Global Career Ideas for Active Lifestyles


Moving abroad can be eye-opening, invaluable, and challenging. Transitioning into life in a different country is not without its obstacles. Assimilation may be a slow process, depending on the languages spoken and various cultural differences between your old and new …

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Sport Management Master’s Students Explore Indianapolis Sport Industry

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Dr. David Skirvin’s Financial Analysis in Sport class took a break from the classroom last Friday, October 27. I, along with other fellow graduate students, took an educational field trip to Indianapolis to visit several prominent sport venues and organizations. …

By Trent Pennington
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Business Etiquette in Other Parts of the World


Business etiquette can build or weaken relationships in a professional setting. Although there are some similarities, people across the world deal differently with colleagues or partners at their workplace. Knowing differences in business etiquette in different regions of the world …

By Trishnee Bhurosy
Trishnee Bhurosy Student Ambassador - Blog Editor Trishnee Bhurosy
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Find Your Elevator Pitch!

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How best can you craft your personal introduction during an interview or when networking in a professional setting? Under most circumstances, you have from thirty seconds to one minute to share your expertise and credentials in the best way to …

By Trishnee Bhurosy
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Sport & Business Internship


How vital is an internship?  It is extremely important, especially with the goal of graduating with a sport marketing and management degree.  Working in sport is a challenge and to be successful in the industry getting a valuable internship is …

By Neil Patel
Neil Patel Student Ambassador - Blog Co-Editor Neil Patel
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