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Sport Industry Panel

The Sports Management Department hosted "Getting and Keeping a Job
in the Sports Industry," March 9, 2015 at the University of New Haven.
The panel featured Brian Morton, Manager of Talent Acquisition at ESPN,
Sean Cleary, HR Director at WWE and Joe Franco, Chairman/CEO of HIRED!
Education LLC.

Women in Sport Panel 

 The College of Business and the Sport Management Department hosted
a panel discussion titled "Similar Journey and the Same Obstacles?"
featuring Dr. Donna Lopiano, Rosa Gatti, Michelle Wilson and Patricia Meiser. 

Analytics in Sport Industry 

A panel of sports industry professional speak on the topic of how analytics are handled and valued in the field.

Why a Career in Sport Management?

 This video features Gil Fried, J.D., chair of Sport Management in the University of New Haven's College of Business. Fried discusses Why you should consider a career in Sport Management.

Why the M.S. in Sport Management Program Ranks Nation-Wide?


This video features Gil Fried, J.D., chair of Sport Management in the University of New Haven's College of Business. Fried brags just a little about the UNH MS in Sport Management's recent high ranking. 

Who studies Sport Management?

This video features Gil Fried, J.D., chair of Sport Management in the University of New Haven's College of Business. Fried speaks about where some of the Sport Management students come from and what types of skills they use the most.

Jobs for Sport Management Students

This video features Gil Fried, J.D., chair of Sport Management in the University of New Haven's College of Business. Fried speaks about where some of the Sport Management students come from and what types of skills they use the most.  

Meet Professor Gil

This video features Gil Fried, J.D., chair of Sport Management in the University of New Haven's College of Business. Fried speaks on his background and qualifications to teach at University of New Haven.