Sport management – Lerner Sports Marketing http://lernersportsmarketing.com/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 12:24:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://lernersportsmarketing.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/ICON.png Sport management – Lerner Sports Marketing http://lernersportsmarketing.com/ 32 32 Assistant Professor / Lecturer in sports coaching and / or sports management at NORTHUMBRIA UNIVERSITY https://lernersportsmarketing.com/assistant-professor-lecturer-in-sports-coaching-and-or-sports-management-at-northumbria-university/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 02:31:51 +0000 https://lernersportsmarketing.com/assistant-professor-lecturer-in-sports-coaching-and-or-sports-management-at-northumbria-university/ Faculty of Health and Life Sciences Northumbria is a modern, research-intensive university with a worldwide reputation for academic excellence. Ranked in the UK top 50 (Guardian University League Table 2022 and Complete University Guide 2023)Northumbria recorded the biggest increase of any UK university in terms of research power in the Research Excellence Framework for the […]]]>

Faculty of Health and Life Sciences

Northumbria is a modern, research-intensive university with a worldwide reputation for academic excellence.

Ranked in the UK top 50 (Guardian University League Table 2022 and Complete University Guide 2023)Northumbria recorded the biggest increase of any UK university in terms of research power in the Research Excellence Framework for the second time in 2021 and is now ranked in the top 25 in the UK.

At Northumbria, we embrace tomorrow. We pursue new thinking, forge new partnerships, create and exchange new knowledge and find new solutions. Our inspiring scholars, partners and students work together to meet the challenges of tomorrow. We are ready for the future, whatever it is. We are looking for future colleagues who share our ambition.

Ranked in the top 5 in the UK for research power (REF2021), the Department of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation is a dynamic and inclusive department, where staff are supported to have a positive impact on our students, through research-enriched programs and beyond academia, through world-leading research.

Our research falls under the three cross-themes of (1) Optimize human performance(2) Promote and preserve health and well-beingand (3) Informing practice and policy. Particular areas of excellence include musculoskeletal and neuromuscular adaptations to exercise and post-exercise recovery, the role of sport and exercise in achieving and maintaining optimal human performance in high-performance populations (e.g., elite athletes, military personnel, and astronauts), the use of functional foods to aid recovery after sport and exercise, the micropolitical dimensions of sports work, and the role of exercise in chronic disease management.

Our research and education is facilitated by strong internal collaboration and external relationships, with funding received from a range of governing bodies and national sports clubs (e.g. EIS, TASS, Newcastle United FC, Queens Park Rangers FC, Sunderland AFC, England Athletics), national/international organizations (e.g. Health Education England, UK Space Agency, Medical Research Foundation, National Institutes for Health Research, European Commission, European Space Agency) and industry (e.g. Cherry Marketing Institute, Danu Sports , Naturex, GlaxoSmithKline).

Working within the Department of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation, you will bring expertise in the areas of sports coaching and/or sports management. Applications are welcome from all disciplines within these broad fields, but are particularly encouraged in the area of ​​sports performance analysis. The incumbent will undertake and publish high quality collaborative research that will serve to enrich the education of our students. The incumbent is also expected to participate in an outside activity to generate revenue and promote the topic.

Applicants should hold a first degree and be qualified (or exceptionally soon to be qualified) at doctoral level in a relevant subject, have specialist expertise and knowledge acquired through demonstrable research excellence. A proven ability to deliver high quality research-enhanced training in an appropriate field, as well as a strong research profile, are essential for this role. As holders of an Athena Swan Bronze Award, we are committed to embedding equality, diversity and inclusion into our culture, and we encourage a flexible approach to work for our staff.

For all informal inquiries regarding this post, please contact the Deputy Head of Department, Dr Claire Bruce-Martin (c.bruce-martin@northumbria.ac.uk) or the Subject Lead for Coaching and Sport Management, Karl Wharton (karl.wharton@northumbria.ac.uk).

To apply for this position, please click “Apply Now”, and submit a cover letter, CV including research/education statements, and a list of grants and publications. Please highlight your highest quality research results up to a maximum of 4. In addition, applicants are requested to provide copies of the top 2 research results (journal/book chapter/practice-based portfolio ). Wherever possible, applicants are encouraged to consolidate all documents into one file.

Northumbria is one of the largest universities in the UK with over 37,000 students from 137 countries. Putting students at the heart of an exceptional experience, and with cutting-edge research and award-winning partnerships, Northumbria is a new kind of great university. Find out more about us.

Northumbria University is a great place to work. We empower our exceptional people to achieve shared ambitions and promote a positive work-life balance. To thank you, we offer a wide range of benefits, including great pension plans, flexible working, generous vacation entitlement, an ongoing commitment to your learning and development and more.

We are an on-campus organization where colleagues work regular and on-campus schedules, with some flexibility in scheduling their hours and where they work in discussion with their manager.

