Ryan Snelgrove

Ryan Snelgrove

Assistant Professor, Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies, University of Waterloo

Dr. Ryan Snelgrove’s research focuses on organizational change and social development in sport. In particular, Dr. Ryan Snelgrove is interested in

(1) how sport organizations and systems can successfully manage the change process to produce a variety of positive outcomes,

(2) how sport shapes individual, social, and national identities, and

(3) how sport events can be leveraged to create positive social outcomes.

A big congratulations to our graduating class in @ahswaterloo! It was a pleasure to teach so many of you in the @UWRecandLeisure program. #UWaterlooGrad #AHSgrad2020 #UWaterlooProud👏

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If you are doing research on #WomeninSport - check this out 🤓 @FrontSportsAL

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Women’s Professional Sport: Understanding Female-Specific Distinctiveness

Terrific sum up of how the WNBA became a political and not merely an athletic force. It's early, but this is your read of the day. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/10/16/sports/basketball/wnba-loeffler-protest-kneeling.html?referringSource=articleShare

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