For 12 years, graduate students in the Sport Ethics course in the Sport Administration program have been participating and hosting a sport ethics debate directed by Associate Professor Sue Mullane, Ph.D.
The debate explores current topical issues in the area of Sport Ethics, and has included such topics as athletes and activism, genetic enhancement in sports, extreme sports, youth and high school sports, NCAA, NFL and other governance issues, and this year, Esports and sport gambling, among other topics.
The goal of the debate is for students to take the concepts and theories learned in class and apply them to real world situations.
Tuesday, December 3rd
Come watch the graduate students of the Sport Ethics course take the concepts and theories learned in class and apply them to real world situations at the debate. The debate is attended by the students’ peers, families, alumni, faculty, distinguished guests, sport industry professionals, donors, and friends of the Sport Administration program.
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Thanks to support from alumni, former students (over 220 have debated), and friends each year who share Dr. Mullane’s passion, value the importance of the debate and the impact it had on their knowledge and professional preparation for careers in the sport industry, the Sport Ethics Debate continues to grow. In the last few years, the debate has garnered attention from the alumni community and some notable professionals in the sports industry, including the NFL.
Susan P. Mullane, Ph.D.
Coordinator, Undergraduate Sport Administration Program
Department of Kinesiology and Sport Sciences
University of Miami