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Professor Russell Hoye Dean and Head of School, SAHHSS, Off Allied Hlth,Human Svc&Sport

Professor Russ Hoye, PhD, is the Dean of Allied Health, Human Services and Sport, one of Ausralia's leading health sciences School. He has previously served as Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research Development), Director of the Centre for Sport and Social Impact, Director of the Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation Research Focus Area, and Associate Dean (Research) at La Trobe University. His research interests are in corporate governance, public policy, volunteer management and the impact of sport on individuals and society. He has secured more than $3.75M AUD in research funding and has been chief investigator on three Australian Research Council grants and two Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council grants. His most recent funded research projects include a review of contemporary corporate governance in the Canadian national sport system, identifying the social value of community sport organisations, and the role of social capital in determining the capacity of community sport organisations.

Russ has published eight books and more than 65 journal articles, including being published in the Journal of Sport Management; Sport Management Review; European Sport Management Quarterly; International Review for the Sociology of Sport; International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics; Sport in Society; Managing Leisure; Journal of the American Medical Association; British Journal of Management; Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources; Nonprofit Voluntary Sector Quarterly; Nonprofit Management and Leadership; Public Management Review; Australian Journal on Volunteering; Journal of Sociology; Journal of Social Service Research; and Event Management.

He is currently the editor of the Sport Management Series published by Routledge; a member of the editorial boards for Sport Management Review, the International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, and the Journal of Global Sport Management; past President of the Sport Management Association of Australia and New Zealand (SMAANZ) and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

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