Professors of Sport Administration: Master of Science in Sport Administration

Professors of Sport Administration: Master of Science in Sport Administration
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Professors of Sport Administration

The University of Cincinnati Online Master’s of Sport Administration program is composed of faculty with over 40 years of high school and college athletic administration experience. Through our industry partners, together, they will provide the very best possible educational opportunities and cultivate the next generation of sport industry leaders. The professors are here to guide and help connect you with the areas you want to pursue after graduation. Check out the bios below to learn more about each professor.

Professor David Kelley Professor Jason Simmons Professor Andrea Buenano Professor Matt Huml Professor Peyton Stensland Professor Michael Odio

David Kelley: The driving force behind UC's Sport Administration Program

Dr. David Kelley is one of the founders of UC's sport administration program (established in 2009), and he continuously brings his passion and enthusiasm for teaching to the classroom everyday.

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Dr. David Kelly Article


Sportico guest columnists are Matt Huml of the University of Cincinnati and Elizabeth Taylor of Temple University.

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Fulfilling, but Exhausting: The Challenges for Employees Working in College Athletics

Webinar presented by Jason Simmons, Matt Huml, Brittany Keller.

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SWOADA/NFHS Citation Award: Dr. David Kelley

Presented to an individual associated with categories of professionals who have made significant contributions to the NFHS and/or other organizations that have impacted high school activities, also in recognition of exceptional time, effort and energy devoted to athletics in the Southwest District.

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