Office: 3M Centre, Rm 2225
Supervisor: Prof. Alison Doherty
Master of Applied Health Sciences, Sport and Fitness Administration (Brock University)
BA Psychology (St. Thomas University)
Doherty, A., Patil, S., Robar, J., Perfetti, A., & Squire, K. (2022). Mapping the landscape of organized sport in a community: Implications for community development. Frontiers in Sports and Active Living, 114. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3389/fspor.2022.855798.
Robar, J., & Bhubesi Pride Foundation. (2021). Girls’ leadership development through sport. Sport and Development (International Youth Day Contribution). Retrieved from https://www.sportanddev.org/en/article/news/girls-leadership-development-through-sport.
Robar, J. & Doherty, A. (2022, June). Capacity for Newcomer Integration in Community Sport Clubs in Canada. Accepted for presentation at the North American Society for Sport Management, Atlanta, Georgia.
Robar, J. & McSweeney, M. (2022, June). Covid-19, innovation, and the sport-for-development and peace sector: Conceptualizing an entrepreneurial mindset for the future of the field. Accepted for presentation at the North American Society for Sport Management, Atlanta, Georgia.
Robar, J. (2021, June). Understanding community perspectives: A case study of a Bottom-Up Sport-for-Development initiative in rural Africa (published abstract and oral presentation). North American Society for Sport Management, Virtual Conference.
Robar, J. (2020, September). From rugby player to researcher: A journey on and off the pitch (oral presentation). Kinesiology Graduate Seminar, Western University, London, ON.
Robar, J. (2020, April). Understanding community members' perspectives of the impacts: A case study of a sport-for-development initiative in Africa (oral presentation). Brock Research Colloquium, Brock University, St. Catherines, ON (conference cancelled due to COVID-19).
Robar, J. (2020, March). What do community members think the impacts are? A case study of a sport-for-development initiative in Africa (online feature). Graduate Student Leisure Research Symposium, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON.
Robar, J. (2016, April). My experience with a sport-for-development program (oral presentation). Student Research Ideas Fair, St. Thomas University, Fredericton, NB.