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Call for Papers | Sport, Animals, & Ethics
We are inviting papers focused on ethical issues related to the involvement of animals in the context of sport, recreation, or leisure. We welcome a wide spectrum of submissions; e.g., from direct use such as hunting animals to indirect involvement; e.g., the environmental/animal impact on golf courses. 
SLAM becomes a department: a Q-and-A with new chair Melissa Chase
Work started last week to prepare Laws Hall for the new department of sport leadership & management (SLAM). SLAM is now the third largest department in the College of Education, Health and Society, serving over 700 majors and minors.
New Publication from Dr. Adam Beissel
New Publication from Adam Beissel.
Major Insight Episode 24 Manufacturing Innovation Between Engineering and Business
Featured Majors: Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Supply Chain and Operations Management
Major Insight Episode 23 Building Confidence Through Student Journalism
Featured Majors: Journalism, Sport Leadership and Management
Dr. Robin Vealey Publishes a New Book
Dr. Robin S. Vealey has published the 2nd Edition of her textbook "Coaching for the Inner Edge: Practical Sport Psychology for Coaches".
Major Insight Episode 22 Using Sport Analytics to Help Redefine Hockey
Featured Majors: Sport Leadership and Management, Coaching, General Business
Miami University names building after first Black graduate
Nellie Craig is Miami's first Black graduate at Miami in 1905.Nellie Craig was a trailblazer who broke new ground both at Miami University and in her community. Now, Miami's first Black graduate has a building named in her honor on the university's Oxford campus.
After Decades of Pioneering Work, Sport Psychology Professor Robert Weinberg Retires
Renowned sport psychologist Robert Weinberg talks about retiring from the field after 40 years, his role as a mentor, and the new sport psychology graduate student fund being set up in his name.