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Jeremy S. Jordan

Associate Professor
Sport & Recreation Management

Address:
1810 North 13th Street
Speakman Hall 370/371
Philadelphia, PA 19122

Phone: 215.204.3811
E-mail: jsjordan@temple.edu

Academic Degrees:

  • B.S., La Sierra University
  • M.S., University of Utah
  • Ph.D. The Ohio State University

 

 

Biography

Jeremy S. Jordan

Associate Professor
Sport & Recreation Management

Address:
1810 North 13th Street
Speakman Hall 370/371
Philadelphia, PA 19122

Phone: 215.204.3811
E-mail: jsjordan@temple.edu

Dr. Jeremy S. Jordan joined the faculty in the School of Tourism & Hospitality Management at Temple University in September 2008. Prior to coming to Temple, Dr. Jordan served as Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator of the Sport Administration Program at the University of Miami. He received his Ph.D. in Sport Management from The Ohio State University in 2001. In addition, Dr. Jordan has an M.S. in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Utah (1995) and a B.S. in Physical Education from La Sierra University (1993).

Dr. Jordan’s research focuses on the community benefits of mass participant sport events.  Specifically, his research examines consumer expectations and satisfaction, motives for participation, commitment to the event and/or activity, and economic activity, all within the theoretical framework of involvement. Community-based mass participant sport events have the capacity to stimulate new money into the host economy, create and reinforce business opportunities, and facilitate social cohesion.  However, there is need to conduct research in this area as empirical evidence supporting such claims is lacking.

Dr. Jordan is the Director of the Sport Industry Research Center (SIRC) at Temple University. SIRC was created in 2008 and is a collaborative research network providing innovative marketing and management strategies to enhance the economic, social, and environmental sustainability of sporting events. As part of SIRC, Dr. Jordan has lead research projects with numerous industry partners such as: US Road Sports & Entertainment Group; ING Miami Marathon & Half Marathon; Georgia Publix Marathon & Half Marathon; Philadelphia Marathon & Half Marathon; Blue Cross Broad Street Run, Chicago Half Marathon; Students Run Philly Style; Back on My Feet; Concilio; Philadelphia Hispanic Fiesta; and Wawa Welcome America.

Published manuscripts by Dr. Jordan have appeared in the Journal of Sport Management; Journal of Leisure Research; Sport Management Review; Leisure Sciences; Measurement in Physical Education & Exercise Science; and Sport Marketing Quarterly. Dr. Jordan has also made scholarly presentations at a number of academic conferences including the North American Society for Sport Management, European Association for Sport Management and the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance. Currently, Dr. Jordan serves as a member of the editorial board for the Journal of Sport Management.

