Ellen Staurowsky

Candid photo of Ellen Staurowsky

Ellen J. Staurowsky, Ed.D., is a full professor in the Department of Sport Management at Drexel University. She is a fellow of both the North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM) and the AAHPERD Research Consortium.

Dr. Staurowsky is internationally recognized as an expert on social justice issues in sport which include gender equity and Title IX, pay equity and equal employment opportunity, college athletes’ rights and the exploitation of college athletes, the faculty role in reforming college sport, representation of women in sport media, and the misappropriation of American Indian imagery in sport. She is co-author of the book, College Athletes for Hire: The Evolution and Legacy of the NCAA Amateur Myth (Praeger Press) and editor and author of Women and Sport: A Continuing Journey from Liberation to Celebration (Human Kinetics Publishers).

In addition to publications in scholarly journals such as the* Harvard Journal of Law and Gender, Journal of Sport and Social Issues, Sociology of Sport Journal, Quest, Journal of Sport Management, the International Journal of Sport Sociology, the Marquette Sports Law Review, the Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport, the International Journal of Sport History, and Sport Management Review her critiques and analyses on a variety of issues have appeared in *The Chronicle of Higher Education, Huffington Post, Street & Smith’s SportsBusiness Journal, The NCAA News, The New York Times, The Atlantic, Athletic Management Magazine, and News From Indian Country. She was a columnist with the College Sport Business News, Women in Coaching Blog, and co-founder and editor of the LBGT Issues in Sport: Theory to Practice Blog. She currently serves as a contributing/senior writer with Sports Litigation Alert.

She has served as a research consultant to the National College Players Association, co-authoring several reports addressing issues regarding college football and basketball player value, including The $6 Billion Heist: Robbing College Athletes Under the Guise of Amateurism, TV Money Windfall in Big Time College Sports: $784 Million Reasons for Reform, The Price of Poverty: A Comparison of Big-Time College Athletes Fair Market Value, Their Current Compensation, and the U.S. Federal Poverty Line, and An Examination of the Financial Shortfall for Athletes on Full Scholarship at NCAA Division I Institutions – 2009-2010.

As a researcher and advocate on behalf of women in sport, she has served as the lead author on the Women’s Sports Foundation’s comprehensive and expansive research report entitled* Her Life Depends on It: Sport and Physical Activity in the Lives of American Girls and Wome*n (second and third editions). She also co-authored WSF’s report on women in the college sport workplace entitled* Beyond X’s and O’s: Gender Bias and Coaches of Women’s Teams*.

As a teacher and researcher, she has received numerous honors including the Women’s Sports Foundation Researcher of the Year award, the National Association for Girls and Women in Sport’s President’s Award, the University of South Carolina College Sport Research Institute’s Lifetime Research Achievement Award, and the Laughlin Education Award from Ursinus College for her contributions to education nationally.

**EDUCATION
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Ed.D. Temple University, 1994 (with honors)
Major: Sport Management

Dissertation: A comparison of motivations for giving between donors to women’s and men’s athletic support groups.
Dissertation Committee: Bonnie Parkhouse (Chair), Carole Oglesby, Michael Sachs

M.S. Drexel University Kline School of Law (2018)
Master of Legal Studies with concentration in NCAA Compliance and Sports Law

M.S. Ithaca College, 1979
Concentrations in Sport Psychology/Teaching Pedagogy

Thesis: A comparison of female coaching behavior in two athletic environments. Thesis Committee: Craig Fisher (Chair), Vic Mancini, Patricia Fry

B.S. Ursinus College
1977 Health & Physical Education

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

• Business of College Sport
• College Athletes’ Rights
• Misappropriate of American Indian Imagery in Sport
• Sexual Violence in Sport (hazing, sexual harassment & assault)
• Title IX and Gender Equity
• Sport Media

SELECTED WORKS
PUBLICATIONS (Peer-Reviewed)

  1. Staurowsky, E. J., Zonder, E., & Reimer, B. (2017). Title IX knowledge among college athletes and non-athletes in NCAA Division I and III institutions. Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal (25), 30-42.

  2. Staurowsky, E. J. (2014). An analysis of Northwestern University’s denial of rights and recognition of college football labor. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport 7 (2), 134-142.

  3. Weight, E., & Staurowsky, E. J. (2014). Title IX literacy among NCAA administrators
    & coaches: A critical communications approach. International Journal of Sport Management, 3, 257-285.

  4. Staurowsky, E. J. (2014). College athletes’ rights in the age of the super conference.
    Journal of Intercollegiate Sport 7, 11-34.

  5. Southall, R. M., & Staurowsky, E. J. (2013, August). Cheering on the collegiate model: Creating, disseminating, and embedding the NCAA’s redefinition of amateurism. Journal of Sport and Social Issues 37 (4), 403-429.

  6. Staurowsky, E. J. with Murray, K., Puzio, M, & Quagliarello, J. (2013, June). Revisiting James Madison University: A case analysis of program restructuring in an NCAA Football Championship Series (FCS) institution following so-called Title IX cuts. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport 6 (1), 96-119.

  7. Staurowsky, E. J., & Weight, E. (2013, April). Discovering dysfunction in Title IX implementation: NCAA administrator literacy, responsibility, and fear. Journal of Applied Sport Management 5 (1), 1-30.

  8. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, Spring). “A radical proposal”: Title IX has no role in college pay for play. Marquette Sport Law Review, 22 (2), 557-595.

  9. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, Spring). Sexual prejudice and sport media coverage: Exploring an ethical framework for college sport journalists. Journal for the Study of Sports and Athletes in Education 6 (1), 121-139.

  10. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012). American Indian sport imagery in sport and public imagination. In
    E. Hoffman (Ed.), American Indians in American popular culture (pp. 279-296). Westport, CT: Praeger Press.

  11. Staurowsky, E. J. & Weight, E. (2011, December). Title IX literacy: What coaches don’t know and need to find out. Journal of Intercollegiate Sport (4), 190-209.

  12. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, June). For sport feminists, our choices are never easy: A reaction to Susan Cahn’s “Testing sex, attributing gender: What Caster Semenya means to women’s sport.” Journal of Intercollegiate Sport, 4 (1), 54-62.

  13. Staurowsky, E. J. (2009). The state of gender equity in athletics departments offered at two year institutions (Part I). In D. Horton. (Ed.). New Directions for Community Colleges, 147, 53-62.

  14. Staurowsky, E. J. (2009). The state of gender equity in athletic departments offered at two year institutions (Part II). In D. Horton (Ed.). New Directions for Community Colleges 147, 63-73.

  15. Staurowsky, E. J., Morris, H., Paule, A., & Reese, J. (2007, October). Travelers on the Title IX compliance highway: How are Ohio’s colleges and universities faring? Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal, 16 (2), 46-82.

  16. Staurowsky, E. J. (2007, February). “You know, we are all Indians”: Exploring white power and privilege in reactions to the NCAA Native American mascot policy. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 31(1), 61-76.

  17. Hattery, A., Smith, E., & Staurowsky, E. (2007). They play like girls: Gender equity in NCAA sports. Journal for the Study of Sports and Athletes in Education, 1 (3), 249-272.

  18. Staurowsky, E. J. (2007). Daredevils of Niagara. Berkshire Encyclopedia of Extreme Sports (pp. 15-20). Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing.

  19. Staurowsky, E. J. (2007). Wing walkers. Encyclopedia of Extreme Sports (pp. 373-377). Great Barrington MA: Berkshire Publishing.

  20. Staurowsky, E. J. (2005). Hazing. In Levinson, D., & Christensen. Berkshire Encyclopedia of World Sport (pp. 304-309). Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing.

  21. Staurowsky, E. J. & Ridpath, D. (2005, Winter). The case for a minimum 2.0 standard for NCAA Division I athletes. Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport 15 (1), 113-138.

  22. Staurowsky, E. J., & Sack, A.L. (2005). Reconsidering the use of the term “student- athlete” by academic researchers. Journal of Sport Management 19 (2), 103-117.

  23. Staurowsky, E. J. (2003, Fall). Title IX and college sport: The long painful path to compliance and reform. Marquette Sports Law Review 14 (3), 95-121.

  24. Staurowsky, E.J. (2003). Title IX in its third decade: The Commission on Opportunity in Athletics. Entertainment and Sports Law Journal 2(3), 70-93.

  25. Staurowsky, E. J. (2004, February). Privilege at play: The legal & social fictions that sustain American Indian sport imagery. Manuscript solicited by Richard King for inclusion in special issue of the Journal of Sport and Social Issues 28 (1), 11-29.

  26. Staurowsky, E. J. (2003, December). Introduction to the special Title IX issue of the
    Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal 12 (2), 1-3.

  27. Staurowsky, E. J. (2002, December). Women and men in the press box: The price of progress. NAGWS Resources. Reston, VA: AAHPERD. http://www.aahperd.org/nagws.

  28. King, R. L., Staurowsky, E. J., Baca, L. R., Davis, L., & Pewewardy, C. (2002, November). Of polls and race prejudice: Sports Illustrated’s errant “Indian Wars”. Journal of Sport and Social Issues 26 (4), 381-403.

  29. Staurowsky, E. J., & DiManno, J. (2002, Spring). Young women talking sports and careers: A glimpse at the next generation of women in sport media. Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal, 11 (1) 127-162.

