Christopher R. Barnhill, PhD



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Christopher R. Barnhill, PhD.
Professional Address
112 Huey Long Fieldhouse

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803


Current Employment
Louisiana State University

Assistant Professor of Sport Management


Education
The Ohio State University Columbus, Ohio

PhD. Sport Management August, 2011

Advisor: Dr. Brian Turner

Dissertation Title: An examination of the antecedents and outcomes of psychological contract violation of intercollegiate student-athletes


East Tennessee State University Johnson City, Tennessee

Master of Business Administration May, 2004


University of Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee

B.S. Sport Management May, 2002

Minor Business Administration
Research Interests
My research interests are primarily in the area of organizational behavior and leadership in sports organizations. I also explore topics related to sport consumer behavior, sport law, and education of sport management students.
Publications
Czekanski, W.A., & Barnhill, C.R. (In press). Recruiting the student-athlete: An

examination of the college decision process. Journal for the Study of Sports & Athletes in Education 9(3).


Barnhill, C. R., Palmero, M., & Kim, W. (in press). Students’ perceptions of the benefits

and costs of transitioning to FBS football: An exploratory study. Journal of



Contemporary Athletics, 10(3).

Barnhill, C. R., & Palmero, M. (in press). Should WAU move to FBS? Case Studies in Sport Management. Case Studies in Sport Management.


Barnhill. C. R., & Palmero, M. (in press). Marketing FBS Football to Students at

Wisconsin State. Case Studies in Sport Management.


Barnhill, C. R., & Turner, B. A. (in press). The impact of psychological contract breach

on student-athlete satisfaction, perceived in-role performance, and organizational citizenship behaviors. Journal of Applied Sport Management.


Barnhill, C. R., & Turner, B. A. (2014). Psychological contract breach between coaches

and student-athletes: The impact on team commitment. Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics, 7, 245-262.


Barnhill, C. R., Czekanski, W. A., & Turner, B. A. (2013). Psychological contracts and

student-athlete retention. Journal for the Study of Sports and Athletes in Education, 7(1), 20-40.


Barnhill, C. R., & Turner, B. A. (2013). Broken promises: The Effect of psychological

contract violation on student-athletes’ trust and intentions to leave their team. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 6, 179-195.


Research in Progress
Manuscripts in progress
Barnhill, C. R., & Brown, L. E. (Manuscript in progress). The effects of age and

experience on employees’ perceptions of psychological contract fulfillment.


Barnhill, C. R., Pfleegor, A. G., & Czekanski, W. A. (Manuscript in progress). Getting to

know our students: A baseline study of Intro to Sport Management students.


Barnhill, C. R., & Phillips, K. (Manuscript in progress). Deconstructing the student-athlete psychological contract: A qualitative look at student-athletes’ expectations of their college experience.
Brown, L. E., & Barnhill, C. R. (Manuscript in progress). Employee expectations of CSR

practices: A psychological contract perspective.


Brown, L. E., & Barnhill, C. R. (Manuscript in progress). What is our mission? The

effect of mission statements on employee expectations of CSR practices.


Lee, H.W., Barnhill, C.R., & Gipson, C. (Manuscript in progress). Experience of flow

and perceived stadium atmosphere: Moderating role of team identification.

Thorn, D., Czekanski, W. A., & Barnhill, C. R. (Manuscript in progress). The impact of

organizational structure on psychological contracts: A case study of an intercollegiate athletic department.


Research in Progress

Barnhill, C. R., & Brown, L. E. (Research in progress) Outcomes of psychological

contract expectations of sport organization employees.
Williams, D., Hardin, R. & Barnhill, C. R. (Research in progress). Intercollegiate athletic

department policies toward mental health issues of student-athletes.


