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School of Sport, Recreation, and Tourism Management

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Marketable Craft

October 29, 2021

Students learn wine and craft beverage management in new School of Sport, Recreation, and Tourism Management class. Read more...
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‘Rewarding Experience’

October 7, 2021

Recent Sport Management grad Hunter Kelly helped the Washington Nationals stay in play during the pandemic. Read more...
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Royal Promotion

September 15, 2021

Alumnus Dayton Moore, who received his bachelor’s degree in physical education and master’s degree in athletic administration (sport management), has been elevated to team president for baseball operations of the Kansas City Royals. Read more...
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SRTM Adds Two New Degrees

September 10, 2021

The School of Sport, Recreation, and Tourism Management (SRTM) will now offer bachelor of science degrees in sport management and recreation management. Read more...
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Learning to Adapt

September 7, 2021

CEHD preparing tourism, events management and hospitality students for new challenges amid pandemic and effects of climate change. Read more...
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Lofty Goals

July 23, 2021

Sport management alum and Olympic track and field gold medalist David Verburg hoping to qualify for 2024 Olympic Games representing Team USA in rugby. Read more...
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Industry Experts

July 22, 2021

Professors in School of Sport, Recreation, and Tourism Management provide insight on a variety of international topics to personal finance website WalletHub. Read more...
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Refugee to World Champ

July 21, 2021

Sport management adjunct professor Soolmaz Abooali, an Iranian refugee, is a world champion and 14-time U.S. champion in karate. Read more...
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Regaining Form

July 20, 2021

Sport Management and Kinesiology Professor Margaret Jones says gradual steps should be taken to get back in shape after the pandemic. Read more...
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Legal Impact

July 15, 2021

Supreme Court ruling against NCAA is limited in scope according to Sport Management Associate Professor Craig Esherick. Read more...