Northumbria University is committed to creating an inclusive culture where we are proud of and value the diversity of our staff. We encourage and welcome applications from all members of the community. The University holds a Bronze Athena Swan Award in recognition of our commitment to advancing gender equality, we are a Disability Confident Employer, a member of the Charter for Racial Equality and a participant in the Stonewall Diversity Champion program . We are also a member of the Euraxess network, which provides information and support to professional researchers. The University has a range of flexible working arrangements in place, and we are happy to explore candidate requirements as part of the recruitment process.

We welcome applications from the UK and around the world. Visit our web pages for more details on relocation assistance.

This position is advertised in our Assistant Professor and Lecturer roles (role descriptions are attached). Colleagues appointed to our Lecturer grade are typically early career scholars who are supported throughout their probationary period to develop their academic profile. At the end of the probationary objectives, these colleagues are automatically transferred to the role of assistant professor. The selection committee will assess your application and discuss with you the role for which you are considered during the selection and appointment stages.

Please note that this position will close on 10/14/2022

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Hockey Canada bragged about its ‘unparalleled’ management of safe sports in 2019 – Rossland News https://lernersportsmarketing.com/hockey-canada-bragged-about-its-unparalleled-management-of-safe-sports-in-2019-rossland-news/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 21:30:00 +0000 https://lernersportsmarketing.com/hockey-canada-bragged-about-its-unparalleled-management-of-safe-sports-in-2019-rossland-news/ Hockey Canada asked the federal government in 2019 if it could handle its safe sport cases on its own, despite a “significant potential claim.” In a three-page email to the sport minister’s office, Hockey Canada boasted that its handling of sport security was “second to none”, but expressed concerns both about any investigative mechanisms third […]]]>

Hockey Canada asked the federal government in 2019 if it could handle its safe sport cases on its own, despite a “significant potential claim.”

In a three-page email to the sport minister’s office, Hockey Canada boasted that its handling of sport security was “second to none”, but expressed concerns both about any investigative mechanisms third parties and the new toll-free number for reporting abuse.

The email signed by Glen McCurdie, who was then Hockey Canada’s vice-president of insurance and risk management, also detailed Hockey Canada’s National Equity Fund used for uninsured liabilities, including sexual abuse claims. , which the organization has maintained since the “late 1990s”.

“It is no secret that Hockey Canada was forced to act on sexual misconduct specifically following the Graham James/Sheldon Kennedy revelations that shook not only our sport, but the nation as a whole at the late 1990s,” McCurdie wrote in the email obtained by The Canadian Press.

“We are very proud of what we have accomplished and continue to accomplish. When we first faced this situation, we had financial issues to deal with, in terms of unfunded claims from hockey players, professionals and others. We also had to deal with setting up a program that our members could access if they had similar concerns that were less public in nature.

“We addressed our ‘financial obligations’ by handling claims and reports of potential claims in an up-front manner.”

The national sports body has come under intense scrutiny since news broke of an alleged sexual assault following a 2018 gala in London, Ont., involving eight unidentified players – including members of that year’s World Junior Team – and the ensuing muffled settlement broke in May.

Gang sexual assault allegations involving the 2003 World Junior Team emerged in July.

None of the allegations have been proven in court.

Hockey Canada has had federal funding cut off due to its handling of the case and the settlement, while a number of companies have suspended sponsorship funds.

Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport from 2015 to 2019, said she did not receive Hockey Canada’s email to Michael Paramathasan, a former senior policy adviser to the Minister of Sport, when he was sent on October 29, 2019.

“According to this letter, this is an organization that simply does not understand, and does not understand three decades after the horror of what Sheldon Kennedy went through, after Larry Nassar and American Gymnastics,” Duncan said. at The Canadian Press. “And I think what the letter shows is the real thought, the thought behind closed doors, and not when the eyes of the nation are watching and judging.”

Duncan had announced several safe sport initiatives in March 2019, including a national toll-free confidential hotline for victims and witnesses of abuse in sport. She also announced that National Sport Organizations (NSOs) must have a safe sport policy and arrange for access to a third-party investigator.

McCurdie wrote that what was unlikely to be known to most members of Hockey Canada, “or the Canadian sport system as a whole, is that we also purchased an insurance product to process claims for sexual abuse/misconduct on a retroactive basis”.

News of this ‘product’ exploded in July when Hockey Canada officials told the House of Commons Heritage Committee that it had used the organization’s National Equity Fund, which dips into the fees of minor hockey membership to pay $7.6 million in uninsured claims in nine sex-related settlements. assault or abuse since 1989. This figure did not include the alleged London incident.

McCurdie wrote that he couldn’t “go into specifics” about the large potential claim, but said the ability to access a lawyer, crisis communications, etc., helped us in a “way immeasurable”.

“If we were to be embarrassed by a ‘sporting process’ where we had to go through a reporting and approval mechanism by a third-party organization, as yet unknown, we strongly believe that irreparable harm could have been inflicted on us,” said he continued. .

McCurdie noted in the potential claim referenced that the athlete(s) are the alleged perpetrator(s), not the victim.

