Sports Management News
Neal Pilson, an adjunct professor for the Master of Science in Sports Management program and president of CBS Sports for 13 years, has been inducted into the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame.
During an interview at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies Sports Management Conference on November 14, Barstool Sports CEO Erika Nardini revealed that she wants to keep the site’s top two stars, Dan “Big Cat” Katz and Eric “PFT Commenter” Sollenberger, “at Barstool for as long as is humanly possible.”
Sports teams discounting concessions to lure fans to games “speaks to the incredible amount of competition that exists for consumer share of mind and wallet,” says Sports Management Academic Director Scott Rosner.
Sports Management faculty Scott Rosner and Carla Varriale have weighed-in on the social media firestorm swirling around Nike’s new ad featuring Colin Kaepernick.
The alliance between Nike and Colin Kaepernick, former pro athlete and full-time social justice advocate, appears to be a corporate action made with the legitimate intent to do what is just without regard to the bottom line, according to Sports Management Senior Lecturer Len Elmore.
In his first public interview since serving as vice chancellor and director of athletics at the University of Tennessee, Master of Science in Sports Management faculty member John Currie sat down with AthleticDirectorU to discuss the importance of integrity, transparency, and never compromising your values in today’s NCAA leadership climate.
The Master of Science in Construction Administration and Sports Management programs at Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies recently cohosted a panel on The Modern Sports Complex: Building With Purpose.
Students from a range of SPS master’s programs, including Applied Analytics, Enterprise Risk Management, Nonprofit Management, Sports Management, Strategic Communication, and Sustainability Management, recently entered the Gender Diversity Innovation Challenge, sponsored by Nasdaq and Parity.org.
Should college athletes be paid? Sports Management faculty member Len Elmore debates against the motion in a recent Intelligence Squared debate.
Sports Management faculty member Bret Myers, Ph.D. was recently featured in the Washington Post in a story about the increasing prominence of data analytics in international soccer.
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