Sport Management Graduate Students Presenting Posters at the Northeast Association of Sport Psychology's Annual Conference
April 5, 2013
Several graduate students in the Sport Management program will be presenting posters at the Northeast Association of Sport Psychology's (NASP) Annual Conference at Temple University this Friday, April 5 through Saturday, April 6. Each year, students and professionals from across the country attend the NASP Conference for education and discussion in the fields of health and exercise psychology, performance and sport psychology, and social psychology. This is the first time Sport Management students have attended this conference. The students are in the beginning stages of their research projects and will be presenting their research proposals via their posters.
The students will be presenting on the following topics:
- Kathleen Kenney: "Closing the Loop: Delivering Coach-Appropriate Concussion Training"
- Alexander Kulp: "Understanding Motivations to Donate to Individual Teams in NCAA Division III"
- Stephen Maze: "The Strength is in the Relationship: The NCAA Division Coaches and their Strength Coaching Staff"
- Rachel Sandler: "So What Should We Do?: Coach Guidelines for Preventing Disordered Eating Among Female Collegiate Athletes"
- Matthew Veleber: "Preparation for Everything Else: A Plan to Assist Major League Baseball Players"
Dr. Amy Giddings will also be presenting "Vlogging as a Means to Recruit and Retain Women Coaches" and moderating an exciting panel with Tina Sloan Green (Black Women in Sport), Stephen Gregg (SquashSmarts), and Rusty McCarty (Mantua in Action) entitled, "Coaching in an Urban Environment: Challenges, Insights, and Joyful Appreciation."