Curriculum Vita

Jeremy S. Jordan

Associate Professor
Sport & Recreation Management

Address:
1810 North 13th Street
Speakman Hall 370/371
Philadelphia, PA 19122

Phone: 215.204.3811
E-mail: jsjordan@temple.edu

I. Biographical
Name: Jeremy S. Jordan
Date of Birth: April 16, 1970
Place of Birth: Madison, Tennessee
Citizenship: U.S. Citizen
II. Education
THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
Doctor of Philosophy in Sport Management, August 2001
Major: Sport Management Cognate: Higher Education
Dissertation: The relationship between organizational justice and job satisfaction: An examination of NCAA basketball coaches.
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
Master’s of Science in Exercise and Sport Science, June 1995
Concentration: Sport Management
LA SIERRA UNIVERSITY
Bachelor of Science in Physical Education, June 1993
Cum Laude
III. Employment
Academic
July 2011 – Present TEMPLE UNIVERSITY Philadelphia, PA
Director, Sport Industry Research Center
School of Tourism & Hospitality Management
September 2008 - Present TEMPLE UNIVERSITY Philadelphia, PA
Assistant Professor
School of Tourism & Hospitality Management
August 2006 - 2008 UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Coral Gables, FL
Director, Sport Administration Graduate Program
Department of Exercise & Sport Sciences
August 2003 – 2008 UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI Coral Gables, FL
Assistant Professor
Department of Exercise & Sport Sciences
Jeremy S. Jordan
August 2002 – 2003 MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY Starkville, MS
Coordinator, Sport Administration Graduate Program
Department of Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Sport
August 2001- 2003 MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY Starkville, MS
Assistant Professor
Department of Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Sport
August 2000 – 2001 UNIVERSITY OF MEMPHIS Memphis, TN
Visiting Professor, Sport and Leisure Commerce
Department of Human Movement Sciences & Education
September 1997 - 2000 THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY Columbus, OH
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Sport, Health, and Fitness Program
School of Physical Activity and Educational Services
July 1994 – 1997 LA SIERRA UNIVERSITY Riverside, CA
Athletic Director
Department of Health, Exercise Science & Athletics
Head Men’s Basketball Coach
Department of Health, Exercise Science & Athletics
Instructor
Department of Health, Exercise Science & Athletics
IV. Research
Published Manuscripts – Peer Reviewed:
Kaplanidou, K., Jordan, J.S., Funk, D.C., & Ridinger, L. (in press) Recurring sport events and host event attributes: Impact on active sport tourist behavioral intentions. Journal of Sport Management.
Ridinger, L.L., Funk, D.C., Jordan, J.S., & Kaplanidou, K. (in press). Marathons for the masses:
Exploring the role of negotiation-efficacy and involvement on running commitment.
Journal of Leisure Research.
Heere, B., Walker, M., Yoshida, M., Ko, Y., Jordan, J.S., & James, J.D. (2011). Brand community development through associated communities: Grounding community measurement within social identity theory. Journal of Marketing Theory & Practice, 19(4), 407-422.
Walker, M., Kent, A., & Jordan, J. S. (2011). An inter-sport comparison of fan reactions to CSR initiatives. Journal of Contemporary Athletics, 5(1), 1-19.
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Funk, D.C., Jordan, J.S., Ridinger, L., & Kaplanidou, K. (2011) Capacity of mass participant sport events for the development of activity commitment and future exercise intention. Leisure Sciences, 33(3), 250-268.
Beaton, A.A., Funk, D.C., Ridinger, L., & Jordan, J.S. (2011). Sport involvement: A conceptual and empirical analysis. Sport Management Review, 14, 126-140.
Jordan, J.S., Walker, M.B., Kent, A., & Inoue, Y. (2011) The frequency of nonresponse analyses in the Journal of Sport Management. Journal of Sport Management, 25, 229-239.
Harrolle, M.G., Trail, G.T., Rodriguez, A., & Jordan, J.S. (2010). Conative loyalty of Latino and Non-Latino professional baseball fans. Journal of Sport Management, 24, 456-471.
Jordan, J.S., Turner, B.A., & Pack, S.M. (2009) The influence of organizational justice on perceived organizational support in a university recreational sports setting. International Journal of Sport Management and Marketing, 6, 106-123.
Greenwell, T.C., Brownlee, E., Jordan, J.S., & Popp, N. (2008). Service fairness in spectator sport: The importance of voice and choice on customer satisfaction. Sport Marketing Quarterly, 17(2), 71-78.
Jordan, J.S., & Turner, B.A. (2008). The feasibility of single-item measures for organizational justice. Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science, 12(4), 1-21.
Whisenant, W. & Jordan, J.S. (2008). Fairness and enjoyment in school sponsored youth sports. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 43(1), 91-100.
Jordan, J.S., Turner, B.A., Fink, J.S., & Pastore, D.L. (2007). Organizational justice as a predictor of job satisfaction: An examination of head basketball coaches. The Journal for the Study of Sports and Athletes in Education, 1(3), 321-344.
Greenwell, T.C., Popp, N., Brownlee, E., & Jordan, J.S. (2007). Customer preference and student tickets: Using conjoint analysis to develop ticket policy. International Journal of Sport Management, 8(3), 280-294.
Pack, S.M., Jordan, J.S., & Turner, B.A. (2007). The Influence of perceived organizational support on employee satisfaction and retention. Recreational Sports Journal, 31(2), 95-106 .
Jordan, J.S., Turner, B.A., & DuBord, R.R. (2007). Organizational justice as a predictor of job satisfaction: An examination of university recreation department student employees. International Journal of Sport Management, 8(1), 32-54.