“The concept of a third-party investigative firm would have eliminated our ability to actually protect athletes in this situation, there’s no doubt about that,” he wrote, adding that Hockey Canada believes in tailored solutions to specific issues, and that a uniform process for each sport would impair an NSO’s ability to deal with certain situations.

McCurdie’s arguments with the toll-free hotline pilot project, he said, largely centered on the sheer volume of complaints, many of which “are not necessarily valid… We have many parents who use complaints of this nature as a basis on which to change teams/associations.

Neither Hockey Canada nor Paramathasan immediately responded to requests for comment.

Prime Ministers Justin Trudeau and Kennedy recently condemned Hockey Canada’s leadership, saying it had lost the trust of Canadians. Their comments came after the federation’s board of directors announced it was backing chairman and chief executive Scott Smith and his management team despite calls for a change in the organization’s leadership.

“Hockey Canada does not wish to be encumbered by a system or process that ties our hands and does not allow us to manage a situation as we deem necessary,” McCurdie wrote. “We just ask that you keep that in mind as you continue to lead us in a collective safe sport strategy.”

Duncan said Hockey Canada’s values ​​and priorities are wrong.

“The number one priority for any sports organization is safe sport. This is an organization that has pushed back against safe sport with selfish arguments – that’s what this letter says. They didn’t want rules, because they didn’t want to be exposed,” she said.

“I would like to know if they are still proud of their success in this area.”

NDP MP Peter Julian, meanwhile, is calling on the federal government to conduct a thorough audit of Hockey Canada’s finances since 2016.

The request, made in a letter to Sports Minister Pascale St-Onge on September 6, refers to thousands of dollars in spending attributed to the sport’s national governing body, including high-end dinners, hotel suites luxury hotels and championship rings for board members.

—Lori Ewing, The Canadian Press

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Hockey Canada bragged about its ‘unparalleled’ management of safe sports in 2019 https://lernersportsmarketing.com/hockey-canada-bragged-about-its-unparalleled-management-of-safe-sports-in-2019/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 21:30:00 +0000 https://lernersportsmarketing.com/hockey-canada-bragged-about-its-unparalleled-management-of-safe-sports-in-2019/ Hockey Canada asked the federal government in 2019 if it could handle its safe sport cases on its own, despite a “significant potential claim.” In a three-page email to the sport minister’s office, Hockey Canada boasted that its handling of sport security was “second to none”, but expressed concerns both about any investigative mechanisms third […]]]>

Hockey Canada asked the federal government in 2019 if it could handle its safe sport cases on its own, despite a “significant potential claim.”

In a three-page email to the sport minister’s office, Hockey Canada boasted that its handling of sport security was “second to none”, but expressed concerns both about any investigative mechanisms third parties and the new toll-free number for reporting abuse.

The email signed by Glen McCurdie, who was then Hockey Canada’s vice-president of insurance and risk management, also detailed Hockey Canada’s National Equity Fund used for uninsured liabilities, including sexual abuse claims. , which the organization has maintained since the “late 1990s”.

“It is no secret that Hockey Canada was forced to act on sexual misconduct specifically following the Graham James/Sheldon Kennedy revelations that shook not only our sport, but the nation as a whole at the late 1990s,” McCurdie wrote in the email obtained by The Canadian Press.

“We are very proud of what we have accomplished and continue to accomplish. When we first faced this situation, we had financial issues to deal with, in terms of unfunded claims from hockey players, professionals and others. We also had to deal with setting up a program that our members could access if they had similar concerns that were less public in nature.

“We addressed our ‘financial obligations’ by handling claims and reports of potential claims in an up-front manner.”

The national sports body has come under intense scrutiny since news broke of an alleged sexual assault following a 2018 gala in London, Ont., involving eight unidentified players – including members of that year’s World Junior Team – and the ensuing muffled settlement broke in May.

Gang sexual assault allegations involving the 2003 World Junior Team emerged in July.

None of the allegations have been proven in court.

Hockey Canada has had federal funding cut off due to its handling of the case and the settlement, while a number of companies have suspended sponsorship funds.

Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport from 2015 to 2019, said she did not receive Hockey Canada’s email to Michael Paramathasan, a former senior policy adviser to the Minister of Sport, when he was sent on October 29, 2019.

“According to this letter, this is an organization that simply does not understand, and does not understand three decades after the horror of what Sheldon Kennedy went through, after Larry Nassar and American Gymnastics,” Duncan said. at The Canadian Press. “And I think what the letter shows is the real thought, the thought behind closed doors, and not when the eyes of the nation are watching and judging.”

Duncan had announced several safe sport initiatives in March 2019, including a national toll-free confidential hotline for victims and witnesses of abuse in sport. She also announced that National Sport Organizations (NSOs) must have a safe sport policy and arrange for access to a third-party investigator.

McCurdie wrote that what was unlikely to be known to most members of Hockey Canada, “or the Canadian sport system as a whole, is that we also purchased an insurance product to process claims for sexual abuse/misconduct on a retroactive basis”.

