Jun Cho

Graduate Student, Educational Leadership/ Neag School (Affiliate)


Research Overview

My research is focused on behavioral improvement for youth at risk through participating in Sport activity. Currently, I and my colleagues in Sport Mangagement Lab are collaborating to do a project to figure out how sport-based intervention could be used to positively impact on school climate. At the same time, I am working on writing literature review paper regarding PBIS (Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support) and Sport to undergird an assumption that effects by participating in sport would be aligned with what schools implementing PBIS aim to achieve. As I just turned to second year course, I don’t have project work experience.

Education

B.S, 2008, Marketing/ Business Administration, Ajou University
M.S 2015, Sport Management/ Hanyang University

Featured Publication

Theoretical Rationale of Implementing SDP within PBIS for Misbehaving Youth Sports. International journal of human movement science, 10 (1), 57-69.

Contact Information
Emailjun.cho@uconn.edu
Phone860.617.9314
Mailing Address380 Daleville Rd. #10
Willington, CT 06279