Turner, B.A., & Jordan, J.S. (2006). Commitment and satisfaction of coaches: Which is more important? Journal of the International Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport and Dance, 42(4), 42-48.
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Turner, B.A., Jordan, J.S., & Sagas, M. (2006). Factors affecting response rates in survey research: The case of intercollegiate coaches. Applied Research in Coaching & Athletics, 21, 211-237.
Whisenant, W., & Jordan, J.S. (2006). Organizational justice and team performance in interscholastic athletics. Applied Research in Coaching & Athletics, 21, 55-82.
Turner, B.A., Jordan, J.S., & DuBord, R.R. (2005). Retaining student workers: The importance of organizational commitment. Recreational Sports Journal, 29(2), 117-126.
Daprano, C.M., Bruening, J.E., Pastore, D.L., Greenwell, T.C., Dixon, M.A., Ko, Y.J., Jordan, J.S., Lilienthal, S., & Turner, B.A. (2005). Collaboration in sport research: A case from the field. Quest, 57(3), 300-314.
Hunt, B.P., Gilmer, T., & Jordan, J.S. (2005). Binge drinking and related alcohol problems among fraternity and non-fraternity college students. Journal of the International Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport and Dance, 41(1), 29-33.
Greenwell, T.C., Grube, A.J., Jordan, J.S., & Mahony, D.F. (2004). Student athletes’ perceptions of conference codes of ethics. Journal of Contemporary Athletics, 1(2), 137-152.
Jordan, J.S., Greenwell, T.C., Geist, A.L., Pastore, D.L., & Mahony, D. F. (2004). Coaches’ perceptions of conference code of ethics. Physical Educator, 61(3), 131-145.
Jordan, J.S., J.A. Gillentine, & Hunt, B. (2004). The influence of fairness: An extension of organizational justice theory to a team sport setting. International Sports Journal, 8(1), 139-149.
Nix, C., Gillentine, J.A., Jordan, J.S., & Huang, M.T. (2003). An investigation of the relationship of coach’s use of humor and subsequent player evaluation. Applied Research in Coaching & Athletics, 18, 117-130.
Jordan, J.S., Pastore, D.L., & Funk, D. (2002). Athletic participation and moral reasoning ability: A comparison between division I student-athletes and non-athletes. Mississippi Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Journal, 19(1), 13-19.
Greenwell, T.C., Geist, A.L., Mahony, D.F., Jordan, J.S. & Pastore, D.L. (2001). Characteristics of NCAA conference of codes of ethics. International Journal of Sport Management, 2(2), 108-124
Book Chapters
Jordan, J.S., Kent A., Walker, M. (2009). Management and leadership in sport. In J.A. Gillentine & B. Crow (Eds.), Foundations of sport management (2nd ed.). Morgantown, WV: FIT
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Gillentine, A. & Jordan, J.S. (2008). Athletics, policy issues In E. F. Provenzo, Jr. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of the Social and Cultural Foundations of Education, Vol. 2. (pp. 59-61). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Published Abstracts – Peer Reviewed:
Jordan, J.S., Turner, B.A., & Pack, S.M. (2008). Organizational justice as a predictor of perceived organizational support. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 79(1), A92.
Gillentine, J.A., Mitchell, B., & Jordan, J.S. (2005). Professional preparation patterns of general managers in professional sports. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 76(1), A123.
Jordan, J.S. & Turner, B.A. (2005). The development of single-item scales to measure organizational justice and organizational commitment: A reliability and validity assessment. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 76(1), A125
Waltemyer, S., Sagas, M., Cunningham, G.B., Jordan, J.S., & Turner, B.A. (2005). The effects of personalization and colored paper on mailed questionnaire response rates in a coaching sample. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 76(1), A130
Dixon, M.A., & Jordan, J.S. (2004). Human resource practices in NCAA Division III institutions: An industry analysis. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 75(1), A116.
Jordan, J.S., Mullane, S., & Gillentine, J.A. (2004). Job satisfaction in sport organizations: An examination of NCAA Division I and III basketball coaches. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 75(1), A118.
Miller, J., Seidler, T., Gillentine, J.A., Veltri, F.R., & Jordan, J.S. (2004). Effectiveness of university intramural risk management plans from the participant’s perception. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 75(1), A120.
Stahura, K., Greewood, M., & Jordan, J.S. (2004). Youth sport parents’ expectations of coaches relative to moral development: An introduction to a healthy lifestyle and continued sport involvement. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 75(1), A37.
Presentations - Peer Reviewed:
Funk, D.C., Jordan, J.S., & Filo, K. (2011, September). Benefits of mass participant sport events: Implications for physical activity and sport managers. European Association for Sport Management Conference, Madrid, Spain.
Filo, K., Funk, D.C., Jordan, J.S., & Inoue, Y. (2011, September). An examination of the relationships among commitment to running and volunteer motivation with involvement with Back on My Feet: Symbiotic or Substitutionary? European Association for Sport Management Conference, Madrid, Spain.
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Hoeber, L., Frisby, W., Jordan, J.S., Kihl, L., & Mills, C. (2011, June). Conducting sport management research with marginalized and difficult to reach populations: Lessons learned. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, London, Ontario Canada.
Filo, K., Funk, D.C., Jordan, J.S., & Sparvero, E. (2011, June). Exploring activity contingent volunteerism: A preliminary study of Back on My Feet volunteers. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, London, Ontario Canada.
