ABC 15 Arizona spoke with GSI Seed Grant Awardee Alaina Zanin about her GSI-funded Applied Coaching Communication Course at ASU.
Applications now open - Up to $50k, workshops, promotional resources, and mentorship available for sport-specific start-ups
In continuation of Global Sport Institute founding CEO Kenneth L. Shropshire's 1996 book “In Black & White,” the GSM digital issue focuses on the diversity of leadership positions in sport and the progress that has or has yet to be made.
The article also highlights how Latino males & young college-aged men have co-morbidities gambling sites could exploit
The latest GSM digital issue "The Influence of Sports Media" looks at sports media and the members of this industry while examining how the media can shape people's views on athletes and issues in sport.
Students from Davis Middle School in southern California interacted with industry leaders and pitched their sports idea to a panel of expert judges.
The latest Global Sport Matters digital issue, "The Return on Our Sports Investment," covers the relationship between sports stadiums and their local communities and the role these organizations play in communities.
The 2022 Youth Olympic Games were set to be played in Dakar, Senegal starting in the month of October. However, due to postponements with COVID-19, the IOC opted to move the event further back to 2026.
A new poll from GSI and OH Predictive Insights shows American public sentiment toward the presence of sports stadiums in a community.
The latest Global Sport Matters digital issue covers athlete mental health. These stories look at real ways coaches and leaders in sport can support athlete mental health and wellbeing.
Madison's WORT station interviewed Global Sport Scholar Victoria Jackson about the legacy of Title IX in college sport after 50 years.
Shropshire presented a key award at this year's Sports Business Journal Sports Business Award.