Women's and Gender Studies Jenny Lukow
Dr. Jenny Lukow, Associate Professor of Sport Management and Coordinator of the Sport Management Program, joined High Point University in 2006. She teaches courses in:
- sport marketing
- facility management
- sociology of sport
- sport law
- sport finance
- gender issues in sport
Her courses are very popular among students! Dr. Lukow also supervises sport management students as they do internships with sports organizations such as local youth leagues, collegiate athletic departments, and professional sports teams.
Dr. Lukow was awarded a High Point University Think Big! Grant for her proposal “Leadership Challenge Course.” Her research interests focus primarily on gender equity issues in collegiate athletics. She recently presented her work titled, Winning and Losing in the Quest for Head Coaching Positions at the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Convention. She also participated in a roundtable presentation at the National Women’s Studies Association Conference entitled, Crises of Representation: More Visibility, Less Agency?
Dr. Lukow has served in various capacities on HPU committees including the Women’s and Gender Studies Committee, Graduate Council, Faculty Senate, Admissions Committee, and the Institutional Review Board (IRB).
Dr. Lukow earned her Ph.D. in Leisure Behavior with an Emphasis in Recreational Sports Management from Indiana University. She earned her M.S. in Sport Management from Indiana State University and her B.A. in Business Administration with a Concentration in Marketing from Lynchburg College.