With the 2015 Careers in Sport Symposium approaching (tomorrow, 9/26), the Department of Sport Management and Media wishes to announce our 2015 Award Recipients, which recognizes outstanding alumni, alumnae, and industry contacts. Department of Sport Management and Media Award Recipients Distinguished Alumnus/na Award (10+ years) Sandra Brumer • Sport Management, 1998 • Current Position: Chief […]

It’s time for our annual Careers in Sport Symposium. Any and all campus and community members are invited to stop by Saturday, September 26th starting at 8:15 a.m. in Textor Hall. Below are some details about this year’s event: What: This year’s Symposium — which coincides with Alumni Weekend — will feature two rounds of […]

Brock Winter ’12 was recently quoted in an NBA.com piece discussing his involvement with the Erik Spoelstra Basketball Academy. The former Sport Management major serves as associate director for the Miami Heat head coach’s academy. “The Kids Game: Why Erik Spoelstra’s Basketball Academy Matters” If you’re reading this, you probably love the NBA. If not, […]

By Miles Surrey ’15 As the Washington Wizards 2014–15 regular season schedule is released to the public, fans of the team mark their calendars for the biggest matchups of the year. With 41 games at the Verizon Center in Chinatown, supporters have a plethora of opportunities to travel to downtown D.C. by car, train or […]

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Graduate Sport Administration program will host an open house on Thursday, October 9th to promote the program and associated opportunities. The session will take place at 6:00 p.m. at John W. Pope Stadium Box. Interested students will have the opportunity to learn about the program and interact […]

Dr. Stephen Mosher, Sport Studies professor/coordinator, was quoted in a recent ESPN.com piece written by Ithaca College alum Andrew Marchand ’96. “Are fans giving the Mets a free pass?” explores the fan culture and allegiances to underperforming professional teams. Commenting on how fans chose the Mets over the Yankees, Dr. Mosher states: “The first Mets […]

The Sport Management and Media Department extends a congratulations to Gavin Cote ’12 (Sport Media) for being the first alum from our majors to be featured in the Ithaca College READY series. Currently, Gavin serves as an associate producer at ESPN. “I wouldn’t have gotten my foot in the door at ESPN without the background […]

The Sport Management and Media Department cordially invites all of our alumni/ae and current students to a gathering at Boston Beer Works on Monday, July 28th. Details below: When: Monday, July 28th // 6:00 p.m. to ???? Where: Boston Beer Works (112 Canal Street location) Questions: Please contact either Annemarie Farrell (afarrell@ithaca.edu) or Kyle Woody […]

By Sam Coppola ’14 The Beginning: “You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You’re on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the one who’ll decide where to go . . . ” Everyone’s heard the story of […]

By John Harriss ’15 “Your work is going to fill a large part of your life and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to great work is to love what you do.” — Steve Jobs, Stanford University commencement ceremony, June 12th, […]

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