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College Sports Communicators is the premier professional and educational association for strategic, creative and digital communicators across intercollegiate athletics in the U.S. and Canada. Known as College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) for its first 65 years (1957-2022), the organization adopted a new name and associated visual identity in 2022-23. Our new brand identity is a major step in a larger strategic plan to define the association’s evolution and expansion. It i ...
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Keeping DEI at the forefrontpresented by the CSC Diversity & Inclusion CommitteeKeeping diversity, equity and inclusion at the forefront in the ever-changing world of college athletics is challenging, but not impossible. In this webinar, the presenters discussed how athletics departments, conference offices and campuses as a whole can continue to e…
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On-Demand College Sports Communicators WebinarWorking with baseball and softball statistics & stat rulesLearning more about the sports of baseball and softball and producing accurate statistics.The eight and final session in the eight-part CSC statistics/stat rules webinar series focused on baseball and softball statistics, with the on-demand video…
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On-Demand College Sports Communicators WebinarWorking with women's lacrosse statistics & state rulesLearning more about the sport of women's lacrosse and producing accurate statistics.On Monday, Feb. 26, we held our seventh in the 2023-2024 CSC statistics/stat rules webinar series.Generating consistent statistics and consistent stat reporting are e…
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In this February edition of our NAIA-SIDA Spotlight series, Rachel Moore visited with Jeff Braun, Assistant AD/Sports Information Director of Midland University in Fremont, Nebraska. The duo visited about Jeff's time in high school athletics early in his career and how he oversees one of the largest athletic departments in the country.This content …
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CSC U Webinar(presented by the CSC U Committee and geared toward young professionals)Getting CreativeOriginal air date: Feb. 6, 2024This webinar focused on how athletic communications staff - particularly new professionals, interns, undergraduate and graduate student assistants - can tackle the ever demanding world of creative media and design by u…
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On-Demand College Sports Communicators WebinarWorking with men's lacrosse statistics & state rulesLearning more about the sport of men's lacrosse and producing accurate statistics. On Tuesday, Jan. 30, we held our sixth in the 2023-2024 CSC statistics/stat rules webinar series.Generating consistent statistics and consistent stat reporting are essen…
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On-Demand College Sports Communicators WebinarWorking with ice hockey statistics & stat rulesLearning more about the sport of basketball and producing accurate statistics. This webinar, held Jan. 24, 2024 was our fifth in the 2023-24 CSC statistics/stat rules webinar series.Generating consistent statistics and consistent stat reporting are essentia…
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In the January edition of NAIA SIDA spotlight series, Rachel Moore, Assistant AD/Director of Athletic Communications at Central Methodist University, visited with veteran SID Ryan Wronkowicz of Lourdes University on his time at both the NCAA Division I and NAIA levels. Ryan gives us an insight look into the inner workings of SIDs at the NAIA level …
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On-Demand Webinar - Presented by CSC and corporate partner GipperSocial Media in College Sports: Expert Insights to Ensure a Relevant Strategy in 2024Original webinar took place Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024Click here to access the webinar's slide deck (PDF): https://collegesportscommunicators.com/documents/2024/1/16//CSC_Webinar_Social_Media_in_College_S…
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CSC U Webinar(presented by the CSC U Committee and geared toward young professionals)Handling the OverlapOriginal air date: Dec. 6, 2023This webinar focused on how athletic communications staff handle the hectic overlapping seasons that happen twice each year: the overlap of Fall/Winter sports and then the overlap of Winter/Spring sports and duties…
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CAN CSC Webinar (Canadian College Sports Communicators)Communications for Social Justice Topics and EDI InitiativesOriginal air date: Nov. 29 This webinar touches on how athletic departments have approached social justice topics and EDI initiatives within their own departments and on their respective campuses.The panel brings knowledge and experien…
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On-Demand College Sports Communicators WebinarWorking with basketball stats & stat rulesLearning about the sport of soccer, its rules, and and producing accurate statistics.Slides from the webinar (on team rebound, dead-ball rebound, flopping rules): https://collegesportscommunicators.com/documents/2023/11/14//Bball_webinar_slides_Nov_14_2023.pdf?i…
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On-Demand College Sports Communicators WebinarUsing web and social media analytics to make data-driven decisionsThe presenters discussed the importance for athletic communicators and creatives to gather data and insights in real time as it pertains to your web and social media content. They discussed how social media data mining gives you key insig…
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On-Demand College Sports Communicators WebinarWorking with soccer stats & stat rulesLearning about the sport of soccer, its rules, and and producing accurate statistics.Generating consistent statistics and consistent stat reporting are essential duties of each athletic communications department. From our 2023-24 CSC Statistics and Stat Rules Webina…
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On-Demand College Sports Communicators WebinarWorking with volleyball stats & stat rulesLearning about the sport of volleyball, its rules, and and producing accurate statistics.Generating consistent statistics and consistent stat reporting are essential duties of each athletic communications department. From our 2023-24 CSC Statistics and Stat Rule…
