Dr. Woojun Lee

Dr. Woojun Lee

Assistant Professor/Chair
Sidhu School of Business

169 South Main Street 221 C
woojun.lee@wilkes.edu
(570) 408-4718

Dr. Woojun Lee is an Assistant Professor in Sports Management. He received both his M.S. and Ph.D. in Sport Management from Texas A&M University. Prior to joining Wilkes University, Dr. Lee started his career at William Woods University as an assistant professor and director of Sport management program. While at William Woods University, he taught the following courses: Introduction to Sport Management, Research Methods, Sport Psychology, Management of Athletics, Sport Law, and Sports Marketing.Dr. Lee’s research interest includes social justice issues in sport, diversity and inclusion in sport organizations, and sport consumer behavior. He has published 8 papers in journals and 2 book chapters and presented his work at several national conferences and has many research projects in process.

  • Lee, W. (Published). The Effects of Collegiate Student-Athletes Quality of Life on Perceived Academic Success. In Global Sport Business Journal.

  • Lee, W., & Cunningham, G. B. (Published). Group Diversity's Effects on Sport Teams and Organizations: A Meta-Analysis. European Sport Management Quarterly.

  • Lee, W., & Cunningham, G. B. (Accepted). Moving Toward Understanding Social Justice in Sport Organizations: A Study of Engagement in Social Justice Advocacy in Sport Organizations. Journal of Sport & Social Issues.

  • Lee, W. (Published). Trickling Down: How the upper echelon effect diversity within an organization. Sport Management International Journal, 14(1), 35-47.

  • Lee, W., & Cunningham, G. B. (2016). Gender, Sexism, Sexual Prejudice, and Identification with U.S. Football and Men's Figure Skating. Sex Roles: Journal of Research. Published.

  • Lee, W., & Cunningham, G. B. (2015). A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Signaling, Organizational Reputation, and Applicant Race on Attraction to Sport Organizations. International Journal of Sport Management. Published.

  • Lee, W. (2014). Free to be me: Psychological safety and the expression of sexual orientation and personal identity. In J. Hargreaves and E. Anderson (Eds. In Routledge handbook of sport gender and sexualities. London, United Kingdom: Routledge.

  • Lee, W., & Cunningham, G. B. (2014). Imagine That: Examining the Influence of SportRelated Imagined Contact on Intergroup Anxiety and Sexual Prejudice Across Culture. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 44(4), 1-10.

  • Lee, W., & Cunningham, G. B. (2013). The power of sport: Examining the influence of sport-related contact and familiarity on intergroup anxiety and racism. International Journal of Sport Management, 14(4), 1-14.

  • Lee, W. (2012). International Sport. In Sociology of Sport and Physical Activity. Center for Sport Management Research and Education.

  • Lee, W., & Cunningham, G. B. (2012). Examining the influence of sport-related contact on prejudice reduction. In Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport (Vol. 83).

  • Gardiner, R. (Student), Lee, W., North American Society for Sport Management, "Does the Social Media have an (negative) effect on student-athletes’ performance?," Halifax, Canada. (June 5, 2018).

  • Lee, W., North American Society for Sport Management, "Grit on Student-Athletes’ Psychological Factors and Perceived Academic Success," Halifax, Canada. (June 5, 2018).

  • Lee, W., Annual Global Sport Business Association Conference, "The Effects of College Athletics on Students’ Perceived Academic Success and Quality of Life," Cozumel, Mexico. (March 1, 2018).

  • Lee, W., North American Society for Sport Management, "Trickling Down: How the upper echelon affects diversity within organizations," Denver, CO, United States. (2017).

  • Lee, W., North American Society for Sport Management, "Moving Toward Social Justice in Sport: A Comprehensive Study of Social Justice Advocacy in Sport," Orlando, FL, United States. (2016).

  • Lee, W., North American Society for Sport Management, "Group DiversityÍs Effects on Sport Teams and Organizations: A MetaAnalysis," Ottawa, Canada. (2015).

  • Lee, W., CEHD, "A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Signaling, Organizational Reputation, and Applicant Race on Attraction to Sport Organizations," College Station, TX, United States. (September 2015).

  • Lee, W., Student Research Week, "Group DiversityÍs Effects on Sport Teams and Organizations: A MetaAnalysis," TX, United States. (March 2015).

  • Lee, W., North American Society for Sport Management, "A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Signaling, Organizational Reputation, and Applicant Race on Attraction to Sport Organizations," Pittsburgh, PA, United States. (May 2014).

  • Lee, W., annual conference for the Texas Graduate Sport Management Student Symposium, "A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Signaling, Organizational Reputation, and Perceptions of Diversity in Sport Organizations.," College Station, TX, United States. (2013).

  • Lee, W., Teaching locally, engaging globally: Increasing undergraduate's knowledge of the international dimension of childhood obesity, "Diversity and group processes in sports: The case of sexual orientation and gender identity diversity," Port of Spain. (2013).

  • Lee, W., North American Society for Sport Management, "Gender Beliefs and Sexual Prejudice Predict Identification with Different Sports," Austin, TX, United States. (2013).

  • Lee, W., Student Research Week, "Gender Beliefs and Sports Selection," Austin, TX, United States. (2013).

  • Lee, W., American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, "Examining the influence of sport-related contact on prejudice reduction," United States. (2012).

  • Lee, W., North American Society for Sport Management, "The Effects of Imagined Intergroup Contact on Reducing Sexual Prejudice among Students," Seattle, WA, United States. (2012).

  • Lee, W., Student Research Week, "Differences among Asians and White Americans in racial prejudice: A function of contact with out-group members," Texas A&M University, Austin, TX, United States. (2011).

  • Lee, W., Annual Conference for the Sport Marketing Association., "Racial Identity, Sport-Fit, and Sport Identification," United States. (2011).