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Prof. DR. ROBERT C. SCHNEIDER
122 Raleigh Street

Rochester, NY 14620




585-395-2587 (work), 585-423-9603 (cell), rschneid@brockport.edu




EDUCATION





  1. Ed.D., Sport Management and Leisure Studies, Emphasis: Sport

Administration and Recreation, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.



  1. M.A.T., Physical Education, Emphasis: Physical Education and Teaching

Methods, the University of West Alabama (formerly Livingston University), Livingston AL.


  1. B.S., Major: Physical Education, Minor: Science, the Ohio State

University, Columbus, OH.


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

08/97 – present Full-Time Faculty Member: Professor, The College at Brockport, State University of New York (SUNY), Brockport, NY.

01/13 – present Sport Management Program Director/Coordinator

Oversaw all aspects of undergraduate sport management program

consisting of approximately 200 students, 5 full-time faculty, and 5 part-time faculty.
Undergraduate Courses Taught:



        1. Introduction to Sport Management




        1. Research in Sport Management




        1. Sport Management & Administration
          1. Emphasis: Sport Marketing and Sport Sales


          2. Included : Practicum Placement and Advising




        1. History of Sport, Play & Exercise (120 students)




        1. Coaching Sport




        1. Advanced Basketball


Graduate Courses Taught (Sport Management):


        1. Budget, Finance & Facility Management of Sport




        1. Administration & Supervision of Physical Education & Athletics



Course Teaching Evaluations:
The high majority of teaching scores, as evaluated by students, for courses taught ranged between the “exceptional” and “excellent” categories.
Class Guest Lecturer:

2000 to Present – APS Seminar

2000, May – Significance of Physical Activity

2000, February – Beginning Basketball

2000, April – Beginning Basketball

1999, Fall – Research and Evaluation for P.E. Teachers 1998, November – APS Seminar


Student Learning Outcomes:
1998 to present – Assessor of Sport Management Learning Outcomes through Sport Management Exit Interviews (approximately 10 interviews per semester)
2002, Fall – Organized and Assembled Sport Management Exit

Interviews


Instructional Activities Beyond the Classroom:
Conducted, on average, six group tutoring sessions per semester for the following courses: (a) The History of Sport, Play, and Exercise (1997-present), and (b) Coaching Sports (2000-present).
1997, Fall – Individual Skill Development Sessions, Advanced Basketball
Student Advising:
Advised, on average, 50 undergraduate students per semester

(1997-present).


Independent/Directed Studies (Advisor)

The State University of New York at Brockport
2003, Spring – Coaching Sports

2001, Spring – History of Golf

2000, Spring – History of Basketball

2000, Fall – Advanced Jogging

1999, Spring – Career Exploration Course


Mentor

CELT Mentoring Program (2009-2010)

EOC Mentor/Mentee Program, SUNY Brockport, (1998 to present)
07/94 – 08/97 Full-Time Faculty Member: Assistant Professor, Sport

Management, Salem-Teikyo University, Salem, WV.


Major Responsibilities: Development of Sport Management Program. Formation of undergraduate and graduate Sport Management curriculum, practicums, international internships, Sport Management major advising, research, committee service, community service, and teaching excellence.
Sport Management Courses Taught:
Sport Management Principles

Governance and Ethics of Sport

Sociology and Psychology of Sport

Sport Marketing

Facility and Event Management of Sport

History of Sport

Economics and Finance of Sport

Legal Aspects of Sport


Other Courses Taught:
Wellness – includes the guidance and counseling of individual

students on personalized programs such as nutrition, weight

control, cardiovascular fitness, and weight training.
Additional Activity Courses Taught (within the Wellness format):
Track and Field

Racquet Ball

Basketball

Softball


Strength Training

1997, March Director, NCAA Division II Men’s Regional Basketball



Tournament: Louisville, KY.
Major Responsibilities:
Directed the planning effort for the men’s Division II, Elite Eight

Basketball Tournament.


1994 – 1997 Faculty Athletics Representative(FAR) to the NCAA: Salem-

Teikyo University, Salem, WV.
Major Responsibilities:
Principle advisor to the CEO on all matters related to intercollegiate athletics.
Institutional representative to the NCAA and athletics conferences,

seminars and conventions.


Interpret NCAA legislation.
Monitor the coordination of compliance efforts and rules education

among campus entities outside the athletics department.


Assist the director of athletics in devising and implementing

NCAA rules education and compliance programs inside the

athletics department.
Facilitate and develop the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and encourage the involvement of student-athletes in matters which affect their lives.
Assist the CEO and the director of athletics in determining the

institutional positions on proposed NCAA legislation, and also on

conference matters.
05/94 – 07/94 Sport Management Internship: Athletic Department, La Salle

University, Philadelphia, PA.