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On-Demand College Sports Communicators WebinarWorking with football stats & stat rulesLearning about the sport of football and producing accurate statistics.Generating consistent statistics and consistent stat reporting are essential duties of each athletic communications department. This webinar, with five leading pro and college football statisti…
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These five CSC members – from NCAA Division I, II, III and Canadian institutions – held a discussion and Q&A on broadcasting your live events, presenting insights and takeaways on the following topics:• a variety of ideas on how to recruit and develop students to assist in broadcasting roles;• building strong relationships with your media carriers,…
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Provided by the College Sports Communicators Diversity & Inclusion Committee---If you’re looking for dictionary definitions and a lecture on how to be perfect when it comes to navigating the LGBTQ+ discussion, then you’ve come to the wrong place!If candid, raw, and real discussions are more your vibe, then you are encouraged to click the link and g…
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Hosted by the CSC U CommitteeHeadlining this webinar for young professionals, emerging professionals (graduate assistants, graduate and undergraduate student interns and assistants, and those interested in the college athletic communications career path) were four young professionals, all leaders in their early years as athletic communicators.These…
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The discussion focuses on postseason competitions and the roles that SIDs play to providing appropriate and timely information to a host media coordinator and the media covering broadcasts – regardless of the division of competition. What are the necessary information pieces and what is the preparation that the media and media hosts need from SIDs …
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This College Sports Communicators (CSC) podcast is from the Dec. 14, 2022 CSC U Committee webinar series and focused on The Joy of Sports Communications: What We Love About CSC And Our Work.” The audience was comprised of new college athletic communications and creative professionals and graduate assistants, graduate and undergraduate interns and s…
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What do employees really want from their workplace culture? It’s essential to build a culture of collaboration and engagement (versus specialization) in college athletic communications, especially as we continue to navigate through the effects of the pandemic, limited resources, and the departure of colleagues which puts strain and stress on your e…
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In this challenging time of shortened staffs and resources, our four presenters have a frank discussion on how to bolster your office staff and office content production with techniques and strategies to successfully find, teach, engage and mentor your student assistants.As students split their time between school, work, friends and sports, they wa…
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Ashleigh Jones is wrapping up her third year with DePauw Athletics, where she joined in August of 2019 as the Assistant Director of Athletics Communications. Prior to joining the Tigers, she was the lead operations coordinator and assistant coach for Pink Elite Basketball from 2014 to 2019 while also working with ATI Physical Therapy. With Pink Eli…
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Adele Burk has been on the staff at the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) since 2013 and was promoted to her current position of Associate Director of Championships & Compliance in July 2021. She provides administrative support for conference championships, compliance assistance to conference members, manages use of logo marks …
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Cindy Potter is CoSIDA President and Senior Deputy Director of Athletics at Columbia College (Mo.). She discusses her favorite parts of working in collegiate athletics communications as well as the importance of work-life balance in the industry. She joins 2021-22 CoSIDA intern Brandon Jones for the finale of the Executive Session podcast series wi…
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Jessica Poole is CoSIDA’s First Vice President who will take over as President this summer. At Chicago State, she is Senior Associate AD of External Operations and Revenue Generation. Poole sits down with 2021-22 CoSIDA intern Brandon Jones to discuss her favorite parts of being a CoSIDA board member among other topics in the industry.…
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John Paquette is the Senior Associate Commissioner of Sports Media Relations for the Big East Conference. Within CoSIDA, Paquette is the Second Vice President and Co-Liaison to the Professional Development & Education Committee. He joins 2021-22 CoSIDA intern Brandon Jones to discuss his favorite parts of the collegiate athletic communications indu…
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Kevin Trainor is CoSIDA's Third Vice President in 2021-22 and the executive board liaison to the Advocacy Committee and the Professional Development Committee. At the University of Arkansas, he is the Senior Associate AD for Public Relations & Former Student-Athlete Engagement. In this episode of Executive Session with CoSIDA intern Brandon Jones, …
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Sam Atkinson, CoSIDA's Past President, is the Associate Athletics Director for Communications at Gallaudet University. On this episode of Executive Session Podcast, he discusses his favorite aspects of the athletic communications industry as well as what needs to be improved while also mentioning the importance of family.Atkinson served as CoSIDA P…
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Jeff Hodges, CoSIDA's Secretary and Special Awards Committee Chair, and the Assistant Athletics Director of Communications at the University of North Alabama, discusses what drew him to CoSIDA, the great connections he's made in the organization, and the new awards he's created outside of CoSIDA among other topics.Hodges was inducted into the CoSID…
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Tommy Chasanoff, Assistant Athletics Director of Sports Information at University of the Cumberlands, is in his fifth year at the university. The four-time Paralympic Medalist was elevated to his current position as Assistant Athletics Director in July of 2020. In September of 2020, Chasanoff became the first Patriot to be named NAIA Sports Informa…