News of this ‘product’ exploded in July when Hockey Canada officials told the House of Commons Heritage Committee that it had used the organization’s National Equity Fund, which dips into the fees of minor hockey membership to pay $7.6 million in uninsured claims in nine sex-related settlements. assault or abuse since 1989. This figure did not include the alleged London incident.

McCurdie wrote that he couldn’t “go into specifics” about the large potential claim, but said the ability to access a lawyer, crisis communications, etc., helped us in a “way immeasurable”.

“If we were to be embarrassed by a ‘sporting process’ where we had to go through a reporting and approval mechanism by a third-party organization, as yet unknown, we strongly believe that irreparable harm could have been inflicted on us,” said he continued. .

McCurdie noted in the potential claim referenced that the athlete(s) are the alleged perpetrator(s), not the victim.

“The concept of a third-party investigative firm would have eliminated our ability to actually protect athletes in this situation, there’s no doubt about that,” he wrote, adding that Hockey Canada believes in tailored solutions to specific issues, and that a uniform process for each sport would impair an NSO’s ability to deal with certain situations.

McCurdie’s arguments with the toll-free hotline pilot project, he said, largely centered on the sheer volume of complaints, many of which “are not necessarily valid… We have many parents who use complaints of this nature as a basis on which to change teams/associations.

Neither Hockey Canada nor Paramathasan immediately responded to requests for comment.

Prime Ministers Justin Trudeau and Kennedy recently condemned Hockey Canada’s leadership, saying it had lost the trust of Canadians. Their comments came after the federation’s board of directors announced it was backing chairman and chief executive Scott Smith and his management team despite calls for a change in the organization’s leadership.

“Hockey Canada does not wish to be encumbered by a system or process that ties our hands and does not allow us to manage a situation as we deem necessary,” McCurdie wrote. “We just ask that you keep that in mind as you continue to lead us in a collective safe sport strategy.”

Duncan said Hockey Canada’s values ​​and priorities are wrong.

“The number one priority for any sports organization is safe sport. This is an organization that has pushed back against safe sport with selfish arguments – that’s what this letter says. They didn’t want rules, because they didn’t want to be exposed,” she said.

“I would like to know if they are still proud of their success in this area.”

NDP MP Peter Julian, meanwhile, is calling on the federal government to conduct a thorough audit of Hockey Canada’s finances since 2016.

The request, made in a letter to Sports Minister Pascale St-Onge on September 6, refers to thousands of dollars in spending attributed to the sport’s national governing body, including high-end dinners, hotel suites luxury hotels and championship rings for board members.

—Lori Ewing, The Canadian Press

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Hockey Canada bragged about ‘unparalleled’ handling of safe sports in 2019 – Kimberley Daily Bulletin https://lernersportsmarketing.com/hockey-canada-bragged-about-unparalleled-handling-of-safe-sports-in-2019-kimberley-daily-bulletin/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 21:30:00 +0000 https://lernersportsmarketing.com/hockey-canada-bragged-about-unparalleled-handling-of-safe-sports-in-2019-kimberley-daily-bulletin/ Hockey Canada asked the federal government in 2019 if it could handle its safe sport cases on its own, despite a “significant potential claim.” In a three-page email to the sport minister’s office, Hockey Canada boasted that its handling of sport security was “second to none”, but expressed concerns both about any investigative mechanisms third […]]]>

Hockey Canada asked the federal government in 2019 if it could handle its safe sport cases on its own, despite a “significant potential claim.”

In a three-page email to the sport minister’s office, Hockey Canada boasted that its handling of sport security was “second to none”, but expressed concerns both about any investigative mechanisms third parties and the new toll-free number for reporting abuse.

The email signed by Glen McCurdie, who was then Hockey Canada’s vice-president of insurance and risk management, also detailed Hockey Canada’s National Equity Fund used for uninsured liabilities, including sexual abuse claims. , which the organization has maintained since the “late 1990s”.

“It is no secret that Hockey Canada was forced to act on sexual misconduct specifically following the Graham James/Sheldon Kennedy revelations that shook not only our sport, but the nation as a whole at the late 1990s,” McCurdie wrote in the email obtained by The Canadian Press.

“We are very proud of what we have accomplished and continue to accomplish. When we first faced this situation, we had financial issues to deal with, in terms of unfunded claims from hockey players, professionals and others. We also had to deal with setting up a program that our members could access if they had similar concerns that were less public in nature.

“We addressed our ‘financial obligations’ by handling claims and reports of potential claims in an up-front manner.”

The national sports body has come under intense scrutiny since news broke of an alleged sexual assault following a 2018 gala in London, Ont., involving eight unidentified players – including members of that year’s World Junior Team – and the ensuing muffled settlement broke in May.

Gang sexual assault allegations involving the 2003 World Junior Team emerged in July.

None of the allegations have been proven in court.

