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Heidi L. Grappendorf
Heidi.email@example.com ACADEMIC BACKGROUND University of New Mexico; Albuquerque, NM PhD December 2001 Major: Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Emphasis: Sport Administration Minor: Organizational Learning & Instructional Technologies University of Northern Colorado; Greeley, CO MA December 1996 Major: Physical Education Emphasis: Sport Administration Dana College; Blair, NE BA May 1995 Major: Social Science Minor: Psychology EXPERIENCE 2013-current Associate Professor & Program Coordinator of Sport
Administration, University of Cincinnati. Responsibilities include teaching, curriculum development, scholarly research and committee work. Coordinate eight full-time and 12 part-time faculty, an undergraduate program (320 students) and a graduate program (15 students).
Undergraduate courses taught: Sport Marketing (online/Blackboard) Sport Management Facility & Event Management Diversity in Sport (online/Blackboard and in person) Facility & Event Management Graduate courses: Sociological Aspects of Sport (in person/online 2017) 2015-current Creator & Co-owner of Educating Beyond, LLC. A sport travel company developed that plans and arranges trips for sport management and sport related programs. 2012-2013 Assistant Director of Leadership/Scholar in Residence. Women’s Center. Office for Institutional Equity & Diversity.
NC State University. Responsibilities include running a newly created program; the Chancellor’s First Year Leadership Program. Worked in creating leadership modules based on best practices,
teaching, and scholarship related to leadership, gender, diversity, and sport management.
2011-2013 Adjunct Online Professor. American Public University. Sport Management. Responsibilities include online teaching of assigned
courses include Gender Issues in Sport, Sociological Issues in Sport, Sport Governance & Policy, and Ethics in Sport.
2006-2012 Assistant Professor- Parks, Recreation, & Tourism Management. Sport Management Concentration. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.
Responsibilities include: teaching both undergraduate and graduate courses within the department; curriculum development, the pursuit of external funding; scholarly research; committee work; course development; and advising. Undergraduate Courses:
Sport Administration Sport Finance & Economics Senior Seminar in Sport Management Psychological & Sociological Issues in Sport Graduate Courses: Diversity in Sport (in person and online class) Facility & Event Management Doctoral Seminar (co-instructor)
*Moodle utilized for courses. Also have experience with WebCt, Blackboard, & Sakai.
2004-2006 Assistant Professor- Health, Exercise, & Sport Sciences Sport Management Emphasis Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas
Responsibilities include: teaching both undergraduate and graduate courses within the department; curriculum development, the pursuit of external funding; scholarly research; committee work; course development; and advising. Undergraduate Courses: Ethical Issues in Sport Gender Issues in Sport Sport in World Culture Women in Sport (Online through California State University Bakersfield)
Graduate Courses: Management of Sport & Athletics Sport in American Culture Sport Event Management
2001-2004 Assistant Professor- Sport, Fitness, & Leisure Studies Sport Management Concentration Salem State University, Salem, Massachusetts Responsibilities included: the development of new curriculum in sport management concentration; development of course syllabi; text review and selection; teaching 12 credit hours per semester;
developing internship program; applied (and received) for NASPE/NASSM program approval; advising 10-15 SFL majors.
