We understand that individuals within the SMAANZ community seek opportunities to grow and develop in their academic careers. Effective mentoring can lead to increased confidence, productivity and success in a mentee while also enhancing career satisfaction of both mentors and mentees (Straus & Sacket, 2014). To address this need, in 2017 SMAANZ launched a…
SMAANZ 2018 AWARDS AND GRANTS ARE OPEN!
Deadline: June 30, 2018
These awards are highly regarded and presented at the SMAANZ Conference each year.
As a primarily volunteer organisation, it is considered particularly appropriate and important to provide opportunities for members to gain recognition for their outstanding contributions to SMAANZ and to the field of sport management.
Applications are open for the below awards:
2017 Distinguished Service Award Winner: Prof. Kristine Toohey from Griffith University
Past Winners Include:
- Prof. David Shilbury, Deakin University
- Prof. Laurence Chalip, University of Illinois
- Prof. Christine Green, University of Illinois
- Prof. Graham Cuskelly, Griffith University
- Mr. Terry Woods, Bond University
- Prof. Tracey Taylor, University of Technology Sydney
- Prof. Russell Hoye, La Trobe University
Do you know someone who should be recognised for their outstanding contribution to SMAANZ and Sport management community?
Welcome to SMAANZ 2018 On behalf of the University of South Australia (UniSA) and the SMAANZ 2018 organising committee I’d like to welcome everybody to the website for the conference and share some details of the planning that has been taking place so far. For those of you who have been to Adelaide in…
SMAANZ 2018 IS COMING! On behalf of the Sport Management Association of Australia and New Zealand, we invite you to submit an abstract and to attend SMAANZ 2018 in Adelaide, Australia – hosted by University of South Australia. The conference will take place from 21-23 November 2018. We welcome abstracts on a broad range of…
CONGRATULATIONS…. Olan Scott and David Lakisa have won the 2018 BOSS Ticket draw! Thank you to everyone who entered! The 2018 Business of Sport Summit is the most senior and significant gathering of sports industry executives in Australia. Consumer engagement, sports-entertainment, sponsorship and broadcasting are changing on a global scale, upsetting traditional business models…
The SMAANZ 2017 conference is only a few weeks away!
Download the SMAANZ 2017 program which includes details on Social Events, Keynotes, Academic Abstracts, Workshops, and Award Presentations below.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Gold Coast!
The Organising Committee
SMAANZ BEST CONFERENCE PAPER AWARD – Sponsored by Elsevier The purpose of the SMAANZ Best Conference Paper Award is to support three of the purposes of SMAANZ: (1) encourage scholarly inquiry in sport management; (2) provide a forum to present and communicate results of sport management related research; and, (3) enhance the application of management theory…
The SMAANZ Board is delighted to announce the city of Adelaide and the School of Management, University of South Australia, as the hosts of the 2018 SMAANZ Conference. The conference will be held 21-23 November 2018, with academic and meeting sessions held at the University of SA City West Campus in the CBD. The conference…
SMAANZ is delighted to announce the winners of the 2017 SMAANZ Awards and Grants. Congratulations to all the winners and a big thank you to the panels of assessors for their work and feedback on the submissions. All award winners will be acknowledged at the 2017 SMAANZ Conference at Griffith University on the Gold Coast from…
Critical Reflections on Sport-for-Development Research and Practice: Looking Back and Looking Forward During the webinar, we will discuss key findings of the 2017 Sport Management Review Anniversary Paper “Managing sport-for-development: Reflections and outlook”. In doing so, we will provide an overview of past achievements and future opportunities in sport-for-development (SFD), and we will critically reflect on…