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Damon  Andrew 
Professor
Dean E.B. "Ted" Robert Endowed Professor and Dean
Bachelor's Degree(s): Physical Education/Exercise Science, University of South Alabama, 1998
Master's Degree: Exercise Physiology, University of South Alabama, 1999; Biomechanics, University of Florida, 2002; Sport Management, University of Florida, 2002
PhD: Sport Administration, Florida State University, 2004
PostDoc: Higher Education Administration, Harvard University, 2012; Higher Education Management, Vanderbilt University; 2013
Phone: 225 578-1258
Fax: 225 578-2267
Office: 221 Peabody Hall

Biography

Dr. Andrew's research interests can generally be classified into three areas: (1) leadership in sport, (2) the attraction of sport to participants, spectators, sponsors, employees, and stakeholders, and (3) the effective integration of individuals with disabilities into the sporting environment. To date, his scholarly productivity has included a research methods textbook, 29 funded grants and contracts, over 120 peer-reviewed articles, reviews, proceedings, and book chapters, and over 80 presentations at national and international conferences. He has been elected to serve as Member-at-Large for the North American Society for Sport Management (2008-10), Financial Officer for the Sport and Recreation Law Association (2010-12), and he recently began a three year term as Vice Chair, Chair-Elect, and Chair of the Board of the American Association of University Administrators.  He is currently the Editor of the Sport Management Education Journal, Editor of the Journal of Applied Sport Management, Senior Editor of the Journal of Higher Education Management, Associate Editor of the International Journal of Sport Management and Marketing, and he serves as an editorial board member for numerous other journals. Dr. Andrew directed University of Louisville’s doctoral program in Sport Administration from 2004-2006 and founded and directed a doctoral program in Sport Management at the University of Tennessee before serving as the Dean of the College of Health and Human Services at Troy University from 2008-2013. He has been named a distinguished alumnus of the University of South Alabama, the University of Florida, and Florida State University, and his administrative efforts have been recognized nationally by the American Association of University Administrators, National Association for Kinesiology in Higher Education, and the Southern District of the Society of Health and Physical Educators.