Kent, A., & Jordan, J.S. (2010, October). An inter-sport comparison of fan reactions to CSR initiatives. Sport Marketing Association Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Turner, B.A., Jordan, J.S., & Seifried, C. (2010, June). Profiles of football student-athlete commitment and their effects on transfer intentions and satisfaction. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Tampa, Florida.
Jordan, J.S., & Funk, D.C. (2009, September). Promoting social engagement and active lifestyles for the homeless. European Association for Sport Management Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Jordan, J.S., Beaton, A., Kaplanidou, K., Funk, D.C. (2009, September). Market segmentation in participatory sport events. European Association for Sport Management Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Kent, A., Jordan, J.S., & Inoue, Y. (2009, May). Nonresponse error in sport management research: A content analysis of the Journal of Sport Management. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Columbia, South Carolina.
Turner, B.A., & Jordan, J.S. (2009, May). Handling nonresponse error: Examining the utility of techniques suggested by Miller and Smith (1983) in a sport management context. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Columbia, South Carolina.
Turner, B.A., & Jordan, J.S. (2008, May). The utility of online questionnaires for coaching research on intercollegiate athletic coaches. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Toronto, Canada.
Funk, D.C., Ridinger, L., & Jordan, J.S. (2008, May). Understanding internal and external forces in active sport participation. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Toronto, Canada.
Jordan, J.S., Turner, B.A., & Pack, S.M. (2008, April). Organizational justice as a predictor of perceived organizational support. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Conference, Dallas, Texas.
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DuBord, R., Jordan, J.S., & Turner, B.A. (2007, April). Asking the right questions: Assessment strategies for recreational sports departments. National Intramural and Recreational Sports Association Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Sells, W., Haines, D., Jordan, J.S., Daprano, C., & Turner, B.A. (2007, April). Competencies and curriculum for entry level positions: Curriculum committee roundtable. National Intramural and Recreational Sports Association Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Whisenant, W., Smucker, M., & Jordan, J.S. (2006, June). Fairness, satisfaction, and commitment: Perceptions held by high school coaches of boys’ sports. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Kansas City, Missouri.
Greenwell, T.C., Brownlee, E., Jordan, J.S., & Popp, N. (2006, June). The effects of voice and choice on customer satisfaction with student ticketing policy. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Kansas City, Missouri.
Jordan, J.S., Gillentine, J.A., DuBord, R, Turner, B.A., & Mullane, S. (2006, April). Are you as good as you think ? Understanding customer perceptions of service quality. National Intramural and Recreational Sports Association Conference, Louisville, Kentucky.
DuBord, R., Gillentine, J.A., Jordan, J.S., & Mullane, S. (2006, April). Now you see them...Now you don’t! Mystery shopper programs. National Intramural and Recreational Sports Association Conference, Louisville, Kentucky.
Jordan, J.S., Turner, B.A., Haines, D., Pack, S., & Greenwell, T.C. (2006, April). Enhancing student employment: The importance of organizational support and rewards. National Intramural and Recreational Sports Association Conference, Louisville, Kentucky.
Turner, B.A., Jordan, J.S., Funk, D.C., Sagas, M., Kwon, H, Kent, A., & Gillentine, A. (2005, June). Is one enough? The use of single-item measures in sport management. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Regina, Saskatchewan.
Daprano, C., Lilienthal, S., Pastore, D., Jordan, J.S., Bruening, J, Greenwell, T.C., Turner, B.A., & Dixon, M. (2005, June). Beyond a traditional approach: Teaching and learning in sport management. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Regina, Saskatchewan.
Jordan, J.S. & Turner, B.A. (2005, April). Identification of factors that influence the job attitudes of student-employees in a university recreation department. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Conference, Chicago, Illinois.
Waltemyer, S., Sagas, M., Cunningham, G.B., Jordan, J.S., & Turner, B.A. (2005, April). The effects of personalization and colored paper on mailed questionnaire response rates in a coaching sample. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Conference, Chicago, Illinois.
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Jordan, J.S. & Turner, B.A. (2005, April). The development of single-item scales to measure organizational justice and organizational commitment: A reliability and validity assessment. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Conference, Chicago, Illinois.
Gillentine, J.A., Mitchell, B., & Jordan, J.S. (2005, April). Professional preparation patterns of general managers in professional sports. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Conference, Chicago, Illinois.
Mowrey, R.J., Miller, J.J., Jordan, J.S., & Scott, D. (2005, April). Ignoring the obvious: An in-depth examination of critical risk management issues for coaches, teachers, sport and school administrators. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Conference, Chicago, Illinois.
DuBord, R.R., Gillentine, J.A., Miller, J.J., & Jordan, J.S. (2005, April). “Did you know…?” Student perceptions of intramural risk management practices. National Intramural-Recreation Sports Association Conference, Orlando, Florida.
