Michael Odio

Michael Odio

Assistant Professor
Sport Administration

Professional Summary

Michael Odio is an Assistant Professor of Sport Administration at the University of Cincinnati and holds a Ph.D. in Sport Management from the University of Florida. His scholarly interests include organizational behavior and human resource issues in sport as well as career and learning outcomes for nonstandard employees (e.g., temporary, seasonal, part-time) and internships.

Education

Health and Human Performance (Sport Management) Ph.D. , University of Florida Gainesville, FL, USA, 2013 (Sport Management, concentration in organizational behavior)

Research Support

Grant: #URC AHSS Faculty Stipend Awards AY2015-16 Investigators:Odio, Michael 05-01-2016 -04-30-2017 UC's University Research Council A need for consistency: A comprehensive analysis of the symbiotic relationship between academia and industry that impacts students’ education and career Role:PI $6,000.00 Active Level:Internal UC

Grant: #A18-0262-S001 Investigators:Odio, Michael 04-01-2018 -10-31-2019 American Athletic Conference LAST Course Role:PI $1,308.00 Active Level:Private Non-Profit

Grant: #R40756 Investigators:Odio, Michael 07-01-2020 -06-30-2021 UC's URC AHSS Faculty Awards Accessibility and Opportunities: The Wicked Problem of Sport Industry Internships Role:PI $10,000.00 Active Level:Internal UC

Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

Odio, M. A. (2019. )The role of temporal factors in sport management research .Journal of Global Sport Management, ,

Odio, M. A., Goldsmith, A., & Mahoney, K. (2018. )Examining differences in emotional labor and fan identification between different types of part-time sport facility employees .International Journal of Sport Management, ,19 (1 ),27

Odio, M. A. (2017. )Students' Search Behaviors and Career Alignment for Internships .Journal of Applied Sport Management, ,9 (4 ),22

Odio, M. A., & Kerwin, S. (2017. )The boundaryless sports career: Examining the movements of sports professionals in and out of the sport industry .International Journal of Sport Management, ,18 (3 ),330

Odio, M. A. (2017. )Managing internships in sport and entertainment: Law, ethics and practice .Sport and Entertainment Review, ,3 (1 ),63

Odio, M. A., & Kerwin, S. (2016. )Internship Characteristics, Critical Events, and Intent to Enter the Vocation .Sport Management Education Journal, ,10 (2 ),103

Odio, M. A., Sagas, M., & Kerwin, S. (2014. )The influence of the senior internship experience on the career decision making and development of tourism, recreation and sport management students. .Sport Management Education Journal, ,8 (1 ),46

Odio, M. A., Wells, J., & Kerwin, S. (2014. )Full-time student, part-time employee: Capturing the effects of socialization influences and multiple identities on affective commitment. .Event Management, ,18 (3 ),325

Bang, H., Odio, M., & Reio, T. (2014. )The moderating role of brand reputation and moral obligation: An application of the theory of planned behavior. Journal of Management Development, ,33 (4 ),282

Odio, M. A., Walker, M., & Kim, M. (2013. )Examining the stress and coping process of mega-event employees. International Journal of Event and Festival Management, ,4 (2 ),140

Kammeyer-Mueller, J. D., Rubenstein, A. L., Long, D. M., Odio, M. A., Buckman, B. R., Zhang, Y. & Halvorsen-Ganepola, M. D. (2013. )A meta-analytic structural model of dispositional affectivity and emotional labor. .Personnel Psychology, ,66 (1 ),47

Odio, M. A., & Walker M. (2012. )Seeing it through: A multilevel analysis of intern withdrawal behaviors. Journal of Contemporary Athletics, ,6 (3 ),173

Kim, M., Kim, M. K., & Odio, M. A. (2010. )Are you proud? The influence of sport and community identity and job satisfaction on pride of mega-event volunteers. Event Management, ,14 (2 ),127

Other Publications

Book Chapter

Odio, M. A., & Sheptak, D. (2019 )Managing labor in sports events Sport Facility and Event Management .Jones & bartlett

Odio, M. A., & Kerwin, S. (2017 )Sport in North America International Sport Management, 2nd Edition .

Contact Information

Academic - University of Cincinnati
Phone: 513-556-6756
odioml@ucmail.uc.edu