Robert Turick M.Ed.
Robert Turick, M.Ed. is a Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant in the Department of Tourism, Recreation and Sport Management. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Sport Management with a focus on racism in sport as well as the effectiveness of student-athlete support programming under the advisement of Dr. Trevor Bopp. Robert received his B.S. in Sport Administration from Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) where he worked for 3.5 years for their football program as the head equipment manager overseeing the day-to-day tasks of game day and practice operations. Additionally, he served as a tutor to members of the football team. After his time at IUP, he enrolled at Bowling Green State University (BGSU) where he received his M.Ed. in Sport Administration while serving as a Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant in School of Human Movement, Sport and Leisure Studies under the advisement of Dr. Amanda Paule-Koba. While at BGSU he taught physical activities courses (basketball and volleyball), assisted in sport management courses (event management and gender in sport), and conducted research with faculty in the sport management and kinesiology disciplines.