Scholarly Presentations
National / International Presentations
Barnhill, C.R., & Gipson, C. (October 2015). Experience of flow and perceived stadium

atmosphere: Moderating role of team identification. Paper accept for poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Sport Marketing Association (SMA), Atlanta, Georgia.
Pfleegor, A. G., Barnhill, C. R., & Czekanski, W. A. (September, 2015). A snapshot of

sport management students’ demographics, backgrounds, and career expectations in the United States. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the European Association for Sport Management (EASM), Dublin, Ireland.
Brown, L. E., & Barnhill, C. R. (June, 2015). Employee expectations of CSR practices: A

psychological contract perspective. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM), Ottawa, Ontario.
Barnhill, C. R., Czech, D. R., & Phillips, K. (April, 2015). Deconstructing the student-

athlete psychological contract. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the College Sport Research Institute (CSRI), Columbia, South Carolina.
Thorn, D., Czekanski, W. A., & Barnhill, C. R. (April, 2015). Who's the boss? A

case study of physiological contracts and multiple contract makers. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the College Sport Research Institute (CSRI), Columbia, South Carolina.
Barnhill, C. R., & Palmero, M. (May, 2014). Students’ reasons for supporting a move

from FCS to FBS. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Barnhill, C. R., Czech, D. R., & Turner, B. A. (April, 2014). Terms of the student-athlete

psychological contract: A thematic analysis. Paper accepted for poster presentation at the annual meeting of the College Sport Research Institute (CSRI), Columbia, South Carolina.
Czekanski, W. A., & Barnhill, C. R. (April, 2014). Factors influencing student-athlete

school choice: Creating and evaluating a new instrument. Paper accepted for poster presentation at the annual meeting of the College Sport Research Institute (CSRI), Columbia, South Carolina.

Brown, L. E., Bruffy, K., Barnhill, C. R., & Czekanski, W. A. (May, 2012). Sharing the



doctoral experience: Using peer-to-peer relationships to enhance the doctoral student experience. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM), Seattle, Washington.
Barnhill, C. R., & Turner, B. A. (June, 2011). An examination of the antecedents and

outcomes of psychological contract violation in intercollegiate student-athletes. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM), London, Ontario.
Barnhill, C. R., Czekanski, W. A., & Turner, B. A. (June, 2010). The role of

psychological contract violation in student-athlete retention. Paper accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM), Tampa, Florida.
Market Research
Funded Research
Rawlings Sporting Goods Inc. July 2012 – May 2013


  • Gathered consumer opinion regarding current and potential product offerings

  • Conducted multiple data collections for the corporation

  • Conducted regular meetings with Rawlings product managers to gain and provide feedback based on research findings

  • Oversaw a team of approximately 20 undergraduate students who assisted in data collections

Non-Funded Research


Georgia Southern University Athletic Department December 2014 – Present

  • Collecting demographics and consumer behavior information for the athletic department

  • Exploring changes in fan behaviors following a transition from FCS to FBS football and a move from the Southern Conference to the Sun Belt Conference

The Ohio State University Athletic Department March 2010



      • Collected data related to demographics and consumer behavior of spectators at men’s ice hockey games

      • Provided marketing and promotion recommendations for the athletic department

Johnson City Symphony Orchestra May 2004



      • Collected demographic data of symphony subscribers


Grants
Funded
Louisiana State University Office of Research & Economic Development Junior Faculty Travel Grant (2015).

      • Used to attend the European Association for Sport Management Conference in Dublin, Ireland: $1,000


Teaching Experience
Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Assistant Professor of Sport Management

August, 2015 – present


      • Courses Designed & Taught

Georgia Southern University Statesboro, Georgia

Assistant Professor of Sport Management

June 2013 – July 2015




  • Courses Designed & Taught

    • SMGT 2130: Introduction to Sport Management

    • SMGT 3230: Economics of Sport

    • SMGT 3238: Management of Sport Organizations

    • SMGT 3330: Sport Promotion & Marketing

    • SMGT 4330: Facility and Event Management

    • SMGT 4337: Legal Aspects of Sport

    • SMGT 4338: Sport Policy Development

    • SMGT 4630: Baseball in American Culture

    • SMGT 6330: Social and Ethical Issues in Sport and Leisure

      • Graduate level course

    • SMGT 7335: Sport Law & Risk Management

      • Graduate level course




  • Administrative Duties

    • Graduate Program Coordinator

      • Review and make admission decisions on program applicants.