  30. Staurowsky, E. J. (2000, November/December). The Cleveland “Indians”: A case study in American Indian cultural dispossession. Sociology of Sport Journal, 17 (4), 307-330.

  31. Staurowsky, E. J. (2000, Spring). Beyond Title IX and separate but equal: Boys and girls playing & playing together. PSAHPERD Journal, 70 (1), 6-7.

  32. Staurowsky, E. J. (1999). American Indian imagery and the miseducation of Americans.
    Quest, 51 (4), 382-392.

  33. Sack, A., & Staurowsky, E. J. (1999, Fall). A rejoinder to Timothy Davis, Intercollegiate athletics in the next millennium: A framework for evaluating proposals. Marquette Sports Law Journal, 10 (1), 117-122.

  34. Staurowsky, E. J. (1998, December). An act of honor or exploitation? The Cleveland Indians’ use of the Louis Francis Sockalexis story. Sociology of Sport Journal, 15 (4), 299- 316.

  35. Staurowsky, E. J., & Scriber, K. (1998, July-September). An analysis of selected
    factors that affect the work lives of athletic trainers employed in accredited educational programs. Journal of Athletic Training, 33 (3), 244-248.

  36. Staurowsky, E. J. (1998, February). Critiquing the language of the gender equity debate.
    Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 22 (1), 7-22.

  37. Staurowsky, E. J. (1996, October). Women and athletic funding raising: Exploring the relationship between gender and giving. Journal of Sport Management, 10 (4), 401-416.

  38. Staurowsky, E. J., Parkhouse, B., & Sachs, M. (1996, July). Developing an instrument to measure athletic donor behavior and motivation. Journal of Sport Management, 10 (3), 262- 277.

  39. Staurowsky, E. J. (1996, May/June). Blaming the victim: Resistance in the battle over gender equity in intercollegiate athletics. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 20 (2), 194-210.

  40. Koch, W. B., Blann, F. W., & Staurowsky, E. J. (1995, March). Sport management: Where is it housed? Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance, 6-7.

  41. Staurowsky, E. J. (1995, February). Examining the roots of a gendered division of labor in intercollegiate athletics: Insights into the gender equity debate. Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 19 (1), 28-44.

  42. Staurowsky, E. J. (1983). A holistic approach to a physical education. Contact Quarterly, 4-6.

  43. Fisher, A. C., Mancini, V. H., Hirsch, R. L., Proulx, T. J., & Staurowsky, E. J. (1982). Coach- athlete interactions and team climate. The Journal of Sport Psychology, 4, 388-404.

PUBLICATIONS (chapters)

  1. Staurowsky, E. J. (submitted, Feb., 2018). Women at work: The impact of equity laws on women in the sport industry. In Lough, N., & Geurin, A. (Ed.). Handbook on the Business of Women’s Sports. New York: Routledge.

  2. Staurowsky, E. J. (submitted). The NCAA and an amateurism that never was. In E. J. Staurowsky, R. Karcher, J. Maxcy, M. Nagle, & R. Southall (in preparation). Big-time college athletes, labor, and the academy. Under contract with University of South Carolina Press.

  3. Staurowsky, E. J. (submitted). Northwestern Football, unionization, & the NLRB’s decision not to exercise jurisdiction. In E. J. Staurowsky, R. Karcher, J. Maxcy, M. Nagle, & R. Southall (in preparation). Big-time college athletes, labor, and the academy. Under contract with University of South Carolina Press.

  4. Staurowsky, E. J. (submitted). Title IX, college athlete employment, and the politics of destruction.. In E. J. Staurowsky, R. Karcher, J. Maxcy, M. Nagle, & R. Southall (in preparation). Big-time college athletes, labor, and the academy. Under contract with University of South Carolina Press.

  5. Staurowsky, E. J., Abney, R., & Watanabe, N. (2018). Intercollegiate athletics. In Pedersen, P. & Thibault, L. (Eds.). Contemporary sport management (6th ed.). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

  6. Staurowsky, E. J. (2017). Hazing. In D. Cotton & J. Wolohan. Law for sport and recreation managers (7th ed.). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

  7. Staurowsky, E. J. (2018). The politics of Title IX and college athlete employees. For R. White (Ed.). Sport and the neoliberal university.

  8. Staurowsky, E. J. (2017). National Letter of Intent: Is it the worst contract in sports? For E. Comeaux (Ed.). College athletes’ rights and well-being. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

  9. Staurowsky, E. J. (2018). Recruiting and athletic scholarships. In S. Arthur-Banning. (Ed.). Youth sports in America: The 50 most important issues in youth sport today. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio.

  10. Staurowsky, E. J. (2015). College athletes’ rights. In E. Comeaux (Ed.). Introduction to intercollegiate athletics. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Press.

  11. Staurowsky, E. J. (2016). Glimpsing the future for girls and women in sport. In Staurowsky, E J. (Ed.). (2016). Women in sport: From liberation to celebration. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Publishers.

  12. Staurowsky, E. J. (2016). Women’s sport history: An overview. In Staurowsky, E. J. (Ed.). (2016). Women and sport: Continuing a journey from liberation to celebration. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Publishers.

  13. Staurowsky, E. J. (2016). Women’s sport in the 21st century: A baseline. In Staurowsky,
    E. J. (Ed.). (2016). Women and sport: Continuing a journey from liberation to celebration. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Publishers.

  14. Staurowsky, E. J. (2016). Girls and women in sport: Benefits and risks. In Staurowsky,
    E. J. (Ed). (2016). Women and sport: Continuing a journey from liberation to celebration. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Publishers.

  15. Staurowsky, E. J. (2016). Women, sport, and aging. In Staurowsky, E. J. (Ed.). (2016). Women and sport: Continuing a journey from liberation to celebration. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Publishers.

  16. Staurowsky, E. J. & Smith, M. (2016). Women leaders in corporate sport. In Staurowsky,
    E. J. (Ed.). (2016). Women and sport: Continuing a journey from liberation to celebration. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Publishers.

  17. Staurowsky, E. J. (2016). Women’s sport leadership at the college and high school levels. In Staurowsky, E. J. (Ed.). (2016). Women and sport: Continuing a journey from liberation to celebration. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Publishers.

  18. Staurowsky, E. J. (2016). Women, sport, and sexual violence. In Staurowsky, E. J. (Ed.). (2016). Women and sport: Continuing a journey from liberation to celebration. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Publishers.

  19. Staurowsky, E. J. (2016). Title IX and beyond: The impact of the Civil Rights & Women’s Movements on Women’s Sport. In E. J. Staurowsky (Ed.). (2016). Women and sport: Continuing a journey from liberation to celebration. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Publishers.

  20. Staurowsky, E. J. (2015). Historical perspectives on college sport. In E. Weight & R. Zullo (Eds.). Intercollegiate Athletics Administration. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

  21. Staurowsky, E. J., & Abney, R. (2014). Intercollegiate athletics. For Pedersen, P., Thibault, L., & Quarterman, J. (Eds.). Contemporary sport management (5th ed.). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Publishers.

  22. Staurowsky, E. J. (2013). Hazing. In D. J. Cotton, & J. T. Wolohan. (Eds). (6th ed.). Law for recreation and sport managers (pp. 261-277). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

  23. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011). Is multiple jeopardy the name of the game for black women in sport? In B. Hawkins & F. Polite (Eds.). Sport, race, activism, and social change: The impact of Dr. Harry Edwards’ scholarship and service (pp. 113-124). San Diego, CA: Cognella.

  24. Staurowsky, E. J., & Abney. R. (2011). Intercollegiate athletics. For Pedersen, P., Parks, J.B., Thibault, L., & Quarterman, J. (Eds.). Contemporary sport management (fourth edition) (pp. 142-153). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Publishers.

  25. Staurowsky, E. J. (2010). In the shadow of Duke: Athletics and the university. In H. Wasserman (Ed.). Institutional failures: Duke lacrosse, universities, new media, and the legal system (pp. 111-131). Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company.

  26. Staurowsky, E. J. (2010). Hazing. In D. J. Cotton, J. T. Wolohan, & T. J. Wilde (Eds.). (5th ed.) (pp. 258-273). Law for recreation and sport managers. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

  27. Staurowsky, E. J. (2010). Title IX literacy: What every citizen should know about Title IX, gender equity, and college sport. For inclusion in Lampman, B. (Ed.). Learning culture through sport: Exploring the role of sport in society. (2nd ed.) (pp. 107-
    123). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

  28. Staurowsky, E. J. (2010). Sport, masculinity, and nationalism in the wake of 9/11. In Fuller, L. (Ed.). Sexual sports rhetoric: Historical and media contexts of violence (pp. 63-76). Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press.

  29. Staurowsky, E. J., Hogshead-Makar, N., Kane, M. J., Lerner, P., Wughalter, E., & Yiamyiannis, A. (2007). Gender equity in physical education and sport. In S. Klein (Ed.)., Handbook for achieving gender equity through education (second edition), (pp. 381-410). Boca Raton, FL: Taylor & Francis. (lead author and primarily responsible for 80% of content)

  30. Staurowsky, E. J. (2006). Hazing. In D. J. Cotton, J. T. Wolohan, & T. J. Wilde (Eds.). Law for recreation and sport managers (4th ed.). (pp. 249-264). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

  31. Staurowsky, E. J., & Abney. R. (2006). Intercollegiate athletics. For Parks, J. B., Zanger,
    B. R. & Quarterman, J. (Eds.). Contemporary Sport Management (4th ed.) (pp. 143- 162). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Publishers.