Major Responsibilities: Assisted in the day to day operations of athletics business.

07/91 – 07/94 Part-Time Faculty Member: Physical Education Department,

Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.
Major Responsibilities: Consisted of organization and

preparation of course content including teaching methods, administration of skills tests, and grading criteria. Responsibilities also consisted of preparing daily lessons including lectures, demonstrations, and skill progression techniques.



Undergraduate Courses Taught:
Introductory Golf

Introductory Basketball

Introductory Volleyball

Introductory Weight training

Introductory Tennis

Advanced Golf

Advanced Tennis

Basketball Theory

1992 – 1994 Assistant Basketball Coach: Gloucester County College, Sewell,

New Jersey.


Major Responsibilities:
Scouted and Prepared Scouting Reports on Opponents

Recruited High School Players From the Philadelphia and South

Jersey Area

Performed Extensive Floor Coaching During Practice Sessions

Analyzed Game Film of Opposing Teams

Assembled and Coached the “Scout Team” During Practice

Sessions

Planned Practice with the Head Coach

1992 – 1994 Summer Basketball Camp: Burlington YMCA, Burlington, NJ.
Major Responsibilities: Created and corporated financially

successful basketball camp for children ages six through sixteen. Operated all phases of the camp including advertisement, promotions, public relations, finances and logistical matters.

06/93 – 09/93 Instructor, Private Tennis Lessons: Temple University, Ambler

Campus, Ambler, PA.


Major Responsibilities: Created and implemented successful

personal tennis lessons program. Organized, planned and taught instructional content for beginning, intermediate and advanced level players.

09/91 – 09/92 Intramural Director: Recreation Department, Community

College of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.


Major Responsibilities: Created and implemented a first year

intramural program. Responsible for the supervision of the entire intramural program which included operating within the existing athletic budget, recruiting and assigning appropriate support personnel such as officials, statisticians and administrative assistants.

09/91 – 09/92 Community Activity Director Assistant: Recreation

Department, Community College of Philadelphia, Philadelphia,

PA.
Major Responsibilities: Assisted in the coordination and

implementation of first year activity program for community members. Activities included aerobics, physical fitness, walking program, three on three basketball league, volleyball league, racquetball, ping pong, and chess and checkers tournaments.

09/91 – 09/92 Assistant Basketball Coach: Community College of

Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.


Major Responsibilities: Recruited area players, scouted and

prepared scouting reports on opponents and partook in extensive

floor coaching during practice sessions.

09/91 – 09/92 Academic Tutor (Drug Rehabilitation Center): Progressive

Education Services, Berlin, NJ.
Major Responsibilities: Responsible for the academic progress of

six drug rehabilitation students. Established individualized lesson plans and grading criteria. Provided counseling and support with the overall objective to prepare students to excel effectively in the “mainstreamed” classroom.

09/90 – 06/91 Physical Education Activity Class Coordinator: University of

West Alabama, Livingston, AL.


Major Responsibilities: Coordinated and placed Physical

Education graduate assistants in activity course teaching positions.

Monitored and provided evaluative feedback on teaching

Performances


09/88 – 06/91 Part-Time Faculty Member: Physical Education Department,

University of West Alabama, Livingston, AL.


Major Responsibilities: Consisted of preparation of course

content including teaching methods, administration of skills tests, and grading criteria. Also consisted of preparing daily lessons including lectures, demonstrations and skill progression techniques.


Undergraduate Courses Taught:
Introductory Track and Field

Introductory Golf

Introductory Basketball

Introductory Volleyball

Introductory Softball

Introductory Weight Training

Introductory Tennis

Introductory Archery

Aerobic Conditioning

Lifetime Fitness

Track and Field

Advanced Golf

Advanced Tennis

Advanced Basketball

09/88 – 06/90 Student Teacher Supervisor: Physical Education Department,

University of West Alabama, Livingston, AL.


Major Responsibilities: Assisted in the coordination of teaching

experiences for student teachers. Supervised and team taught University of Alabama activity classes with undergraduate Physical Education teaching majors.


09/88 – 09/89 Athletic Residential Life Counselor: Athletic Residential Hall,

University of West, Alabama, Livingston, AL.