      • Advise all students within the program

      • Recruit and supervise teaching and research assistants

      • Prepare annual assessment reports

      • Prepare reports for accreditation

      • Oversee development and implementation of significant changes to program of study

Maryville University St. Louis, Missouri


Assistant Professor of Sport Business Management

August 2011 – May 2013




  • Courses Designed & Taught

    • SPMT 300: Event & Facility Management

    • SPMT 380: Legal Aspects of Sport

    • SPMT 420: Sport Finance

    • SPMT 620: Economics of Sport & Entertainment Management

      • Graduate level elective in MBA program

    • BUS 150: Business Communications

      • Part of Business Administration core curriculum

    • FIN 312: Principles of Finance

      • Part of Business Administration core curriculum

    • MKT 360: Principles of Marketing

      • Part of Business Administration core curriculum

    • MGMT 487: Leadership

      • Elective in the Business Administration program




  • Administrative Duties

    • Oversaw the Sport Business Management major volunteer experience program

    • Advised approximately 45 undergraduate Sport Business Management majors

    • Oversaw the program’s website and social media outlets




  • Other Duties

    • Developed and enhanced relationships with local sports organizations

    • Served on university committees

    • Assisted in the development of curriculum

The Ohio State University Columbus, Ohio
Lecturer – Physical Activity and Educational Services

September 2010 – June 2011




  • Courses Designed & Taught

    • PAES 545: Programming in Sport & Recreation

      • Course covered topics relevant to the planning, development, and implementation of a business plan for sports organizations

The Ohio State University Columbus, Ohio

Graduate Teaching Associate – Physical Activity and Educational Services

September 2008 – September 2010




  • Courses Designed & Taught

    • PAES 137: Sport for the Spectator

      • Course examined current events and social issues in sports

    • Various skill and practica courses




  • Other Duties

    • Practicum Supervisor and Mentor to graduate students in sport management


Related Work Experience
Kansas State University Manhattan, Kansas
Assistant Director of Ticket Operations

July 2005 – May 2007




  • Managed daily operations of the ticket office including but not limited to accounting, budgeting, and oversight of the sales staff

  • Assisted the development office in the solicitation of donations to the athletic department

  • Worked closely with the football and women’s basketball offices to coordinate recruiting visits at sporting events

  • Worked closely with the compliance office to insure that the ticket office acted within the limits of NCAA regulations

  • Served as the ticket office liaison for the women’s basketball team

  • Coordinated game day operations at football and women’s basketball games as well as other events as needed

  • Managed office interns

  • Performed various other duties as needed

East Tennessee State University Johnson City, Tennessee


Ticket Manager

July 2002 – July 2005




  • Managed daily operations of the ticket office including but not limited to accounting, budgeting, and oversight of the sales staff

  • Implemented on-line ticket sales system

  • Assisted the development office in the solicitation of donations to the athletic department

  • Assisted the marketing office in sponsorship sales

  • Worked closely with the compliance office to insure that the ticket office acted within the limits of NCAA regulations

  • Served on external operations planning committee

  • Assisted the business office in arranging team travel plans

  • Designed and implemented promotional campaigns to meet ticket sales goals

  • Coordinated interns for ticket and business offices

  • Coordinated game day operations for football, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, and softball games

  • Performed various other duties as needed

Florida Marlins Professional Baseball Club Viera, Florida


Account Executive

January 2002 – June 2002




  • Sold group tickets for Florida Marlins Spring Training games

  • Sold group and season tickets for Brevard County Manatees single-A Florida State League baseball games

  • Developed and coordinated in-game promotions for Florida Marlins Spring Training games and Brevard County Manatees games at Space Coast Stadium


