Department of Sport Management
Dr. Joel White
Ph.D., Sports Administration
M.S., Sports Administration
B.A., Communications, Journalism Emphasis
Assistant Professor, Sport Management
2006-2007, Instructor (Course: Commercial Recreation and Tourism)
2003-2004, Graduate Assistant, Health Education and Wellness
2003-2003, Assistant General Manager
2000-2002, Media Relations Director
1999, Media Relations Director
Non-professional Work Experience
Sports Marketing Research Institute
2003-2004, Senior Vice President of Operations,
Friday Night at the Fights
2003, Administrative Assistant,
Baseball Winter Meetings
Other Work Experience
2006-2008, Sports Design Editor
1998, Associate Sports Editor
Awards & Honors
Skills & Qualifications
Publications & Presentations
Drayer, J., Morse, A., Shapiro, S., Dwyer, B., & White, J. (2007). Impact of fantasy football on consumption of NFL-related products and services. Published in Sport Management Review, March 2009.
Drayer, J., Morse, A., Shapiro, S., Dwyer, B., & White, J. (2007). Impact of fantasy football on consumption of NFL-related products and services. Presented at Sport Marketing Association 2007 conference.
White, J. (2006). CDM vs. MLBAM: The future of fantasy sports marketing. Poster presentation at Sport Marketing Association 2006 conference.
Shin, H.K. and White, J. (2005). To sponsor or not to sponsor: A case study of Nike and its support of Action Sports. Presented at Sport Marketing Association 2005 conference, selected for the conference’s book of papers.
White, J. (2005). The economic impact of Paul Brown Stadium. Presented at University of New Mexico’s 2005 graduate colloquium.