About SEG

The Sport Ecology Group is a community of academics seeking to share our research with a broader audience than traditional academic journals will allow. We are guided by a simple vision: 


imagine if all people understood and supported the environment with the same interest and passion they showed their favorite sports teams.

Our Mission

To produce high-quality research in sport ecology, catalyze industry-academy knowledge exchange, raise public awareness of sport ecology-related topics, and create opportunities for students to learn and grow as professionals.


Meet The Team

SEG Member

Associate Professor at University of Tennessee at Knoxville


SEG Member

Associate Professor at North Carolina State University


SEG Member

MBA Candidate at University of Amsterdam; Former Lecturer at University of Minnesota


SEG Member

Assistant Professor at Florida Southern College


SEG Member

PhD Student at University of Tennessee at Knoxville


SEG Founder & Co-Director

Assistant Professor at SUNY Cortland



SEG Co-Director

Associate Professor at Texas A&M University


SEG Member

Assistant Professor at Georgia State University


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We're growing!

The Sport Ecology Group is interested in growing our membership. Are you an academic working at the sport/environment nexus? Join us! 

  • Cost: There are no membership fees

  • Expectations of members: A commitment to participation in semi-annual meetings and regular engagement with SEG initiatives and writing research summaries.

  • Eligibility: Any academic who conducts research on topics that could be considered to fall under the umbrella of sport ecology, which is the study of the bi-directional relationship between sport and the natural environment.

Our Advisory Board

The Sport Ecology Group is proud to have a team of exceptional industry leaders supporting our work and helping us to stay on top of the most pressing sport ecology issues and challenges facing the sport sector. Our advisors represent different corners of the world and different perspectives. 

NOTE: Advisory Board members are not involved in the decision-making processes of the SEG, and are therefore not responsible for the actions of the SEG. Similarly, as independent contributors, the SEG is not responsible for the actions of Advisory Board members.

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