Sport Administration graduate students assisted with SEC Football Championship festivities on December 5-6, 2014. Students helped in the set up and execution of the Regions Bank SEC Coaches Luncheon and AT&T Legends Dinner at the Hyatt Regency. The Coaches Luncheon was an opportunity for fans to hear from the Alabama and Missouri head coaches and… more »
The Power of Passion:
Last weekend I hosted the doctoral students and their families for an end of the semester celebration. During the course of the evening, I overheard a very passionate exchange between two men – one was a student and the other a spouse – about working out, the pros and… more »
For athletics graduate assistants and interns in Georgia State University’s Sports Administration program, there is just as much action going on outside the lines as on the field at the Georgia Dome on a football game day.
The graduate assistants (GAs) are full time students in the Sports Administration Master’s program within the more »
The average adult needs more than two hours and 30 minutes for physical activity every week, including aerobic and muscle-building activities, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Two and a half hours sounds like a long time, but luckily, working out doesn’t always have to be in a gym, and… more »
Dr. Rebecca Ellis is part of an interdisciplinary research team led by Dr. Holley Wilkin (GSU-Department of Communication) and Dr. Candace Rutt (CDC-Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity) that recently received a GSU/CDC Collaborative Seed Grant ($50,000 for year 1) for the project, “Individual and Community Health in Low Income Neighborhoods: An Evaluation of… more »