Ashley, Frank individual record
Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Senior Professor
Positions:
overview

As senior associate dean, Ashley oversees graduate education and research activities as well as strategic planning, faculty affairs, student affairs, program development, diversity, assessment, communications and external relations, student services, and extended education programs in the Bush School. Ashley also teaches a course in Managing Diversity in Public and Non Profit Organizations.

education and training
selected publications
Academic Articles16
  • Sagas, M., Paetzold, R., & Ashley, F (2005). Relational Demography in Coaching Dyads.. Physical Educator. 62(2), 103-112.
  • Snow, V., Simpson, W. K., Byars, A., & Ashley, F. (2005). Sport Professionals and Professional Development. Applied Research in Coaching and Athletic Annual. 20, 190-207.
  • Goss, B. D., Crow, R. B., Ashley, F., & Jubenville, C. B (2004). Qualitative Trends in Intercollegiate Athletics at Historical Black Colleges and Universities: The Impact of the NCAA Structure. International Journal of Sport Management. 5(4), 367-388.
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  • Cunningham, G. B., Sagas, M., & Ashley, F. B. (2003). Coaching self-efficacy, desire to become a head coach, and occupational turnover intent: Gender differences between NCAA assistant coaches of women's teams. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORT PSYCHOLOGY. 34(2), 125-137.
  • Cunningham, G. B., & Ashley, F. B. (2002). Debilitative and facilitative perceptions of trait anxiety among students in a college golf class.. Percept Mot Skills. 94(3 Pt 1), 739-742.
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  • Wigley, B. J., Sagas, M., & Ashley, F (2002). A Study of Collegiate Baseball: Examining Sport Fan Motivation and Marketing Implications. International Journal of Sport Management. 3(2), 90-102.
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  • Sagas, M., & Ashley, F. B (2001). Gender Differences in the Intent to Leave Coaching: Testing the Role of Personal, External, and Work-related Variables. International Journal of Sport Management. 2(4), 297-313.
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  • Cunningham, G. B., Sagas, M., & Ashley, F. B. (2001). OCCUPATIONAL COMMITMENT AND INTENT TO LEAVE THE COACHING PROFESSION. International Review for the Sociology of Sport. 36(2), 131-148.
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  • Cunningham, G. B., Keiper, P. E., Sagas, M., & Ashley, F. B. (2001). Initial reliability of the coaching isomorphism questionnaire for NCAA coaches.. Psychol Rep. 88(2), 332-334.
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  • Cunningham, G. B., Sagas, M., & Ashley, F. (2001). Examining Federal and State Pay Equity Laws in Texas. Applied Research in Coaching and Athletics Annual. 16, 44-62.
  • Sagas, M., Cunningham, G. B., Wigley, B. J., & Ashley, F. B. (2000). Internet coverage of university softball and baseball Web sites: The inequity continues. SOCIOLOGY OF SPORT JOURNAL. 17(2), 198-205.
  • Sagas, M., Cunningham, G. B., & Ashley, F. (2000). Examining a Woman's Coaching Deficit through the Perspective of Assistant Coaches. International Journal of Sport Management. 1(4), 267-282.
  • Ashley, F., Dollar, J., Wigley, B., & Gillentine, J. A (2000). Professional wrestling fans: Your next-door neighbors?. Sport Marketing Quarterly. 9(3), 24-32.
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  • Wigley, B. J., & Ashley, F. B (1999). A Review of Legislative Action Concerning Home-Schooled Students and Participation in Public School Athletics. Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport. 9(1), 19-25.
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  • Ashley, F., & Song, C (1995). Marketing the Auto Race: What Can We Learn From the Spectators. Sport Marketing Quarterly. 4(3), 27-32.
Chapters1
  • Sagas, M., Cunningham, G. B., Wigley, B. J., & Ashley, F. (2003). Internet coverage of university softball and baseball websites: The inequity continues. Rowe, D. (Eds.), Sport, culture and the media: the unruly trinity. 340-349. McGraw-Hill Education (UK).
Conference Papers1
  • Sagas, M., & Ashley, F. B (2001). Gender differences in the intent to leave the coaching profession. RESEARCH QUARTERLY FOR EXERCISE AND SPORT. 72(1), A110-A110.
recent teaching activities
Email
fashley@tamu.edu
First Name
Frank
Last Name
Ashley
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Bush School Of Government And Public Service; 4220 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4220
USA