Earle F. Zeigler Lecture Award

Description:

The Zeigler Award is the most prestigious NASSM award and may only be bestowed on an individual once over the course of his/her career.earle f zeigler

Qualifications:

The nominee shall meet the following qualifications.

  1. Must be a NASSM member in good standing that has not previously received the Award.
  2. Must have a minimum of ten years of service as a teacher, supervisor, administrator, or combination of the above.
  3. Must have made significant contributions to the field in terms of scholarship, research, leadership, and peer recognition of his/her contributions.
  4. Must reflect those qualities demonstrated by Dr. Zeigler in the areas of student growth and development, leadership, service, scholarship, and collegiality.
  5. Must have made a significant contribution to the field of sport management.

Nomination Procedure:

The deadline for the NASSM Earle F. Zeigler Lecture is July 1. Information required for award nomination includes:

  • Date
  • Name of Nominee 
  • Name of Nominator 
  • Signature of Nominator

Completed nomination forms are to be emailed to the Member at Large appointed by the NASSM President. The current appointee is:

Dr. Melanie Sartore-Baldwin
East Carolina University
sartorem@ecu.edu

Submission Process:

Individuals who accept their nomination will be asked to submit a vita and a two-page narrative describing their qualifications for the award.  These items must be submitted no later than August 1.


NOTE: A specially-featured distinguished scholarly lecture is delivered regularly at the NASSM conference by a Earle F. Zeigler Lecture Award recipient. Subsequently, the lecture is printed in the Journal of Sport Management. Additional information regarding the Earle F. Zeigler Award can be found in the NASSM Operating Codes.
 

Past Earle F. Zeigler Lecture Award Winners

2014
James Zhang, University of Georgia
2013
George Cunningham, Texas A&M University
2012
Alison Doherty, Western University
2011
David Shilbury, Deakin University
2010
Karen Danylchuk, The University of Western Ontario
2009
Mary Hums, University of Louisville
2008
Lucie Thibault, Brock University
2007
Dan Mahony, University of Louisville
2006
Sue Inglis, McMaster University
2005
Laurence Chalip, University of Texas
2004
Wendy Frisby, University of British Columbia
2003
Jacquelyn Cuneen, Bowling Green State University
2002
Donna L. Pastore, The Ohio State University
2001
W. James Weese, University of Windsor
2000
Brenda G. Pitts, The Florida State University
1999
David K. Stotlar, University of Northern Colorado
1998
Dennis R. Howard, University of Oregon
1997
Garth Paton, University of New Brunswick
1996
Robert Boucher, University of Windsor
1995
Trevor Slack, University of Alberta
1994
Gordon Olafson, University of Windsor
1993
Joy T. DeSensi, University of Tennessee
1992
Janet Parks, Bowling Green State University
1991
Packianathan Chelladurai, The Ohio State University
1989
Earle F. Zeigler, Emeritus, University of Western Ontario