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Conversations with Faculty

Tune in for Conversations with Faculty, featuring Columbia University Sports Management lecturers discussing current trends, strategies, and innovations across the business of sports. Conversations with Faculty also previews course topics from our broad, industry-focused curriculum with Columbia's expert faculty.

Conversation with Pamela Wheeler

In this session, Scott Rosner, program director and professor of Professional Practice, talked to Pamela Wheeler, founding director of the Women's National Basketball Players Association (WNBPA) and lecturer in the Sports Management program.

Conversation with Grant Son

Senior Lecturer in the Discipline of Sports Management Grant Son speaks with Program Director Scott Rosner about his 30-year career in sports entrepreneurship and marketing as well as his role in the program's Supervised Research Projects. For the spring 2022 semester, Son advised students working with the NFL on name, image, and likeness policy.

Conversation with Steven Angel and Josh Orenstein

Sports Management Lecturers Steven Angel and Josh Orenstein discussed sports analytics with Program Director Scott Rosner. Angel is the senior VP of Game Analytics and Strategy at the National Basketball Association and teaches Basketball Analytics and the Fundamentals of Sports Analytics. Orenstein is the director of Basketball Strategy & Analytics and senior data scientist at the National Basketball Association.

Conversation with Jacqueline Bartolomeo

Lecturer and alumna Jackie Bartolomeo conversed with Program Director Scott Rosner about the program's new community service requirement, the Community Leadership and Service Program (CLASP). Beginning fall 2022, CLASP will pair Sports Management M.S. students with 501(c)(3) nonprofit sports organizations.