Major Responsibilities:
Development and Implementation of Residence Hall Policies and

Procedures

Coordination of Housing Assignments

Supervision of Discipline Related Matters

Management of Financial Matters

1988 – 1991 Recruiting Coordinator/Assistant Basketball Coach:

University of West Alabama, Livingston, AL.
Major Responsibilities:
Planned, Organized and Led National Recruiting Efforts

Successful in Coordinating Recruiting of Top National Talent

Targeted Junior College and High School Players from Alabama,

Mississippi, Georgia, Louisiana, and Florida

Scouted and Prepared Scouting Reports on Opponents

Performed Extensive Floor Coaching During Practice Sessions

Developed and Supervised “Off-Season” Conditioning and Weight

Program


Responsible for Film Exchange

Scheduled all Non-Conference Games

Prepared Travel Arrangements for Away Games

Managed all Financial Matters, for Away Games

Planned Practice With Head Coach

Supervised Managers and Trainers

03/90 – 06/90 Special Olympics Coordinator: University of West Alabama,

Livingston, AL.


Major Responsibilities: Oversaw and supervised the organization

of the Special Olympics for local elementary school, middle school and high school students. Staffed and delegated specific tasks to support personnel.

09/87 – 06/88 Assistant Basketball Coach: Capital University, Columbus, OH.
Major Responsibilities: Recruited area players, scouted and

prepared scouting reports on opponents and partook in extensive

floor coaching during practice sessions. Monitored study table.

09/86 – 06/87 Physical Education and Science Instructor: Westland High

School, Columbus, OH.
Major Responsibilities: Instruction of the following courses:
General Science – 9th Grade

Chemistry – 11th Grade

Physical Education – 9th and 10th Grade
Assistant Basketball Coach: Westland High School, Columbus, Ohio.
Major Responsibilities: Prepared scouting reports on opponents

and partook in extensive floor coaching during practice sessions. Monitored academic progress of players.


03/86 – 06/86 Student Teacher: Norton Middle School, Columbus, OH.


Major Responsibilities: Planning, organizing and teaching the following courses to 6th through 8th grade students:
Fencing

Physical Conditioning

Square Dance

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
Academic Member of Athens (Greece) Institute for Education and Research (ATINER), Member – since 2012
International Society for the Social Sciences (ISSSS), Member – since 2010
European Association for the Sport Philosophy (EAPS), Member – since 2010
International Association of Philosophy of Sport (IAPS), Member – since 2009
ICHPERD SD, Member – since 2006
Sports Lawyers Association (SLA), Member – since 1998
North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM), Member – since 1994

American Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance

(AAHPERD), Member – since 1994
National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), Member – since 1990


PUBLICATION SUBSCRIPTIONS
ICHPERD Journal

Journal of Sport Management (JSM)

Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (JOPERD)

Strategies

Chronicle of Higher Education

Athletic Business

Research in Sport and Physical Education

NCAA News

NABC Courtside

ESPN The Magazine

Sports Illustrated

Runners World

Tennis

HONORS AND AWARDS

2010 – Recipient of the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Scholarship/Creative Activity (EISCA). The EISCA is the most prestigious scholarship award granted from the State University of New York higher education system.


Employee of the Month, in Recognition of Excellence in Productivity, Loyalty

and University Service, Salem-Teikyo University (April 1997)


Outstanding Student, Department Chair, and Peer Teaching Evaluations, Salem-

Teikyo University (1994-1997)


Extraordinary Student and Department Head Teaching Evaluations, Temple

University, Physical Education Department (1990-1994)


Awarded Part-Time Faculty Appointment, Temple University, Physical Education

Department (1990 – 1994)


Doctoral Comprehensive Examination, Passed with Distinction, Temple

University (1993)



CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

Developed and Implemented Sport Management Curriculum Based on North

American Society of Sport Management (NASSM) and the National Association of Sport and Physical Education (NASPE) Guidelines, Salem, Teikyo University (1995)

Developed and Implemented Salem-Teikyo University Sport Management

Internship Requirements (1996)


COLLEGE, COMMUNITY, AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
DEPARTMENTAL SERVICE
The College at Brockport (formerly The State University of New York at Brockport)

2013-2014 – Sport Management Periodic Program Review (PPR) Point Person


  • Oversaw the Process in its Entirety, Completed Self-Study, Identified and Invited External Reviewers, Contacted Participants and Scheduled Meetings, Served as Primary Host throughout the April 9-11, 2014 Site Visit