DuBord, R.R., Jordan, J.S., Gillentine, J.A., & Turner, B.A. (2005, April). Understanding employee performance and retention: Creating positive work attitudes. National Intramural-Recreation Sports Association Conference, Orlando, Florida.
Jordan, J.S., Gillentine, A., & DuBord, R. (2005, February). Creating positive work attitudes. NIRSA – Emerging Recreational Sport Leaders Conference, Miami, Florida.
DuBord, R., Gillentine, A., & Jordan, J.S. (2005, February). Crisis management for recreational professionals. NIRSA - Emerging Recreational Sport Leaders Conference, Miami, Florida.
Gillentine A., & Jordan, J.S. (2004, November). Mystery shoppers: Mysteriously missing in the sport industry. Sport Marketing Association Conference, Memphis, Tennessee.
Gillentine, A., Jordan, J.S., & Miller, J. (2004, November). Negligent marketing: What all sport marketers should know. Sport Marketing Association Conference, Memphis, Tennessee.
Walker, M., Jordan, J.S., & Gillentine, A. (2004, October). Factors influencing the college choice of prospective student-athletes. Florida State University Sport Management Conference, Tallahassee, Florida.
Jordan, J.S., Kent, A., & Turner, B. (2004, May). Student perceptions of gambling activities on college campuses. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.
Turner, B.A., Daprano, C., Ko, Y.J., Dixon, M.A., Bruening, J., Greenwell, C, Lilienthal, S., Jordan, J.S., & Pastore, D. (2004, May). Technology in sport management: Faculty perspectives. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.
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Dixon, M.A., & Jordan, J.S. (2004, April). Human resource practices in NCAA Division III institutions: An industry analysis. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Jordan, J.S., Mullane, S., & Gillentine, J.A. (2004, April). Job satisfaction in sport organizations: An examination of NCAA Division I and III basketball coaches. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Stahura, K., Greewood, M., & Jordan, J.S. (2004, April). Youth sport parents expectations of coaches relative to moral development: An introduction to a healthy lifestyle and continued sport involvement. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Miller, J., Seidler, T., Gillentine, J.A., Veltri, F.R., & Jordan, J.S. (2004, April). Effectiveness of university intramural risk management plans from the participant’s perception. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Pastore, D.L., Jordan, J.S., Turner, B., Daprano, C., Dixon, M., Lilienthal, S., Greenwell, C., & Ko, Y.J. (2003, June). The drive for tenure in the 21st century: Keys for successful research collaboration. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Ithaca, New York.
Turner, B., Jordan, J.S., & Sagas, M. (2003, June). Factors affecting response rates to mailed questionnaires: The case of intercollegiate coaches. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Ithaca, New York.
Gillentine, J.A. & Jordan, J.S. (2003, April). Lighten up: The use of humor to improve leadership effectiveness in sport management. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Miller, J., Jordan, J.S., Gillentine, J.A., Veltri, F., & Seidler, T. (2003, March). University intramural program risk management plans: What do participants perceive? Sport, Physical Activity, Recreation and Law Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.
Jordan, J.S., Fink, J., & Pastore, D. (2002, April). Determining the dimensionality of the OJI in a sport setting. American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Conference, San Diego, California.
Gillentine, A., Daughtry, C., & Jordan J.S. (2002, October). Brashness, bawdiness, & beer: The demise of the XFL. International Conference on Sport and Entertainment Business, Columbia, South Carolina.
Jordan, J.S., Usdan, S., & Walker, M. (2002, October). Confessions of a campus bookie: An examination of behaviors exhibited by campus bookmakers. Florida State University Sport Management Conference, Tallahassee, Florida.
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Pastore, D., Jordan, J.S., Daprano, C., Dixon, M., Turner, B., Ferreira, M., Greenwell, T., Ko, Y., Bruening, J. (2002, May). Surviving you first year as a Sport Management faculty: Successful strategies. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Canmore, Alberta.
Jordan, J.S., & Fink, J. (2002, May). The relationship between organizational justice and job satisfaction: An examination of NCAA head basketball coaches. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Canmore, Alberta.
Elkins-McKinney, J., Jordan, J.S., & Gillentine, J. (2001, November). Improving sportsmanship in athletics. Mississippi Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Conference, Jackson, Mississippi.
Jordan, J.S. (2001, November). Organizational justice and the maximization of human resources. Florida State University Sport Management Conference, Tallahassee, Florida.
Jordan, J.S. (2001, May). Understanding employee perceptions of organizational fairness: The influence of organizational justice on employee attitudes and behaviors. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Dixon, M., Geist, A., Greenwell, C., Jordan, J.S., Mahony, D., Pastore, D., & Turner, B. (2001, May). Coaches perceptions of codes of ethics and recruiting issues in intercollegiate athletics. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Dixon, M., Geist, A., Greenwell, C., Jordan, J.S., Mahony, D., Morris, R., Pastore, D., & Turner, B. (2000, June). Examining the use of codes of ethics in intercollegiate athletics: A team approach to research. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Dixon, M., Fink, J., Jordan, J.S., Kent, A., Morris, R., & Pastore, D. (2000, June). College teaching and sport management: What methods and strategies are being used to develop effective college teachers? North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Geist, A., Greenwell, C., Jordan, J.S., Pastore, D., & Turner, B. (1999, December). Current topics in sport management. Ohio Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Conference, Columbus, Ohio.
