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Physical Education School and Public Health

Dr. Rory A. Weishaar, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor

Purser Hall 130
509-963-2265
 

EDUCATION:
Ed.D in Educational Leadership and Counseling, University of Montana, 2005
K-12 Principal’s Endorsements (Montana and Washington), 2001
M.A in Secondary English, University of Montana, 1989
B.A. in Secondary English, University of Montana, 1983
Montana Writing Project, 1988

SECONDARY LEADERSHIP AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
Secondary School Principal (8 years)
Junior High School Principal (4 years)
Athletic Director (8 years)
Secondary English Teacher (16 years)

COACHING EXPERIENCE:
Football (16 years)
Volleyball (13 years)
Track & Field (11 years)

POST-SECONDARY TEACHING:
Composition 101, U of M – Undergraduate Level
Educational Futures, U of M – Graduate Level
Issues in HPE & Sport, CWU – Graduate Level
Advanced Athletic Administration of Athletics – CWU – Graduate Level
Legal Liability and Risk-Management in Sports – CWU – Graduate Level
Healthy Living for Coaches and Athletic Administrators – CWU – Graduate Level
Leadership and Decision-Making in Interscholastic Sports – CWU – Graduate Level
Mentoring of Coaches and Athletes – CWU – Graduate Level
Operation of School Sports Facilities – CWU – Graduate Level
Governing Organizations in Sports and Athletics – CWU – Graduate Level
Administration of Athletics – CWU – Undergraduate Level
Foundation of Coaching – CWU – Undergraduate Level
Coaching and Competitive Ethics – CWU – Undergraduate Level

PUBLICATION:
A former principal’s reflection: A plan for enhancing school improvement and culture by getting connected.  Journal of Education and Human Development; American Research Institute for Policy Development (March, 2015 Issue)

PRESENTATIONS:
Perceptions of Pre-Service Education/Athletic Administration Candidates and Coaches Regarding LGBTQ Students (February 26, 2015; 11th Annual Globalization, Diversity and Education Conference, Spokane, Washington)

Managing Athletic Programs (October 2, 2014; Dr. Bob Fredericks Sport Leadership Lecture Series, Lewiston, Idaho)