Hockey Canada has had federal funding cut off due to its handling of the case and the settlement, while a number of companies have suspended sponsorship funds.

Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport from 2015 to 2019, said she did not receive Hockey Canada’s email to Michael Paramathasan, a former senior policy adviser to the Minister of Sport, when he was sent on October 29, 2019.

“According to this letter, this is an organization that simply does not understand, and does not understand three decades after the horror of what Sheldon Kennedy went through, after Larry Nassar and American Gymnastics,” Duncan said. at The Canadian Press. “And I think what the letter shows is the real thought, the thought behind closed doors, and not when the eyes of the nation are watching and judging.”

Duncan had announced several safe sport initiatives in March 2019, including a national toll-free confidential hotline for victims and witnesses of abuse in sport. She also announced that National Sport Organizations (NSOs) must have a safe sport policy and arrange for access to a third-party investigator.

McCurdie wrote that what was unlikely to be known to most members of Hockey Canada, “or the Canadian sport system as a whole, is that we also purchased an insurance product to process claims for sexual abuse/misconduct on a retroactive basis”.

News of this ‘product’ exploded in July when Hockey Canada officials told the House of Commons Heritage Committee that it had used the organization’s National Equity Fund, which dips into the fees of minor hockey membership to pay $7.6 million in uninsured claims in nine sex-related settlements. assault or abuse since 1989. This figure did not include the alleged London incident.

McCurdie wrote that he couldn’t “go into specifics” about the large potential claim, but said the ability to access a lawyer, crisis communications, etc., helped us in a “way immeasurable”.

“If we were to be embarrassed by a ‘sporting process’ where we had to go through a reporting and approval mechanism by a third-party organization, as yet unknown, we strongly believe that irreparable harm could have been inflicted on us,” said he continued. .

McCurdie noted in the potential claim referenced that the athlete(s) are the alleged perpetrator(s), not the victim.

“The concept of a third-party investigative firm would have eliminated our ability to actually protect athletes in this situation, there’s no doubt about that,” he wrote, adding that Hockey Canada believes in tailored solutions to specific issues, and that a uniform process for each sport would impair an NSO’s ability to deal with certain situations.

McCurdie’s arguments with the toll-free hotline pilot project, he said, largely centered on the sheer volume of complaints, many of which “are not necessarily valid… We have many parents who use complaints of this nature as a basis on which to change teams/associations.

Neither Hockey Canada nor Paramathasan immediately responded to requests for comment.

Prime Ministers Justin Trudeau and Kennedy recently condemned Hockey Canada’s leadership, saying it had lost the trust of Canadians. Their comments came after the federation’s board of directors announced it was backing chairman and chief executive Scott Smith and his management team despite calls for a change in the organization’s leadership.

“Hockey Canada does not wish to be encumbered by a system or process that ties our hands and does not allow us to manage a situation as we deem necessary,” McCurdie wrote. “We just ask that you keep that in mind as you continue to lead us in a collective safe sport strategy.”

Duncan said Hockey Canada’s values ​​and priorities are wrong.

“The number one priority for any sports organization is safe sport. This is an organization that has pushed back against safe sport with selfish arguments – that’s what this letter says. They didn’t want rules, because they didn’t want to be exposed,” she said.

“I would like to know if they are still proud of their success in this area.”

NDP MP Peter Julian, meanwhile, is calling on the federal government to conduct a thorough audit of Hockey Canada’s finances since 2016.

The request, made in a letter to Sports Minister Pascale St-Onge on September 6, refers to thousands of dollars in spending attributed to the sport’s national governing body, including high-end dinners, hotel suites luxury hotels and championship rings for board members.

—Lori Ewing, The Canadian Press

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UNM Anderson Launches MBA for Sports Management Professionals : UNM Newsroom https://lernersportsmarketing.com/unm-anderson-launches-mba-for-sports-management-professionals-unm-newsroom/ Thu, 08 Sep 2022 21:58:44 +0000 https://lernersportsmarketing.com/unm-anderson-launches-mba-for-sports-management-professionals-unm-newsroom/ The Anderson School of Management and Sport Administration Department at the University of New Mexico has partnered to offer a new Master of Business Administration track focused on sports management beginning in January 2023. The MBA for Professionals program, which also allows early-career professionals to pursue tracks in education, healthcare, film and digital arts, operations, […]]]>

The Anderson School of Management and Sport Administration Department at the University of New Mexico has partnered to offer a new Master of Business Administration track focused on sports management beginning in January 2023.

The MBA for Professionals program, which also allows early-career professionals to pursue tracks in education, healthcare, film and digital arts, operations, marketing, finance and general management, accepting applications for Spring 2023 with an October 1 deadline. , 2022.

Students admitted to the new Sports Management stream will complete the Anderson MBA Foundation Course for Professionals and 12 hours of Sports Administration Department credit. Sports management courses include options to take courses in sports leadership, sports marketing and promotion, sports financing, risk management in sports, legal aspects of sports and internship experiences with local sports organizations.

