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James Strode – Sport Management Education Journal, 2024
Many universities focus on improving pedagogy through training sessions related to technology and assessment. However, what is missing is an emphasis on the humanistic side of teaching, specifically emphasizing empathy in the classroom. This essay makes an argument for faculty to employ empathy in their teaching. Empathy is a learned behavior that…
Descriptors: Empathy, College Faculty, Athletics, Administration
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Molly Hayes Sauder; Jaime R. Deluca – Sport Management Education Journal, 2024
Diversity and inclusion are identified as necessary for enhancing the sport industry. Undergraduate sport management programs play an important role in educating aspiring sport professionals with respect to these topics. However, the literature indicates that sport management education can improve with respect to this work. Therefore, the purpose…
Descriptors: Disabilities, Civil Rights Legislation, Federal Legislation, Diversity
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Megan C. Hekkema; Melinda Hall; Deborah A. Pascoe – Sport Management Education Journal, 2024
To prepare sport management students, curricula should align with industry. Given recent changes in sport management, the first step in aligning curricula with industry is to review current curricula. This study reviewed Australian sport management curricula using content analysis of the Common Professional Components based on the Commission on…
Descriptors: Athletics, Management Development, Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Study
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William Crossan; Jan Šíma; Brendan Dwyer – Sport Management Education Journal, 2024
This case provides students with an opportunity to observe RunCzech, a historically successful sport event organization, as they navigate a crisis and strive to satisfy all stakeholders, with emphasis on the sponsor stakeholders. Students are familiarized with the challenges facing RunCzech and their corresponding response. The event organizers…
Descriptors: Marketing, Athletics, Stakeholders, Emergency Programs
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Nicholas Swim; Regina Presley; Erica Thompson – Sport Management Education Journal, 2024
In today's technology-driven society, it is vital for students to be well prepared in digital competency when entering the workforce. More than ever, employers are seeking students with a clear understanding of digital literacy, especially in the sport management industry where the workforce has been quick to evolve and engage with new digital…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Technology Integration, Athletics, Digital Literacy
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Ashley Gardner; Adam Love – Sport Management Education Journal, 2024
Thousands of students graduate from academic sport management programs annually with hopes of breaking into the sport industry. However, securing full-time employment becomes a challenge for many sport management graduates. To examine the transitional period in which graduates seek employment, the current study interviewed people who had recently…
Descriptors: Athletics, Business Administration Education, Industry, Employment
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Tiffany Demiris; Chad Seifried – Sport Management Education Journal, 2024
The present study aimed to explain archival research and demonstrate its relevance as a distinct research method to include in sport management research methods course instruction. The current essay implicitly shows how archival research can complement other research methods and possibly improve upon their limitations. Furthermore, the study…
Descriptors: Athletics, Business Administration Education, Research Methodology, Archives
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Samuel M. Clevenger; Jaime R. DeLuca – Sport Management Education Journal, 2024
Journaling assignments are generative practices for the sport management classroom because they can help students process course content through self-reflection and relate their acquired knowledge to their experiences and worldviews. This essay presents journaling as an example of contemplative pedagogy, an educational technique that supports the…
Descriptors: Student Journals, Athletics, Business Administration Education, Reflection
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Kurt C. Mayer; Alan L. Morse; Yash Padhye – Sport Management Education Journal, 2024
The current exploratory study determined the prevalence of the sport management academic degree being offered in top-ranked institutions as based on "U.S. News & World Report" rankings. A focus on the differences of bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees being offered, or not offered, was placed on national universities and…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Institutional Characteristics, Reputation, Athletics
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Sullivan Murphy; Dawn E. Trussell; Mackayla Petrie; Brooklyn Groves; Shannon Kerwin – Sport Management Education Journal, 2024
This manuscript shares insights on the process of creating and operating a student-led equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) club centered in a sport management program through five reflective stories (i.e., three students and two faculty members). Sport Helps Everyone Make Allies is a student-led EDI club created at one of the largest…
Descriptors: Females, Social Differences, College Students, College Faculty
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Lauren Beasley; Amy E. Cox; Robin Hardin – Sport Management Education Journal, 2024
Mental health is an emerging area of interest in sport, but there is a paucity of educational initiatives in sport management curricula to train the next generation of sport managers to address the mental health needs of athletes, a type of knowledge that the mental health literature operationalizes as mental health literacy. One goal of…
Descriptors: Accreditation (Institutions), Mental Health, Administrator Education, Athletic Coaches
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Dominique C. Kropp; Sarah E. Tackett; Christopher M. Brown – Sport Management Education Journal, 2024
In the field of sport management, students are often taught the importance of networking with professionals in the industry as they progress through their degrees, in order to enhance employment opportunities. Prior research has indicated that within the sport industry, professionals often hire individuals whom they have connected with on a…
Descriptors: Athletics, Business Administration Education, Career Development, Career Readiness
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Dane-Staples, Emily – Sport Management Education Journal, 2023
A foundational component of sport management education is to prepare students for future employment. Research surveying employers indicated that they seek graduates with three broad types of skills: applied knowledge skills, effective relationship abilities, and workplace. Unfortunately, research also indicates that current employers are finding…
Descriptors: Athletics, Business Administration Education, Job Training, Career Readiness
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Pierce, David; Johnson, James; Miller, John; Downs, Benjamin – Sport Management Education Journal, 2023
Sport management is a rapidly changing and highly competitive field. With over 200 graduate and over 400 undergraduate degree programs in the United States, faculty are tasked with regular assessment of their program's curriculum to ensure that students graduate with the knowledge, skills, values, and opportunities that make them marketable in a…
Descriptors: Athletics, Business Administration Education, Content Analysis, Graduate Study
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Hwang, Jaeyeon; Kim, Jin – Sport Management Education Journal, 2023
This study examined how college students' gender and prior participation in esports affect their perceptions of esports and esports academic programs. After collecting data from college students (N = 162), data were analyzed using 2 × 2 factorial analysis of variance to compare the influence of esports participation, gender, and the interaction…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Attitudes, Athletics, Electronic Learning
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