The Southern Methodist University (SMU) Sport Management program is teaming with Snodgrass Partners, an established sports consulting and recruiting firm, to provide the intercollegiate athletics industry with a unique set of industry topics via webinar.
Registered guests will learn from the guest speakers on a wide variety of topics targeting the intercollegiate athletics industry and the current COVID-19 environment in which we are all living. The webinar subject matter will include niche looks at important issues facing today’s college athletics leaders including Academic Progress Rate (APR), Administrative/Coach relationships, and preparing for talent needs when the future of sports in America (and beyond) gains some much-needed clarity.
Webinars are moderated by Peter Davis, SMU adjunct professor who teaches Case Studies in Sports Sponsorship. Davis is an accomplished marketing leader specializing in the development and growth of strategic corporate partnerships in the sports and entertainment
Tuesday, June 2
Navigating APR and Grad Rates in the COVID-19 Environment
Tuesday, June 9
Leadership Models for Ambiguous Environments
Tuesday, June 16
New Thinking in Athletic Department Marketing/External Relations
Tuesday, June 23
Sports Jobs Will Re-emerge…Be Ready!
Steve Snodgrass, Founder of Snodgrass Partners Sports Recruiting and Advisors and Ron Prettyman, a 40-year veteran AD and NCAA administrator
Tuesday, June 30
The Importance of Focus and Prioritization
Tuesday, July 7
Building Trust is More Critical Than Ever
Tuesday, July 14
Legal Perspective of NIL and Student-Athlete Compensation
Tuesday, July 21
Cultivate a Path to Increased Giving from Former Student-Athletes
Brett Fuller, VP of Partnerships for Athlete Network
New name, image, and likeness legislation and other potential changes to limits on athlete compensation will present a number of issues for athletic departments. Learn about the coming changes and how you can minimize the financial and administrative burdens associated with them.
Tuesday, July 28
Understanding Personnel – Screening for Success
Darren Dupriest, CEO of Validity Screening