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Peter J. Schroeder, EdD

Associate Professor of Sport Management

Contact

Phone: 209.946.2704
Email: pschroeder@pacific.edu

Office Hours

Monday
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Tueseday and Thursday
9:00am - 9:50am
and by appointment.

Education

EdD, University of Missouri, Columbia, 2003

MA, University of the Pacific, 1998

BS, Truman State University, 1996

Curriculum Vitae 

Pete Schroeder is an associate professor of sport management in the Eberhardt School of Business. He taught in the College of the Pacific for 11 years before moving with the Sport Management concentration to ESB in 2019.

Pete grew up in Iowa and graduated from Truman State University in Missouri. After earning a master’s degree at Pacific, he obtained his doctorate from the University of Missouri-Columbia. He has taught sport management at three institutions: Truman State University, University of California-Santa Barbara, and the University of the Pacific. He served as Pacific’s chair of the Health, Exercise, and Sport Sciences department for six years. He was appointed by the president as to chair of the Pacific Athletic Advisory Board for three years.

His research focuses on organizational culture in sport settings, academic integration of intercollegiate athletes, and migration of international athletes. His work has appeared in several journals and he contributed chapters to two-sport management textbooks. Pete has also chaired seven master’s theses and supervised numerous undergraduate research projects. He currently serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics.

Pete is married and has two kids. In his spare time, Pete can often be found traveling to youth and high school sporting events or supporting his wife’s softball team at Cosumnes River College. He also likes to play basketball, tennis, ski, and travel.

 

Truman State University
Introduction to Sport Management
Data Interpretation
Sociology of Sport

University of California-Santa Barbara
Sport Management
Sport Administration
Sport Sociology
Sport Psychology
Introduction to Exercise & Sport Science
Research Methods

University of the Pacific
Managing Sport Enterprises
Sport Marketing
Sport Event & Facility Management
Sport & Globalization (Study abroad course in London)
Sport in America
Introduction to Sport Management
Introduction to Research
Sport & Exercise Psychology

 

RESEARCH

  • Schroeder, P. (under review). Reviving an athletic department “left for dead”: A case study of cultural change at an NCAA Division I mid-major university. Submitted to Case Studies in Sport Management.
  • Schroeder, P.J. (2013). Culture Change in a Professional sports team: Shaping environmental contexts and regulating power. International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching, 8(2), 315-318.
  • Schroeder, P.J. (2010). A model for assessing organizational culture in intercollegiate athletics.” Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics, 3, 98-118.
  • Schroeder, P.J. (2010). Changing team culture: The perspectives of ten successful head coaches. Journal of Sport Behavior, 33, 63-88.
  • Hargis, J. & Schroeder, P. (2010) Student and faculty perspectives of a scalable, sustainable, higher education, learning-rich classroom. MountainRise: The International Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 6, 1-14.
  • Schroeder, P.J., & Scribner, J. P. (2006) To honor and glorify God': The role of religion in one intercollegiate athletic culture. Sport, Education and Society 11, 39-57.
  • Schroeder, P.J. (2000). An assessment of student involvement among selected NCAA Division III basketball players. Journal of College Student Development, 41, 616-626.
  • Benson, L., Lantz, C. & Schroeder, P. (2000). Student perceptions of effective professor instruction, Missouri Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 10, 60-67.
  • Riemer, B., Beal, B. & Schroeder, P.J. (2000). The influences of peer and university culture on female student-athletes’ perceptions of career termination, professionalization, and social isolation. Journal of Sport Behavior, 4, 364-378.
  • Lantz, C.D. & Schroeder, P.J. (1999). Endorsement of masculine and feminine gender roles: Differences between participation in and identification with the athletic role. Journal of Sport Behavior, 4, 545-557.

BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Schroeder, P. (2014). Handling crisis and conflict. In J. Borland (Ed.) Sport Leadership in the 21st Century. Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett.
  • Schroeder, P. & Janssen, C. (2013). Managing a global workforce in sport. In J. Lusted (Ed.) The Socio-Cultural Management of Sport. London: Routledge.

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

  • Holt, A., Gullikson, J., & Schroeder, P. (2019, April). Technology Boom (and Bust): Culture Change and the Policy Process in One Division I Athletic Department. Poster session presented at the College Sport Research Institute’s Scholarly Conference on College Sport, Columbia, SC.
  • Schroeder, P. (2017, April). Playing for “Team America”: the Expectations and Experiences of American Postgraduates Competing in for One British University. A paper presented at the College Sport Research Institute’s Scholarly Conference on College Sport, Columbia, SC.
  • Dalgety, M. & Schroeder, P. (2013, April). Student-athlete perceptions of a summer pre-enrollment experience at an NCAA Division I-AAA institution. Poster session presented at the College Sport Research Institute’s Scholarly Conference on College Sport, Chapel Hill, NC.
  • Jensen, C., & Schroeder, P. (2012, April). Staff perceptions of culture change in one NCAA Division I athletic department. (April 2012). Poster session presented at the College Sport Research Institute’s Scholarly Conference on College Sport, Chapel Hill, NC.
  • Schroeder, P. (2012, April). Barriers to culture change in one NCAA Division I athletic department. A paper presented at the College Sport Research Institute’s Scholarly Conference on College Sport, Chapel Hill, NC.
  • Schroeder, P.J. & Van Hollebeke, A. (2010, April). The effect of sport participation on the academic integration of international student-athletes. A paper presented at the College Sport Research Institute’s Scholarly Conference on College Sport, Chapel Hill, NC.
  • Schroeder, P.J. (2009, April). Changing team culture: The perspectives of ten successful head coaches. A paper presented at the College Sport Research Institute’s Scholarly Conference on College Sport, Chapel Hill, NC.