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1 Cassandra Coble 1 CASSANDRA COBLE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT 249 GLENBROOK ROAD, UNIT 3093 STORRS, CT (941) EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT Doctorate of Philosophy Graduate Student Sport Management Dissertation Title: Gender in Youth Sport: A Discourse Analysis Advisor: Dr. Jennifer Bruening Storrs, CT present UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Gainesville, FL Doctorate of Philosophy Graduate Student Sport Management Advisor: Dr. Shannon Kerwin MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERISTY East Lansing, MI Master of Science Sport Psychology Thesis Title: Female Parent-Coach Experiences Coaching Daughters in Youth Sport Advisor: Dr. Martha Ewing Committee Members: Dr. Daniel Gould Dr. Crystal Branta UNIVERISTY OF FLORIDA Gainesville, FL Bachelor of Science in Psychology Minor: Family, Youth, and Community Sciences RESEARCH Submitted Manuscripts Bruening, J., Welty Peachy, J., Evanovich, J., Fuller, R., Coble, C., Percy, V., Silverstein, L., & Chung, M. (Manuscript submitted). Managing sport for social change: The effects of intentional design and structure in a sport based service learning initiative. Sport Management Review.

2 Cassandra Coble 2 Publications Coble, C., Kerwin, S., & Kaplanidou, K. (Manuscript Revised and Resubmitted). Sport infrastructure in a small community: User and non-user perceptions of the impact on the community. International Journal of Sport Management. Buning, R., Coble, C., & Kerwin, S. (Manuscript submitted). Children and adolescents progressive involvement with sport: Towards a more thorough developmental mode of sports participation. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology. Coble, C. (2010). Female parent-coach experiences in youth sport. Unpublished Master s Thesis. Technical Reports Kerwin, S., Coble, C., Kaplanidou, K., Walker, M., & Bunning, R. (2012). Exploring the impact of sport facilities on a small town community: A resident perspective. Submitted to Easton Newberry Sport Complex. Kerwin, S. & Coble, C. (2012). Management by values: An exploration of national governing sport bodies. Submitted to the Easton Newberry Sport Complex. Kerwin, S., Walker, M., Coble, C., & Buning, R. (2011). Examining community and event perception: A case study of the 2011 ASA event Newberry, FL April 4, Refereed Presentations Buning, R., Coble, C., & Kerwin, S. (2013). Children and adolescents progressive involvement with sport: Towards a more thorough developmental mode of sports participation. North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity, New Orleans, LA, June (Oral) Coble, C., Griffes, K., & Ewing, M. (2012). The experiences of mothers coaching their daughters in youth sport. Association for Applied Sport Psychology, Atlanta, GA., October 3-6. (Oral) Coble, C., Kaplanidou, K., & Kerwin, S. (2012). Sport Infrastructure in a small community: Residents perceptions of the impact on the community. North American Society for Sport Management, Seattle, WA, May (Oral) Coble, C. & Ewing, M. (2012). An examination into the reasons mother enter into coaching and why they withdrawal from coaching. North American Society for Sport Management, Seattle, WA, May (Poster)

3 Cassandra Coble 3 Coble, C. & Kerwin, S. (2011). Exploring the use of values statements in NSOs and NGBs: A comparison across sport contexts. Presented at the North American Society for Sport Management, London, Ontario, June 1-4. (Poster) Invited Presentations Coble, C. (2010). Captains clinic presentation. Michigan High School Athletic Association. GRANTS Grants Received Coble, C., Agyane, J. K. Y. (2007). Kecheibi Area Youth Football League. Small Project Completion, Peace Corps, United States of America. Funding Received: $2, Funding Dates: July 2007 November 2007 Coble, C., Mudrick, M., Cotrufo, R., & Bruening, J. (2013). Organizational Change in College Athletics. Faculty Small Grant, University of Connecticut. Funding Received: $1, Funding Dates: November 2013-Novemeber 2014 Coble, C. (2013). Gender in Youth Sport Management. University of Connecticut Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship. University of Connecticut. Grants Applied For Funding Received: $2, Funding Dates: December 2013 May 2014 Coble, C. (2013). Gender in Youth Sport: A Discourse Analysis. Diversity in Sport and Physical Activity Grant, Texas A&M University. Funding Requested: $1,000 TEACHING Courses Taught University of Connecticut