Invited Presentations
The Ohio State University Columbus, Ohio

March 2015


Guest Speaker, Doctoral seminar class (KNSISM 7897)

    • Psychological Contracts in Sport Management Literature

Lafayette High School Wildwood, Missouri

February 2013
Guest Speaker, Sports, and Entertainment Management Class


      • Management of a Sporting Event

Eureka High School Eureka, Missouri

February 2013
Guest Speaker, Sports Marketing, and Management Class


      • A Career in Sport Management

Lafayette High School Wildwood, Missouri

December 2011
Guest Speaker, Sports and Entertainment Management Class


      • Event Planning from Beginning to End

The Ohio State University Columbus, Ohio

March 2010
Guest Speaker, Doctoral seminar class (EDU PAES 953)


      • Psychological Contracts of Student-Athletes

East Tennessee State University Johnson City, Tennessee

November 2004
Guest Speaker for an undergraduate sport management class


      • Pursuing a Career in Sports


Media Activities
Interviews
Coller, M. (2013, February 6). St. Louis Rams exploring stadium options: Rams must

solve dome issue or face threat of relocation. Venues Today.


Daniels, C. (2015, May 4). Dr. Chris Barnhill, Professor, at Georgia Southern University

talks about students finding a job in sports. The Sports Intern.


Scholarly Service
Reviews for Scholarly Journals


  • Editorial Review Board, Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics (2012 – present)




  • Editorial Review Board, International Journal of Sport Management (2015 – present)




  • Ad-Hoc Reviewer, Sport Management Education Journal (2014 – present)

External Book Reviews




Reviewed Managing Sport Events by Greenwell, Danzey-Bussell, and Shonk; Reviewed the material and offered recommendations and suggestions to improve the textbook.
Conference Abstract Reviews


  • Abstract Reviewer, Southern Sport Management Conference (2014 – present)




  • Abstract Reviewer, College Sport Research Institute Annual Conference (2013 – 2014)

External Program Reviews




  • East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN, May 2015

Assessed the university’s Letter of Intent to develop an Ed.D. in Global Sport Leadership and reviewed the proposed curriculum. Issued a recommendation letter to the Tennessee Board of Regents.
Fellowships
The Ohio State University Columbus, Ohio

September 2010 – August 2011


College of Education and Human Ecology

    • Graduate Fellowship


Awards


  • College of Education and Human Ecology Graduate Fellowship

    • Awarded to doctoral candidates who have demonstrated outstanding potential in research by the College of Education and Human Ecology at The Ohio State University, 2010




  • Delbert Oberteuffer Scholarship

    • Awarded for outstanding demonstrated potential in research by the College of Education and Human Ecology at The Ohio State University, 2009



  • Adidas Partners in Sports Scholarship

    • Awarded for outstanding performance in the study of Sport Management at the University of Tennessee, 2001


Department / University Service


  • College of Human Sciences and Education Awards and Recognition Committee

    • Louisiana State University, 2015 – Present




  • Sport Management Graduate Program Coordinator

    • Georgia Southern University, 2013 – 2015




  • New Faculty Mentor

    • Georgia Southern University, 2014







  • Member, President’s Cabinet

    • Maryville University, 2011 – 2013




  • Member, Sport Business Management Advisory Council

    • Maryville University, 2011 – 2013




  • START Advisor, John E. Simon School of Business representative

    • Maryville University, 2011 – 2013




  • Member, Finance Faculty Search Committee

    • Maryville University, 2011 – 2012




  • Member, Atlantic Sun Conference Basketball Tournament Planning Committee

    • East Tennessee State University, 2005




  • Member, External Staff Search Committee

    • East Tennessee State University, 2004


Professional Memberships


  • North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM), 2008 – Present




  • College Sport Research Institute (CSRI), 2012 – Present




  • European Association for Sport Management (EASM), 2015 – Present




  • Partners in Sports, 1999 – 2002


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