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Business & Economy

Sport Management Professor Receives Grants to Study 2018 Winter Olympics Youth Viewership

Wednesday, October 18, 2017, By Michele Barrett

With final preparations underway for the 2018 Winter Olympics, scheduled to begin Feb. 9  in PyeongChang, South Korea, Falk College Assistant Professor of Sport Management Jamie Jeeyoon Kim is researching the negotiation of motivation and constraints in young people’s decision making…

Washington Post

Conservative Views in Sporting World

Monday, October 2, 2017, By Sawyer Kamman

With the anthem protests at the forefront, politics and sports may have never been so intertwined. For the Washington Post, Maxwell School and Political Science Professor Emily Thorson wrote of this clash, and how the conservative nature of the sporting…

Sports Business Daily

Could America Ever Produce a Sports “Super Club?”

Wednesday, September 20, 2017, By Sawyer Kamman

As soccer clubs in Europe like FC Barcelona begin to rake in over $750 million dollars a year, Falk College Sports Management Professor Rick Burton looked into if this kind of growth, and revenue, for Sports Business Daily, and if…

Campus & Community

Sports Club Activity Fair Sept. 5

Friday, September 1, 2017, By Rachel Friedman

On Tuesday, Sept. 5, the Department of Recreation Services will host the Sports Club Activity Fair at Flanagan Gymnasium from 5:30-8 p.m. Representatives from a diverse offering of more than 50 clubs will be available to answer questions about the…

Campus & Community

College Students Pay Just $1 Daily Admission for Remainder of State Fair, Free Transportation Provided by SU

Wednesday, August 30, 2017, By News Staff

In recognition of New York State’s world-class colleges and universities, the State Fair will offer college students $1 admission with a valid school identification beginning Wednesday and running through Labor Day. The promotion is one of four Special Fair Days…

Athletic Business

How to protect your sports trademarks

Saturday, August 5, 2017, By Ellen Mbuqe

Falk faculty members John Wolohan, Jeeyoon Kim and Patrick Walsh write for Athletic Business on how businesses can protect their trademarks. “Since companies, teams and organizations work hard and spend a lot of money to develop the right image, it is…

Campus & Community

Public Exhibition at SyracuseCoE Explains Transportation Alternatives for CNY

Monday, June 19, 2017, By Kerrie Marshall

The public is invited to a presentation of a “Feasibility Assessment of Sustainable Transportation (FAST): Syracuse,” a recent study on sustainable transportation alternatives for Central New York. The findings of FAST: Syracuse will be shared in a research and technology forum…

Media, Law & Policy

NBA Players Become Newhouse Students as Part of Annual Sportscaster U. Program

Wednesday, June 7, 2017, By Wendy S. Loughlin

The Newhouse School was the site of the 10th annual Sportscaster U. June 2-5, when seven current and former NBA players came to campus to train for careers in sports broadcasting. Sportscaster U., hosted by the National Basketball Players Association (NBPA)…

Campus & Community

Sport Clubs Student-Athletes Achieve Significant Success

Wednesday, June 7, 2017, By Shannon Andre

More than 1,400 students dedicate countless hours to practice, travel and games through their involvement in sport club teams during the academic just completed. This year, 49 registered teams with the Department of Recreation Services competed across the country, with…

Athletic Business

Do youth sports leagues need to protect their fans from assault?

Friday, May 5, 2017, By Ellen Mbuqe

Attorney and Sports Law professor John Wolohan writes for Athletic Business if youth sports leagues need to protect their fans from assault? In the article he writes: “According to the National Alliance for Youth Sports (NAYS), youth sports provide a…