“A Mirror to Our Culture: Sport and Society in America” will be a distinctive, intimate, and affordable three-day event that will provide opportunities for sports academics and professionals working in sports-related fields to network and to share their expertise on a wide range topics related to American sports. It is co-sponsored by the Green Bay Packers and St. Norbert College.
The conference includes a number of elements meant to create a unique experience for all those who participate and attend. Paul Tagliabue, former Commissioner (CEO) of the National Football League, Carl Vogel, Partner of SCP Worldwide, and Robert Kustra, President of Boise State University, will give major addresses offering their perspectives on Sports in America, The Future of American Sports, and Modern College Athletics - A View from the Top. The conference will also include a gallery exhibition of the finest American sports photography, and a juried festival of sports-themed films and videos. More details can be found at www.snc.edu/sportandsociety.
The conference registration fee of $275 will include a dinner for all attendees in the Legends Club Area at Lambeau Field, three days of luncheons, several coffee breaks daily, a guided tour of Lambeau Field, admission to the Packers Hall of Fame, access to all major addresses and sessions, and admission to photography gallery and all film/video showings. There also will be single-day conference registration available when registration opens February 1, 2010.
To maintain an intimate atmosphere, total registration at the conference will be limited to 300. Preference for registration will be given to those giving papers and presentations. We encourage you to submit your paper/presentation abstract at https://www.snc.edu/sportandsociety/secure/submitpaper.html. We hope to see you next May!
Kevin G. Quinn, Ph.D.
Professor of Economics
Conference Director, "A Mirror to Our Culture:
Sport and Society in America"
St. Norbert College
100 Grant Street
De Pere, WI 54115
(920) 403-3447 phone
(920) 403-4098 fax
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