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International dispute resolution is complex and constantly evolving due to the fast pace of the global economy and technological innovation. The Second Annual Schiefelbein Global Dispute Resolution Conference will convene top lawyers, counsel for global corporations, internationally-recognized arbitrators and mediators, academics, and leaders at arbitration institutions to engage in discussions on timely issues in international dispute resolution.
Global Sport Institute CEO & Professor, Kenneth Shropshire will moderate a dynamic panel of speakers on the topic of resolutions to international disputes in sport. Details and panel below:
Resolving International Sports Disputes
Kenneth Shropshire, CEO & Professor, Global Sport Institute | Arizona State University, Scottsdale, United States (moderator)
Ray Anderson, Vice President for University Athletics | Arizona State University, Tempe, United States
Jeff Benz, Arbitrator/Mediator/Barrister | JAMS/4 New Square, London, United Kingdom
Despina Mavromati, Attorney | SportLegis, Lausanne, Switzerland
Louise Reilly, Barrister & Arbitrator | Bar of Ireland, Dublin, Ireland
Global Sport Institute invites ASU community to explore topics around our 2019 - 2020 academic theme, Sport and the Body, at our monthly cross-talk, hosted with NOEL (Nutrition, Obesity, Exercise, and Lifestyle) of the AZ Wellbeing Commons.
All ASU faculty and graduate students welcome to enjoy a complimentary lunch and participate in the faculty cross talk. Bring any and all research and/or project ideas to share with others and find collaborations with other faculty, scholars, and practitioners.
About Faculty Cross Talks:
Global Sport Institute hosts faculty cross talks provide opportunities for faculty, graduate students, and other interested scholars and practitioners to meet and exchange ideas relevant to sport research and projects. The general format includes a catered lunch, 1-2 speakers, Q & A, and a designated time and format for idea-exchange.
Questions? Email Kendall Jones, (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The nutrition, obesity, exercise and lifestyle division encompasses partnerships across the state to improve the health and wellbeing of Arizona. We will bring ideas together to develop interventions that are multi-sector, multi-institutional and multi-level collaborations. We will pay special attention to health disparities and use innovative strategies to monitor, promote and evaluate behaviors across the lifespan. Our goal is to disseminate the work we conduct and obtain large scale grants to fund our efforts (e.g., R01, Center grants, training grants).
Global Sport Institute is heading to SXSW 2020 to host a dynamic conversation on Empowering the Athlete in the Post-Sport Journey.
Collegiate and professional athlete transitions are unique due to the typical length of preparation, intense level of identity and connectedness, and the unpredictable nature of when one’s career can end. This often leads to identity foreclosure, where an athlete sacrifices their education and additional identity options or career aspirations. We know that the more you prepare to transition out of the original dream, the more time you have to focus on the next dream and move into the reality of a new working life. Transition is eased for athletes who engage in continuous learning and when a transition plan is securely in place before the athletic experience ends. This panel will dive into the effects of transition and what can be done to help athletes prepare for life outside of sport.
Programming descriptions are generated by participants and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of SXSW. Tickets and further information here.
The 2020 Global Sport Summit will be on April 2-3, 2020!
Official times, speakers, and agenda details to be announced. Register now.
The third annual summit will return to the Hotel Palomar in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. The event will explore cutting-edge research and bring together expertise across a diverse set of disciplines to thoughtfully examine timely topics impacting the world of sport. This year will take a special focus on "Sport and The Body" - the Global Sport Institute's annual theme for the current year.
Who should attend? Any individual or organization with an interest and/or involvement in the broad world of sport. Including but not limited to:
This event is presented by the Global Sport Institute in partnership with the following ASU programs: Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Sports Law and Business; W. P. Carey School of Business, Sports Business; School of Community Resources and Development, Community Sport Management; and the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Sports Journalism; School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, Sports, Culture and Ethics.
More information about the 2020 Global Sport Summit TBA! In the mean time, see our recaps from last year's Summit: