Dr. Bob Frederick Sport Leadership Lecture Series
Dr. Bob Frederick: Invest, Inspire, Impact

Dr. Bob Frederick: Invest, Inspire, Impact

October 14, 2018

Heather Van Mullem, Ph.D.

Chair/Professor (Lewis-Clark State College)

Heather Van Mullem is a professor in the Kinesiology program and chair of the Division of Movement and Sport Sciences at Lewis-Clark State College. Heather received her Ph.D. from the University of Kansas in Sport Studies with an emphasis in Sport Psychology and Sport Sociology. An award-winning professor, she has held a variety of leadership roles in national organizations including President of Northwest District SHAPE America, President of Idaho Shape, and President of Western Society for Kinesiology and Wellness. 

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Learn about the legacy of Dr. Bob Frederick from one of the many individuals he mentored (Originally recorded in 2018)

Creating an Athletic Performance System:  Managing Trends and Strategies  in Strength and Conditioning

Creating an Athletic Performance System: Managing Trends and Strategies in Strength and Conditioning

September 23, 2018

Cisco Reyes, Ph.D.

Associate Professor (Linfield College)

Cisco is an active member within the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), where he is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and serves as the NSCA Oregon State/Provincial Director. Cisco is also a certified Level 1 Sports Performance Coach through USA Weightlifting (USAW) and is Functional Movement Screen certified through The Functional Movement Systems (FMS).

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Learn the nuances of creating a athleteic performance system  (Originally recorded in 2015)

Building a Successful Program

Building a Successful Program

September 23, 2018

Bobbi Hazeltine

Head Women's Basketball Coach (Walla Walla Community College)

Bobbi Hazeltine enters her 21st year as Head Coach of the WWCC Warrior Women.  Coach Hazeltine was inducted into the Idaho Athletic Hall of Fame in 2008.  She was honored because of her coaching success in the state of Idaho.  She served as the Head Volleyball and Girls’Basketball Coach at Troy High School for 13 years, winning 246 volleyball matches and 253 basketball games.  She also won nine state championships in the two sports. 

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Insight into building an athletic program at any level (Originally recorded in 2014)

Athletic Administration: What Do You Want to Do?  How Are You Going to Get There?

Athletic Administration: What Do You Want to Do? How Are You Going to Get There?

September 23, 2018

Gary Picone

Retired- Athletic Director (Lewis-Clark State College)

In 2011, he was named the NAIA West Region’s Under Armour Athletic Director of the Year by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics. He also received Athletic Director of the Year honors from the NAIA in 2010.

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Strategies for advancing your career in collegiate sport  (Originally recorded in 2013)

Wilderness Ethic & the Mountain Bike Challenge

Wilderness Ethic & the Mountain Bike Challenge

September 22, 2018

Brian Sather, Ph.D.

Professor (Eastern Oregon University)

Brian Sather is professor of Physical Activity & Health at Eastern Oregon University. He specializes in sport and recreation management as well as sport history and philosophy.  Over the last decade he has specialized in recreation access in Northeast Oregon as part of the LaGrandeRide.com trail features project. He is well-practiced in several modes of backcountry travel in both winter and summer.

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A look at the national conversation regarding the use of public lands  (Originally recorded in 2016)

The Importance of Professional Engagement

The Importance of Professional Engagement

September 22, 2018

Jessica Shawley 

Physical Education and Health Teacher (Mosocw Middle School - Moscow, ID)

Jessica is a SHAPE America National Middle School Teacher of the Year and National Board Certified (NBCT) physical education teacher. She has an M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Idaho and her undergraduate degree in Health & Fitness was earned while playing collegiate softball at Whitworth University.

Jessica is also a nationally recognized educational speaker and professional development trainer in her field. She is well known for her high-energy workshops that are jam-packed with resources to support and inspire professionals.

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In this podcast Jessica discusses strategies for continuing to learn and grow as a professional.  (Originally recorded in 2014)

Developing the Proper Culture Within the Team

Developing the Proper Culture Within the Team

September 20, 2018

Don Showalter

Coach Director (USA Basketball)

Ten-time USA Basketball gold medalist head coach Don Showalter owns a perfect 62-0 record at the helm of USA Basketball U16 and U17 teams.  A high school coach for 42 years, Showalter compiled a 601-346 overall record (.635 winning percentage), including 16 district titles and six state tournament appearances. Showalter has been recognized by numerous organizations for his dedication to the game. In 2004 he earned the NABC Advocacy Award. In 2009 Showalter was honored by the National High School Athletic Coaches Association as its National, Regional and State Coach of the Year.

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In this podcast Coach Showalter discusses his experience in developing culture within the team at any level of sport. (Originally recorded in 2017)

Building a Business in Sport: Maximizing your Experience

Building a Business in Sport: Maximizing your Experience

September 10, 2018

Chris Rubio

President/Owner (Rubio Long Snapping)

Chris Rubio of Lewiston, ID is the President of Rubio Long Snapping. Rubio Long Snapping is, by far, the biggest and best resource for Long Snappers in the country. Offering the best instruction and most exposure in the world. In just 13 years, Chris Rubio has become the #1 Long Snapping instructor in the world, has been featured in The Washington PostThe New York Times, along with countless others is now the go-to man when a college coach needs a Long Snapper.

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An inspiring podcast on building a business in sport (Originally recorded in 2016)

The Power of Stress to Bend Your Ethics: A Discussion About Being Ethical in a Stressful Environment

The Power of Stress to Bend Your Ethics: A Discussion About Being Ethical in a Stressful Environment

September 9, 2018

Sharon Stoll, Ph.D.

Director/Professor, Center for ETHICS* (University of Idaho)

Dr. Sharon Stoll is considered one of the leading authorities in competitive moral education intervention techniques for college-aged students in America. Author of eight books, Dr. Stoll is an active lecturer and consultant on various character issues, including moral education, moral reasoning, and moral development.  She is or has been a consultant for the United States Navy, United States Air Force, the Idaho Bar Association, the American Bar Association, plus various sports organizations, including the President's Commission of the NCAA, the National Youth Sport Coaches' Association, the National Federation of High School Activities Association, and many more independent and private organizations. In 2007, she was named as a member of the 100 Most Influential Sport Educators in America with such individuals as Andre Agassi, William Bowen, Bob Costas, Tiger Woods, Pat Summitt, and Mike Krzyzewski.

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In this podcast Sr. Stoll discusses the challenges we face in making ethical decisions (Originally recorded in 2013).

Triumph From Tragedy: The Will to Survive

Triumph From Tragedy: The Will to Survive

September 7, 2018

Ali McWeeny

Track and Field Throws Coach (Central Washington University)

Ali was a competitive powerlifter, amateur strongman, and collegiate track & field thrower at CWU from 2006-2009 until she was in an accident that resulted in an above knee amputation on her left leg and reconstructive surgery on her right leg. Within 4 months after her accident, she returned to competitive powerlifting, college to pursue her degree, and began her coaching career in track & field.

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In this podcast, Ali shares an inspiring story on how a boating accident changed her outlook on life. (Originally recorded in 2017)