4 Cassandra Coble 4 Department of Educational leadership Fall 2012 (18 students); Fall 2013 (20 students) Sport in Society (EKIN 3300W) An introduction to the history, goals, and current research examined with sociology of sport. Issues such as gender, power, and race and ethnicity are discussed. Additionally, research methods in sociological studies, including ethics and qualitative and quantitative methods are introduced. Students engaged in group work and discussions as well as interactive discussions led by the instructor. Additionally, the course is a writing intensive course that involves teaching about and assessing student writing in the sport management sector. University of Connecticut Department of Educational Leadership Spring 2013 (22 students) Sport Facility & Event Management (EKIN 3325) Sport Facility & Event Management is an examination of the aspects of management of sport facilities and events, including development, planning, staffing, operations, and evaluation of facilities and events. University of Connecticut Department of Educational Leadership Spring 2013 (3 students); Summer 2013 (3 students) Internship and Direct Observation Supervision Internship and Direct Observation Supervision involved mentoring, managing, and evaluating students throughout the internship semester. With the assistance of the advisor, students evaluated and interpreted their internship and observation experiences and related the experiences to content learned throughout their coursework. Additionally, students were responsible for developing a portfolio encompassing their work that was evaluated by the advisor. Spring 2012 (54 students) Growth and Motor Development (KIN260) Growth and Motor Development was an analysis of the sequential progression of fundamental motor skills, focusing on the environmental factors that influence the development of the fundamental motor skills. Additionally, the course focused on the study of physical growth patterns and biological maturity as related to motor performance, with a presentation of a variety of topics related to growth and motor development, including self-concept, physical fitness, equity issues, and developmental issues related to children in sport.

5 Cassandra Coble 5 Spring 2012 (48 students) Healthy Lifestyles (KIN121) Healthy Lifestyles introduced students to the role of exercise in the areas of physical well-being, nutrition, stress management, health, and disease so students can demonstrate knowledge and implement programs of action for positive lifestyle changes. Additionally, a holistic fitness program was developed, including components of cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, muscular endurance, muscular strength, and body composition. The class included a lecture component for one period (50 minutes) and physical activity portion for the second period (50 minutes). Spring, 2009, Summer, 2009, Fall, 2010, Spring 2010, Summer 2010 Bowling (KIN106C) This course introduced the basic and fundamental skills of bowling, including form and technique. Students learned terminology, rules, strategies, and scoring procedures through lectures, demonstrations, and guided and independent practice. Fall 2008, Spring 2009, Fall 2009, Spring 2010 Conditioning (KIN103D) Conditioning was designed to provide students with knowledge of physical fitness, exercise, and health principles and practices. These principles were applied to personal exercise and health programs through activities such as target heart rate monitoring. Students participated in vigorous exercise activities including calisthenics, jogging, and running. Students also developed personal fitness goals and fitness plans with the assistance of the instructor. Spring 2009, Fall 2010 Indoor Soccer (KIN 108R) This course introduced students to the history and rules of soccer and the fundamental techniques and tactics of the game through lectures, demonstrations, drills, and game play. Fall 2008 Outdoor Soccer (KIN108F)

6 Cassandra Coble 6 Outdoor soccer introduced students to the basic skills, form, and techniques of soccer and the terminology, rules, and strategies through lectures, practices, and tournaments. Fall, 2008, Fall 2009 Softball (KIN 108P) This course taught students the basic skills of throwing, fielding, hitting, and base running. Additionally, students learned the rules of softball, offensive and defensive strategies, and score keeping. Guest Lectures University of Florida Department of Tourism, Recreation, and Sport Management March 2012 (45 students) Gender and sport Gender and sport was designed to introduce students to the sociological aspects of sport and gender. Topics included Title IX, gender, sport, and media issues, gender equity, gender and administration, participation and equity issues, and gender ideology. University of Florida Department of Tourism, Recreation, and Sport Management February 2012 (45 students) Sport and children: Are organized programs worth the effort? An introduction to issues related to youth sport, including the history of youth sport, social changes in youth sport, current issues in youth sport, and research related to youth sport. February 2009 Introduction to Kinesiology Sociology of sport An introduction to the history, goals, and current research examined with sociology of sport. Issues such as gender, power, and race and ethnicity were discussed. Additionally, research methods in sociological studies, including ethics and qualitative and quantitative methods were introduced. Students engaged in group work and discussions as well as interactive discussions led by the instructor. Service

