Dr. Lindsay Hammond

Assistant Professor


Department of Exercise Sciences and Sport Studies

Curriculum Vitae

Biography

Dr. Lindsay Hammond was born and raised in Canada before moving to the United States to pursue opportunities with the United States Olympic Committee.  During her time working within the Olympic Movement, she gained expertise in the areas of event management, athlete development and international relations.  Dr. Hammond strives to help students at Cal U reach their full potential, the same way she did while working with elite athletes.  Dr. Hammond recently innitated a virtual sport management mentorship program designed to connect students to industry professionals in an effort to cultivate networking opportunities and develop interpersonal skills. 

Publications

  • Taliaferro, A. R., & Hammond, L., (2016). "I don't have time": barriers and facilitators to physical activity for adults with intellectual disabilities. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 33(2).

  • Taliaferro, A. R., Hammond, L., & Wyant, K. (2015). Preservice physical educators’ self-efficacy beliefs toward inclusion: The impact of coursework and practicum. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 32(1).

Presentations

  • Sattler, L., Miller, L., Hammond, L. (October 2018). Women in sales: A study of mentorship and career progression across professional sport.  Oral presentation at the Sport Marketing Association Conference, Frisco, TX.

  • Hammond, L.  (July 2018).  Re-establishing identity through sport: The influences of participation in an elite Paralympic military sport program on active duty service members with acquired disabilities.  Virtual presentation at the International Sport & Society Conference, Miami, FL.

  • Miller, L., Sattler, L., & Hammond, L.  (November 2017).  The career progression and sorting of      managers across sport sales departments. Oral presentation at the Sport Marketing Association Conference, Boston, MA.

  • Miller, L. & Hammond, L.  (November 2016).  The perceived opportunities and barriers of women working in professional sport ticket sales.  Oral presentation at the Sport Marketing Association Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

  • Taliaferro, A. & Hammond, L.  (October 2014).  Promoting physical activity for adults with intellectual disabilities: A SWOT analysis. Poster presentation at the North American Federation for Adapted Physical Activity Symposium, Ann Arbor, MI.

  • Taliaferro, A. & Hammond, L.  (July 2014).  Benefits, barriers, and burnout- Investigating community based physical activity participation of adults with Intellectual Disabilities.  Poster presentation at the 2014 NCPEID Conference, Tysons Corner, VA.

  • Hammond, L., & Taliaferro, A. (April 2014).  Physical Activity for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities in West Virginia.  Poster presentation at the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Conference, St. Louis, MO. 

  • Taliaferro, A., Hammond, L., & Bowen, K. (April 2013).  Pre-service Physical Educators’ Self-efficacy Beliefs Toward Inclusion:  Exploring the Impact of Coursework and Practicum.  Poster presentation at the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Conference, Charlotte, NC.  

  • Taliaferro, A., Bowen, K., & Brooke, L. (October 2012).  Exploring Pre-service Physical Educators’ Self-efficacy Beliefs Toward Inclusion.  Poster presentation at the North American Federation of Adapted Physical Activity, Birmingham, AL.

  • Dieffenbach, K., & Brooke, L.  (June 2012), Becoming a True Sport Coach – Renewing the True Spirit of Athletic Competition.  Oral presentation at the National Coaching Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

  • Taliaferro, A., Brooke, L., & Wiegand, R.  (January 2012), Who’s Prepared to Include?  Oral presentation at the National Association of Kinesiology and Physical Education in Higher Education, San Diego, CA.

  • Bachelor of  Sport Management: Brock University
  • M.S. Sport Management: Eastern Kentucky University
  • Ph.D. Kinesiology: West Virginia University

Email: hammond@calu.edu

Phone: 724-938-5348

Office: Hamer Hall Room 239