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Nadeau, John

Associate Professor and Program Director, Bachelor of Sport Management

Sport Management
CBA 317
740-593-2122
nadeauj@ohio.edu
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Education

PhD (Marketing), Eric Sprott School of Business, Carleton University, Canada, 2007

Master of Management Studies (Marketing), Carleton University, Canada, 1998

Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing), Carleton University, Canada, 1995

Awards

2014 - Outstanding Article of the Year (2013), Journal of Marketing Education (co-author)

2013 - Best Paper, Tourism and Sport Management Division,Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference, June 8-11, Calgary, Alberta (co-author)

2011-12 - Research Achievement Award ($5000), Nipissing University

2010 - Honourable Mention, Tourism and Sport Management Division,Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference, May 22-25, Regina, Saskatchewan (co-author)

2009 - Best Paper, 3rd International Conference on Destination Branding and Marketing, December 2-4, Macau, China (lead author)

2009 - Best Paper, Tourism and Sport Management Division,Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference, June 6-9, Niagara Falls, Ontario (co-author)

2008 - Best Paper, Marketing Division,Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference, May 25-27, Halifax, Nova Scotia (lead author)

2006 - Honourable Mention, International Business Division, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference, June 3-6, Banff, Alberta (lead author)

2006 - Excellent Presentation, Sprott Doctoral Symposium, April 6-7, Ottawa, Ontario

2003-07 - Sprott Graduate Award in Business ($5000/year), Carleton University

1999 - Best Paper, Marketing Division, Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Conference, June 12-15, Saint John, New Brunswick (lead author) 

External Research Funding

Year Amount Topic Source
2011 $7,900 Use of sport and recreation by municipalities to integrate newcomers and their families(primary investigator) North Bay Newcomer Network
2008 $117,778 The Interaction of Country Images with the Images of Mega-Events and Their Sponsors (primary investigator) Standard Research Grant, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada

Biography

John Nadeau is a newly appointed Associate Professor and Director of the Bachelor of Sport Management (BSM) Program in the Department of Sports Administration, College of Business at Ohio University. Originally from Canada, he holds a PhD in marketing from the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. He has teaching experience with some Canadian universities and remains an adjunct faculty member with the University of Ottawa to support sport management students conducting graduate research in sport marketing.

His research interests include sport tourism, consumer behavior, and sponsorship. Dr. Nadeau is an accomplished scholar with 36 papers published in refereed journals, 59 presentations at conferences, and another 14 educational or non-refereed contributions. His work is generally rooted in consumer behavior by exploring the influence of images on consumer decision making and has examined related questions in the applied marketing areas of sport and tourism.

Dr. Nadeau has received significant research funding from the prestigious Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.  In addition, his work has received several national and international awards and appears in A and A+ ranked journals according to the ABDC Journal Quality List 2013 (e.g. Journal of Sport Management, International Marketing Review, Journal of Strategic Marketing, Marketing Intelligence & Planning, and Annals of Tourism Research).  

Prior to coming to OHIO, Dr. Nadeau was the Director of the School of Business at Nipissing University and served as President of the national Administrative Sciences Association of Canada. Previous to his academic career, he gained professional experience in the high technology, media and forestry industries which informs both his teaching and his research. In particular, it is his experience at the Toronto Star which is most relevant to the important intersection of media and sport.