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Past Special Events

UNH Read & RAP

Book: Moneyball by Michael Lewis

 Kick-off Sessions:Wednesday, February 22nd & Monday, February 27th

 Time/Place: 12:30-1:30PM - MH124

 •        Books will be distributed with department-related questions

•        $5 Subway gift card

•        PE Credits awarded

•        Come meet your College of Business Faculty (you will need a recommendation at some point.)

Movie will be shown later in the semester.  You must pickup your book or you cannot see “Brad Pitt.” 

*Departmental Discussions will be held on the following days:

Wednesday, March 21 at 12:30pm-1:30pm in Maxcy Hall 124 – Accounting/Economics/Finance

Wednesday, March 28 at 12:30pm in Maxcy Hall 124 – Hospitality and Tourism

Wednesday, April 4 at 12:30pm in Maxcy Hall 124 -  Marketing and Quant.

Wednesday, April 11 at 12:30pm in Maxcy Hall 124 -  Sports Management


Understanding the Changing Landscape of Big Time College Athletics 

February 23, 2012 6:30-8:00

Kaplan 104

Mr. John Paquette

Associate Commissioner

The BIG EAST Conference

Come listen to Mr. Paquette describe the changing state of collegiate athletics and how the conference realignment is really changing college athletics and what the future might hold.

 

For additional information please contact Gil Fried at (203) 932-7081 or gfried@newhaven.edu.  Space is very limited.


UNH’s Sport Management Program

presents:

Dissecting the NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

6:30-8:00 , Alumni Lounge, Bartels Hall

 Featuring:  W. Buckley Briggs, Vice President of Labor

Arbitration and Litigation, NFL Management Council

W. Buckley Briggs is Vice President of Labor Arbitration and Litigation for the NFL Management Council.  He is intimately involved in representing the 32 teams of the NFL in all matters relating to arbitration under the Collective Bargaining Agreement as well as labor-related litigation matters.  He works closely with a staff of 5 attorneys in advising the clubs of their rights, duties, and obligations under the NFL Collective Bargaining Agreement and NFL Player Contract.  He has a Bachelor’s Degree from Cornell University, a Master’s from George Washington University and a Law Degree from Georgetown University Law Center. 

Prior to joining the NFL, Briggs served as Assistant General Counsel to the NFL Players Association and the Federation of Professional Athletes, and as a representative of professional athletes in arbitration disputes.  He has handled hundreds of  arbitration disputes  in the NFL, United States Football League, North American Soccer League and Major Indoor Soccer League.  In addition to his duties at the NFL, Briggs teaches Sports Law at Penn Law and Cornell Law, and is the radio color voice of Cornell Football. 

For more information please contact Gil Fried at gfried@newhaven.edu or 203-932-7081.


The Deans & Faculty

invite

all College of Business students

Read & Rap Launch Party

Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

12:30 – 1:30 pm

Maxcy 124H

Sandwiches, Soda & Surprises!