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Jeb Gorham, PhD

Associate Professor, The McCormick Division of Business


  • PhD, Sport and Exercise Physiology, Sport Administration, Minor in Statistics and Research Methods, University of Northern Colorado
  • MA, Kinesiology: Exercise Physiology, University of Maryland, College Park
  • BA, Biology, Minor in Physical Education - Coaching, Skidmore College


  • Organization Management
  • Sports Management
  • Marketing and Advertising
  • Issues and Ethics in Sports Management
  • Legal Aspects of Sports and Recreation

Academic Research/Interests

  • Organizational culture and effectiveness
  • Legal aspects of sports and recreation
  • Integration of health, fitness and wellness into sports business

Areas of Expertise

  • Sports Management and Administration
  • Health, Fitness and Wellness Integration
  • Industry Relations
  • Personnel Management
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Marketing and Branding
Throughout my own education and professional experiences, I have worked with exceptional faculty and business mentors. My objective is to provide students with an environment within which they can learn to create and appreciate their own unique educational and professional path to success.

On Being at SVC

At SVC, I not only have the opportunity to teach classes and mentor students in Business and Sports Management, but also support athletics and student-athletes as SVC's Faculty Athletics Representative.

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  • Highlights

    June 2015 - Selected as one of the 2014 NCAA Division III Faculty Athletics Rep (FAR) Fellows.

    November 2013 - Professor Gorham was named a Rising Star for 2013, a recognition sponsored by the Vermont Business Magazine. He received the Rising Star award, along with 39 young professionals, on November 7 at Double Tree Hotel in South Burlington.

    November 4-6, 2013 - In San Diego, CA, Professor Jeb Gorham and Provost Al DeCiccio became the first SVC presenters at the Annual National Symposium on Student Retention, sponsored by the Consortium for Student Retention Data Exchange (CSRDE) at the University of Oklahoma. Professor Gorham's presentation was entitled "A Multi-Dimensional Framework for Retention: Service-Learning and Community-Focused Laboratory Learning Enhanced Through Student-Centered, Self-Directed Teamwork." Provost DeCiccio's presentation was entitled "A&P Stretch: Transforming a Gatekeeper Course Into a Gateway Course to Improve Retention of First-Year, First-Time Students."

    March 2013 - Named to Board of Trustees to Village School of North Bennington, VT

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