  32. King, C. R., Davis-Delano, L., Staurowsky, E. J., & Baca, L. R. (2006). Sports mascots and the media. In Raney, A. A., & Bryant, J. (Eds.). Handbook of sports and media (pp. 559- 576). Mahway, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates.

  33. Staurowsky, E. J. (2006). Making sense of the American mascot controversy. In Lampman, B. (Ed.)., Learning culture through sport: Exploring the role of sport in society (pp. 133-150). Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.

  34. Staurowsky, E. J. (2005). Title IX manifesta: Reflections on the Commission on Opportunity in Athletics. In Simon, R. (Ed.)., Sporting equality: Title IX thirty years later (pp. 165-182). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Press.

  35. Staurowsky, E. J. (2003). Hazing. In D. J. Cotton, J. T. Wolohan, & T. J. Wilde (Eds.) (3rd ed.). Law for recreation and sport managers (pp.247-263). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

  36. Abney, R., & Staurowsky, E. J. (2003). Intercollegiate athletics. For Parks, J. B., Zanger,
    B. R.,& Quarterman, J. (Eds.). Contemporary sport management (third edition) (pp. 67- 92). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Publishers.

  37. Staurowsky, E. J. (2005). SuAnne Big Crow: Her legend and legacy. In R. King (Ed). Native American athletes: Identities, opportunities, inequities (pp. 189-210). Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press.

  38. Staurowsky, E. J. (2004). Piercing the veil of amateurism: Commercialisation, corruption, and college sports. In T. Slack (Ed.). The commercialisation of sport (pp. 143-163). London, England: Frank Cass Publishers.

  39. Staurowsky, E. J. (2001). Sockalexis and the making of the myth at the core of Cleveland’s Indians’ image. In R. King & Springwood, C. F. (Eds.). Team spirits: The Native American mascots controversy (pp. 82-108). Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press.

  40. Staurowsky, E. J. (1999). Learning exercises for teaching gender issues in sport. In Steele, J. (Ed.). Syllabii and educational resources for the teaching of the sociology of sport (pp. 15-16). Washington, DC: American Sociological Association.

  41. Biles, F. R., Gray, D., & Staurowsky, E. J. (1996). Part I. Teaching leadership skills. In F. Biles, L. Bunker, C. Coker, B. Harris, and D. Kluka (Eds.), Play for power (pp. 5- 23). Reston, VA: AAHPERD Publishing.

  42. Staurowsky, E. J. (1990). Women coaching male athletes. In Messner, M., & Sabo, D. (Eds.), Sport, men, and the gender order: Critical feminist perspectives (pp. 163-170). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Publishers.

PUBLICATIONS (book)

  1. Staurowsky, E. J., Karcher, R., Maxcy, J., Nagle, M., & Southall, R. (under contract). Big-time college athletes, labor, and the academy. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press. (manuscript due September, 2018).

  2. Staurowsky, E. J. (Ed.). (2016). Women and sport: From liberation to celebration. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. (expected publication date – 2016)

  3. Sack, A. L., & Staurowsky, E. J. (1998, July). College athletes for hire: The evolution and legacy of the NCAA’s amateur myth. Westport, CT: Praeger Press.

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    PUBLICATIONS (Sport Law Case Summaries)**

  5. Staurowsky, E. J. (2018, August 31). At UMD: Another case of sex discrimination targeting a female coach or female coach sexual misconduct? Sports Litigation Alert.

  6. Staurowsky, E. J. (2018, August 31). SUNY Albany can’t shake Title IX allegations after cutting women’s sports. Sports Litigation Alert.

  7. Staurowsky, E. J. (2018, July/August). Ex-Louisville basketball players sue NCAA over vacation of wins & records post-escort scandal. Journal of NCAA Compliance, pgs. 3-4, 11.

  8. Staurowsky, E. J. (2018, July 20). Examining Ohio State’s investigation of sexual abuse claims against former team doctor. Sports Litigation Alert.

  9. Staurowsky, E. J. (2018, July). Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) reporting: The case of Florida Atlantic University. Legal Issues in Collegiate Sport.

  10. Staurowsky, E. J. (2018, June 22). Recent complaint accuses Oregon State athletics of falsifying EADA information: But did they? Sports Litigation Alert.

  11. Staurowsky, E. J. (2018, March 2). SMU coaches and sports medicine personnel accused by female rowers of gender discrimination and negligence. Sports Litigation Alert.*

  12. Staurowsky, E. J. (2018, February 16). Aspen Institute Sport & Society Program hosted roundtable on the future of football. Sports Litigation Alert.

  13. Staurowsky, E. J. (2018, February 2). Guilford College denies lack of Title IX compliance in athletic department. Sports Litigation Alert.*

  14. Staurowsky, E. J. (2017, November 24). Quaker coaches and athletes allege long-standing Title IX violations and retaliation at Guilford College. Sport Litigation Alert.

  15. Staurowsky, E. J. (2017, October 27). Anonymous OCR Title IX complaint alleges anti-male bias in Occidental athletics. Sport Ligitation Alert.*

  16. Staurowsky, E. J. (2017, October 12). NCAA opposed college athletes’ motion for summary judgement in athlete compensation cap case & files its own motion for summary judgement. Sport Litigation Alert.*

  17. Staurowsky, E. J. (2017, September 15). College athletes seeking relief from NCAA’s cap on athlete compensation file for summary judgement. Sport Litigation Alert.*

  18. Staurowsky, E. J. (2017, July 21). Female athletes allege 45-year history of Title IX non-compliance at Lock Haven University. Sport Litigation Alert.

  19. Staurowsky, E. J. (2017, May 12). Indiana University’s athletics policy disqualifying athletes with records of sexual violence. Sport Litigation Alert.

  20. Staurowsky, E. J. (2017, March 31). Wrongful termination alleged in former women’s water polo coach’s lawsuit against Cal. Sport Litigation Alert.*

  21. Staurowsky, E. J. (2017, January). Michigan State officials accused of covering up sexual abuse of former female softball player by team physician. Sports Litigation Alert.*

  22. Staurowsky, E. J. (2016, December 23). An analysis of University of Kansas’s motion to dismiss the Daisy Tackett Title IX lawsuit. Sports Litigation Alert.

  23. Staurowsky, E. J. (2016, April 15). Tackett v. University of Kansas: Holding schools accountable under Title IX and consumer protection. Sport Litigation Alert.

  24. Staurowsky, E. J. (2016, September 30). Grant Neal v. Colorado State University-Pueblo et al.: College athlete accused of sexual assault under Title IX takes on school and U.S. government. Sports Litigation Alert.

  25. Staurowsky, E. J. (2015, November 13). African-American male student seeks relief for racial and sex discrimination against the University of Notre Dame and former employee. Sport Litigation Alert.

  26. Staurowsky, E. J. (2016, August 19). Former college softball coach accused of cover up in violation of Title IX. Sports Litigation Alert.

  27. Staurowsky, E. J. (2015, September 27). Baylor University, sexual violence, & Title IX vulnerabilities. Part II. Sport Litigation Alert.

  28. Staurowsky, E. J. (2015, September 4). Baylor University, sexual violence, & Title IX vulnerabilities, Part I. Sport Litigation Alert.

  29. Staurowsky, E. J. (2015, February 22). Iowa field hockey players Title IX complaint: What are some of the issues. Sport Litigation Alert.

  30. Staurowsky, E. J. (2014, July 25). College coach-athlete relationship akin to at-will employment. Sport Litigation Alert.*

  31. Lewinter, G., & Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, July). The Academic Progress Rate (APR) generates lively discussion at this year’s College Sport Research Institute Conference. Sport Litigation Alert.*

  32. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, June 3). The role of Title IX coordinators in fostering Title IX literacy among college coaches and administrators. Sport Litigation Alert, 8.

  33. Staurowsky, E. J. (2010, July). Reflections on Biediger v. Quinnipiac. Sport Litigation Alert 7 (13), 1.

  34. Staurowsky, E. J. (2010, June). Lance Stephenson case: Was Under Armour visit educational? Legal Issues in Collegiate Athletics 11 (8), p. 11

  35. Staurowsky, E. J. (2010, April 21). Panelists look at NBA’s one and done rule. Sport Litigation Alert 7 (9), p. 9.

  36. Staurowsky, E. J. (2010, April 21). The goal posts are lonely: College stadium management
    & institutional liability. Sport Litigation Alert 7 (9), p. 9.

  37. Lotsbom, C., Tracy, M., & Staurowsky, E.J. (2010, April 7). To tweet or not to tweet – Policy and legal concerns for athletic departments. Sport Litigation Alert 7 (8), p.8.

*also published in Legal Issues in Collegiate Athletics

PUBLICATIONS (Short Essays/Editorials)

  1. Staurowsky, E. J. (2017). Title IX, college athletes, and political contexts. Contexts.

  2. Staurowsky, E. J. (pending, 2018). Tony Dungy. In C. R. King, (Ed.). People of color and popular culture in the United States: An encyclopedia of histories, culture, and peoples.

  3. Staurowsky, E. J. (pending, 2018). Paul Robeson. In C. R. King, (Ed.). People of color and popular culture in the United States: An encyclopedia of histories, culture, and peoples.

