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Education

EdD, Education and Policy Leadership: Southern Connecticut State University 
ME, Education in Sport and Recreation Administration: Temple University
BBA, Accounting: University of New Mexico

Biography

Sloane Milstein, EdD is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and currently works as an assistant professor in the Department of Kinesiology, teaching a variety of sport management classes. Prior to coming to CMU, she taught at Texas A&M where she developed an experiential learning emphasis in her teaching practice. 

Her industry experience stems from organizing a number of multi-sport events, working as an assistant athletic director while coaching NCAA and IHSA equestrian teams. She is also an accomplished all-around athlete; 2000 and 2004 Olympic hopeful in both pistol shooting and modern pentathlon (running, swimming, shooting, fencing and horseback riding) respectively. 

Currently, Milstein is a certified instructor, USEF steward and an author of the High School Equestrian’s Guide to College Riding.

Her current research examines how intercollegiate decision making pertains to adding new sport offerings at individual institutions and she regularly oversees undergraduate research projects.

Outside of work, she is an avid photographer, climber and surfer.

Connect with Milstein on LinkedIn.

Published Work

INDUSTRY PUBLICATIONS
1. Milstein, S. (2015). The high school equestrian's guide to college riding (2nd ed.). Raleigh, NC: Lulu Publishing.
2. Milstein, S. (2012). Busting the myths of college riding. Sidelines, September, 74. 
3. Milstein, S. (2012). Does size matter? Myths about college riding. Sidelines, June, 62.
4. Milstein, S. (2012). Walk on, tryouts or being recruited: How to ride on an equestrian team. Sidelines, June, 56.

5. Milstein, S. (2012). Expanding your equestrian horizons: Is your horse college bound? Interscholastic Equestrian Association Magazine, Winter, 6-7.

6. Milstein, S. (2012). Experience or education for the equestrian. Junior Equestrian Magazine, January.

7. Milstein, S. (2012). To take or not to take your horse to college. Junior Equestrian Magazine, January.

8. Milstein, S. (2011). Understanding NCAA, Varsity, and IHSA. Junior Equestrian Magazine, November. 

9. Milstein, S. (2011). The high school equestrian's guide to college riding. Raleigh, NC: Lulu Publishing.