Jordan, J.S., Pastore, D., & Funk, D. (1999, December). Moral reasoning and athletic participation: A comparison of Division I athletes and non-athletes. Ohio Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Conference, Columbus, Ohio.
Geist, A., Greenwell, C., Jordan, J.S., Mahony, D., & Pastore, D. (1999, September). Decoding codes of ethics of athletic conferences. European Association of Sport Management Conference, Athens, Greece.
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Bruening, J., Daprono, C., Funk, D., Jordan, J.S., Koe, Y., & Riddinger, Y. (1998, June). Surviving your dissertation and beyond. North American Society for Sport Management Conference, Buffalo, New York.
Invited Presentations:
Jordan, J.S. & Turner, B.A. (2006, April). Organizational behavior research in recreational sport organizations. Sport Administration Doctoral Seminar, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky.
Jordan, J.S. & Turner, B.A. (2005, March). Understanding employee attitudes. Sport Management Doctoral Seminar, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.
Jordan, J.S., & Gillentine, A. (2004, March). Legal issues in personal training. American College of Sports Medicine Fitness Trainers Workshop, Coral Gables, Florida.
Jordan, J.S., Hamerslough, W., & Thomas, R. (2002, April). The thrills and chills of graduate school. Seventh Day Adventist Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Athletics Conference, Riverside, California.
Gillentine, A., & Jordan, J.S. (2001, October). Careers in Sport Management. Presented at Mississippi Women’s University, Department of Physical Education, Columbus, MS
Research Related Activities – Editorial Boards and Reviewer Activities
 Editorial Board Member, Journal of Sport Management – June 2007 - Present
 Section Editor, Journal of Sport Management Digest – June 2007 - Present
 Reviewer, International Journal of Sport Management and Marketing, Special Issue “The Attraction of Sport” – April 2007
 Reviewer, International Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport and Dance (ICHPER-SD) Journal - January 2004 - 2008
 Reviewer, The International Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport and Dance (ICHPER-SD) Journal of Research – January 2004 - 2008
 Section Head and Abstract Reviewer, North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM), 2005
 Abstract Reviewer, North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM) 2003; 2004; 2007
 Abstract Reviewer, American Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance (AAHPERD) – 2004
 Reviewer, Mississippi Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (MAHPERD) Journal - 2001- 2003
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V. Funded Research Activity
Analysis of participant experience – 2011 Hispanic Fiesta. Concilio, Principal Investigators: Jordan, J.S., & Funk, D.C. $3,500, August 2011 (Funded).
Community benefits and participant profile: An examination of mass participant road races. US Road Sports & Entertainment Group, Principal Investigators: Jordan, J.S., & Funk, D.C. $20,250, August 2011 (Funded).
Examination of the community benefits of a mass participant sport event. Philadelphia Marathon. Principal Investigators: Jordan, J.S., & Funk, D.C. $9,325, August, 2011 (Funded).
Community Benefits of the 2011 Blue Cross Broad Street Run. Philadelphia Department of Recreation. Principal Investigators: Jordan, J.S., & Funk, D.C. $7,500, May 2011 (Funded).
A National Model for Health Promotion Among the Homeless: A Temple University-Back on my Feet Collaboration. State of Pennsylvania Formula Funds. Principal Investigators: Jordan, J.S., Collins, B., Garg, K.E., Ibrahim, J., & Nair, U. $498,762, October 2010 (Not Funded).
Testing the Feasibility of an Evidence Based Smoking Cessation Program with Members of Back on My Feet. Fox School of Business – Dean’s Seed Grant. Principal Investigators: Jordan, J.S., Collins, B., & Ibrahim, J. $2,598, October 2010 (Funded).
Economic Impact of Mass Participant Sport Events. US Road Sports & Entertainment Group. Principal Investigators: Jordan, J.S., Sparvero, E., & Funk, D.C. $18,000, September 2010 (Funded).
Community Benefits of a Mass Participant Running Event. City of Philadelphia. Principal Investigators: Jordan, J.S., Sparvero, E., & Funk, D.C. $7,498, September 2010 (Funded).
Smoking cessation in homeless populations: Testing a Temple University –community non-profit partnership for homeless individuals. Temple University Provost’s Seed Grants. Principal Investigators: Collins, B., Ibrahim, J., & Jordan, J.S. $49,993, April, 2010 (Not Funded).
Testing the feasibility of an emerging community partnership between Temple’s HBRC and non-profit Back on My Feet. College of Health Professions, Dean’s Incentive Grant. Principal Investigators: Collins, B., & Jordan, J.S. $5,000, February 2010 (Not Funded).
Community Benefits and Participant Satisfaction: Philadelphia Marathon and Half Marathon. City of Philadelphia. Principal Investigators: Jordan, J.S., Sparvero, E., & Funk, D.C. $5,000, May 2010 (Funded).
ING Miami Marathon: Community benefits, participant motives and satisfaction. PR Racing Miami, LLC. Principal Investigators: Jordan, J.S., Funk, D.C., & Ridinger, L. $6,000, June 2009 (Funded).
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Running to stop: Smoking cessation, physical activity, and the homeless. Temple University Faculty Senate Seed Money Fund. Principal Investigator: Jordan, J.S. $6,000, April 2009 (Funded).
