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Barbara Easlick

Barbara Easlick

Contact Information:
330.471.8289
beasl...@malone.edu
Mitchell Hall 200 H

Professor of Sport Management

Education:

D.S.M., Sport Management/Marketing Concentration
The United States Sports Academy, Daphne, AL

M.Ed., Education/Sport Science, Ashland University, Ashland, OH

B.S., Physical Education, Kent State University, Kent, OH

Experience

2010-present, Professor of Sport Management, Malone University
2007-2010, Professor of Physical Education, Malone University
2000-2008, Chair, Health &Human Performance Department, Malone University
1995-2007, Tenured, Associate Professor of Human Performance, Malone University
1992-1995, Assistant Professor of Physical Education, Malone University
1991-2000, Head Softball Coach, Malone University
1987-1992, Instructor of Physical Education, Malone University
1985-1990, Head Women’s Basketball Coach, Malone University 1989, Interim Women’s Tennis Coach, Malone University
1989-1999, Kent State University-Tuscarawas Campus, Continuing Education Instructor 1988-1989, Ashland University, Graduate Instructor
1980-2000, Head Golf Professional, Zoar Village Golf Club, Dover, OH
1977-1980, Assistant Golf Pro, Bent Tree Golf and Racquet Club, Sarasota, FL

Recent Scholarly Work

Textbook Review Summer 2006: Masteralexis, L.P., Barr, C. A., and Humms, M.A. (2005). Principals and practice of sport management: (2nd edition). Sunbury, Mass: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.

Easlick, B. (2004). “Kent State University Professional Golf Management Program Executive Summary and SWOT Analysis.” Kent State University School of Exercise, Leisure, and Sport.

Constructed Professional Golf Management Curriculum for Kent State University (2004).

Professional Consultations:
Devine, J. & Easlick, B. (2005). “Proposal for Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act.”

“Effects of Title IX on men’s sports.” (Spring, 2006).

Mentor manual Kent State University Athletics Department. (Spring, 2005).

“Aggression in sport.” Developed for Kent State University ELS graduate course-Sport in Higher Education. (Fall 2005).

Teaching Assignments

Financial Aspects of Sport
Sport Marketing
Management of Sport
Facility Design and Event Planning
Ethical and Legal Issues in Sport
Psychology of Coaching
First Aid and Safety
Introduction to Fitness, Physical Education, and Sport
Internship in Human Performance
Advanced Topics
Instructional Practicum
Indoor/Outdoor Practicum

I love being outdoors- hiking, fishing, kayaking, golfing, and camping. I spend most summers in Florida helping the elderly in my mom’s park and her church remodeling, painting, and doing repair work. As a golf professional, I played in the USGA’s U.S. Open.



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