McCullough Joins MSAL Program

Written by Laura Paskin
March 24, 2014

Brian P. McCullough joins the faculty in the Master of Sport Administration and Leadership program as an assistant professor, effective September 1, 2014. McCullough received his doctorate from Texas A&M University. His research and scholarship focus on the environmental management of sport organizations, the managerial decision-making to implement environmentally sustainable efforts, and sport spectator environmental behaviors.

McCullough has written two chapters in Sport Management and the Natural Environment: Theory and Practice, due out later this year. Other publications include “A Conceptual Model to Understand the Impetus to Engage in and the Expected Organizational Outcomes of Green Initiatives,” with George Cunningham, in Quest (2010); “Understanding Sport Spectators Recycling Behaviors Using the Theory of Planned Behavior” in the International Journal of Sport Management and Marketing (in press); and “Intercollegiate Sport and the Environment: Examining Fan Engagement Based on Athletics Department Sustainability Efforts,” with Jonathan Casper and Michael Pfahl, in the Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics (in press).

The Master of Sport Administration and Leadership is one of six master’s degrees offered by the College of Arts and Sciences, the largest college in Seattle University.