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Alaina Zanin

May 10, 2022

Applied Coaching Communication class from GSI researchers Alaina Zanin (pictured), Vera Lopez and Allison Ross teaches young girls to believe in themselves through athletics

May 3, 2022

Venture Devils compete for more than $280,000 in seed funding at Demo Day, with a separate track for GSI and SDA.

April 29, 2022

Global Sport Institute's Director of Research Scott Brooks shares his thoughts on the rise of supportiveness with sports betting in recent years

Youth sports football players

April 25, 2022

ASU storytellers including the Global Sport Institute connect to serve, shape the public conversation

Dr. Alisia Tran

April 20, 2022

Global Institute Scholar Alisia Tran and former Sun Devil volleyball player Maya McClendon shine a light on mental health for athletes.

People march to TCF Bank Stadium to protest against the mascot for the Washington Redskins before the game against the Minnesota Vikings on November 2, 2014 at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Opponents of the Redskins name believe it's a slur

April 7, 2022

Cleveland’s baseball team takes the field as the Guardians, and GSI CEO Kenneth Shropshire explains the history of the team name.

Global Sport Institute & NBA G League Ignite

March 23, 2022

GSI recently visited the NBA G League for the first in-person 'Essentials of Sports Business' course session

Basketball Africa League

March 6, 2022

The Basketball Africa League tipped off its second season in Dakar, Senegal, on March 5, 2022.

March 4, 2022

ASU News consulted WP Carey School of Business professor Daniel McIntosh discusses the results and why most people don’t care about a $200 billion industry.

Mike McDaniel

March 4, 2022

The lack of coaches of color should still be the NFL’s primary concern.

Tokyo Olympics

February 28, 2022

Executives worldwide move to banish Russians from competitions, deepening the country’s isolation for its invasion of Ukraine.

February 25, 2022

Applications are now open – Up to $25k, mentorship, & beta opportunities available for sport-specific start-ups