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Dr. Robert C. Schneider


Office: B349 Tuttle Northschneider
Phone: (585) 395-2587

EdD: Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
MAT: The University of West Alabama 
BS: The Ohio State University

Area(s) of specialty:
Sport management/athletic administration, ethics of sport management, and coaching

Research interest(s):
Moral governance of sport; leadership of sport organizations; sport management curriculum; necessary competencies of successful physical education teachers/coaches; and the examination of the propagandistic tendencies of Leni Riefenstahl's 1936 Berlin Olympics documentary video Olympia. 


Schneider, R.C. (2009). Ethics of Sport & Athletics: Theory, Issues, & Practice. Baltimore: 
Lippincott, Williams, and Wilkins. (392 pages)

Schneider, R.C. (2008). Basketball for All Levels. Boston: American Press. (183 pages)


Schneider, R.C. (2008). The virtuous sport manager. Proceedings of: The Forensic Sciences and 
Sport Conference. Ankara, Turkey.

            Journal Articles

Schneider, R.C. (2010). Governing sport morally through policy grounded in utilitarianism. 
Ghana Physical Education and Sport Journal1(1), 59-69.

Stier, W.F., Schneider, R.C., Henry, T.J. & Wilding, G.E. (2010). Equity and discrimination in 
NCAA athletic departments: perceptions of senior woman administrators. Ghana Physical Education and Sport Journal1(1), 46-58.

Stier, W.F., Schneider, R.C., Henry, T.J. & Wilding, G.E. (2010). Perceptions of senior woman 
administrators (SWAs), within NCAA institutions, relative to sexual harassment within their own institutions—Part A. The Applied Research in Coaching and Athletics Annual (ARCAA), 25(1), 175-212.

Schneider, R.C. (2010).Developing the moral integrity of college sport through commercialism. 
Physical Culture and Sport. Studies and ResearchXLIX, 30-38. doi: 10.2478/v10141-010-0011-3. Retrieved from

Schneider, R.C., Konukman, F., & Stier, W.F. (2010). Survival strategies for physical educators 
during recessionary times. The Physical Educator, 67(4),170-177.

Schneider, R.C. (2010). Developing moral sport policies through act-utilitarianism based on 
Bentham’s hedonic calculus. Sport Management International Journal6(2), 95-106. 
Retrieved from

Stier, W.F., Schneider, R.C., Kampf, S., & Gaskins, B.P. (2010). Job satisfaction for campus 
recreation professionals within NIRSA institutions. Recreational Sports Journal34, 78-94.

Schneider, R.C. & Williams, C. (2010). Success rates of underhand and overhand free-throws as
novel skills. Journal of Physical Education and Sport, 27(2), 13-20.

Schneider, R.C., Stier, W.F., Henry, T.J. & Wilding, G.E. (2010). Title IX compliance in NCAA 
athletic departments: perceptions of senior woman             administrators. Journal of Human Kinetics23, 91-98. Retrieved from:

Schneider, R.C., Stier, W.F., Henry, T.J. & Wilding, G.E. (2010). Senior women administrator’s 
perceptions of factors leading to discrimination of women in intercollegiate athletic departmentsJournal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics3(3), 16-34. Retrieved from:

Schneider, R.C. & Marriott, S. (2010, February). Tips for applying the sport education model to 
basketball. Teaching Tips Section. Journal of Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance81(2), 15-17.

Schneider, R.C., Henry, T.J., & Stier, W.F. (2009).  Knowledge Areas Necessary for Successful 
NCAA Division III Certified Athletic Trainers: NCAA Division III Certified Athletic Trainers’ Perceptions. Journal of Human Kinetics21, 97-103. Retrieved from:

Stier, W.F., Henry, T., & Schneider, R.C. (2009). Importance of selected educational 
            factors for Division III certified athletic trainers—A national study. Applied             Research in Coaching and Athletics Annual, 24(1), 25-50.

Stier, W.F., & Schneider, R.C. (2009). Sport management taught on-line: A discussion. Sport 
Management International Journal5(1), 55-68. Retrieved from

Henry, T.J., Schneider, R.C., & Stier. W.F. (2009). Desirable qualities, attributes, and 
characteristics of successful athletic trainers – A national study. The Sport Journal, 12(2). Retrieved from

Schneider, R.C. & Stier, W.F. (2009). The practice and teaching of critical thinking in sport 
management. The Sport Management and Related Topics Journal (SMART Journal), 5(1), 96-109. Retrieved from

Schneider, R.C., Stier, W.F., Kampf, S., Haines, S.G., & Gaskins, B. (2008). Factors affecting 
risk management of indoor campus recreation facilities. Recreational Sports Journal, 32(2), 114-133.

Schneider, R.C., & Stier, W.F. (2008). Essential work ethic characteristics and important skills 
of players to winning men’s Division III basketball games. ICHPERD-SD Journal of Research,3(2), 112-116.

Schneider, R.C., & Stier, W.F.  (2008). Attributes and Competencies Sought in Physical 
Education Teachers/Coaches—A National Survey of Secondary School Principals. Applied Research in Coaching and Athletics23(1), 194-212.

Stier, W.F. & Schneider, R.C. (2008). Effectiveness of Basketball Coaching Methods and Player 
Qualities—A National Survey of Coaches. Applied Research in Coaching and Athletics23(1), 43-67.

Schneider, R.C. Henry, T.J. & Stier, W.F. (2008). Accomplishments and experiences necessary 
for NCAA Division III athletic trainer success. ICHPERD-SD Journal of Research3(2), 19-23.

Schneider, R.C. & Stier, W.F. (2008). Important characteristics of successful NCAA Division III 
basketball players and programs as perceived by their coaches. Journal for the Study of Sports & Athletes in Education, 2(1), 93-106.

Schneider, R.C. & Aiken, F.A. (2008). Effects of selected personal, environmental, and activity 
characteristics on exercise adherence.  ICHPERD-SD Journal of Research, 3(1), 51-56.

Stier, W.F., Schneider, R.C., Kampf, S., Haines, S., & Gaskins (2008). Selected risk 
management policies, practices, and procedures for intramural activities at NIRSA institutions.Recreational Sports Journal, 32(1), 28-44.

Schneider, R.C., Stier, W.F., Kampf, S., Gaskins, B. & Haines, S.G. (2008). Club sport legal 
liability practices at NIRSA institutions. Recreational Sports Journal, 32(1), 62-76.

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2010 – Recipient of the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Scholarship/Creative Activity(EISCA). The EISCA is the most prestigious scholarship award granted from the State University of New York higher education system.

Bob came to Brockport in 1996. A prolific scholar, Bob has amassed over 60 peer-reviewed presentations in various high caliber academic journals and has conducted over 85 academic presentations in numerous countries throughout the world. An avid sports fan and former college basketball coach, Bob enjoys attending championship events such as the men's Final Four basketball tournament, major university post season football bowl games, Major League Baseball's World Series, and the Olympic Games.

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