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Megan Parietti

  • Assistant Professor
  • Health, Kinesiology, & Sport Mgt Department
  • Ph.D., The Ohio State University, 2015
  • PHONE: (262) 595-2308
  • EMAIL: parietti@uwp.edu
Megan Parietti
Megan joined the UW-Parkside faculty in 2015 after completing her Ph.D. at The Ohio State University (O-H-I-O).

Prior to her doctoral program, Megan worked in Student-Athlete Services at both the University of Alabama-Birmingham and Bowling Green State University. Her focus was on student-athlete success in the classroom.

This work experience helped to shape Megan's research area, which focuses on the lives of student-athletes beyond the playing field. Specific focus areas are academics and parental involvement.

Other experience Megan brought to Parkside was work with the Fort Wayne Komets (minor league hockey), Perrysburg YMCA, NFL Experience, and coaching basketball and ultimate.

Currently Megan is on the editorial board for the International Journal of Sport Management. She also continues to coach, but now it is her daughter's softball.

Teaching Interests

Megan's main teaching love is sociology of sport, which she teaches at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Megan also enjoys teaching law and history.

Research Interests

Megan's research areas revolve around intercollegiate student-athletes and the impact sport has on their lives. Current lines of research include how student-athletes are seen in the classroom and parental involvement in the lives of intercollegiate student-athletes.

Consulting Interests

Selected Publications

2019: Current Priorities in Campus Recreation: A Multi-Institutional Study of Strategic Plans, Recreational Sports Journal

2018: Dimensions of Parenting Student-Athletes Framework: Examining the Parent-Athlete Relationship in Regards of Intercollegiate Sports, Applied Research in Coaching and Athletics Annual (140-166 pp.)

2017: Parental involvement in the lives of intercollegiate athletes: Views from student-athletes and academic advisors for athletics, Journal of Amateur Sport (106-134 pp.)

2016: The career readiness of intercollegiate athletes: Is there a gender gap?, Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics (283-302 pp.)

2016: Exploring the motivation of collegiate recreational sport participants, International Journal of Sport Management

2015: Podcasts in higher education with specific examples in Sport Management, Future Focus (19-25 pp.)

University Service

: Committee Member - CBL Steering Committee

Professional Service

: Editorial Review Board Member - International Journal of Sport Management
HESM 220 - APPLIED SPORT MANAGEMENT
HESM 285 - SPORT IN SOCIETY (DV)
HESM 300 - LEGAL ISSUES IN SPORT MANAGMNT
HESM 300 - LEGAL ISSUES SPORT/FITNESS MGT
HESM 360 - SPORTS COMMUNICATION
HESM 494 - INTERNSHIP
HESM 495 - FIELDWORK IN SPORT MANAGEMENT
HESM 499 - INDEPENDENT STUDY
HESM 499 - INDEPENDENT STUDY:
HESM 560 - SPORTS COMMUNICATION
HESM 700 - SPORTS RSCH/ANALYSIS MTHODLOGY
HESM 710 - SPORTS LAW
HESM 712 - SOCIAL & INTNL ISSUES 21ST CNT
HESM 712 - SOCIAL/INTL ISSUES 21ST C SPRT
HESM 792 - SPORT MGMT PRACTICM/PORTFOLIO
HESM 792 - SPORT MGT PRACTICM & PORTFOLIO
HESM 794 - SPORT MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP
HESM 794 - SPORT MGT INTERNSHIP
HESM 798 - THESIS IN SPORT MANAGEMENT
HESM 799 - INDEPENDENT STUDY
HESM 799 - INDEPENDENT STUDY:
MSSM 560 - Sports Communication
MSSM 700 - Sports Rsch/Analysis Mthodlogy
MSSM 710 - Sports Law
MSSM 712 - Social/Intl Issues 21st C Sprt
MSSM 792 - Sport Mgmt Practicm/Portfolio
MSSM 794 - Sport Management Internship
MSSM 798 - Thesis in Sport Management
MSSM 799 - Independent Study:
SPMT 210 - Sport in Society (DV)
SPMT 300 - Legal Issues in Sport Managmnt
SPMT 494 - Internship
SPMT 495 - Fieldwork in Sport Management
SPMT 499 - Independent Study:
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