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Mike Robles, CoSIDA’s College Division Representative for the West Region and the Director of Communications for California Community College Athletic Association, sits down with 2021-22 intern Brandon Jones for this week’s episode of Executive Session. He discusses his favorite parts of the athletic communications industry throughout his career as…
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Katie Mucci, CoSIDA’s At-Large Representative and Assistant Commissioner for New Media and Technology at the Missouri Valley Conference, discusses the difficulty of navigating an athletics communications office during the pandemic, changes the industry needs to make, and more. Mucci was the 2021 CoSIDA Rising Star Award winner in the University Div…
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Dan Ruede, CoSIDA’s College Division Representative for the Northeast Region and the Associate Director of Athletics for Strategic Communications at the University of New Haven, discusses the importance of his family in his career, his love for traveling, the need for more staffing in the athletic communications industry, and more. He's joined by C…
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On this episode of Executive Session, CoSIDA’s Central Region College Division Representative Mary Beth Challoner joined 2021-22 intern Brandon Jones to discuss her unique perspective on the athletics communications Industry. University of Toronto’s Manager of Events & Marketing also reminisces on her time spent as a collegiate hockey player and ot…
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Louisiana native Keonte' Herrera joined LSU as an Assistant Communications Director in September 2021 as the primary contact for softball and volleyball. Prior to his return to his home state, Herrera covered six championship runs between volleyball, track and field, and men’s basketball at Texas State in his two and a half years in San Marcos. Her…
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In the second episode of the Executive Session Podcast, Brandon Jones is joined by Lenny Reich, CoSIDA At-Large Representative from the University of Mount Union, who discusses executive board membership, his personal journey, the ever-changing profession of college sports information, and what he is thankful for.Reich is in his 14th year at Mount …
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ON-DEMAND Teachable Tuesday Webinar presented by Capital OneChecking in On Your WellnessYour emotional, mental and physical health.Panelists:Dr. Kaye Cole – University of Iowa Athletics, Mental Health Therapist and ConsultantScott Day – Sean's House SL24: Unlocke The Light, Director of Communications and Operations / Former CoSIDA member and SIDMod…
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A former collegiate track and field athlete, Christopher Sabato’s role as Assistant Athletics Director at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon is much different than your “traditional” SID. Chris is responsible for graphic design, photography, and social media for Willamette as well as the athletic department’s brand and identity.Chris came to Wi…
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Future-forward Thinking About Communications, Globally And For College Athletics With guest: Bonnie Caver, President & Founder, Reputation Lighthouse/former CoSIDA member and athletic communicatorHost: Trip Durham, 2D Consulting, LLC Time: 29:27 For the Leadership CoSIDA professional development series, you’ll hear from Bonnie (Bishop) Caver, Presi…
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Born in India, Avi Mehta moved to New Jersey at the age of 10. He quickly developed a passion for sports, but soon realized that playing sports professionally was not going to be feasible. He wondered what career path would allow him to still do something with his passion for sports.Fast forward to now, Avi is now the Director of Strategic Communic…
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CoSIDA Teachable Tuesday Webinar presented by Capital OneTaking on new roles, building a department culture in athletic communications.Original Date: Tuesday, September 21, 2021There is much movement and change in college athletic departments, particularly with job transitions and realigning departments in the wake of the pandemic. Nearly every ath…
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Episode 6 of CoSIDA Conversations with CoSIDA President Sam Atkinson (Gallaudet University) and Executive Director Doug Vance.This episode includes guest Beau White, Director of Creative Services for the CoSIDA staff. Atkinson and White share thoughts on the upcoming CoSIDA strategic branding review, including early thoughts and goals for the proje…
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The presenters, all members of the CoSIDA Advocacy Committee, discuss how an athletic communications staff member can organize their work/achievements over the past year to prepare for a year-end analysis, either for a self-evaluation or a performance review/evaluation with a supervisor. The four presenters discussed and answered the following: Wha…
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Finishing The Academic Year Strong & Taking Care Of Yourself: Advice, Ideas & Insights For Our SID CommunityIn this pre-recorded webinar, these four members of the CoSIDA Advocacy Committee shared some thoughts and strategies to help our members navigate through the final weeks of the spring semester – and beyond.It’s been a very difficult and chal…
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ON-DEMAND WEBINAR presented by Capital OneCANSIDA (Canadian SIDs): Event EfficienciesOriginal Date: Thursday, April 22, 2021 Presenter Elisa Mitton (University of Windsor) guided a conversation and Q&A on strategies to best coordinates game day communications, social media and photographers, event staff and logistics, webcasting and volunteers.Mitt…
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Podcast with Dave Sanderson (International speaker, author and noted authority on personal leadership)with host Trip Durham, 2D Consulting, LLCOne moment in recent history – 12 years ago - which captured international attention was when US Airways Flight 1549 made an emergency landing in the Hudson River, outside of New York City. This bravery and …
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