Robert Turick, M.Ed.

Graduate Assistant, Ph.D. Student

M.Ed., in Human Movement Sport and Leisure Studies, Sport Administration, Bowling Green State University (2014)
B.S. in Physical Education and Sport, Sport Administration, Indiana University of Pennsylvania (2012)

Office: FLG 206E
Address: P.O. Box 118208, Gainesville, FL 32611-8208
Contact: (352) 294-1676
Email: turick44@ufl.edu

Biography:

Robert Turick, M.Ed., is a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Department of Tourism, Recreation and Sport Management. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Health and Human Performance with a concentration in Sport Management. He is a recent graduate of Bowling Green State University (BGSU) where he graduated with his M.Ed. in Sport Administration while serving as a research assistant in both the sport management and kinesiology departments. Additionally, during his time at BGSU, Robert served as a teaching assistant in sport management undergraduate courses and as the primary instructor in physical education activity courses.  Prior to attending BGSU, Robert received his Bachelor’s in Sport Administration from the Department of Kinesiology, Health, and Sport Science at Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2012.

Robert has been published in an international peer-reviewed journal. Additionally, he has presented research at various domestic conferences. While attending the University of Florida, Robert will pursue his Ph.D. under the advisement of Dr. Trevor Bopp.

Research Interests:

  • Intercollegiate Athletics (e.g., recruiting, coaching ethics)
  • Social Issues (e.g., racism, discrimination)
  • Organizational Behavior

Courses:

  • SPM 2000: Introduction to Sport Management
  • SPM 3012: Sport and Society