campus to the NFL

12:15 – 1:00: Break/Stretch/Lunch

1:00 – 3:30: Workshop/Lessons Led By Jesse

3:30 – 4:00: Reflections/Closing Thoughts/ Questions

Expect a day full of discussion, teaching, learning, and fun!

COE Three Minute Thesis

The College of Education is proud to again host Three Minute Thesis

March 06 — 11:00 a.m. PST— SPARK Atrium


In 2014, the College of Education hosted a college-level Three Minute Thesis. Provost Dan Bernardo was part of the judging panel. His office then took it university wide starting in 2015, sponsoring the event, while the College of Education has administered it each year.

This year, for the seventh year in a row, the College of Education will hear its best and brightest doctoral students share their research.

Awards are: First Place – $750, Second Place – $500, Third Place – $250, Fourth Place – $100, Fifth Place – $100.

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