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1 SUE DELMARK EDUCATION M.S. in Recreation Administration, University of Iowa, 1978 B.S. in Recreation Administration, University of Iowa, 1976 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES University of North Texas, Denton, Tx The University of North Texas is the leading university in the Dallas/Fort Worth region and the state s fourth largest. The campus has 500 acres with 140 structures and a student population of 31,000+. The university offers 96 bachelor s, 128 master s, and 47 doctoral degree programs. UNT serves students from every state in the nation and from more than 100 foreign countries. ASSISTANT DEAN OF STUDENTS AND DIRECTOR OF RECREATIONAL SPORTS, 1993-Present, University of North Texas Provide leadership, management and direction for the 7 Recreational Sports programs, including Open Recreation, Intramurals, Sport Clubs, Aerobics/Group Fitness, Aquatics, Outdoor Pursuits, and Faculty Staff Fitness. Provide leadership, management and direction for the staffing and operations for the $31,500,000 UNT Student Recreation Center, a 138,000 sq ft recreation center, opened Fall, Responsible for a combined operating budget of $5 million with 17 full time staff, and over 400 part time student employees and 30+ volunteers. Approve all financial transactions for programs, including purchases and cash handling procedures. Direct and approve area and facility scheduling for 3 facilities and 18 acres of field space. Recruit, train, supervise, and evaluate 16 full time staff members. Develop job responsibilities and planning guides for new employees. Direct policy development for 7 programs. Direct budget preparation and management processes, including the organization of the annual budget request and presentation to the Student Service Fee Committee. Provide liaison with university and non-university processes. Direct assessments and evaluations for 7 programs, including participation statistics, semester and annual reports, satisfaction surveys, advisory committees, and suggestion forms, and report results to Dean of Students and Vice President for Student Development. Direct compliance with university policy and regulations, including assessment, employee training, and monitoring of programs. Direct risk management for 7 programs and special events. Sue Delmark Page 2

2 Oversee area and facility management related to Recreational Sports Programs, including approving all work orders for repairs and projects. Direct public relations and marketing for 7 programs. Conduct revenue generation for programs. Direct strategic planning for Recreational Sports programs and facilities. Prepare annual report, listing accomplishments, actions toward achievement of University Initiatives and progress toward University Planning themes, report to Dean of Students and to the Director for Research and Planning to include in the Student Development annual report. Represent unit in Dean of Students staff weekly meetings. Represent unit on 3 university committees. Serve as representative of Dean of Students on university committees in his absence. Direct projects for facility expansion and development. Successfully organized the move of all staff and offices into the Student Recreation Center, resulting in the Student Recreation Center opening on time; organized a sneak preview for faculty and staff for the Student Recreation Center prior to opening; directed the planning, purchase and installation of all furniture, fixtures and equipment in the Student Recreation Center; directed Recreational Sports staff through all phases of construction; represented Recreational Sports at meetings attended by architects and construction staff, where decisions were made on construction of the Student Recreation Center; developed a business plan which included staffing, programs, policies and fees to the Vice President for Student Development, resulting in approval of all staff and programs; presented justification to hire a consultant for the planning and development of a student recreation center to UNT Vice President for Administrative Affairs, resulting in the hiring of the consultant; researched fees at Texas universities, including recreation fees, membership fees, and income generation, reporting the results to the Vice President for Student Development, based on the results, $75 was chosen as the recreation fee for UNT; designed a Student Recreation opinion survey with a team consisting of the UNT Planning Officer, and the UNT Associate Director for Marketing, to assess student opinions on activities in a potential Student Recreation Center; distributed the survey to approximately 1000 students with the assistance of the Recreational Sports staff, presented the results to UNT Vice Presidents, resulting in the approval to include most of what students said they wanted in the new Student Recreation Center; assisted in conducting a focus group of approximately 35 students with the UNT Associate Director for Marketing to assess student opinions on the Student Recreation Center; organized the Recreational Sports staff to conduct a marketing campaign which included presentations to over 30 student organizations, encouraging students to vote in the referendum for a student recreation center, resulting in over 70% of students approving a $75 student recreation fee; represented Recreational Sports on the team of administrators and students who presented the Student Recreation Fee bill to the Texas State Legislature, which resulted in approval of the bill; designed and implemented a fee for students from the UNT Health Science system to use UNT facilities; provided leadership for the Recreational Sports staff and worked with the UNT Planning office, to design the first needs assessment at UNT to evaluate student involvement in Recreational Sports; organized the Recreational Sports staff in the distribution of the assessment to approximately 1,000 students, reported the results of the assessment to the Vice President of Student Affairs and to the Chancellor, which resulted in demonstrating student recreation and fitness needs were not met and that the majority of students would use a dedicated student recreation facility if one was constructed at UNT; assisted Student Association in the design of a survey to assess student opinions on a fee for a Student Recreation Center; organized Recreational Sports staff in requesting budget increases, resulting in an increase from Student Service fees for programs and student wages; increased the staff by requesting and receiving additional Student Service Fee funds for an Associate Director and one additional full time staff member, and 3 graduate assistants; planned and designed a $500,000 Recreational Sports complex with 13 acres of lighted field space for Intramural programs; presented the need for space for the Faculty Staff Fitness program to the UNT Facilities Planning Committee, resulting in the approval of new space; established cash handling procedures, with UNT Auditors;; provided leadership to establish a marketing plan, and with the Recreational Sports staff, organized an outreach program and increased the publicity to include calendar, fliers, brochures, video and web site. Sue Delmark Page 3