  4. Staurowsky, E. J. (pending, 2018). Stereotyping of Native Americans. In C. R. King, (Ed.). People of color and popular culture in the United States: An encyclopedia of histories, culture, and peoples.

  5. Staurowsky, E. J. (2017, March 14). What business leaders can learn from March Madness players about overcoming setbacks. Fortune.com.

  6. Staurowsky, E. J. (2016). Laremy Tunsil: Criminal? Rule-breaker? or Morally-righteous guy? In Lumpkin, A. (Ed.). Modern Sport Ethics, pp. 152. New Haven, CT: Praeger.

  7. Staurowsky, E. J. (2016, July 7). Pat Summitt’s legacy and the work that remains.
    Drexel News Blog.

  8. Staurowsky, E. J. (2016, March 24). What every business leader can learn from March Madness. Fortune.com.

  9. Staurowsky, E. J. (2016, March 23). Amid the madness, don’t forget about players’ rights.
    Philly.com.

  10. Staurowsky, E. J. (2015, November 11). Missouri athletes invoked the moral authority of Martin Luther King. The Chronicle of Higher Education.

  11. Staurowsky, E. J. (2015). Unionization of college athletes. In M. Dodds & J. Reese (Eds).
    Sports leadership: A reference guide (pp. 271-272). New York: Golson Media.

  12. Staurowsky, E. J. (2015, July 24). Bringing Jim Thorpe home. Huffington Post.

  13. Staurowsky, E. J.. (2015, May 18). The case of former University of Ilinois football player Simon Cvijanovic points to need for independent players’ association. Huffington Post.

  14. Staurowsky, E. J., & Southall, R. (2015, April 6). Making the case for college athletes as employees. Street & Smith’s SportsBusinessJournal.

  15. Staurowsky, E. J. (2015, Jan. 20). College football players as employees: About this there should be no debate. Huffington Post.

  16. Southall, R., Nagel, N., & Staurowsky, E. J. (2014). Welcome to the big-time college sport sausage factory. Chronicle of Higher Education.

  17. Southall, R., Nagel, M., & Staurowsky, E. J. (2014). An overview of college sport cases: What athletic staff should know. NACDA Report.

  18. Staurowsky, E. J. (2014, April 15). Words of wisdom from Phillies College Night. Drexel SMTSU The Sports Complex.

  19. Staurowsky, E. J., & Orleans, J. (2014, April 4). College sports need a fundamental rethink.
    US News & World Report.

  20. Staurowsky, E. J. (2014, April 7). What does the Northwestern football ruling mean for college sports? Drexel Now.

  21. Staurowsky, E. J. (2014, March 28). Title IX should not confuse the issue. New York Times.

  22. Staurowsky, E. J. (2014, February 1). The significance of college athletes signing union cards. Huffington Post.

  23. Staurowsky, E. J. (2013, December 17). College sport as community. College Sports Business News. Note: This piece was listed in the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) Daily Review on December 19, 2013.

  24. Staurowsky, E. J. (2013, December 16). Exploring the ‘science’ behind the poll Snyder cites to defend his Redsk*ns. Indian Country Today Media Network.

  25. Staurowsky, E. J. (2013, November 15). Google+ shared endorsements: What do they mean for college athletes? College Sports Business News.

  26. Staurowsky, E. J., & Proska, M. (2013, July 15). Gender equity at the high school level.
    Women in Coaching Blog.

  27. Staurowsky, E. J. (2013, June 15). Who looks like a coach? Women in Coaching Blog.

  28. Staurowsky, E. J. (2013, May 23). Lock Haven Council of Trustees silence is deafening in the face of proposal to award emerita status to long-time athletics director. College Sports Business News. Republished in Women in Coaching Blog.

  29. Staurowsky, E. J. (2013, April 22). As schools evolve, so too should athletics. New York Times.

  30. Staurowsky, E. J. (2013, March 21). New guidance from the Office for Civil Rights regarding athletes with disabilities. College Sports Business News.

  31. Staurowsky, E. J. (2013, March 19). Reflections on Lean in: Women, work, and the will to lead by Sheryl Sandberg. Women in Coaching Blog.

  32. Staurowsky E. J. (2013, February 15). “There are no women on the Gender Equality Committee?” Women in Coaching Blog.

  33. Staurowsky, E. J. (2013, February 12). U.S. Office for Civil Rights asked to ban American Indian mascots in Michigan public schools. Huffington Post.

  34. Staurowsky, E. J., & Southall, R. M. (2013, January 24). The NCAA’s attack on academic freedom. Huffington Post.

  35. Staurowsky, E. J. (2013, January 23). NCAA’s decision to withdraw funding to Scholarly Colloquium is an attack on academic freedom. College Sports Business News.

  36. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, December 14). Female athletes valuing their own strength.
    Women in Coaching Blog.

  37. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, September 15). Thoughts on “throwing like a girl”. Women in Coaching Blog.

  38. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, August 14). Honoring Ruth Brunner: Teacher, coach, mentor.
    Women in Coaching Blog.

  39. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, July 23). The NCAA’s punishment of Penn State: Was this about justice or vengeance? College Sports Business News.

  40. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, July 14). Thoughts on the Freeh Report: We learn by going where we have to go? College Sports Business News.

  41. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, July 6). The soul within Penn State: Did officials cover up Sandusky’s crimes. Huffington Post.

  42. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, July 5). What the Sandusky verdict didn’t do: Address how this kind of thing could happen. College Sports Business News.

  43. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, June 27). Summer reading recommendation: You let a GIRL beat you? by Ann Meyers Drysdale. Women in Coaching Blog.

  44. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, June 23). The Sandusky verdict: “We’ve all lost”. College SportBusiness News.

  45. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, June 22). The Sandusky trial: The jury deliberates. College Sport Business News.

  46. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, June 20). It’s an Olympic year which means it’s time, once again, to talk about the femininity test. Women in Coaching Blog.

  47. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, June 20). The Sandusky trial: The defense begins. College Sport Business News.

  48. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, June 18). Through the looking glass: The case of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. Jerry Sandusky. College Sport Business News.

  49. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, June 12). Billie Jean King influencing the next generation. Women in Coaching Blog.

  50. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, May 23). Lessons from a week in the life of Brandi Chastain: Why Title IX continues to matter. Women in Coaching Blog.

  51. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, April 13). A celebration of the life and times of Eleanor Kay (Pete) Hess. Women in Coaching Blog.

  52. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, April 10). NACWAA presents…Title IX trailblazers. Women in Coaching Blog.

  53. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, March 28). ESPNWs power of Title IX. Women in Coaching Blog.

  54. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, March 14). It’s here, it’s what we’ve been waiting for: The 2012 NCAA Title IX and Gender Equity Handbook. Women in Coaching Blog.

  55. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, March 11). The Madness of March & the NCAA’s Guide to Title IX and Gender Equity. College Sports Business News.

  56. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, February 29). Whistleblowin’ ain’t easy: Survival tips for women coaches challenging injustice. Women in Coaching Blog.

  57. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, February 15). “Be prepared to be her brains when her brains fall out of her head”: Advice on how to be the best assistant coach you can be. Women in Coaching Blog.

  58. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, February 1). National Girls and Women in Sport Day: Title IX at 40: In it for the long run. Women in Coaching Blog.

  59. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, January 30). Leading with personality: Notes from the Centennial Conference Snell-Shillingford Symposium. Women in Coaching Blog.

  60. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, January 25). Centennial Conference’s Snell-Shillingford Symposium: Empowering the next generation of women coaches. Women in Coaching Blog.

  61. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, January 9). News from Indy: Calls for “shared responsibility”.
    Women in Coaching Blog.

  62. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012). Athletics, sports, physical education, and gender equity.
    In Banks, J. (Ed.). Encyclopedia of diversity in education. (Vol. 2, pp. 181-186). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

  63. Staurowsky E. J. (2011, December 28). Real women, real coaches. Women in Coaching Blog.

  64. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, December 21). Best wishes for a happy holiday. Women in Coaching Blog.

  65. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, December 18). Penn State officials charged with perjury and failure to report move on to trial. College Sports Business News.

  66. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, December 14). In the shadow of Penn State: Women, sport, andsex abuse. Women in Coaching Blog.

  67. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, December 13). The spirits of Bellefonte are restless. Women in Coaching Blog.

  68. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, December 7). News from Rocky Top: Sex discrimination claims at the University of Tennessee. Women in Coaching Blog.

  69. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, December 2). Thoughts on Urban Meyer’s family contract:
    Women in Coaching Blog.

  70. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, December 1). Urban and Me: We’re almost twins…except for that six year, $26.6 million contract. College Sports Business News.

  71. Southall, R., & Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, November 23). Turning turkey into tofu.
    Huffington Post.

  72. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, November 16). “Life is to be lived and there is no time to waste”.
    Women in Coaching Blog.

  73. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, November 12). We Are-The Second Mile? College Sports Business News.

  74. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, November 9). Thoughts on the distinction between playing versus leading. Women in Coaching Blog.

  75. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, November 3). A woman’s sports nation: Does it change everything? Women in Coaching Blog.

  76. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, October 26). On love and coaching. Women in Coaching Blog.

  77. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, October 19). On hope and liberation in women’s sports. Women in Coaching Blog.

