Dr. Andy Rudd 

Associate Professor of  Sports Management

AndrewRudd@bac.edu

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  • B.S., Lewis-Clark State College
  • M.S., University of Idaho
  • Ph.D., University of Idaho
  • Quantitative Analysis I
  • Sport Marketing
  • Sport and Society
  • Senior Seminar: Business Ethics & Sport Management
  • Administration, Government and Policy
  • History, Culture, & Philosophy of Sport
Peer-reviewed Journals

  • Rudd, A. (in press). Do sport spectators have limits on their aggressive behavior? Journal of
    Contemporary Athletics, 10(3).
  • Rudd, A., & Gordon, B (2010). An exploratory investigation of sportsmanship attitudes
    among college student basketball fans. Journal of Sport Behavior, 33(4), 466-488.
  • Rudd, A., Mullane, S., & Stoll, S. K. (2010). Development of an
    instrument to measure the moral judgments of sport managers. Journal of Sport Management, 24, 59-83.
  • Rudd, A., & Johnson, B (2010). A call for more mixed methods in sport management
    research. Sport Management Review, 13, 14-24.
  • Rudd, A., & Mondello, M. (2008). Managers’ ability to identify ethical issues in the sport
    industry. International Journal of Sport Management, 9(4), 441-459.
  • Rudd, A, & Johnson, B. (2008). Lessons learned from the use of
    randomized and quasi-experimental field designs for the evaluation of educational programs. Studies in Educational Evaluation, 34(3), 180-188.
  • Rudd, A. (2008). A qualitative study on the moral reasoning of college
    athletes. Journal of Coaching Education, 1(1) 1-27.
  • Walker, M., Kent, A., & Rudd, A. (2007). Consumer reactions to strategic corporate
    philanthropy in the sport industry. Business Research Yearbook: Global Business Perspectives, 14(2), 926-932.
  • Rudd, A., & Mondello, M. J. (2006). How do college coaches define character? A qualitative
    study with Division IA head coaches. Journal of College & Character, 7(3), 1-10.
  • Rudd, A. (Early Winter, 2005). Which “character” should sport develop? The Physical
    Educator, 64(4), 205-211.
  • Rudd, A. & Stoll, S. K. (2004). Measuring students’ character in secondary education:
    The development of the Principled Thinking Inventory. The Journal of Research in Character Education, 2 (2), 151-164.
  • Rudd, A., Stoll, S. K. (2004). What type of character do athletes possess? An
    empirical examination of college athletes versus college non athletes with the RSBH Value Judgment Inventory. The Sport Journal, 7(2) http://www.thesportjournal.org/2004Journal/Vol7-No2/RuddStoll.asp.
  • McConney, A., Rudd, A., & Ayres, R. (2002). Getting to the bottom line: A method for
    synthesizing findings within mixed-method program evaluations. American Journal of Evaluation, 23 (2), 121-140.
  • Rudd, A., & Stoll, S.K. (1998). Understanding sportsmanship. Journal of Physical
    Education, Recreation & Dance, 69 (9), 38-42.
  • Rudd, A., & Stoll, S.K. (1998). Learning to practice sportsmanship. Strategies, 12 (1), 5-7.

Book Reviews

  • Rudd, A. (2005). [Review of the book Educational research: Quantitative, qualitative, and
    mixed approaches] Education Review. http://edrev.asu.edu.

Book Chapters

  • Rudd, A., & Johnson, R. B. (2013). A call for more mixed methods in sport management
    Research. In S. Söderman & H. Dolles (Eds.), Handbook of research on sport and
    business (pp.40-58). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
  • Evaluation and Research Consulting
  • (Spring 2008). Assisted in the development of the STAR sportsmanship program.
  • (Summer 2006). Assisted physical education faculty members with reliability and validity analysis of back survey and conducted statistical analysis of fitness data from K-5 children.
  • (April 2000-June 2000). Oregon Talk About Trees (forestry education program). Funded by Oregon Women in Timber. Critiqued instrumentation and suggested ways to improve reliability and validity. Also helped analyze and interpret data.