Associate Professor
Areas of Interest: Gender and Sport; Media Depictions of Athletes; Effects of Title IX on non-revenue sports; Curriculum Design and the Impact on Student Outcomes
Emily Dane-Staples
Education:

Ph.D., Kinesiology, University of Minnesota
M.S., Exercise and Sport Science, University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse
B.S., Psychology, Sport, Health, Leisure and Physical Studies, The University of Iowa

Teaching

  • SPST 201P - Sport and Society
  • SPST 212 - Psychology of Sport
  • SPST 240 - Sport Law
  • SPST 280 - Theory & Behavior of Sport Organizations
  • SPST 305 - Women in Sport & Leisure

Dr. Dane acquired much of her education in the Midwest region of this country (The University of Iowa, B.S.; University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, M.S.; The University of Minnesota-Twin Cities). Outside of the classroom, she has worked for a variety of agencies in the sporting industry such as the Grand Canyon State Games and the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. She was a high school cheerleading and pom pom coach for three years and also worked for a youth sporting organization called Young Olympians.

Her research on the utilization of curriculum standards in master's degree sport management programs was shared with a private committee in the development process of the new accreditation standards for North American Society of Sport Management. Her future focus of this area will be to examine student successes post-graduation from approved and non-approved sport management programs. Dr. Dane's gendered research products have been presented at several national conferences, and her current project entitled Male and Female Images in Sport Film is entering its second phase of data collection.

Twitter: @SJFCdocdane