Todd Seidler, graduate program coordinator for UNM’s Department of Sports Administration, said, “The sports industry is expected to continue to grow rapidly over the next decade. For those with an interest in sports business, this program will prepare graduates for leadership positions in a wide variety of amateur and professional sports organizations.

The MBA for Professionals program is a part-time evening program designed for working professionals with at least one year of work experience. Students can progress through the program at their own pace, focusing on one or two courses during each cycle. Coaching from industry professionals is an integral part of this program. Coaches provide guidance and mentorship, helping students connect the business curriculum to their career goals in each career track.

“Anderson provides the business foundation and practical learning experiences that are essential for emerging leaders in sports management,” said Mitzi Montoya, dean of the Anderson School.

“Sport is an important part of our economy, both in our region and beyond. This partnership with the UNM Department of Sports Administration enables us to develop leaders in sports management to support healthy growth within this industry.

For more information on the Professional MBA and all Anderson graduate programs, visit: master.mgt.unm.edu.

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Sports Management Students Begin Semester Gaining Professional Experience at MLB Little League Classic | News, Sports, Jobs https://lernersportsmarketing.com/sports-management-students-begin-semester-gaining-professional-experience-at-mlb-little-league-classic-news-sports-jobs/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 05:25:55 +0000 https://lernersportsmarketing.com/sports-management-students-begin-semester-gaining-professional-experience-at-mlb-little-league-classic-news-sports-jobs/ PHOTO PROVIDED Six sports management students from the University of Lock Haven got an inside look at how the game works. LOCK HAVEN — When Major League Baseball played its annual Little League Classic (LLC) in Williamsport on Sunday, August 20, six sports management students from Commonwealth University’s Lock Haven campus […]]]>

PHOTO PROVIDED Six sports management students from the University of Lock Haven got an inside look at how the game works.

LOCK HAVEN — When Major League Baseball played its annual Little League Classic (LLC) in Williamsport on Sunday, August 20, six sports management students from Commonwealth University’s Lock Haven campus took a close look at the operation Match.

This year’s Little League Classic game between the Baltimore Orioles and Boston Red Sox took place at Muncy Bank Ballpark at Historic Bowman Field. The LLC is part of MLB’s outreach to young players and fans and is a bonus for Little League teams traveling to Williamsport. Little League World Series teams around the world have the opportunity to see MLB stars up close and meet and connect with players.

Ethan Walker, a sports management student from Lock Haven in Hillsgrove, had a good view of a game-changing moment.

“I was working in the temporary seats along the third base line when Jorge Mateo hit a double on the third base line with bases loaded and sent three runs against the Red Sox after a draw,” said Walker.

Zachary Kreider of Elizabethtown directed people to their seating sections and assisted with hospitality and other fan and staff needs.

2022 marked the 75th anniversary of the Little League World Series as well as the unveiling of three new statues in the Market Square in Williamsport. Former President George W. Bush was present at the LLC to celebrate the event.

“One thing I thought was cool about the event was seeing President Bush and being able to say ‘hello’ to him,” Kreider said.

In addition to Walker and Kreider, Lock Haven students who participated in MLB LLC were Devon Bartleson of Shickshinny; Hailey Farr, of Tunkhannock; Taran Patterson of York; and Joshua Torrens of Pottstown.

“Opportunities like this are important for our students. They provide a hands-on approach to working at Major League events and provide valuable networking connections, which can eventually lead to career opportunities,” said Bashar W. Hanna, president of Commonwealth University.

For more information about the Sports Management program at Lock Haven, visit lockhaven.edu/sportadmin or contact Peter Campbell, Head of the Sports Studies Department, at pcampbel@lockhaven.edu.



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KU Sports Management Undergraduate Program Director Todd Wilkerson Dies | New https://lernersportsmarketing.com/ku-sports-management-undergraduate-program-director-todd-wilkerson-dies-new/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 22:45:00 +0000 https://lernersportsmarketing.com/ku-sports-management-undergraduate-program-director-todd-wilkerson-dies-new/ Todd Wilkerson, assistant professor and director of the undergraduate program at KU’s sports management department, has died aged 39. Wilkerson joined the University’s faculty in April 2022. Prior to joining, he completed his Ph.D. at the University of Arkansas and graduated with honors. Since April, Wilkerson had been in contact with countless students, faculty, and […]]]>

Todd Wilkerson, assistant professor and director of the undergraduate program at KU’s sports management department, has died aged 39.

Wilkerson joined the University’s faculty in April 2022. Prior to joining, he completed his Ph.D. at the University of Arkansas and graduated with honors.

Since April, Wilkerson had been in contact with countless students, faculty, and professors on campus. Wilkerson’s colleague and friend, Steve Dittmore, associate dean of the school of natural sciences at Baldwin Wallace University, said in a Posting on Twitter he had learned of his friend’s death.

