321-Principles of Marketing
KIN 420- Sociocultural Aspects of Sport
KIN 425- Moral Reasoning in Sport
Organization/Administration of Health, Physical
Education, Recreation, and Dance
KIN 487- Sport
KIN 488- Sport Facilities and
ID 351- Values and Sport
Dr. Van Mullem has over 14 years of professional
experience in coaching and athletic administrative
positions at the junior high, high school, small
college, NCAA Division II and Division I level.
He joined the Business Division faculty in
the fall of 2012.
Prior to LCSC, he spent one year teaching in
the athletic administration graduate program at
Central Washington University and two years at St.
Cloud State University (MN), where he coordinated
the graduate program in sport management and taught
courses in the graduate and undergraduate sport
Dr. Van Mullem received his doctorate in
Sport Ethics from the University of Idaho and his
scholarly interests include coaching education and
ethical sport leadership.
Van Mullem, P.
and Brunner, D. (In press).
Developing a successful coaching philosophy:
A step-by-step approach.
Van Mullem, P. and Stoll, S.K. (2012). The impact of
reflection on ethical decision making for sport
Journal of Contemporary Athletics.
Van Mullem, P. (2011). Coaching education: Learning
to become a coach.
Western Society Review (9th Ed.).
Van Mullem, P.
Developing leaders: Impact of online
intervention programs in intercollegiate athletics.
Monograph Series: Dr. Arthur Broten Young
Society for Kinesiology and Wellness.
Van Mullem, P.,
and Brunner, D. (2012). “Developing a Successful
Coaching Philosophy: A step-by-step approach.”
National AAHPERD Convention, Charlotte, NC.
Van Mullem, P., Stoll, S.K., and Van Mullem, H.
(2012). “Teaching Sport Ethics: One Perspective.”
National NASSM Conference, Seattle, WA.
Pete is married to Heather Van Mullem, the Chair of
the Education Division at LCSC.
They have three children and reside in