3 Kinesiology, Health Promotion and Recreation Fall 1999, Fall 1995 Adjunct Professor Taught RECR 4340 Administration and Programming in Recreation Taught 25 students with a team of other staff for two semesters; course curriculum included theory of Recreational Sports, budgeting, programming, facilities, technology, marketing and staff administration and management, assessment and evaluation. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF RECREATIONAL SPORTS, , University of North Texas Directed 3 programs including Sport Clubs, Recreational Instruction, and Faculty Staff Golf Programs. Directed Sport clubs activities, approved schedules and budgets for equipment and travel expenses, and monitored sport club fund raising, sponsorships and promotions. Trained, supervised and evaluated student volunteer leaders. Recruited, trained, supervised and evaluated 1 graduate student and 10 part-time student employees for Recreational Instruction program. Planned and directed the Faculty Staff Golf Programs, including leagues and tournaments. Prepared and presented annual budget request to the Director of Recreational Sports and to the Student Service Fee committee. Responsible for an operating budget of $100,000 with part-time student employees and 25 volunteers. Responsible for risk management for 3 programs. Responsible for publicity and promotions, including fliers, brochures and videos. Directed the assessments for 3 programs, including preparing semester reports, participant satisfaction surveys. Prepared agendas and sport club budget requests to the Sport Club committee. Designed and implemented the Recreational Instruction Program, a self supporting program, developed the activities, fee structure and instructor payment plan; designed the Recreational Instruction employee manual; increased the number of clubs from 15 to 20; developed a risk management plan for Sport Clubs and performed a safety audit with the Recreational Sports staff, based on guidelines from the National Intramural Recreational Sports Association; prepared and presented reports for the Institutional Self-Study for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools; assisted with the development of sport club guidelines at Austin College, Sherman, Tx. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF RECREATIONAL SPORTS, , University of North Texas Directed 5 programs, including the Sport Club Program, Open Recreation, Faculty Staff Recreation Program, Golf Programs, and Special Events. Developed the open recreation program, setting facility hours of operation for 2 buildings. Assisted in with opening procedures for the Physical Education Building and assisted in developing the policies and procedures for building operations. Managed the budgets for the 5 programs, one of which was self-supporting. Set the fee structure for the 5 programs, collected and deposited fees for the 5 programs. Established the risk management for 5 programs and presented to the Director. Sue Delmark Page 4

4 Directed, scheduled and supervised the Faculty Staff Recreation Program, the Metro Golf Tournament, and Special Events. Developed and presented annual budgets for 2 programs to the Director of Recreational Sports and to the Student Service Fee Committee. Responsible for writing employee manuals. Developed partnerships with Denton businesses and organizations for use of space for 4 sport clubs. Trained, supervised and evaluated student volunteer club leaders. Recruited, trained, supervised and evaluated 1 graduate student and 30+ part-time student employees for Open Recreation program Assisted in the planning of the Coors Sports Festival, hosted by UNT, attended by 10 Texas colleges and universities competing in sports events; planned and managed special events, including 3 on 3 basketball and an annual racquetball invitational; designed the first Recreational Sports weight room, developed policies and procedures, purchased fitness equipment; with the team of Recreational Sports staff, assisted in developing the policies and procedures for a 109,000 sq. ft. recreational and teaching facility to be shared with Physical Education; directed the annual Metro Golf Tournament, an invitational golf tournament for faculty and staff from 15 metro area colleges and universities, managed the tournament and solicited gifts from local metro area businesses; designed the Recreational Sports promotional video with the Recreational Sports staff and the Center for Instructional Services staff, resulting in an effective marketing tool shown to incoming students, and used at Freshman orientation events. RECREATIONAL SPORTS GRADUATE ASSISTANT, , University of Iowa Organized intramural program, scheduled and supervised officials and events. Supervised recreational facilities and assisted with publicity and promotions. Performed a marketing campaign for cross country ski rentals, which resulted in UI starting a program of rental for cross country skis; planned an outdoor program, including bicycling and cross country ski clinics and trips; assisted in the solicitation of sponsorships for Intramurals, which resulted in McDonalds restaurant funding the cost of the Intramural championship shirts; designed a feasibility study for charging for the UI tennis courts and designed a tennis center, reported those results to the Director of Recreational Sports and to the UI administration, resulting in the construction of the UI tennis center; designed and implemented an assessment for sources of information for Recreational Services, reported results to the Director for Recreational Services, resulting in increased awareness of the need for a marketing plan. UNIVERSITY COMMITTEES UNT Safety and Transportation Steering Committee State Employee Charitable Campaign, UNT Golf Committee, chair UNT Eagle Award Committee Advisory Committee for UNT Recreation Division Search Committee for Chair, Kinesiology, Health Promotion Search Committee Search Committee for Assistant Dean of Students, Chair Search Committee for Athletic Director Search Committee for Basketball Coach Search Committee for Vice President Student Affairs Facilities Planning Committee Camps Committee Sue Delmark Page 5