“He worked hard and was kind to everyone he came in contact with,” Dittmore said. “We talked often, even a few days ago. He was so happy to be a teacher at [the KU Sport Management department]. Condolences to his family and students. »

While Wilkerson was attending the University of Arkansas, he contributed to a project called The Battle of the First Generation Student-Athletes. This program aims to help first-generation student-athletes acclimate to the middle of the college campus and advance their careers. He continued to contribute to this program until his death.

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Job Opportunities Offered by W88’s Sports Management Program https://lernersportsmarketing.com/job-opportunities-offered-by-w88s-sports-management-program/ Tue, 23 Aug 2022 11:03:44 +0000 https://lernersportsmarketing.com/job-opportunities-offered-by-w88s-sports-management-program/ “A lot of things are changing in the world,” said Jeremy Foley, who was the former sporting director of W88. Participating in sports is not a foolproof method of winning friends and fans from all walks of life. Watching them on television has become a pastime for an entire town. It is crucial for artists […]]]>

“A lot of things are changing in the world,” said Jeremy Foley, who was the former sporting director of W88. Participating in sports is not a foolproof method of winning friends and fans from all walks of life.

Watching them on television has become a pastime for an entire town. It is crucial for artists to keep up to date with changes in their fans’ behavior.

Earning a master’s degree in sports management will keep you competitive in today’s job market.

In addition to this, you will be able to provide a superior level of service to the athletes and teams you work with, while advancing your own professional development as a sports manager.

For example, you can work in this diverse field as an event planner, coach, accountant, or even in marketing. The possibilities are virtually endless. There is a demand for a wide range of professionals capable of fulfilling a variety of functions in majors and minors. Very important number: now upload the PAN card, driver’s license and other necessary documents by WhatsApp message on this number.

If you want to advance your career at W88 Mobile, you should consider earning an advanced degree in sports management from a school that offers programs with specializations such as athlete development or high performance coaching.

W88 conducted research to determine which sports leadership positions are most in demand.

  • Athlete Instruction Manual
  • Director of Physical Education and Recreation Director of Professional Athlete Training Coach
  • The President and CEO of the Business Development Division.
  • Director of Partnerships and Strategic Alliances for Corporate Enterprises Organizational Contracts Administrator Contracts Analyst is the job title.
  • The general manager of the establishment is the director of operations of the establishment.
  • Owner and operator of a gymnasium who is also the executive director of hospitality and customer experience and is responsible for organizing competitions and other activities
  • Athlete Advocate in Sports Marketing Sports Marketing Consultant Head of Marketing Operations Head of Representation and Public Information

As a professional in the field of sports administration, you have the opportunity to work in many types of sports settings, such as those found in professional, collegiate, and recreational sports. The sports organization run by W88 needs people with diverse talents in financial management, operational management and marketing, like any other sports organization. According to ICRA, India’s GDP growth is expected to peak at 13% in the first quarter of 2023 in the first quarter of fiscal 2023.

On the other hand, the peculiarities of his job are quite important for a sports manager to know. Because it allows you to specialize in the industry of your choice, holding a bachelor’s degree in sports management gives you an extra edge in the competitive job market.

Valuation techniques used in athletics can be applied by sports finance specialists to facilitate contract negotiations with players and suppliers. Marketing the W88 event to potential customers is more crucial than selling the goods.

There are many employees who work in marketing who are also responsible for coordinating the franchise’s external communications. An example of this responsibility is ensuring that local supporters participate in the club’s social media presence. For this reason, they require a unique set of skills not typically seen in the typical office setting.

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Former Houston Texans President Jamey Rootes Joins Rice’s Sports Management Department | Rice News | News and Media Relations https://lernersportsmarketing.com/former-houston-texans-president-jamey-rootes-joins-rices-sports-management-department-rice-news-news-and-media-relations/ Fri, 19 Aug 2022 16:07:31 +0000 https://lernersportsmarketing.com/former-houston-texans-president-jamey-rootes-joins-rices-sports-management-department-rice-news-news-and-media-relations/ Jamey Rootes, former president of the Houston Texans, has joined the Department of Sports Management at Rice University and will lead the new Hutchinson Leadership Initiative in Sport Analytics. The hiring of the seasoned sports executive, who had been with the Texans for more than two decades, is a game-changer for the department at Rice’s […]]]>

Jamey Rootes, former president of the Houston Texans, has joined the Department of Sports Management at Rice University and will lead the new Hutchinson Leadership Initiative in Sport Analytics.

The hiring of the seasoned sports executive, who had been with the Texans for more than two decades, is a game-changer for the department at Rice’s School of Social Sciences, said Clark Haptonstall, chair and professor in practice for the department.

James Rootes

“I have known Jamey since 2003 and have seen the passion he has for teaching and mentoring,” Haptonstall said. “His knowledge of the sports industry and extensive network of contacts will be invaluable to Rice.”

In addition to managing the sports analytics initiative, Rootes’ responsibilities will include teaching up to three courses per semester.

