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A call for abstract submissions and scholarship applications: 2010 International Sports Management Conference (Lausanne, Switzerland)

I wrote a previous post related to the 2010 International Sports Management Conference in Lausanne, Switzerland. You can read that here. Again, to reiterate, that event is taking place November 4-6, 2010. Heres it the website of the 2010 International Sports Management Conference

I got in touch with some of the organizers of the conference and they informed me that they are looking for abstract submissions. Not only that, but they are also looking for people to apply for scholarships that they are offering. Below is the information related to both the abstracts and the scholarships.

Participants who wish to become part of the program, may submit an abstract which will be reviewed by the Program Committee. Results of this review will be communicated via email, to each applicant. Please note that ONLY THE ABSTRACTS OF THE REGISTERED PRESENTERS WILL BE INCLUDED IN THE PROGRAM – no exceptions will be made.

  • Please review the proposed modules and themes.
  • Authors of accepted abstracts for presentations are required to submit a full paper via the website.
  • All submitted papers will be published on the conference website (post conference.  PPT may also be submitted yet not be substituted for the full paper.
  • The Work-in-Progress abstracts are to be submitted directly on our Interactive Site.
  • If your abstract is selected, oral presentations are not required in a given format. You should allow 20 minutes for your presentation followed by five minutes for questions.

    Abstracts of all presentations accepted for inclusion in the Conference Program will be published as part of the conference program booklet to be issued at the commencement of the conference.

  • Application deadline is July 9, 2010.  Notification of Authors is July 16, 2010.

Please use the form below to submit your application..

All abstracts should reflect unpublished material and should be written in English.

There is no limit to the number of abstracts each author may submit.

If you are interested in submitting an abstract, you can find the link and submission information here: Abstracts.

For those who are interested in scholarships, there will be ten awarded at the conference. Here is the information related to the scholarships:

2010 ISMC OUTSTANDING AWARD

One 2010 ISMC Oustanding Award will be presented.  This will provide:

A single registration to attend the 2010 International Sports Management Conference

Single-room accommodations for two nights (check-in November 5, check-out November 7) at the conference venue

Award certificate formally presented at the Conference

Name recognition in the Conference Book and on the Conference website.

The Award recipient is expected to attend the 2010 International Sports Management Conference to receive the award. The award does not include any other conference costs or fees or travel expenses.

The Awardee is expected to write a comprehensive conference report to be published on the conference website.  This will be accompanied by the author’s picture and bio.

2010 ISMC YOUNG INVESTIGATOR SCHOLARSHIPS

Ten 2010 ISMC Scholarships will be presented.  Each of these scholarships provides:

A single registration to attend the 2010 International Sports Management Conference

Name recognition in the Conference Book and on the Conference website

Verbal mention during the event.

The Scholarship recipient is expected to attend the 2010 International Sports Management Conference. The scholarship does not include any other conference costs or fees or travel expenses.

The Scholars will be expected to generate a report on a session, panel discussion or groups of talks by topic.  Each such report will be accompanied by the author’s picture and bio.

DEADLINE

All applications must be submitted by July 9, 2010.  Winners will be announced by July 16, 2010 via email.

You can find the requirement for scholarship and award applications here: Awards and scholarships. Make sure you hurry if you are interested because the deadline is quickly approaching (less than a month)! 

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2010 Lausanne International Sports Management Conference: Bridging Research and Practice

June 13, 2010 1 comment

Lausanne, Switzerland is hosting the 2010 International Sport Management Conference. The event will take place between November 4-6 and is featuring a long list of prominent speakers.

The conference will have panel discussions, lectures, slideshow presentations, and product demonstrations according to the website (worldeventsforum.com).

Check out the Facebook Fan page.

UKSN Sport Networking Event (Manchester, England)

There is a Sport Networking Event hosted by the UK Sports Network. It will take place on Thursday July 8, 2010 in Manchester, England.

The location is:

Manchester Metropoliton University Business School
Aytoun Building
Aytoun Street
M1 3GH Manchester
United Kingdom

It’s not too expensive either, so for anyone who is in the Manchester area, I would recommend looking into it.

For more information, click here: Sports Networking Event Manchester.

The Second Coming of Boston Sports Blogapalooza

June 12, 2010 1 comment

As you may recall, I wrote a recap of a networking event geared towards Boston Sports Writers and Bloggers back in May. If you forgot, you can read it here: Blogapalooza Recap. Well, good news is here. It’s coming back. Blogapalooza was such a hit the first time, scoring sponsors like NESN and Dirty Water TV, that it couldn’t be just a one time thing.

Saturday, November 6th, Blogapalooza is coming back. It will take place at the Baseball Tavern in Boston. Definitely something you want to attend if you are in the Boston area, or even New England. It’s free, you get to meet tons of people, and you get to talk sports and blogging.

If you are interested, feel free to join the Facebook fan page here: Boston Sports Blogapalooza. Definitely check that out. More information with constant updates are available on the Facebook fan page.

Just a teaser, according to our Producer Joe Gill, it is rumored that some major New England media outlets are interested in covering Blogapalooza. Stay tuned for more information.

On a site note: I will now be a contributing writer at Boston.SportsThenAndNow.com. I will be doing a sports business column and will alert my readers at DSportManagement.com anytime I make a new post on Boston Sports Then and Now.

Changes: DSportmanagement.com

Dan Sullivan Sport Management can now be reached by typing in DSportmanagement.com . I think this will make things easier, removing the need to type such a long domain name. Trying to make things easier for my readers. Hope you find this useful. Thanks for the support!

Webinar: Career Opportunities in Sport Management

June 8, 2010 1 comment

This free webinar will be aired by American Public University. They will be discussing the various opportunities for careers in the sport management field. This will be useful for anyone interested in sports or sport management who is looking to either change career paths, or who wants to further themselves in the industry. Check it out and see for yourself. Hey, it can’t hurt, after all it is free. It will take place on Wednesday, June 30th from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. If you can’t make that time, you should still sign up, as they will provide you with a link to watch a recording of the webinar after it has aired.

Here is the link:

Career Opportunities in Sport Management

Note: You don’t have to be affiliated or even enrolled at the school to take part in the webinar. You simply have to fill out a bit about yourself (i.e. name, email, state) and when asked, select that you are not enrolled at the school (if that is the case).

Studying Sports: How to maximize your status as a sport management student

This post is geared towards the sport management students who are reading this blog. Here is a great resource, written by a professor of mine, Dr. Chrystal Porter. The book needs to be bought but I would definitely recommend it. After reading this, I was able to reshape my opinions of what I need to do in my college experience, along with helping to direct me towards my goals. Any student who is studying sport management or sports business, I would definitely recommend this book. If you want to get in touch with Dr. Porter, you can find her website at Dr. Chrystal.

Here is the link to purchase her book:

Studying Sports: How to maximize your status as a sport management student

If you want to find out more about Dr. Porter, as I will be posting more of her material in the future, you can find her website above, or her Facebook page here: Dr. Chrystal.

Do you have a valuable sport management or sport business resource? Feel free to share it with me by commenting below, or sending me a message. Thanks!