Global Sport Business Association

    Global Sport Bussiness Association
            Cruise Conference 2022  

Next Sailing: March 3-7, 2022


If you missed the 2020 cruise, you missed a lot!

2020 GSBA Conference Schedule

2:00-4:00   Registration  
7:30-8:30   Evening Session / Reception  
8:30-9:00   Poster Session Authors
    Strategic Visionary Management as Enabler of Commercial Sport Management Kim, Qian, & Zhang
    Consumer Behavior of Women’s Sports: Development of a Conceptual Framework Johnson, Pearson, Zapalac, & Zhang
    The Role of Academic Advisors at NJCAA Institutions: A Qualitative Study Exploring Self-Perceptions of Athletic Academic Advisors at Junior Colleges Kropp & Bass
    Safety and Security in an Institutionalized Setting: How Professional Sport Safety Managers Build and Maintain Stadium and Arena Security Martyn, Brannigan, Oja, & Morse
    A Unified ‘Sport for Health’ Paradigm: Conceptualizing A Tailored Approach To Organizational Management In Physical Activity Initiatives Pickett
    How Persuasive Sponsorship-Linked Advertising Can Be: The Case of New Sponsors with Low Functional Fit in The NBA Chou & Zhang
9:00-9:20   Using the Transparent Assignment Template to Promote Student Success Newman & Pinsky-Newman
9:30-9:50   Envisioning the Distance Future Bair & Bair
10:00-10:20   Examining Pros, Cons, and Potential Pitfalls in Creating and Growing Online Sport Management Master’s Programs Damon, Pickett, & Brown
10:20-10:40   Break  
10:40-11:00   Faculty Perspectives of Best Practices In Team Teaching: An Interactive And Dynamic Approach For Pedagogy In An Introduction To Sport Management Course Tudor & Jisha
11:10-11:30   Leadership Challenge Course and Group Dynamics Tudor & Smucker
11:40-12:00   Salary Negotiation Experiences of Female Sport Management Professors Grappendorf, Hancock, Grube, & Veraldo
12:00-1:30 Lunch Break  
1:30-1:50   Recognizing and Reporting Sexual Harassment:  Does Training Make a Difference? Riemer, Zonder, & Schumacher 
2:00-2:20   Sex Trafficking and Sport McNary & Zovko
2:20-2:40   Break  
2:40-3:00   Rethinking External Operations at a Mid-Major: A Case of Restructuring, Reinventing, and Outsourcing in Division I Athletics Reese & McDermand
3:00-3:20   The Mutually Beneficially Relationship of Technology and Sport Buckley
3:20-3:40   Break  
3:40-4:00   Institutional Logic Multiplicity among NCAA Division I Student-Athletes and Their Respective Institutions Martyn, Stensland, Kropp, Oja, Bass, & Morse
4:10-4:30   Testing the Model of Popularity of Sportwear Brand Adidas in Consumer: A Case Study of Sport Science Students Almiri, Saatchian, & Morad
6:30-7:30   Evening Session / Reception  
Saturday   No Activities  
8:30-9:00   Poster Session Authors
    Breaking Down Intercollegiate Athletic Reform:  A Scouting Report Christy, Sanney, & Grube
    Using Experiential Education as a Framework for Short-Term Global Experiences Grube & Grube
    Diversifying The Intercollegiate Athletic Leadership Hierarchy: Facilitators of The Inclusion For Female Leaders  Moore & Huberty
    An Examination of Coach’s Pre-activity Training Practices In NCAA Division I & Division III Soccer Judge, Bellar, Stdler, Nordmann, Schoeff, & Petersen
    Where Legends Are Made:  Synergizing Academics and Athletics through Archetype Branding Vincent
    Preferred Marketing Models Whisenant, Martin, & Arwari
9:00-9:20   House Bill 620: Accessibility Implications for Sport and Entertainment Venue Managers Scroggins, Evans, Gillentine, & Pate
9:30-9:50   A Side Order of Epinephrine? Growing Concerns Associated with Fan Food Allergies Gillentine, Pettus, & Mulholland
10:00-10:20   Anthropomorphic?!? The Business Impact of Mascots Gillentine & Hague
10:20-10:40   Break  
10:40-11:00 High School Sport Research: An Aggregation of Competitive Balance and Public/Private Issues Johnson & Stoffer
11:10-11:30   Interscholastic Athletics and the Public-Private Issue: A Qualitative Analysis of Public School Parents’ Perception of Competitive Balance Johnson, Stoffer, Walker, & Dalgety
11:35-12:00   Sport Management Professionalism Buberty & Ross
12:00-1:00 Lunch Break  
1:30-1:50   A Qualitative Assessment of Coaches’ Perceptions Toward Their Roles in Motivation, Leadership, and Commitment: A Completed Study Fraina, Mullane, & Rosenberg
2:00-2:20   Exploring Protocol, Negligence, and the Legal Liability facing Sport Administrators at Secondary and Post-Secondary Institutions Weaver, Carls, & Dickens
2:20-2:40   Break  
2:40-3:00   A Conversation to Lead to Implementation of a Rating System for Sport Management/Sport Administration Programs Mullane & Fraina
3:00-3:20   Hitting the Bullseye: A Case study and practical examination of College Archery Rolfe, Malmo, Li, & Cork
7:30-8:30   Evening Session / Reception  


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