Dear Graduate Students,
Please help us to recruit and select your future professor.
This Monday through Wednesday we will be hosting our third candidate for our Assistant Professor position in socio-cultural studies/sport management: Stacy Warner, PhD.
Please mark your calendars for the following opportunities to meet Dr. Warner:
Tuesday, March 8, 2016
11:20-12:20 Research Presentation – HPER 232
Wednesday, March 9, 2016
10:15-11:15 Meet with Graduate Students – Partners Conf. Room
Dr. Warner received her PhD in Sport Management from the University of Texas in May 2010. She accepted a tenure-track faculty position at East Carolina University beginning in August 2010. She quickly established herself as an exceptional research and teacher and earned tenure and promotion at the conclusion of the 2015 academic year.
Dr. Warner’s research interests are in the roles sport and sport culture play in the lives of individuals through their social environment, i.e., families, communities, and other social networks. This research provides the tools for sport managers to make informed decisions how sport can facilitate positive change. Her research focuses on how organizations can optimize community building through sport to improve the quality of life for participants, employees and other stakeholders.
Dr. Warner is an accomplished researcher. She had 31 publications and four accepted publications at the time of her application submission. She has published in the field’s top journals as well including the Journal of Sport Management, Sociology of Sport Journal, Women in Sport and Physical Activity, Sport Management Review among others. Her research record was recognized as she earned Research Fellow status from the North American Society of Sport Management (NASSM). She also has more than 40 academic conference presentations.
Dr. Warner has taught courses at the undergraduate level in regards to the international aspects of sport and sport in modern society and administration of sport at the graduate level. All of her references lauded her teaching ability and she has scored well in teaching evaluations at East Carolina.
Dr. Warner has been grant active and has sought external funding on a consistent basis. She has a grant under review for Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics, and has sought funding from the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). She has received a $5,000 grant from the NCAA and a $2,300 grant from NASSM. Both are highly competitive grants.