7 Cassandra Coble 7 North American Society for Sport Management, Student Board Member, 6/12-6/13 Manage Faculty-Mentor Luncheon for NASSM 2013 in Austin, Texas Reach out to and connect faculty and students with similar research and teaching interests Connect with NASSM conference organizers to prepare and set-up luncheon Psychosocial Aspects of Youth Sport Committee Chair, Kinesiology Graduate Student Organization, 8/08-8/09 Attend meetings of the kinesiology graduate student association Provide information to graduate students within psychosocial aspects of youth sport program concerning graduate studies 5K Committee Member, Girls on the Run, 1/12 8/12 Write grants for funding opportunities to assist with the 5K event Recruit sponsors Assist with pre-race preparation Life Skills Educator, Refugee Development Center, 8/09-6/10 Conducted sessions concentrated on positive youth development in sport with seven to seventeen year-old refugees Collaborated with graduate students to create and implement lesson plans Team Consultant, 8/08-1/09 Consulted with club teams in group and individual meetings Discussed goal setting, positive attitude development, stress management, and imagery Gator Guide, Recruiter, University of Florida Football Team, 1/02-4/05 Recruited players for the University of Florida Football team Talked with prospective players and their families Showed prospective players the campus and assured they attended scheduled meetings Head Coach, Gainesville Girls Fast Pitch, Coached 8-and-under youth softball teams Designed and implemented practices Professional Experience Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, 8/12-present Teach undergraduate level lecture courses in the Department of Educational Leadership at the University of Connecticut Design syllabi, assignments, and group projects related to course material Meet with students concerning class content and grades Supervise internship students

8 Cassandra Coble 8 Husky Sport Program Leader, 8/12-present Develop curriculum for sport based youth development after school program Manage afterschool program participants and staff Mentor and engage undergraduate service learning students and volunteers Graduate Research Assistant, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 8/10-8/12 Assist in the preparation and completion of research projects Graduate Teaching Assistant,, East Lansing, MI, 8/08 8/10 Taught undergraduate level lecture and activity related courses in the Department of Kinesiology at Designed syllabi, assignments, and group projects related to course material Met with students concerning class content and grades Life Skills Educator, 8/09 06/10 Conducted sessions concentrated on positive youth development in sport with seven to seventeen year-old refugees Collaborated with graduate students to create lesson plans Team Consultant, MI, 8/08 1/09 Consulted with Club Team in group and individual meetings related to goal setting, positive attitude development, stress management, and imagery Youth Football League Founder, Peace Corps, Ghana, West Africa, 9/05-11/07 Wrote grant to fund three villages consisting of thirteen teams Created and implemented a youth soccer league for over 250 youth Opened bank account and created a constitution to manage the league Trained coaches, teachers, and players in peer education activities Designed and implemented malaria education activities through the youth league that reached over 4,500 people Community Water and Sanitation Facilitator, Peace Corps, Ghana, West Africa, 9/05-11/07 Conducted two-month needs assessments that determined primary health issues of over 2,000 people in a rural Ghanaian village Supervised 39 village health workers in disease surveillance, treatment, and prevention Educated over 8,000 villagers about relevant community health issues Facilitated the creation of community committees to address water issues Developed and implemented competitions among youth and men s groups to increase involvement in community health issues Assistant Camp Supervisor, Sarasota County Parks and Recreation, 5/05-9/05 Provided direct activities to approximately 100 youth per day Coordinated community involvement through scheduling special activities

9 Cassandra Coble 9 Professional Membership Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM) 2010-present Honors & Awards University of Florida Fellowship Fabulous 50 s Hill Brannon Scholarship 2012 Gulf Coast Community Foundation Scholarship 2011 Allan/Holyoak/Varnes Endowed Scholarship 2011 Gulf Coast Community Foundation 2010 Gulf Coast Community Foundation 2009 Gulf Coast Community Foundation 2008 Phi Kappa Phi Honors Fraternity

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