We are now less than 1 WEEK from BEA 2017. With your sports interest in mind, we have designed a very attractive line-up of panels that you might be interested in. In addition to the panels, we are also planning to take our annual "field trip" to tour the VSiN Network Tuesday at 7 PM. … Continue reading 1 Week Away
The University of Alabama is conducting a search for an Instructor in Sports Communication. You can see the job description here. Please consider applying, or forward to any colleagues that you feel might be a good fit for this. Feel free to contact Dr. Michael Bruce (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have additional questions.
Call for panelists: Michael Bruce is looking to put together a panel of BEA members for the SVG College Sports Summit in Atlanta, May 31 - June 2nd. The working title is SVG/BEA FastBreak: Recruiting, Training and Managing Student Crews. This would be a BEA Ignite styled panel where panelists present their tips for collaboration … Continue reading Call for panelists for 2017 SVG College Sports Summit
Sports Division, It's time to prepare panel proposals for the 2017 national convention in Las Vegas which will be held April 22-26. The website is open, and you can submit your information now: BEA2017 Submission Site deadlines are as follow: September 15th: Panel submission deadline (Call for Panels link) December 1st : Paper submission deadline & Research Symposium deadline (Call for Papers Link) December … Continue reading Deadline for BEA Sports Division Panel Proposals Set
The BEA Paper submission window is now open. Deadline for paper submission s.is December 1st. While the deadline seems distant, we all know how quickly time flies when the semester begins. We are hoping to significantly increase the number of paper submissions this year, so I encourage you to get an early jump on the procesx. … Continue reading BEA Sports Division Paper Submissions Now Open
Andrew Billings shares some of his insights on the power of sports media as part of the Ted Talks series. Beautifully details why we do what we do as sports media scholars and professionals.