University Teaching in Sport Management

University Teaching in Sport Management

This is a workshop focusing on university teaching in Sport Management. It includes two sessions with six 20-minutes presentations followed by a final discussion inviting the presenters and all delegates attending to take part.

Session 1

Nurturing Creativity in Sport Management Education
C.A. Costa, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Recreation Sport and Tourism, Champaign, USA
B.C. Green, University of Texas at Austin, Kinesiology and Health Education, Austin, USA
C.M. Daprano, University of Dayton, Health & Sport Science, Dayton, USA

A comparison of sport management study programs at Austrian universities
F. Kerschbaum, University of Applied Sciences Kufstein, Sport Culture and Event Management, Kufstein, Austria
M. Redl, Integrated Consulting Group, Public Sector Division, Vienna, Austria

International sport and development: A course for sport management majors
D. Kluka, Barry University, Sport and Exercise Sciences, Miami Shores Florida, USA
A. Goslin, University of Pretoria, Biokinetics Sport and Leisure Sciences, Pretoria, South Africa

Professional competencies in university sport management graduates
P. Love, Grambling State University, Kinesiology Sport and Leisure Studies, Ruston Louisiana, USA
D. Kluka, Barry University, Sport and Exercise Sciences, Miami Shores Florida, USA

Session 2

Using cross-institution student presentations to internationalise the sport management curriculum
E. Sherry, La Trobe University, Centre for Sport and Social Impact, Bundoora, Australia
D. de Haan, University of Worcester, Institute of Sport and Exercise Science, Worcester, United Kingdom

Connecting American and European classrooms through online collaboration
A.R. Zipp, SUNY Cortland, SPORT MANAGEMENT, Cortland NY, USA
S.R. Zipp, SUNY Cortland, SPORT MANAGEMENT, Cortland NY, USA
J. Rubin, SUNY Purchase, COIL Center, Purchase NY, USA

Final discussion










18th EASM Conference

7 - 10 September 2011
Madrid, Spain