Looking to the future, students talk with representatives from over colleges and universities across the United States.
Matthew Volk, Director of Programming and Acquisitions for ESPN, speaks to Sports Management students about how ESPN creates content, the purpose of it’s multiple platforms, and how the sports media outlet interacts with players, teams, and journalists.
Sports Management students discuss freedom of speech in a work setting through the EXPLO Collaborative Discussion Method. This method allows students to not only facilitate discussion themselves, but to also make academic connections and summarize important points made throughout the process.
In a series of timed mini games, teams compete against each other to win the most events.
Students explore New York City and see its skyline from iconic viewpoints such as the One World Trade observation deck and the Statue of Liberty.
Students zipline, jump, and climb their way through an aerial endurance course.
EXPLO Sports Management students explore the fan experience at Gillette Stadium (also home of the New England Patriots) during a New England Revolution soccer match. Earlier this week, students spoke with Dan Courtemanche, Executive Vice President, Communications of Major League Soccer, who framed some of the marketing challenges posed to the sport in the United States.
For Halloween in July, students don their best costumes and face paint to compete for one of five costume categories: funniest, scariest, most creative, best group, and best overall costume.
At Halloween in July, students don their best costumes and face paint to compete for one of five costume categories: funniest, scariest, most creative, best group, and best overall costume.
Students role-play as agents, athletes, and companies as they take on the challenge of negotiating with one another in real-life scenarios.