Undergraduate Courses Taught: Health and Wellness Marketing and Public Relations in SFL Industries Directed Field in Sport Management Financial Aspects of SFL Industries Ethics and Communication in Sport Management Leisure/Fitness Programming and Management Facility & Event Management in SFL Industries Senior Seminar in Sport Management Sport Management Internship Activity Courses as Needed (Weight training, basketball) 1998-2001 Assistant Professor- Sport Management Webber International University, Babson Park, Florida Responsibilities included: the development and management of program curriculum; development of all course syllabi; text review and selection, teaching 15 credit hours (5 course preparations) per semester; attaining, networking, and supervising all student internships; advising 75 students in Sport Management. Undergraduate Courses Taught: Fit for Life Introduction to Sport Management Field Experiences in Sport Management Ethics and Issues in Sport Sport Promotion Club Operations Management Risk Management & Legal Aspects (proposed F/2001) Sport Information and Media Relations Facilities and Event Management Sport Administration and Internship
Graduate Courses (MBA): (developed) MBA 670 Integrative Approaches to Sporting Events MBA 671 Analyses of Legal & Political Aspects of Sport Business MBA 673 Financial Strategies in Sport Environments MBA 675 Management & Leadership Theory in Sport
1996-1998 Teaching Assistant/Instructor University of New Mexico; Albuquerque, NM Classes Taught: Graduate Class- Masters and Doctoral Students:
Co-Taught Moral & Ethical Issues in Sport Various departmental courses for both majors and non-majors Activity classes (jogging, weight training, basketball)
SCHOLARLY WORK Publications Refereed Journal Articles (in review & in progress) Hancock, M., Grappendorf, H., Burton, L J., & Wells, J. (in review/revision). The role of mentoring in career satisfaction and career breakthroughs for women in intercollegiate athletic administration. Simmons, J., Hancock, M., & Grappendorf, H. (in review/revision). Does the sport fan role cause conflict with the family? Exploring the dynamics. Ruihley, B. J., & Grappendorf, H. (in progress). How women really feel about fantasy sport participation. Farrell, A., & Grappendorf, H. (in progress). A guy’s perspective on watching the U.S. women’s national team in World Cup competition. Refereed Journal Articles (published): Grappendorf, H., & Burton, L. J. (2016). Are sport management faculty biased? An examination of faculty perceptions of male and female students’ applications for a job in sport. Global Sport Business Journal, 4, 1-10. Samariniotis, H. N., Aicher, T. J., & Grappendorf, H. (2016). The perceived effects of the double bind on female head coaches of masculine and feminine sports. Journal of Contemporary Athletics, 10, 185-199.
Fowler Harris, K., Grappendorf, H., Aicher, T. J., & Veraldo, C. (2015). “Discrimination? Low pay? Long hours? I am still excited.” Advancing Women in Leadership Journal, 35, 12-21. Grappendorf, H., & Ruihley, B. J. (2015). Different activity, same story: women’s perceptions of why fantasy sport is male dominated. Global Sport Business Journal, 3, 1- 15. Bower, G., Hums, M. A., & Grappendorf, H. (2015). Same story; different day: Greatest challenges of women working in intercollegiate athletic administration. Manuscript submitted to International Journal of Sport Management, Recreation, & Tourism, 19, 12- 39. Fowler Harris, K., Grappendorf, H., Veraldo, C., Aicher, T. J. (2014). A concern for the future of sport management? Female students’ perceptions toward their sport management degree. Global Sport Business Journal, 2, 28-43. Grappendorf, H., & Burton, L. (2014). Examining the influence of athletic participation in the evaluation of entry-level positions in financial services: An application of role congruity theory, Journal for the Study of Sports and Athletes in Education, 8, 19-32. Grappendorf, H. (2013). The “year” of women in sports? Why stop at one? Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, & Dance, 84, 7-8. Henderson, K., Grappendorf, H., Tomas, S., & Bruton, C. (2013). The status of women in the parks and recreation profession in the US. World Leisure Journal, 55, 58-71. Grappendorf, H., & Wyer, M. (2012). Opting into leadership: Finding a parsimonious model. Women in Engineering Proactive Network (WEPAN) published papers. Henderson, A. C., Burton, L., Grappendorf, H. (2011). Attributions for success and failure in athletic administration positions. Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics, 4, 257-270.
Grappendorf, H., Henderson, A. C., Burton, L., & Boyles, P. (2011). Utilizing role congruity theory to examine the hiring of Blacks for entry level sport management positions. Journal for the Study of Sports and Athletes in Education, 5,201-218.
Burton, L., Grappendorf, H., & Henderson, A.C. (2011). Perceptions of gender in athletic administration: Utilizing role congruity theory to examine potential prejudice against women. Journal of Sport Management, 25, 36-45. Grappendor