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    MARY AVITA HUMS, Ph.D.

    Home Office

    2408 Mahan Drive SAC East 104Q

    Louisville, KY 40299 Health & Sport Science Dept.

    University of Louisville

    Louisville, KY 40292 USA

    Tel: 1-502-852-5908

    Fax:1-502-852-6683

    e-mail: mhums@louisville.edu

    Twitter: @mahums

    EDUCATION

    Ph.D. 1992 The Ohio State University

    Major Area: Sport Management

    Specialization: Legal Issues Affecting Sport

    M.B.A. 1984 The University of Iowa

    Concentration: Management Information Systems

    M.A. 1983 The University of Iowa

    Major Area: Physical Education

    Specialization: Athletic Administration

    B.B.A. 1979 The University of Notre Dame

    Major: Business Management

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    University of Louisville, Sport Administration Program, Louisville, KY

    Professor, 2003 – present

    University of Louisville University Scholar, 2010-2013

    Associate Professor, 1997 - 2003

    • teach Sport Governance, Management of Professional Baseball, International

    Sport, Sport Policy, and Doctoral Research Colloquium

     Sport Administration Doctoral Program Coordinator

    • advise Masters and Ph.D. students in Sport Administration

    • coordinated and taught in Masters program in Athens, Greece, 1999-2003

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    International Paralympic Committee Sports Department, Bonn, Germany

    Planning Specialist, July 2007

    • assisted Director of Sports in developing Strategy Map for IPC Sports

    • assisted with Ice Sledge Hockey Sport Technical Committee meeting

    Athens Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games (ATHOC), May-Sept. 2004

    Softball Field Crew Assistant

    • chalked batters’ boxes for Competition Field (32 games)

    • watered, raked, lined fields, painted bases for Competition Field and two

    Training Fields

    • cleaned and performed minor maintenance at Competition and Training Fields

    • assisted Softball Technical Operations Manager by editing documents including

    Daily Competition Activity Schedules (DCAS)/Daily Sport Activity Schedule

    (DSAS), Game Day Countdowns, Equipment Inventory Sheets, and Softball

    Personnel Training Manuals

    Goalball Sport Information Manager – Competition Venue

    • supervised Sport Information Desk at Faliro Sports Pavilion during competition

    days

    • maintained distribution pigeon-holes for each team (12 men’s and 8 women’s)

    •distributed game rosters and results, competition and training schedules, and

    printed information from Goalball Technical Delegate and Competition

    Management

    • supervised an international staff of 8 volunteers from 4 nations

    • provided information from INFO2004 Games information site

    • maintained constant communication with Sport Information Manager –

    Paralympic Village concerning transportation and competition schedules and daily

    results

    • worked shifts at Paralympic Village Sport Information Desk prior to competition

    days, booking training sessions and transportation schedules, distributing Team

    Leaders Guides, and distributing printed information from Goalball Technical

    Delegate and Competition Management

    University of Massachusetts, Sport Management Program, Amherst, MA

    Assistant Professor, 1994 - 1997

    • taught undergraduate courses titled Sport Management Policy, Sport Business

    and Finance, Introduction to Sport Management, and Introduction to Sport Law

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    • taught graduate course titled Sport Business and Finance

    Kennesaw State College, Dept. of HPER, Marietta, GA

    Assistant Professor, 1992 - 1994

    • directed Sport Management undergraduate program

    • taught Legal Issues of Sport and Physical Activity, Facility Design and

    Operation, Organization and Administration of Health and Physical Education,

    Research Methodology, Internships, and various activities classes

    • supervised comprehensive field experiences for Sport Management majors

    • advised students majoring in Sport Management, Teacher Education, Exercise

    Science and Health Promotion/Wellness

    The Ohio State University, School of HPER, Columbus, OH

    Teaching Associate/Graduate Administrative Assistant, 1989 - 1992

    • served as Administrative Assistant to the Director of the Basic Instructional

    Program and taught activity classes

    • served as Teaching Associate for Graduate level Effective Teaching in Physical

    Education course and Legal Issues in Amateur Sports course

    • team-taught Undergraduate level Legal Issues in Sport and Physical Activity

    course and Principles of Physical Education course

    St. Mary-of-the-Woods College, Terre Haute, IN

    Physical Education Director, Athletic Director, Softball and Volleyball

    Coach, Continuing Education Director, 1984-1989

    Physical Education Director:

    • directed and taught in Basic Instructional Program

    Athletic Director

    • directed all aspects of five sport NAIA athletic department, including

    scheduling, budgeting, hiring, planning, etc.