  78. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, October). Traversing the gender tight rope: Reflections from the NACWAA Convention. College Sports Business News.

  79. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, October 12). Thoughts from a wedding. Women in Coaching Blog.

  80. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, October 11). As the sun sets on NACWAA. College Athletics Clips.

  81. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, October 10). Inspiring and empowering: A missive from NACWAA. College Athletics Clips.

  82. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, October 5). Warm greetings and welcome. Women in Coaching Blog.

  83. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, September). Giving them something to cheer about? College Sport Business News.

  84. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, September). “Should college athletes get paid‟? Is the wrong question. The Atlantic.

  85. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, September). Create a professional sports league. The Atlantic.

  86. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, September). How colleges exploit student-athletes. The Atlantic.

  87. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, August). Title IX: Roadblock or pathway to men’s lacrosse growth? College Sports Business News.

  88. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, May 18). Coming to terms with sexual harassment in college athletic departments. College Sports Business News.

  89. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, March 28). Lost in translation: From the Big Game to the Big Dance. College Sports Business News.

  90. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, March 4). College athletes and interpersonal violence: Are the nations intercollegiate athletics programs ready for meaning change. College Sports
    Business News.

  91. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011). Alumni loyalty. In Swayne, L., & Golson, J. G. (Eds.). Encyclopedia of sport management and marketing, pp. 46-48. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publishers.

  92. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011). Compliance. In Swayne, L., & Golson, J. G. (Eds.). Encyclopedia of sport Management and marketing. (pp. 260-261). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publishers.

  93. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011). Bowl Championship Series. In Swayne, L., & Golson, J. G.(Eds.). Encyclopedia of sport management and marketing. (pp. 142-144). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publishers.

  94. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011). Bowl games. In Swayne, L., & Golson, J. G. (Eds.). Encyclopedia of sport management and marketing. (pp. 144-146). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publishers.

  95. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011). National Collegiate Athletic Association. In Swayne, L., & Golson,J. G. (Eds.). Encyclopedia of sport management and marketing. (pp. 950-956). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publishers.

  96. Staurowsky, E. J. (2010, February). Who is driving the enterprise? The New York Times.

  97. Staurowsky, E. J. (2009, March 18). Where the amateurs are. The New York Times.

  98. Miller, J., & Staurowsky, E. J. (2007). Fabiola da Silva. Berkshire Encyclopedia of Extreme Sports (pp. 80). Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing.

  99. Staurowsky, E. J. (2007). Shirley Muldowney. Berkshire Encyclopedia of Extreme Sports
    

    (pp. 213-214). Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing.

  100. Staurowsky, E. J. (2007). Bessie Coleman. Berkshire Encyclopedia of Extreme Sports (pp. 71-72). Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing.
    
  101. Staurowsky, E. J. (2006, December). James Madison University’s decision to cut athletic teams: A farce or a tragedy?   Sport Litigation Alert, 3 (21).
    
  102. Staurowsky, E. J.  (2005, November 21-27). Will NFL demand justice for Tillman?  Street
    

    & Smith’s SportsBusinessJournal, p. 29.

  103. Staurowsky, E. J. (2005). Dispatch from the Drake Group. Legal Issues in College Athletics Newsletter.
    
  104. Staurowsky, E. J. (July 28-August 3, 2003). Don’t clarify Title IX, live up to it. Street & Smith’s SportBusiness Journal.
    
  105. Staurowsky, E. J. (2003, February 14). The Title IX commission’s flawed lineup. The Chronicle of Higher Education (invited commentary). Reprinted by permission in the Journal for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, & Dance (April/May, 2003).
    
  106. Staurowsky, E. J. (2002, December). We can, you can’t: The NCAA retains the right to prevent student-athletes from following its moneymaking lead. Athletic Business, pp. 18, 20, & 21.
    
  107. Staurowsky, E. J. (2002, August/September). Reconciliation on the Rosebud: BP returns the Crazy Horse name. The Corporate Examiner. (Note: the Examiner is posted for some period of time online and then withdrawn from the website).
    
  108. Staurowsky, E. J. (2004). Ross Anderson: “Fastest American Indian on Mother Earth.” In King, R.  (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Native Americans in Sport (pp. 32-34).  Armonk, NY: M.
    

    E. Sharpe Publishers.

  109. Staurowsky, E. J. (2004). Representation of Native American athletes in sport media. In King, R. (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Native Americans in Sport. Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe Publishers.
    
  110. Baca, L., & Staurowsky, E. J. (2004). The Native American mascot issue: An overview. In King, R. (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Native Americans in Sport (pp. 201-204). Armonk, NY:
    

    M. E. Sharpe Publishers.

  111. Staurowsky, E. J., & Wilson, S. (2001, September/October). Replacing American Indian mascots.  Athletic Management, 13 (5), 6-7.
    
  112. Staurowsky, E. J. (2001, August). Reflections of a former Methacton “Warrior”: Why I believe American Indian mascots should be retired.  Athletic Management.
    
  113. Staurowsky, E. J. (2001, May). Is the NCAA’s position on gambling and wagering as clear as it appears?  Don‟t bet on it! A-Game.Com.
    
  114. Staurowsky, E. J. (2000, June 5). Lessons from IU case may be unexpected. The NCAA News, p.4-5.
    
  115. Staurowsky, E. J. (2000, January 24-30). A great talent is denied his place in history: Jim Thorpe, top athlete of the first half 20th century is forgotten in the end. Street & Smith’s SportsBusiness Journal, p. 37. (Reprinted in the May, 2000 edition of News From Indian Country at their request)
    
  116. Staurowsky, E. J. & Mosher, S. (1999, May 29-June 5). Derogatory team names, logos have got to go: Franchises that market Native American imagery are fighting a losing battle. Street & Smith’s SportsBusiness Journal, n.p.
    
  117. Staurowsky, E. J. (1999, February 1). Bad collegiate sports: Take Playboy and Hooters out of the game. San Francisco Business Times. (Reprint of article that originally appeared in the January 18-24, 1999 edition of Street & Smith’s SportsBusiness Journal).
    
  118. Staurowsky, E. J. (1999, February 15). Schools should rethink sponsor selections. The NCAA News, 36 (4), 4. (Reprinted with permission from the January 18-24, 1999 article which appeared in Street & Smith’s SportsBusiness Journal.)
    
  119. Staurowsky, E. J. (1999, January 18-24). Why let sex sell college football? Street & Smith’s SportsBusiness Journal, 36-37.
    
  120. Staurowsky, E. J. (1998). Television docudrama: The making of frail female athletic heroines. In C. Oglesby (Ed.). (1998). Encyclopedia of women and sport in America. Phoenix, AZ: The OryxPress, pp. 277-279.
    
  121. Staurowsky, E. J., & Sullivan, P. (1997, June/July). An athlete and a leader. Athletic Management, pp. 14-16, 18, 21-22.
    
  122. Staurowsky, E. J. (Fall, 1996). The 1996 Margaret Paulding Lecture (condensed and revised version).  The Easterner, pp. 1-2.
    
  123. Staurowsky, E. J. (1996, Spring). Tribal rites.  Ithaca College Quarterly, pp. 19-21.
    
  124. Staurowsky, E. J. (1995, June 28). Another perspective on the payment of student- athlete debate.  The NCAA News, pp. 4-5.
    
  125. Staurowsky, E. J. (1995, Spring/Summer). Females in sport = Fund raisers? Money makers? GWS Newsletter, 22(2), p. 5.
    
  126. Staurowsky, E. J. (1994, September/October). Sister, can you spare a dime? The wisdom of encouraging women to give to women's athletics. The Women's Sport Experience, pp. 17- 18.
    
  127. Staurowsky, E. J.  (1992, Winter).  Achieving gender equity in the athletic work place.
    

    National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators, p. 2.

  128. Staurowsky, E. J.  (1992, October 21).  Women's sports are still in a struggle for equity.
    

    Rochester Times-Union, p. 9A.

  129. Staurowsky, E. J. (1989, September).  "I Ain't Got No Pep." Net-work News, pp. 1-2.
    

PUBLICATIONS (book & video reviews - essays)

  1. Staurowsky, E. J. (2017). Book review of Invisible seasons: Title IX and the fight for equity in college sports. International Journal of Sport Communication (10), 4.

  2. Staurowsky, E. J. (2017). Book review of Missoula: Rape and the justice system in a college town. Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics.

  3. Staurowsky, E. J. (2014, February). Book review of Sport public relations: Managing stakeholder communications. Sport Management Review 17 (1), 94-95.

  4. Staurowsky, E. J., Weaver, K., & Burchette, B. (2013, November). Book review of
    Marketing for sport business success. Sport Management Review 16 (4), 535-536.

  5. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, May). Book review of Tainted glory: Marshall University, the NCAA, and one man’s fight for justice. Sport Litigation Alert.

  6. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011). Book review of Scoreboard baby: A story of college football, crime, & complicity. Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics 4, vi-viii.

  7. Staurowsky, E. J. (2010). Book review of Getting in the game: Title IX and the women’s sports revolution. Sport Litigation Alert, 7(19), 9.

  8. Staurowsky, E. J. (2010). Video review of License to thrive: Title IX at 35 thirdspace.(9), 2.

  9. Staurowsky, E. J. (2008). Book review of Diversity and social justice in college sports: Sport management and the student-athlete. Sport Management Education Journal.