5 Space Allocation Committee PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS. Directors Panel on Recreational Sports Issues, National Intramural Recreational Sports Association, (NIRSA) Region IV Student Lead-On, 2005 National Intramural Recreational Sports Report for State and Regional Meeting, NIRSA Annual Convention, NIRSA Report, Region IV Conference, NIRSA Report and Strategic Planning, LCIRSA meeting, NIRSA Report, State and Regional Meeting, NIRSA Annual Convention, NIRSA Strategic Planning, (with Lori Lynn, Purdue University), NIRSA Annual Convention, NIRSA Report, Region IV Conference, 1998 NIRSA Report and Strategic Plan, Big 12 and Friends Conference, NIRSA Report and Need for a Strategic Plan, LCIRSA meeting, 1998 A Primer on How to Conduct Research, (with Warren Simpson, Hardin Simmons University), NIRSA Annual Convention, NIRSA Research Symposium Roundtable (with Craig Ross, Indiana University, Warren Simpson, Hardin Simmons University and Judith Bryant, Georgia State University), NIRSA Annual Convention, Managing Ethical Decisions (with Sharon Hemmer, University of Texas, Arlington), NIRSA Texas State Workshop, Conducting NIRSA Research, (with Warren Simpson, Hardin Simmons University), Region IV Conference, The Basics in Starting a Sport Clubs Program, (with Barbara Brimi, University of Texas, Austin Parker Jenkins, University of Southern California, Matt Hockett, Iowa State University), NIRSA Annual Convention, Houston, Tx, Golf: Texas Style, (with Jim Garrett, University of Texas, Arlington), NIRSA Annual Convention, Sport Clubs: Do We Really Manage and Risks (with Tom Weis, Texas Tech University and Paula Opal, Texas A & M University) NIRSA Region IV Conference, A Cooperative Approach to the Construction and Design of a Weightroom, NIRSA Annual Convention, Faculty Staff Recreation and Fitness programs, Texas Intramural Sports Workshop, Special Events Programming, Texas Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation Convention, Summerfest, Texas Intramural Sports Workshop, Athletic Training and Coaching: A Seminar for Club Sports, NIRSA Annual convention, Recreational Facility Usage: A Survey of Selected Texas Universities, NIRSA Annual Convention, Negotiating for Club Sports Off-Campus Play Spaces (with Don Bailey, North Texas State University), NIRSA Annual Convention, Outdoor Recreation Fair, Planning & Analysis, (with Sue Ivie, North Texas State University), Texas Intramural State Workshop, Publicity Effectiveness, Big Ten Recreational Sports Directors Conference, PROFESSIONAL LEADERSHIP POSITIONS National Intramural Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) Sue Delmark Page 6

6 2003-present -Member, Conference Exhibition Consultant, Research Committee Chair, Research Committee Member, Research Committee Vice President, Region IV Consultant, Research Committee Chair, Research Committee Member, Nominations and Elections Committee Member, Nominations and Elections Committee Member, Membership Committee Member, Instructional Program Committee Member, Development Committee Member, Professional Ethics Committee As an elected member of the Board of Directors, attended the Board of Directors meetings; prepared agenda items to send to President; prepared Region IV report with concerns from members and news from the region; reviewed and approved all NIRSA committees mid year and end of year reports; worked with the BOD members and reviewed and approved NIRSA business; communicated NIRSA news to members; prepared and presented NIRSA news at annual, regional and state meetings; communicated to members through four newsletters per year; updated and streamlined the state directors handbook in the NIRSA Policy and Resource Manual; appointed a committee to handle the nomination and selection of the Region award of merit; organized the State Directors training workshop; nominated members for the three awards and 3 NIRSA positions; with the BOD members updated the NIRSA strategic plan with the members of the Board, reviewed the NIRSA investments and presented to NIRSA members for their approval, with the result that the strategic plan was approved by NIRSA members. Texas Association for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (TAHPER) Member Member, Nominating Committee for Vice President Elect, Recreation Section Chair, Nominating Committee for Vice-President Elect, Recreation Section Chair, Intramural Section Program American Cancer Society Chair, Golf Committee Solicited local businesses and organizations for donations and funds for the annual golf tournament, with the assistance of 7 other members, raised over $14 million for the American Cancer Society, personally raised over $10 million; set and established the fees and levels of sponsorships, organized the publicity and promotions and managed the tournament staff. AWARDS Soaring Eagle Award, 2004 Division of Student Development Award, nominee, Event of the Year, 2001 NIRSA Service Award, UNT Twenty five year Service Award, 2004, Ten-year Service Award, Outstanding Service Award, North Texas State University, 1984.

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