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October schedule is set for 7th annual Dr. Bob Frederick Sport Leadership series at LC State

LEWISTON, Idaho – Discussions on various aspects of sports ranging from leadership to internships highlight the 7th annual Dr. Bob Frederick Sport Leadership Lecture Series, which will be held in October at Lewis-Clark State College.

In all, there are 13 presentations across seven days scheduled at various campus locations. All presentations are free and open to the public.

The lecture series honors former University of Kansas athletic director Bob Frederick for his lifelong commitment to teaching, coaching and athletic administration. Frederick served in a variety of sport leadership roles, many of them at Kansas where he participated as a student-athlete, coached, served as an athletic director, and taught classes in sport management. The speakers in this lecture series exemplify his commitment to treating people with dignity and respect and helping young people develop and achieve success.

Among the presenters this year are Dr. Cynthia Pemberton, president at LC State, Matt Dacey, a national staff instructor with the United States Soccer Federation, Ron Slaymaker, former long-time men’s basketball coach at Emporia State, and Chistine Bolger, associate director for coaching education with the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee. Pemberton will discuss “More Than a Game” to open the lecture series on Oct. 10 at 10:30 a.m. at the Williams Conference Center. Pemberton will discuss her book “More than a Game: One Woman’s Fight for Gender Equity in Sport,” which examines Title IX compliance and gender equity in sports during the 1990s at Linfield College while Pemberton was there serving as assistant athletic director, head women’s and men’s swim coach, a faculty member, and later as senior women’s administrator for athletics.

Dacey will discuss “Characteristics of the Leaders I Follow” on Oct. 16, while Slaymaker will have two presentations on Oct. 22, the first on “Help Enough People to Get What They Want and You Will Get What You Want,” and “The Master Skill.” Bolger will talk about “Team USA Coaching Education and Development” on Oct. 24.

Other discussion topics include careers in strength and conditioning, internships, disc golf, how to build career opportunities while in college, social media, dominating a niche market in sport, and leadership.

The lecture series is supported by the LCSC Sport Administration degree program. LCSC offers a BA and BS in Sport Administration as a co-curricular degree between the Business Division and the Division of Movement & Sport Sciences,

The full presentation schedule is listed below. For more information on the series, contact event organizer Pete Van Mullem at either [email protected] or 208-792-2467.

2019 Dr. Bob Frederick Sports Leadership Lecture Series Schedule

Oct. 10

Williams Conference Center

10:30 a.m. – “More Than A Game.” Presenter: President Cynthia Pemberton, Lewis-Clark State College.

Noon – “Utilizing Spirit to Enhance the Game Day Experience.” Presenter: Jordan Benedict, Spirit Coordinator/Head Cheerleading Coach, Washington State University.

Oct. 15

Sacajawea Hall, Room 115

10:30 a.m. –“Maxing Out: What it Takes to Make a Career in Strength and Conditioning.” Presenters: Jayson Gibbs and Brian Elzie, graduate assistants, strength and conditioning, Washington State University.

Noon – “Creating Healthy Active Communities Through Disc Golf.” Presenter: Trevor Pumnea, teaching assistant/doctoral candidate, Recreation Department, University of Idaho.

1:30 p.m. – “Winning the Internship: Strategies From Students” Presenters: Panel discussion by LCSC students majoring in Sport Administration.

Oct. 16

Sacajawea Hall, Room 208

Noon – “Building Career Opportunities While In College.” Presenter: Austin Johnson, men’s basketball coach, Lewis-Clark State College.

1:30 p.m. – “Characteristics of the Leaders I Follow.” Presenter: Matt Dacey, National Staff Instructor, United State Soccer Federation and Technical Director of Washington Youth Soccer in eastern Washington.

Oct 17

Meriwether Lewis Hall, Room 220

10:30 a.m. – “Do it for the Gram: The Effects of Social Media on College Athletics.” Presenter: Tamsyn Stonebarger, Social Media Specialist, Washington State University athletics.

Noon – “Dominating a Niche Market in Sport.: Presenter: Chris Rubio, President and Owner, Rubio Long Snapping.

Oct. 22

Sacajawea Hall, Room 115

Noon – “Help Enough People Get What They Want And You Will Get What You Want.” Presenter: Ron Slaymaker, educator/former men’s basketball coach at Emporia State.

7 p.m. – “The Master Skill.” Presenter: Slaymaker.

Oct. 24

Meriwether Lewis Hall, Room 220

11 a.m. – “Team USA Coaching and Development.” Presenter: Christine Bolger, associate director, coaching education for United State Olympic and Paralympic Committee.

Oct. 29

Sacajawea Hall, Room 115

Noon – “Win the Tip! Insight on Leadership from over 100 speakers.” Presenter: Pete Van Mullen, associate professor, Lewis-Clark State College.