  10. Staurowsky, E. J. (1998, December). Video review of In whose honor? American Indian mascots in sports. International Journal of Sport Sociology, 411-414.

**PUBLICATIONS (other books reviews)
**
1. Staurowsky, E. J. (2015). Book review of Strong inside: Perry Wallace and the collision of race and sports in the South. Choice Magazine.

  1. Staurowsky, E. J. (2015). Book review of Fighting for recognition: Identity, masculinity, and the act of violence in professional wrestling. Choice Magazine.

  2. Staurowsky, E. J. (pending). Book review of The Native American identity in sports: Creating and preserving a culture. Journal of Sport History.

  3. Staurowsky, E. J. (2014, December). Book review of Strong and hard women: An ethnography of female bodybuilding. Choice Magazine.

  4. Staurowsky, E. J. (2014, May). Book review of Fallen sports heroes, media, & celebrity culture. Choice Magazine 51 (9), 1636.

  5. Staurowsky, E. J. (2013, November). Book review of Contesting constructed Indian-ness: The intersection of the frontier, masculinity, and whiteness in Native American mascot representations. Choice Magazine 51 (3), 558.

  6. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, October). Book review of Out of left field: Jews and Black baseball. Choice Magazine 49 (2), 350.

  7. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, September). Book review of Advancing the ball: Race, reformation, and the quest for equal coaching opportunity in the NFL. Choice Magazine 49 (1), 158.

  8. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, April). Book review of Race, sport, and politics: The sporting black diaspora. Choice Magazine 48 (8), 1526.

  9. Staurowsky, E. J. (2010). Book review of Sport, masculinity and the body. Choice Magazine 47 (5), 933.

  10. Staurowsky, E. J. (2009, November). Book review of Abel Kiviat National Champion: Twentieth-Century track & field and the melting pot. Choice Magazine 47 (3), 543.

  11. Staurowsky, E. J. (2009, October). Book review of Sport in films. Choice Magazine 47
    (2), 313-314.

  12. Staurowsky, E. J. (2009, May). Book review of Full court quest: The girls of Fort Shaw Indian School Basketball Champions of the World. Choice Magazine 46 (9), 1745.

  13. Staurowsky, E. J. (2009, March). Book review of The metrosexual: Gender, sexuality, and sport. Choice Magazine 46 (3), 556.

  14. Staurowsky, E. J. (2008, August). Book review of Sports scandals. Choice Magazine 46
    (7), 1349.

  15. Staurowsky, E. J. (2008, March). Book review of Equal play: Title IX and social change. Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics 1, vii-ix.

  16. Staurowsky, E. J. (2008, February 11). Book review of Equal play: Title IX and social change and Playing with the boys: Why separate is not equal. Teachers College Record.

  17. Staurowsky, E. J. (2004, Fall). Book review of The silence of great distance: Women running long. Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal 13, 102-104.

  18. Staurowsky, E. J. (2004, Fall). Book review of Women’s college basketball coaches. Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal 13, 105-107.

  19. Staurowsky, E. J. (2002, Summer). Review of The National Collegiate Athletic Association Hall of Champions. Journal of Sport History, 29 (2), 364-368.

  20. Staurowsky, E. J. (2001, Fall). Book review of Beer and circus: How big-time college sport is crippling undergraduate education. Sociology of Sport Journal 18 (3), 358.

  21. Staurowsky, E. J. (2001). Book review of Contemporary Sport Management. Journal of Sport Managemen 15, 2001, 160-162.

  22. Staurowsky, E. J. (2001, June). Book review of A whole new ball game. The International Journal of Sport History, June 2001, volume 18, Number 2.

  23. Staurowsky, E. J. (1996). Book review of Unsportsmanlike conduct: Exploiting college athletes. Journal of Sport Management 10 (3), 332-334.

NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PRESENTATIONS (peer-reviewed & invited)

  1. Staurowsky, E. J. (2018, November). Revisiting Millard Lampell’s view of college football as industry and college athlete labor efforts. Paper presented to the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. (peer-reviewed) (pending)

  2. Staurowsky, E. J., Weaver, A., & DeVita, J. (2018, September 13). Assessing college athlete engagement with high impact practices (HIPs). Paper presented to the Drexel University Academic Assessment Conference, Philadelphia, PA. (peer-reviewed)

  3. Staurowsky, E. J. (2017, November 2). Has gender bias come of age in college sport workplaces? Paper submitted to the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Conference, Windsor, ON, Canada. (peer-reviewed)

  4. Staurowsky, E. J. (2017, November 2). Examining NCAA rules and infractions decisions through the lens of the “lock-in” model of racism. Paper submitted to the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Conference, Windsor, ON, Canada. (peer-reviewed)

  5. Staurowsky, E. J. (2016, April 12). The Power Five and power politics: LEAD1 athletic directors taking their game to Capitol Hill. Paper submitted to the College Sport Research Institute Conference, Columbia, SC (peer-reviewed)

  6. Sabo, D., Staurowsky, E. J., & Veliz, P. (2016, November). Perceptions of gender bias among coaches of women’s collegiate sports. Paper submitted to the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Conference, Tampa Bay, FL. (peer- reviewed)

  7. Staurowsky, E. J. (accepted, 2016, November). Washington R-word survey redux: The journey from Annenberg to the Washington Post wasn’t as far as it appeared. Paper submitted to the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport Conference, Tampa Bay, FL (peer-reviewed) (accepted) (not delivered due to illness)

  8. Staurowsky, E. J. (2016, October 21). Title to be determined. Paper invited for the Changing Landscape Within and Future of Intercollegiate Athletics Conference, Marquette University Law School, Marquette, WI. (invited)

  9. Sabo, D., Veliz, P., & Staurowsky, E. J. (2016, April). Beyond Xs nd Os: The workplace experiences of coaches of college women’s teams. Paper submitted to the College Sport Research Institute Conference, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC. (peer- reviewed)

  10. Staurowsky, E. J. (2015, November). Situating 21st century visions of college sport within labor movements and labor markets. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the North
    American Society for the Sociology of Sport, Santa Fe, NM. (peer-reviewed)

  11. Staurowsky, E. J. (2015, November). U.S. college athletic departments: Separate and unequal. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, Santa Fe, NM. (peer-reviewed)

  12. Staurowsky, E. J. (2015, April). The politics of Title IX and college athlete employees. Paper presented at the College Sport Research Institute Conference, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC. (peer-reviewed)

  13. Zonder, E., Reimer, B., & Staurowsky, E. J. (2015, April). Title IX misperceptions: Part III – Division II. Paper presented at the College Sport Research Institute Conference, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC. (peer-reviewed)

  14. Staurowsky, E. J. (2015, February). Chasing the story: Inside a sport PR problem of the week. Paper submitted for presentation at the Commission for Sport Management Accreditation (COSMA) Conference, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA. (peer- reviewed)

  15. Staurowsky, E. J., & Southall, R. (2014, November). The NCAA, O’Bannon, and the evolving science of educational opportunity. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, Portland, OR. (peer-reviewed)

  16. Staurowsky, E. J. (2014, November). Women working in the college sport industry: A report of survey results. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, Portland, OR. (peer-reviewed)

  17. Zonder, E., Reimer, B., & Staurowsky, E. J. (2014, May 29). Title IX misperceptions: Not just a Division I problem. Paper presented at the annual conference of the North American Society for Sport Management, Pittsburgh, PA. (peer-reviewed)

  18. Wilson, M., Burke, K., & Staurowsky, E. J. (2014, April 25). 2013 NCAA Division I women’s basketball coaching contracts: A content analysis of incentive clauses. Paper presented at the annual conference for the College Sport Research Institute, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC. (peer-reviewed)

  19. Wilson, M., Burke, K., & Staurowsky, E. J. (2014, April 23). 2013 NCAA Division I athletic director contracts: A content analysis of incentive clauses. Paper presented at the annual conference for the College Sport Research Institute, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC. (peer-reviewed)

  20. Burchette, B., Brennan, T., O’Brien, D., Grant, A., & Staurowsky, E. J. (2014, April 24). Examining the role of gender, institutional affiliation, and program success as factors that influence donor motivation among former NCAA Division I athletes. Paper presented at the College Sport Research Institute Conference on College Sport, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC. (peer-reviewed)

  21. Southall, R., & Staurowsky, E. J. (2014, April 25). College sport reform or collegiate model rebranding? An analysis of CAP and other legislative proposals. Paper presented at the College Sport Research Institute Conference on College Sport, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC. (peer-reviewed)

  22. Staurowsky, E. J. (2014, March 8). College sport reform through the lens of “The desperate coach”. Paper accepted for presentation at the Diversity in Intercollegiate
    Athletics Summit in the Rockies, Colorado State University, CO. (peer-reviewed)

  23. Staurowsky, E. J. (2014, January 9). Exploring conflicts of interest within sport management and related fields. Paper accepted for the National Association of Kinesiology in Higher Education (NAKHE) Congress, San Diego, CA (peer-reviewed)

  24. Staurowsky, E. J. (2013, November 11). Examining the misappropriation of American Indian imagery in sport. Paper presented at Kramer Levin (an international law firm), New York, NY. (invited)

  25. Staurowsky, E J. (2013, November 7). How did a question regarding American Indian nicknames in sport get into the Annenberg National Election Survey of 2004? Paper presented at the annual conference for the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, Quebec City, Quebec, CANADA. (peer-reviewed)

  26. Staurowsky, E. J., & Proska, M. (2013, November 7). Armand Armstead v. USC: Exploring the college athlete health care system. Paper presented at the annual conference of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, Quebec City, Quebec, CANADA. (peer- reviewed)

  27. Staurowsky, E. J., Cunningham, G., & Rankin, S. (2013, June). The LGBT Issues in Sport: Theory to Practice Blog guide for instructors. Materials shared at The Teaching and Learning Fair at the annual conference for the North American Society for Sport Management, Austin, TX. [Note: this is reviewed but is not considered peer-reviewed.]

