The Big Sky Conference is a NCAA Division I conference which boasts a vast footprint in the West. Fourteen member institutions are located in California, Oregon, Washington, Montana, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, Colorado and North Dakota. The Big Sky Conference is continually looking for new ways to enhance its institution’s profiles both athletically and academically. Skyline - The Big Sky Undergraduate Journal was developed to academically connect those institutions which have previously only had an athletic connection.
Skyline is an open access journal, and publishes undergraduate research in all fields by students at Big Sky Conference institutions.
Submission Deadline Information
All submissions to the Journal must have been reviewed and approved by the on-campus editorial representative. For information on your institution's process and deadline, please contact your Campus Editorial Representative.
All finalized submissions to the Journal are due June 1, 2014.
Next publication date: August 1, 2014
Current Issue: Volume 2, Issue 1 (2014)
Student Athlete Motivation and Success: Investigating Associations Within Parenting and Coaching Styles
Cortney Wilkerson, Eldon Hall, and James Gould
Undergraduate Students’ Motivations for Attending Collegiate Sporting Events
Nathaniel Curi, Nathalie Dart, and Brielle Giesemann
A Comparison of Body Image Satisfaction, Sport Supplement Use, and Body Modification Behaviors Among Undergraduate Students in Family and Consumer Science Classes
John Ramos, Roxanne Y. Fountain, Jodie England, Prabhjot Dhaliwal, April Tacotaco, and Tara Latham
The Efficacy of a Motivational Imagery Intervention in Distance Athletes
Jenna Deelstra, Jennifer Jordan Hamson-Utley, Lauren Fowler, and Sally Shigley