- Gender and sport
- The Student -Athlete experience
- Management of non-traditional sporting events
- Achievement goal orientations
- Competitive Dog Obedience
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Courses taught Graduate level
- Introduction to Athletic Administration
- Facility Planning and Development
- Financial Administration of Physical Education and Sport
- Human Resources for Physical Education and Sport
- Sport and Society
- Sport and Exercise Psychology
- Sport Ethics
Course taught Undergraduate level
- Social Psychology for Sport Management
- Diversity in Sport Organizations
- Applied Sport Psychology
- Behavioral Aspects of Sport Medicine
- Lifetime Wellness and Fitness
Riemer, B., (2009, November). Motivation of AKC Obedience Judges. Presentation at the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Riemer, B.A., Thomas, J.L. & Wainright, S.A. (in reviewEntrepreneurship and competitive dog sports.
Riemer, B.A. (in review). Defining "sport." Academic learning experience. In G. Sailes and M.Smith (Eds.), Learning Experiences in Sociology of Sport.
Riemer, B.A., Thomas, J.L., & Visio, M. (2007). Goal Orientations and Volunteers.International Journal of Sport Management, 8, 67-79.
Riemer, B.A. & Thomas, J.L. (2005). Achievement goal orientations in competition dogobedience participants. Journal of Sport Behavior, 28 (3), 272-281.
Riemer, B.A. & Visio, M.E. (2003). Gender typing of sports: An investigation of Metheny'sclassification. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 74 (2), 193-204.