  28. Staurowsky, E. J. (2013, June). Sport management faculty and grant support research: An analysis of the state of the discipline. Paper presented at the annual conference for the North American Society for Sport Management, Austin, TX. (peer-reviewed)

  29. Staurowsky, E. J., & Smaldone, J. (2013, April). Somewhat present but not necessarily always accounted for: An analysis of attendance policies for athletes in the Big Ten and SEC. Paper presented at the annual conference for the College Sport Research Institute, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. (peer-reviewed)

  30. Staurowsky, E. J., with Murray, K., Puzio, M., & Quagliarello, J. (2013, April). Title IX blaming within the Colonial Athletic Conference: How conference affiliation and limited resources affect how program restructuring is represented. Paper presented at the annual conference for the College Sport Research Institute, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. (peer-reviewed)

  31. Staurowsky, E. J., & Weaver, K. (2013, March 22). The Drexel women’s college sport history digital project. Presented at the Women’s History in the Digital World Conference, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, PA. (peer-reviewed)

  32. Galles, K., & Staurowsky, E J. (2013, March). The games schools play to cheat: Is Title IX law keeping up with schools’ attempts to avoid it? Paper presented at the annual conference for the Sport and Recreation Law Association, Las Vegas, NV. (peer- reviewed)

  33. Southall, R., & Staurowsky, E. J. (2013, January). The NCAA’s hegemonic “Collegiate Model of Athletics”, and the creation of economic inequalities within college sport. Paper presented at the annual conference for the NCAA Scholarly Colloquium, Grapevine, TX. (peer-reviewed poster)

  34. Staurowsky, E. J. with Murray, K., Puzio, M., & Quagliarello, J. (2013, January). Exploring multiple inequalities in college sport: Revisiting so-called Title IX program cuts at James Madison University 5-years after. Paper presented at the annual conference for the NCAA Scholarly Colloquium, Grapevine, TX. (peer-reviewed)

  35. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, November). Title: It’s magic really: Title IX got rid of teams but the teams didn’t disappear. Paper presented at the annual conference for the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, New Orleans, LA. (peer-reviewed)

  36. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, May 9). Invest in Title IX - Invest in the future. Paper presented at the Title IX at 40 Conference, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. (invited)

  37. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, April). Detonating a bomb: The Ithaca College mascot controversy of 2010-2011. Paper presented at the annual conference for the College Sport Research Institute, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. (peer-reviewed)

  38. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, April). Title IX does not apply for pay for play. Paper presented at the annual conference for the College Sport Research Institute, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. (peer-reviewed)

  39. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, March). College sports in the age of the super conference: What will be left standing in the end? Paper presented at the Athletics and the Academy: Towards 20/20 Program, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA. (invited)

  40. Staurowsky, E. J. (2012, January). For those who promise much, much should be expected? Male athletes, Title IX, and the promise of a higher education. Paper presented at the annual conference for the NCAA Scholarly Colloquium, Indianapolis, IN. (peer-reviewed poster)

  41. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, November). Exploring Title IX implications of college play for pay. Paper presented at the annual conference for the North American Society for Sport Sociology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. (peer-reviewed)

  42. Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, October). Title IX in the age of the super conference. Paper presented at the annual conference for the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators, Pittsburgh, PA. (invited)

  43. Staurowsky, E. J., & Weight, E. (2011, May). Researching gender equity and Title IX: Implications for athletic administrators and coaches. Paper presented at the NCAA Gender Equity Forum, Bethesda, MD. (invited)

  44. Young, J., & Staurowsky, E. J. (2011, April). Crime and punishment in intercollegiate athletics. Paper presented at the annual conference for the College Sport Research Institute at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. (peer- reviewed)

  45. Staurowsky, E. J., & Woody, K. (2011, April). Media ethics and the coverage of Cam Newton. Paper presented at the annual conference for the College Sport Research Institute at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. (peer-reviewed)

  46. Dutton, C., Francis, D., &

Selected Works

Articles

Staurowsky, Ellen, At UMD: Another case of sex discrmination targeting a female coach or female coach sexual misconduct?. Sports Litigation Alert (Aug 2018):

Staurowsky, Ellen, SUNY Albany can’t shake Title IX allegations after cutting women’s sports. Sports Litigation Alert (Aug 2018):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Ex-Louisville basketball players sue NCAA over vacation of wins & records post-escort scandal. Journal of NCAA Compliance (Jul 2018):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) reporting: The case of Florida Atlantic University. Legal Issues in Collegiate Sports (Jul 2018):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Examining Ohio State’s investigation of sexual abuse clams against former team doctor. Sports Litigation Alert (Jul 2018):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Recent complaint accuses Oregon State athletics of falsifying EADA information: But did they?. Sports Litigation Alert (Jun 2018):

Staurowsky, Ellen, SMU coaches and sports medicine personnel accused by female rowers of gender discrimination and negligence. Sports Litigation Alert (Mar 2018):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Aspen Institute Sport & Society Program hosted rountable on the future of football. Sports Litigation Alert (Feb 2018):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Guilford College denies lack of Title iX compliance in athletic department. Sports Litigation Alert (Feb 2018):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Quaker coaches and athletes allege long-standing Title IX violantions and retaliation at Guilford College. Sports Litigation Alert (Nov 2017):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Anonymous OCR Title IX complaint alleges anti-male bias in Occidental athletics. Sports Litigation Alert (Oct 2017):

Staurowsky, Ellen, NCAA opposed college athletes’ motion for summary judgement in athlete compensation cap case & files its own motion for summary judgement. Sports Litigation Alert (Oct 2017):

Staurowsky, Ellen, College athletes seeking relief from NCAA’s cap on athlete compensation file for summary judgement. Sports Litigation Alert (Sep 2017):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Female athletes allege 45-year history of Title IX non-compliance at Lock Haven University. Sports Litigation Alert (Jul 2017):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Indiana University’s athletics policy disqualifying athletes with records of sexual violence. Sports Litigation Alert (Jul 2017):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Zonder, E., and Reimer, B., So what is Title IX? Assessing college athletes knowledge of the law.. Women in Sports and Physical Activity 25 (Apr 2017): 30-42.

Staurowsky, Ellen, Wrongful termination alleged in former women’s water polo coach’s lawsuit against Cal. Sports Litigation Alert (Mar 2017):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Michigan State officials accused of covering up sexual abuse of former female softball player by team physician. Sports Litigation Alert (Jan 2017):

Staurowsky, Ellen, An analysis of Univeristy of Kansas’s motion to dismiss the Daisy Tackett Title IX lawsuit. Sports Litigation Alert (Dec 2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Grant Neal v. Colorado State University-Pueblo et al: College athlete accused of sexual assault under Title IX takes on school and U.S. government. Sports Litigation Alert (Sep 2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Tackett v. University of Kansas: Holding schools accountable under Title IX and consumer protection. Sports Litigation Alert (Apr 2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, African-American male student seeks relief for racial and sex discrimination against the University of Notre Dame and former employee. Sports Litigation Alert (Nov 2015):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Baylor University, sexual violence, & Title IX: Part II. Sports Litigation Alert (Sep 2015):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Baylor University, sexual violence, & Title IX: Part I. Sports Litigation Alert (Sep 2015):

Books

Staurowsky, Ellen, Women and sport: Continuing a journey from liberation to celebration.. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, (2016):

Chapters

Staurowsky, Ellen, “Women at work: The impact of equity laws on women in the sport industry.” Handbook on the business of women’s sports, Ed. Lough, Nancy & Guerin, Andrea. London: Routledge, (Forthcoming)

Staurowsky, Ellen, Abney, Robertha, and Watanabe, Nicholas, “Intercollegiate Athletics.” Contemporary Sport Management, Ed. Pedersen, Paul & Thibault, Lucie. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, (2019):

Staurowsky, Ellen, “Recruiting and athletic scholarships.” Youth sports in America: The 50 most important issues in youth sport today, Ed. Arthur-Banning, Skye. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio, (2018):

Staurowsky, Ellen, “The politics of Title IX and college athlete employees.” Sport and the neoliberal university: Profit, politics, and pedagogy, Ed. King-White, Ryan. Rutgers: Rutgers University Press, (2018):

Staurowsky, Ellen, “National letter of intent: Is it the worst contract in sports?.” College athletes’ rights and well-being, Ed. Comeaux, Ed. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, (2017):

Staurowsky, Ellen, “Hazing.” Law for sport and recreation managers, Ed. Cotton, Doyce & Wolohan, John. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt, (2017):

Staurowsky, Ellen, “Hazing.” Law for sport and recreation managers, Ed. Cotton, Doyce & Wolohan, John. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt, (2017):

