Dr. Nordstrom has taught at Gonzaga University for four years. She teaches in the undergraduate Sport Management and graduate Sport and Athletic Administration Program. Dr. Nordstrom focuses on creating meaningful classroom experiences by centering on student learning, which allows the students to integrate their own individual experiences. She challenges the students to think critically, to analyze current issues, and to improve their communication skills. She invites in guest speakers from various sport vocations and provides the students an opportunity to work on practical projects, for example: Goal Setting Plan, Personal Leadership Analysis, Facility Review, Sport Media and Communications plan, and mock interviews and career planning.
Nordstrom, H., Warner, S., and Barnes, J. (2015). Behind the stripes: Female football officials’ experiences. International Journal of Sport Management and Marketing, 15(3/4/5), 259-279.
Nordstrom, H. (2017). Working in a male-dominated sport profession: Female football official. In A. N. Milner & J. H. Braddock II (Eds.), Women in sport: Breaking barriers, facing obstacles (2017). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
Nordstrom, H. (2013). Case study: Seattle Sounders FC: Successful marketing of an MLS expansion team. In E. Schwarz, J. Hunter, & A. LaFleur, Advanced Theory and Practice in Sport Marketing, New York, NY: Routledge-Taylor & Francis Group.