Homelessness and smoking cessation: The impact of social capital. Temple University Office of the Vice President for Research. Principal Investigators: Jordan, J.S., Collins, B., & Ibrahim, J. $20,000, June 2009 (Funded).
Economic impact and community benefits of PGA sponsored events. Professional Golfers Association of America. Principal Investigators: Kent, A., & Jordan, J.S. $15,000, April 2009 (Funded).
Use of a structured running program to promote social engagement, self-efficacy, and active lifestyle among Philadelphia’s homeless population. Temple University Summer Research Award. Principal Investigator: Jordan, J.S. $4,500, January 2009 (Funded).
Smoking cessation in homeless shelters: Benefits of physical activity and support. Principal Investigators: Collins, B., Ibrahim, J., & Jordan, J.S. National Institute of Health. $999,998, April 2009 (Not Funded).
Promoting social engagement and active lifestyles for homeless Philadelphians. AAHPERD – Research Consortium Established Researcher Award. Principal Investigator: Jordan, J.S. Co-Investigator: Funk, D.C. $15,000, October 2008 (Not Funded).
Identification of motives for participation and degree of identification with marathon and half-marathon running events. PR Racing Miami. Jordan, J.S., Funk, D.C., & Ridinger, L. Co-Investigators. $8,950, January 2008 (Funded).
Destination Image and Economic Impact Derived from Active Sport Tourism: An Examination of Marathon and Half-Marathon Events. University of Miami School of Education Junior Faculty Development Grant. Jordan, J.S. $6,717, February 2008 (Funded).
Sport Industry Partnership Program. The University of Miami Sport Administration Graduate Program, Coral Gables, FL. Jordan, J.S. $79,500, August 2007 (Funded).
Understanding running events: Motives, satisfaction and community benefits. Yuengling Shamrock Marathon Sportsfest, Virginia Beach, VA. Ridinger, L., Jordan, J.S., & Funk, D.C. Co-Investigators. $4,500, March 2007 (Funded).
Examination of Running Motivation, Satisfaction and Economic Impact. ING Miami Marathon and Half Marathon, Miami, FL. Jordan, J.S., Ridinger, L., & Funk, D.C. Co-Investigators. $6,500, January 2007 (Funded).
James W. McLamore Summer Award in Business and Social Sciences. The University of Miami. Principal Investigator: Jordan, J.S. $9,300, January 2007 (Funded).
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Changing misperception: A comprehensive approach to alter high-risk drinking perceptions and behaviors. Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention, U.S. Department of Education. Usdan, S.L., Principal Investigator, Jordan, J.S., Investigator, Hunt, B., Investigator $278,620.89, April 2002 (Funded).
Formative research on problem gambling among college students. Mississippi State University, Office of Research, Research/Scholarship Fund. Usdan, S.L., Co-Principal Investigator, Jordan, J.S., Co-Principal Investigator. $825, March 2002 (Funded).
Industry Commissioned Research Reports – Non Peer Reviewed
 ING Miami Marathon – 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
 Philadelphia Marathon – 2008, 2009, 2010
 Publix Georgia Marathon – 2010, 2011
 Chicago Half Marathon – 2010
 Blue Cross Broad Street Run – 2011
 World Golf Championship – CA Championship – 2009
 Wawa Welcome America - 2011
VI. Teaching
Courses Taught at Temple University
Undergraduate
THM 3221 – Administration of College Athletics
 SRM Elective Course
 Academic Term: Spring 2011
 Student Rating: 4.75/5.0
THM 4212 – Law and Ethics in Sport & Recreation Management
 SRM Core Course
 Academic Terms: Fall 2008, 2009
 Student Rating
o 2008: 4.57/5.0
o 2009: 4.37/5.0
THM 4222 – Current and Ethical Issues in Sport & Recreation Management
 SRM Core Course
 Academic Terms: Spring 2009, 2010, 2011
 Student Rating:
o 2010: 4.68/5.0
o 2011: 4.26/5.0
Graduate
THM 5212 – Legal Issues in Sport & Recreation Management
 SRM Elective Course
 Academic Terms: Fall 2008, 2009, 2010
 Student Rating
o 2008: 4.50/5.0
o 2009: 4.59/5.0
o 2010: 4.54/5.0
THM 5221 – Athletic Governance
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 SRM Core Course
 Academic Term: Spring 2009
 Student Rating: 4.64/5.0
THM 5226 – Consumer Behavior in Sport & Recreation
 SRM Elective Course
 Academic Term: Spring 2010
 Student Rating: 4.27/5.0
THM 5483 – Readings & Conference Proceedings
 SRM Elective Course
 Academic Term: Spring 2011
THM 9482 – Independent Study in THM: SU 2011
 PhD Business Administration, Tourism & Sport Core Course
 Academic Term: Summer 2011
Courses Taught at the University Miami
Undergraduate
ESS 201 – Introduction to Sport Management
ESS 204 – Career and Personnel Management
ESS 401 – Legal Aspects of Sport Administration
ESS 410 – Problems and Issues in Sport Administration
ESS 490 – Special Topics in ESS: Sport for the Spectator
ESS 497 – Field Experience in Exercise & Sport Sciences
ESS 498 – Seminar in Exercise & Sport Sciences
Graduate
ESS 563 – Sport Facility and Event Management
ESS 565 – Legal Aspects of Sport and Exercise Science
ESS 566 – Organization and Administration of Sport Programs
ESS 573 – Sport Governance
ESS 590 – Special Topics in ESS: Sport Industry in South Florida
ESS 603 – Contemporary Issues in Sport Administration
ESS 646 – Research Methods in Exercise and Sport Sciences
ESS 696 – Field Experience in Exercise and Sport Sciences
ESS 699 – Special Project in Exercise and Sport Sciences
ESS 710 – Master’s Thesis
Thesis and Dissertation Committees:
Committee Member, Doctoral Dissertation, Yuhei Inoue (2011). Investigating the role of corporate credibility on consumer proenvironmental behaviors when sport teams engage in corporate social marketing. Temple University.
Committee Member, Doctoral Dissertation. Jennifer L. Doherty (2008). Continuing professional education in athletic training: Is knowledge acquired and retained? University of Miami.
