Research Fellow Award
The North American Society for Sport Management Research Fellow designation recognizes NASSM's scholars by honoring their achievement in sport-related scholarship disseminated through NASSM.
The NASSM Research Fellow designation is intended to: (a) be one of distinction within NASSM and Fellows' own academic communities, and (b) encourage high standards of research and other forms of scholarship among NASSM's members.
There is no voting process. Members qualify for NASSM Research Fellow status upon attaining a certain scholarly record (see minimum criteria, below). Members who qualify are automatically designated as NASSM Fellows upon providing the appropriate information to the NASSM Research Fellows Committee Chair and upon Committee verification/authentication of the record, as provided.
NASSM members wishing to gain Research Fellow status must have a continuous and high quality record of scholarship. Minimum criteria must be met (both A and B):
A. Publications: All NASSM Fellows must have published at least 15 refereed publications (3 of the total publications must be within the last 6 years; 3 of the total publications must be in the Journal of Sport Management).
B. Presentations: All NASSM Fellows must have 20 refereed presentations (4 of the total presentations must be within the last 6 years; 6 of the total presentations must be NASSM presentations).
Qualifications (listing of minimum criteria) must be submitted on 8 1/2" by 11" paper format. Supporting materials (i.e. JSM Pages; NASSM Program Pages) must also be submitted on 8 1/2" by 11" paper format.
Credentials/materials will not be returned to applicants.
CREDENTIALS SUBMISSION PROCESS:
NASSM members wishing to submit their credentials for verification/authentication must follow the guidelines as outlined. All questions should be addressed to the Member At Large appointed by the NASSM President, Melanie Sartore-Baldwin (email@example.com).
Registry of North American Society for Sport Management Research Fellows (PDF, 205KB) (updated on July, 2013)
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