Staurowsky, Ellen, “Women’s sport in the 21st century: A baseline.” Women in sport: Continuing a journey from liberation to celebration, Ed. Ellen J. Staurowsky. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, (2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, “Women’s sport history: an overview..” Women in sport: Continuing a journey from liberation to celebration, Ed. Ellen J. Staurowsky. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, (2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, “Girls and women in sport: Benefits and risks..” Women in sport: Continuing a journey from liberation to celebration, Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, (2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, “Women, sport, and aging.” Women in sport: Continuing a journey from liberation to celebration, Ed. Ellen J. Staurowsky. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, (2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, and Smith, Maureen, “Women leaders in corporate sport.” Women in sport: Continuing a journey from liberation to celebration, Ed. Ellen J. Staurowsky. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, (2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, “Women’s sport leadership at the college and high school levels.” Women in sport: Continuing a journey from liberation to celebration, Ed. Ellen J. Staurowsky. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, (2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, “Women, sport, and sexual violence.” Women in sport: Continuing a journey from liberation to celebration, Ed. Ellen J. Staurowsky. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, (2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, “Title IX and beyond: The impact of the Civil Rights & Women’s Rights Movements on women’s sport.” Women in sport: Continuing a journey from liberation to celebration, Ed. Ellen J. Staurowsky. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, (2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, “Historical perspectives on college sport.” Intercollegiate Athletics Administration, Ed. Ellen J. Staurowsky. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, (2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, “Glimpsing the future of girls and women in sport.” Women in sport: Continuing a journey from liberation to celebration, Ed. Ellen J. Staurowsky. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, (2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, “College athletes’ rights.” Introduction to intercollegiate athletics, Ed. Comeaux, Ed. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, (2015):

Grants

Title IX education project (Drexel University/Steinbright Provost’s Office of Undergraduate Student Research Co-op.) $7,245 Apr 2018.

Examining NCAA rules and infractions decisions through the lens of the ‘lock-in’ model of racism (Texas A & M Laboratory for Diversity in Sport) $2,500 Sep 2016.

Monographs

Staurowsky, Ellen, DeSousa, Mary Jane, Miller, Katherine E., Sabo, Don, Shakib, Sohaila, Theberge, Nancy, Veliz, Phil, Weaver, Allison, and Williams, Nancy, Her Life Depends on It III: Sport and Physical Activity and the Health and Well-Being of American Girls and Women, Hempstead, NY: Women’s Sports Foundation, (May 2016):

Sabo, Don, Veliz, Phil, Staurowsky, Ellen, DeSouza, M., Shakib, S., Theberge, Nancy, and Williams, Nancy, Her Life Depends on It III: Sport, Physical Activity and the Health and Well-Being of American Girls and Women, Hempstead, NY: Women’s Sports Foundation, (Aug 2015):

Presented Research

Staurowsky, Ellen, Revisiting Millard Lampell’s view of college football as industry and college athlete labor efforts, North American Society for the Sociology of Sport: Vancouver, British Columbia,

Staurowsky, Ellen, Washington R-word survey redux: The journey from Annenberg to the Washington Post wasn’t as far as it appeared, North American Society for the Sociology of Sport: Tampa Bay, FL,

Staurowsky, Ellen, Assessing college athlete engagement with high impact practices (HIPs), Drexel University Assessment Conference: Philadelphia, PA, (Sep 2018):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Bopp, Trevor, and Jacobs, Britney, The consistently diverse stakeholders devotion to diversity and inclusion, North American Society for Sport Management: Halifax, Nova Scotia, (Jun 2018):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Ethical concerns in college sport research, College Sport Research Institute Conference: Columbia, SC, (Apr 2018):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Past is present: Women, sport, and legacy, Snell-Shillingford Coaching Symposium: Swarthmore, PA, (Jan 2018):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Has gender bias come of age in the college sport workplace?, North American Society for the Sociology of Sport: Windsor, ON, (Nov 2017):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Examining NCAA rules and infractions decisions through the lens of the, North American Society for Sport Sociology: Windsor, ON, (Nov 2017):

Knoppers, Annelies, Staurowsky, Ellen, and Reimer, Brenda, Rethinking the use of feminist theories in sport management research and teaching, North American Society for Sport Management: Denver, CO, (Jun 2017):

Bojdela, S, Staurowsky, Ellen, Rascher, Dan, and Schwarz, Andrew, College sport research and litigation, College Sport Research Institute Conference: Columbia, SC, (Apr 2017):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Women’s work in the 21st century collegiate ahtletic program: The more things change, the more things stay the same, Joan Hult Lecture Series: College Park, MD, (Mar 2017):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Women, the college sport workplace, and gender bias, Intersectionality and Women’s Sports Conference: Los Angeles, CA, (Mar 2017):

Staurowsky, Ellen, College athletes through the lens of labor, Eastern Sociological Society: Philadelphia, PA, (Feb 2017):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Women, sport, and the currents of time, Snell-Shillingford Coaching Symposium: Philadelphia, PA, (Jan 2017):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Perceptions of gender bias among coaches of women’s collegiate sports, North American Society for Sport Sociology: Tampa Bay, FL, (Nov 2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Perceptions of gender bias among coaches of women’s collegiate sports, North American Society for Sport Sociology: Tampa Bay, FL, (Nov 2016):

Hoffman, P, Hudson, Taylor, and Staurowsky, Ellen, Sport and society, Associated Press Sports Editors Northeast Regional Meeting: Poughkeepsie, NY, (Oct 2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Amateurism that never was: Examining opposition to paying college athletes, The Changing Landscape Within and Future of Intercollegiate Athletics Conference, Marquette University Law School: Marquette, WI, (Oct 2016):

Edelman, Mark, Fort, Rodney, Luck, Oliver, and Staurowsky, Ellen, Amateurism, economics, employment, and pay within college athletics, The Changing Landscape Within and Future of Intercollegiate Athletics Conference, Marquette University Law School: Marquette, WI, (Oct 2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, A Title IX conversation with college athletes, The Wisdom Wednesdays Lecture Series, Dickinson College: Dickinson, PA, (Sep 2016):

Fromson, Terry, Cramer, A. M., and Staurowsky, Ellen, Title IX compliance in athletic departments, Title IX Summit: Rowan University: Rowan, NJ, (Sep 2016):

Weight, Erianne, Southall, Richard, and Staurowsky, Ellen, Perspectives on advancing theory and practice in intercollegiate athletics, North American Society for Sport Management: Orlando, FL, (Jun 2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Ethical considerations in sport management research methodologies, North American Society for Sport Management: Orlando, FL, (Jun 2016):

King, C. Richard, Guilianno, Jennifer, Logan, G., Daniel, N., and Staurowsky, Ellen, The R-word’s use in sport, North American Society for the Study of Sport History: Atlanta, GA, (May 2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Title IX and athletic department obligations, Middle Athletic Conference Meeting: Ocean City, NJ, (May 2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Ttile IX and the current college sport landscape, Middle Atlantic Cnference (MAC) Inclusion Forum: Annville, PA, (May 2016):

Karcher, Richard, Maxcy, Joel, Nagle, Mark, Staurowsky, Ellen, and Southall, Richard, Big-time college athletes, labor, and the academy, College Sport Research Institute Conference: Columbia, SC, (Apr 2016):

Hawkins, Billy, Gerdy, John, Staurowsky, Ellen, Sack, Allen, and Brooks, Jamal, CSRI conference board of directors’ conversation: State of college sport, College Sport Research Institute Conference: Columbia, SC, (Apr 2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, The Power Five and power politics: LEAD1 athletic directors taking their game to Capitol Hill, College Sport Research Institute Conference: Columbia, SC, (Apr 2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Beyond X’s and O’s: The workplace expeirences of coaches of college women’s teams, College Sport Research Institute Conference: Columbia, SC, (Apr 2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Women’s college sport: Title IX compliance and male practice players, Northeast Atlantic Sport Psychology Conference Assoication for Applied Sport Psychology Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference: Philadelphia, PA, (Apr 2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Women, sport, & legacy, Snell-Shillingford Coaching Symposium: Bryn Mawr, PA, (Apr 2016):

Fromson, Terry, O’Brien, Tim, and Staurowsky, Ellen, Gender equity in sports: Analysis of Title IX and effective compliance strategies, Villanova University School of Law Gender Equity in Sports: Analysis of Title IX and Effective Compliance Strategies: Villanova, PA, (Jan 2016):

Staurowsky, Ellen, U.S. college athletic departments: Separate and unequal, North American Society for the Sociology of Sport: Santa Fe, NM, (Nov 2015):

Hermosillo, M. A., Collins, J., Durham, D., and Staurowsky, Ellen, Northwestern, Pacific Lutheran and changing issues facing private schools, 9th Annaul American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law Conference: Philadelphia, PA, (Nov 2015):

Staurowsky, Ellen, Situating 21st century visions of college sport within labor movements and labor markets, North American Society for the Sociology of Sport: Santa Fe, NM, (Nov 2015):

King, C. Richard, Fenelon, James, Guilliano, Jennifer, Lee, E. V., and Staurowsky, Ellen, Caucus sports studies II: Troubling a racial slur: Researching and resisting the use of R*skins in sport, American Studies Association: Toronto, Ontario, (Oct 2015):