The College of Education & Human Development’s sport administration master’s program has been ranked No. 11 in North America and No. 13 internationally by SportBusiness International, a news organization that offers insight and analysis in the business of sport.
Brenda Pitts and Tim Newman, sport administration faculty at the College of Education & Human Development, have been busy this summer.
I love the fact that you are not only going against other competitors, but you are constantly competing against yourself. There is always room to progress in strength, increase the weight you load on the bar and work on my form and technique.
Bethany Chapple, Health and Physical Education alumna from Georgia State wins Adapted Physical Education Teacher of the Year Award for 2019.
Health and Physical Education faculty members, Rachel Gurvitch, Deborah Shapiro and Nicole McCluney traveled with doctoral students to Salt Lake City, Utah for the National Physical Education/Health Education (PETE/HETE) national conference.
The Metro Atlanta Conference Division 1 Athletic Director of the Year for 2016-2017 was Georgia State University Sport Administration alumnus, Josh Burr (’08).
Born and raised ten minutes outside of New York City, Michael Sainte (M.S., Sport Administration ’12) landed a dream job working as the Director of Compliance and Membership Services with the BIG EAST Conference in New York.