Chair, Master’s Thesis. Austin Stair Calhoun (2006). Survey of perceived organizational support of National Collegiate Athletic Association division III athletic directors. University of Miami.
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Committee Member, Master’s Thesis. Kate Adams (2006). The influence of sport participation on perceived adolescent behavior. University of Miami.
Committee Member, Honors Thesis. Joe Fahrendorf (2006). The ethical and moral dilemma of steroids in sport. University of Miami.
Chair, Master’s Thesis. Matthew Walker (2002). Factors influencing student-athlete choice of institution. Mississippi State University.
Committee Member, Master’s Thesis. Jung Il Oh (2002). An examination of the internationalization of sport management curriculums. Mississippi State University.
Graduate Student Special Projects:
Advisor, Robert Fox (2007). Economic impact of the 2007 ING Miami Marathon. University of Miami.
Advisor, Justin Kamm (2007). The feasibility of a recruiting service for D-III basketball coaches. University of Miami.
Advisor, Melissa Klunder (2007). Development of Hispanic marketing initiatives for the Miami Dolphins. University of Miami.
Advisor, Seung Chan Rho (2007). Strategic operations of the Korean Professional Baseball League. University of Miami.
Advisor, Adrienne Barnes (2007). Development of the Olympic Community Project for Miami-Dade County. University of Miami.
Advisor, Hsing-Ju Jen (2007). Public relations initiatives utilized by the Taiwanese Professional Baseball League. University of Miami
Advisor, Spencer Welborn (2007). Operations of D-IA athletic academic services departments: Structural changes resulting from the implementation of the Academic Progress Rate. University of Miami.
Advisor, Chris Doell (2006). An evaluation of a faculty/student-athlete mentorship program. University of Miami
Advisor, Kristen Holm, (2006). Third party reimbursement in athletic training: A study of billing systems. University of Miami.
Advisor, Ron LeClair, (2006). Gambling prevalence among collegiate certified athletic trainers. University of Miami
Jeremy S. Jordan
VII. Service
Temple University - School of Tourism & Hospitality Management
Director, Sport Industry Research Center – July 2011 - Present
Chair, STHM Technology Committee – July 2009 - Present
Member, STHM Graduate Committee – July 2010 - Present
Chair, Sport & Recreation Management Faculty Search Committee 2011
Member, Sport & Recreation Management Faculty Search Committee 2009, 2010
Temple University - Fox School of Business
Member, Fox School of Business, Department of Human Resources Faculty Search Committee, 2010
Temple University
Member, Faculty Senate Community Learning Network Committee – April 2011 Present
University of Miami
Chair, Faculty Senate Student Affairs Committee
Member, University of Miami Board of Trustees – Student Affairs Committee
Member, Faculty Senate Committee on Academic Standards
Member, Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook Task Force
School of Education Representative, University of Miami Graduate Council
University of Miami, School of Education
Member, School of Education School Council
Director, Sport Administration Graduate Program
Member, EPS Faculty Search Committee
Member, ESS Faculty Search Committee
University of Miami, Department of Exercise & Sport Science
Chair, Sport Industry Advisory Board
Director, Sport Administration/Athletic Academic Services Faculty Mentor Program
Director, Sport Industry Partner Program
Faculty Advisor, Sport Administration Graduate Student Organization (S.P.O.R.T.)
Professional Service
 Member-at-Large, North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM) Executive Council, 2005 - 2007
 Executive Council, NASPE/NASSM Sport Management Program Review Council, 2005 – 2007
 Conference Co-Host, North American Society for Sport Management 2007 Conference – Miami Beach, FL.
 Curriculum Work Team, National Intramural and Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA), 2005 - 2008
 Sport Management and Administration Commission, International Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport and Dance (ICHPER- SD), 2005 - 2008
 Advisory Board, American Marketing, Management & Sports Entertainment, American Senior High School, 2004 - 2006
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 Program Reviewer, NASPE/NASSM Sport Management Program Review Council, 2002- 2004
 Member, North American Society for Sport Management Conference Committee, 2008-2010.
 Presider, Research Consortium Leisure & Recreation and Sport Management and Administration Poster Session, American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Conference, Chicago, Illinois (2005).
 Member, North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM), 2001 - Present
 Member, American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance (AAHPERD), 2002 - 2009
 Member, National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA), 2005 - 2007
 Member, International Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport & Dance (ICHPER-SD), 2005 – Present
 Member, European Association for Sport Management, 2009 – present.
Professional Service – Community
Back on My Feet – September 2008 – Present
 Principal investigator for research project measuring the efficacy of the BoMF program. Coordinated all outreach and sponsorship activities between STHM and BoMF.
Students Run Philly Style
 Member, Gener8tion Run Race Committee. Coordinated all outreach and sponsorship activities between STHM and Students Run Philly Style.
Wawa Welcome America Festival
 Principal investigator for research project measuring the community benefits of the 2011 Wawa Welcome America Festival.

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