“I am honored to have the opportunity to serve the incredible sports management students at Rice University,” Rootes said. “I look forward to working with the outstanding faculty to help develop the next generation of leaders in the sports industry.”

Haptonstall said it’s rare for sports management departments to attract such high-profile faculty, which gives Rice’s program a competitive edge.

“Hiring people with industry experience has always been very important to our department – if you look at the faculty we have and add up the amount of hands-on experience in the sports industry, it’s over 100 years,” Haptonstall said. “His decades of work in professional sports will make Jamey a valuable addition to our department and our students will benefit immensely.”

During Rootes’ tenure with the Texans, the team won numerous accolades, including multiple Crystal Awards from the Houston Chapter of the American Marketing Association and, most recently, two American Business Awards for Excellence in Marketing. The team has sold out 185 consecutive home games at some point during his tenure – a record for an NFL team from Houston.

Rootes also developed and served as president of Lone Star Sports & Entertainment, a sports management agency associated with the Texans that was a catalyst for some of Houston’s most significant sporting events, including an annual college football game and numerous games. international football.

Rootes earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Clemson University and an MBA from Indiana University in Bloomington.

“I am thrilled to have Jamey join our growing Sport Analytics program,” said Dean of Social Sciences, Rachel Kimbro. “I look forward to the exciting opportunities ahead for our students.”

More information about Rice’s Sports Management Department is available online at https://sport.rice.edu/ .

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Sports management grad student starts career at ESPN https://lernersportsmarketing.com/sports-management-grad-student-starts-career-at-espn/ Thu, 18 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://lernersportsmarketing.com/sports-management-grad-student-starts-career-at-espn/ Alyssa Pasniewski ’23 MS is applying what she learned in the classroom and as a graduate assistant for Charger Athletics to her new role at ESPN, where she is responsible for managing television programming for regions around the world. August 18, 2022 By Renee Chmiel, Office of Marketing and Communications Alyssa Pasniewski ’23 MS is […]]]>

Alyssa Pasniewski ’23 MS is applying what she learned in the classroom and as a graduate assistant for Charger Athletics to her new role at ESPN, where she is responsible for managing television programming for regions around the world.

August 18, 2022

By Renee Chmiel, Office of Marketing and Communications

Alyssa Pasniewski ’23 MS is International Programming Coordinator for ESPN.

As a graduate assistant for sports communications at the University, Alyssa Pasniewski ’23 MS attends several Chargers games a week, balancing her classes and responsibilities and honing her time management skills. She is now applying those skills to planning television schedules in her new role at ESPN.

Earlier this summer, Pasniewski, a candidate in the University’s sports management graduate program, began her role as international programming coordinator for ESPN. Focusing on the Caribbean and Pacific regions – which includes New Zealand and Australia – she plans and organizes TV programming for ESPN and ESPN2 in each region.

“I love learning about sports at the international level,” Pasniewski said. “Yes, US-based sports teams and organizations are resonating overseas, but seeing what sports we don’t know about in the US that are popular around the world is cool. ESPN has a deal in the Caribbean with cricket, for example. Other than that, I didn’t have much TV experience, so every day so far has been filled with learning.

“How certain decisions would affect business results”

As part of his role, Pasniewski uses media rights contracts to decide which events to broadcast, selecting games based on league schedules while respecting media rights. She is also responsible for managing schedule changes, such as those due to weather conditions or updated start times. His athletic assignments include Major League Baseball, National Football League, and NCAA Championships.

Alyssa Pasniewski '23.
Alyssa Pasniewski ’23.

Pasniewski says it was his stint as a loader that helped ensure a smooth transition into his role at ESPN. As a graduate assistant working under Dan Ruede, Associate Director of Sports for Strategic Communications, and collaborating with administrators and other graduate assistants, she developed her strategic thinking skills – which she says has already been invaluable in his new role.

“In all my classes at the University, I learned to think about how certain decisions would affect business outcomes and certain audiences,” she explains. “This comes into effect when planning, especially when planning for the Pacific region, because there is such a dramatic difference in time zones. Also, when choosing events, the common goal is always the audience, so critical thinking and decision-making about what to broadcast and whether it will attract the most viewers always comes into play.”

“Relationships are what allow you to navigate the field”

Although passionate about her career in professional sports, Pasniewski originally planned to follow a different path. After graduating from high school, she decided to study pharmacy. But as an undergrad at the University of Rhode Island, she decided sports management was a better match. She changed majors and started writing for the school newspaper, calling it one of the “best decisions” she ever made.

Pasniewski went on to pursue her training in sports management at the University of New Haven, a choice that helped position her for her current role at ESPN. In particular, she is grateful for her relationships with her professors, which helped prepare her to excel in the field.

“The guidance and support from the teachers in the sports management program is invaluable,” she said. “Professors Ceyda Mumcu, Al Carbone and Rob Holub were all very resourceful and likeable people who want young professionals like me to succeed. What you learn in the classroom about the sports industry and leadership is very important, but it’s the relationships that allow you to navigate the field at the end of the program.

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