Associate Professor

Biography

Dr. Glaucio Scremin is an Associate Professor of Sport Management. His teaching interests include sport marketing, sport governance and ethics, sociology of sport, and global sport issues. Dr. Scremin earned a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences from Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania, a Master of Science in Sports Studies and a Doctor of Education in Sports Management, both from the United States Sports Academy.

Dr. Scremin has over 10 years of experience as a sport management educator, personal trainer, strength and conditioning coach, and sport management consultant. He worked in the fitness industry as a personal trainer and strength and conditioning coach, where he helped clients and athletes achieve their health and fitness goals.  He currently consults in the areas of strategic planning, sport marketing, and research with national and international sport organizations. 

Dr. Scremin pursues active line of research in sport management. His research interests are in the areas of sport consumer behavior with an emphasis on sport fan identity and international sport events such as the soccer World Cup and the Olympics.

Education / Degrees

  • B.S., Health Sciences, Lock Haven University, 2000
  • M.S., Sport Studies, United States Sports Academy, 2005
  • Ed.D., Sports Management, United States Sports Academy, 2008
  • Courses Taught
  • Course Sections and Syllabi

    Fall 2017 Sections

    • SPMG-3660 (Mgnt Ethics/Governce in Sport) Section: E01
    • SPMG-3670 (Practicum) Section: 01
    • SPMG-4665 (Sport Marketing and Promotion) Section: 02

    Summer 2017 Sections

    • SPMG-3661 (Sociology of Sport) Section: E01
    • SPMG-4685 (International Sport) Section: E01
    • SPMG-4685 (Human Resource Mgt in Sport) Section: E02

    Spring 2017 Sections

    • SPMG-3662 (Mngmnt & Ldrshp in Sports Orgs) Section: E01
    • SPMG-3670 (Practicum) Section: 01
    • SPMG-4665 (Sport Marketing and Promotion) Section: 02
    • SPMG-4685 (Entrepreneurship in Sport) Section: E03

    Fall 2016 Sections

    • SPMG-3660 (Mgnt Ethics/Governce in Sport) Section: E01
    • SPMG-3670 (Practicum) Section: 01
    • SPMG-4668 (Human Resource Mgmnt in Sport) Section: 01
    • SPMG-4685 (Fitness Management) Section: 02

    Summer 2016 Sections

    • SPMG-3661 (Sociology of Sport) Section: E01
    • SPMG-4685 (International Sport) Section: E01

    Spring 2016 Sections

    • SPMG-3662 (Mngmnt & Ldrshp in Sports Orgs) Section: E01
    • SPMG-3670 (Practicum) Section: 01
    • SPMG-4685 (Entreprenurship in Sport) Section: E03
    • SPMG-4686 (Internship) Section: 02

    Fall 2015 Sections

    Summer 2015 Sections

    • SPMG-4665 (Sport Marketing and Promotion) Section: E01
    • SPMG-4685 (International Sport) Section: E01

    Spring 2015 Sections

    • SPMG-3661 (Sociology of Sport) Section: 01D
    • SPMG-3662 (Mngmnt & Ldrshp in Sports Orgs) Section: E01
    • SPMG-3670 (Practicum) Section: 01

    Fall 2014 Sections

    • SPMG-3670 (Practicum) Section: 01
    • SPMG-4584 (Pre-Intern Sem in Sport Mgmt) Section: 01
    • SPMG-4685 (Fitness Management) Section: 01D
  • Publication List

    Scremin, G., & Su, L. (Under Review). Using Motives For Sport Consumption, Team Identity and Loyalty to Profile and Segment Major Indoor Soccer League Fans. Managing and Marketing Soccer Special Issue of the Journal of Shanghai University of Sport.

    Suh, Y., Chung, T., Scremin, G., & Martin, T. (Under Review). An Examination of the Moderating Effects of Team Identification on Attitude and Buying Intention of Jersey Sponsorship.

    Scremin, G., & Liu, S. (In Press). Using Team Loyalty and Team Identity to Explain the Motives of Indoor Soccer Consumption. In J. Zhang & B. Pitts (Eds.), The Management and Marketing of the Global Game. Burlington, MA: Taylor & Francis.

    Scremin, G. (2014). Changing landscapes in sport: dynamics, hybridities and resistance. European Journal for Sport and Society, 11 (4).