2011 to present – International Sport Management Program Coordinator




  • Proposed International Sport Management Minor

  • Proposed International Sport Management Concentration

2006 to present – Chair, Governance Committee




  • Reviewed the departmental governance document in its entirety

  • Presented proposed amendments to the faculty

  • Amended the document where necessary

2006 to Present – Awards Committee member




  • Established criteria for departmental awards

  • Met with sponsors of scholarship awards

  • Organized annual departmental awards ceremony

  • Attended and participated in annual awards ceremony

1998 to present – New Student Information Sessions and Transfer Student



Orientation Sessions, actively involved in the answering of questions and the

general provision of information to incoming Brockport students as part of an

effort to assist them to successfully make the transition to SUNY Brockport.
1998 to present – Registration (SOAR) Session, actively involved, on a per semester

basis, with the advisement and registration of incoming Brockport students


1997 to 2001 – Teacher Preparation Program Fitness Test, Administrator of selected

testing sessions


2002, Fall – Department Graduate Coordinator (Interim)


  • Scheduled meetings and met with P.E. & Sport Graduate Committee

  • Met with the Graduate Council (Susan Stites-Doe)

  • Processed P.E. & Sport Applications

  • Addressed graduate inquiries by students

2011-2012, Search Committee Member – Sport Studies tenure track faculty position

2004-2005, Chairperson, Sports Studies Search Committee
2001-2003, Member of Three Pedagogy Search Committees
2000-2001, Search Committee Member – Philosophy of Sport, tenure track faculty

position
2001 to present – Faculty Advisor, Sport Management Club




  • Provided leadership and guidance to the members

  • Regularly met with Sport Management Club president

  • Developed Charter

  • Hosted evening with guest speakers: Gregg Pastore, Buffalo Bills; Mike

Andriatch SUNY Brockport

  • Invited guest speakers:

a) Dan Lunetta, Special Assistant to the General Manager, Montreal Expos

b) Dan Mason, General Manager, Rochester Redwings

c) Jody Gage, General Manager, Rochester Americans
1998 to 2006; 2008 to present; Chair, 2011 – Personnel (APTD) Committee Member


  • Involved in Discretionary Salary Increase (DSI) deliberations

  • Assisted in all faculty renewal decisions

  • Assisted in tenure decision

  • Evaluating and developing the departmental personnel document

  • Assisted with internal chairperson search

  • Chaired subcommittee for Excellence in Scholarship and Creative Activities

Award

  • Development of IDEA scoring procedures

  • Refinement of departmental personnel document

  • Developed advisement evaluation instrument and procedures

  • Development of chairperson search procedures

  • Forming search committee for the pedagogy position in elementary

and pedagogy position in secondary

  • Chaired subcommittee for Excellence in Scholarship and Creative Activities

Award
1998-1999, Biomechanist Search Committee Member

­Salem-Teikyo University
Student of the Module Nomination and Selection Committee, Salem-Teikyo

University, (1994-1997)



COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY SERVICE
The State University of New York at Brockport
Initiated the William F. Stier Jr. Undergraduate Sport Management Scholarship and Led its Donor Campaigns (2014-Present)

  • Alumni and Colleague Letters and Various Fundraising Activities


Member, Chancellor’s Award Scholarship and Creative Activity Review Committee (2011-2013)


Mentor, Educational Opportunity Program (2011-Present)
Member, Facilities Master Plan Steering Committee (2009-present)

  • Represented facility interests of the School of Arts & Performance

  • Provided consultant with materials for the State University Construction Fund


Brockport Intercollegiate Athletic Board Member (2000-present)

  • Involved in discussion of budget issues and athletic fee proposal


Delegate, United University Professions (2005 to present)

  • Attended Fall and Spring Delegate Assemblies

  • Performed role of liaison to department


Delegate, NYSUT Representative Assembly (2010-present)

  • Represented UUP at the 2010 NYSUT, Washington, D.C. (April 29-May 1, 2010).


Delegate, AFT Representative Assembly (2010-present)

  • Represented UUP at 2010 AFT Convention, Seattle, WA (July 7-11, 2010).


Fall Academic Convocation Committee Member (1999-2003)

  • Met throughout the year, planning all details of the convocation from identifying student speakers and assisting them in the script rehearsal to determining and planning the order of events.


Faculty Senator (Alternate) (2000-2001)

  • Attended several meetings in place of the department’s faculty senator


Faculty Senator (2001-2003)

  • Attended bi-weekly meetings and was involved in all senatorial duties, including

all deliberations and voting
Personnel Policies Committee Member, 2001-2003


  • Addressed policy concerns directed to the committee, including:

The faculty observer/consultants for departmental chairperson searches, and the reviewing of faculty policy for new faculty hire dates

Facilities Planning Committee Member (2001-2003)

  • Informed the committee of faculty senate activities

  • Involved in the development of the annual alteration projects document
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