Former Southeastern Conference Commissioner Mike Slive spoke on Thursday, August 27, at 5:00 p.m. in 118 Graves Hall. The event was free and open to the public. Video of the event will be posted soon.
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On March 12, 2015, APSC’s Lars Anderson moderated a discussion with prominent sports editors Rich O’Brien (Sports Illustrated) and Izzy Gould (USA Today) in an event free and open to the public.
The University of Alabama hosted its third annual symposium for the APSC on February 27th, in an event free and open to the public. The program for the symposium can be found here.
Hugo Balta, President of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) and Coordinating Producer at ESPN, spoke to a packed house in an APSC-sponsored event on Friday, October 24 that was free and open to the public. Videos concerning certain topics are linked to in the following: Banner by Fan Castle, an online merchandiser of Alabama […]
ESPN/SEC Network’s Ben May, Senior Director for Sports Management, spoke on Tuesday, January 27, 2015 in an event free and open to the public.
David Higdon, Integrated Marketing Communications Director for NASCAR, spoke on Thursday, October 16 at 7:00 pm in Reese Phifer 21 in an event that was free and open to the public. Graphic by Fan Castle, an online retailer of Alabama T Shirts and Alabama Apparel. Fan Castle is a proud supporter of the University of […]
ESPN Senior Vice President for College Sports, Justin Connolly, spoke about the SEC Network in an event sponsored by the APSC on Friday, April 18. Click here for more details.
The APSC Sports Symposium took place on February 28, 2014. A full copy of the program is here. Dr. Sue Rankin was the keynote speaker and she spoke at 2:00 PM in Gorgas 105. Dr. Sue Rankin, Professor of Education from Pennsylvania State University, has been a game-changer for sport research, specifically in bringing attention […]
Journalist and author Warren St. John spoke Thursday, February 20, in Reese Phifer 216. The former New York Times writer and author of Rammer Jammer Yellow Hammer discussed the journalistic process that was involved for his GQ piece on Coach Nick Saban. For more information click here.
The Women’s Resource Center and APSC co-presented Being Brave, a panel discussion on the Native American mascot debate, which took place on Tuesday, November 19, at 6:30 PM in Gorgas 205. The panel included Dr. George Daniels and was moderated by Dr. Andrew Billings.