    • coached intercollegiate volleyball and softball teams

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    Continuing Education Director

    • directed all aspects of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions programs,

    including planning, organizing, and budgeting for seminars for adults and

    children's Summer Camp

    Ancilla College, Plymouth, IN

    Assistant Admissions Director, Volleyball Coach, 1983-1984

    • Recruited prospective students, worked with student loans, coached

    intercollegiate volleyball team

    The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA

    Teaching Assistant, 1980-1983

    • taught Physical Education activity courses in the Basic Instructional Program

    Girl Scouts of Singing Sands, South Bend, IN

    Field Director, 1979-1980

    • facilitated volunteer activities in three county area, coordinated special program

    events, assisted with programs at camps

    RESEARCH

    A. Research Awards, Fellows and Boards

    Diversity Award, North American Society for Sport Management, 2014.

    Visiting Scholar Lecturer, James Madison University, 2014. Lecture title: Beyond

    the Xs and Os: Using the power of sport for social good.

    Southern Sport Management Association Sport Management Scholar

    Achievement Award, 2014. Lecture title: Bridging a New Gap.

    Research Fellow, Institute for Human Centered Design, Boston, MA, 2012-pres

    Advisory Council for the Olympism and Sport Development Center, Brown

    University, 2010 - present

    University of Louisville University Scholar, 2010 - 2013

    Dorothy Drees Scholar Lecture, University of Dayton Department of Health and

    Sport Sciences, 2010. Lecture title: Sport Managers: Stewards of Sport or

    Money Changers in the Temple?

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    Esther Larsen McGinnis Scholar Lecturer, Illinois State University Department of

    Kinesiology, 2010. Lecture title: Using Sport for Social Change: Bottom

    Lines and Higher Callings

    Earle F. Zeigler Award, North American Society for Sport Management, 2009.

    Lecture title: The Conscience and Commerce of Sport Management: One

    Teacher’s Perspective.

    Erasmus Mundus Visiting International Scholar in Adapted Physical Activity,

    Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, Belgium, March 2008

    Research Fellow. Northeastern University’s Center for Sport in Society –

    Disability in Sport Program and Athletes for Human Rights Initiative,

    2000-2010.

    Member, National Policy Advisory Board for the Women’s Sports Foundation

    Youth Sport & Families Project, 2007 – 2008

    Research Fellow, North American Society for Sport Management, awarded 2003

    B. Publications

    1. Co-Authored books

    Hums, M.A., & MacLean, J.C. (2018). Governance and policy in sport

    organizations. (4th ed.). New York: Routledge.

    Hums, M.A., & MacLean, J.C. (2013). Governance and policy in sport

    organizations. (3d ed.) Phoenix, AZ: Holcomb-Hathaway Publishing

    Hums, M.A., MacLean, J.C., & Zintz, T. (2011). La gouvernance au cœur des

    politiques des organisations sportives. Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium:

    DeBoeck Publishing. (French translation of Governance book).

    Hums, M.A., & MacLean, J.C. (2008). Governance and policy in sport

    organizations. (2d ed.) Phoenix, AZ: Holcomb-Hathaway Publishing.

    Hums, M.A., & MacLean, J.C. (2004). Governance and policy in sport

    organizations. Phoenix, AZ: Holcomb-Hathaway Publishing.

    Papakonstantopoulos, T., & Hums, M.A. (2004). Paralympic sport: All sports

    for all people. Athens, Greece: Electronic Arts Publishing.

    Robinson, M.,