Nutrition and sport and exercise

Course Leader to read at the Cheltenham Literary Festival

Rob Steen, co-leader of the Sport Journalism BA (Hons) course, will be reading his work at the prestigious Cheltenham Literary Festival on October 3 and 4.

Does The Sun shine too brightly on Newcastle?

School of Sport and Service Management senior lecturer, Simon Mcennis, writes for The Conversation on the relationship between Newcastle United and The Sun. Read the article.

Brazil needs help from Fifa

​”Countries like Brazil deserve more support from football’s immensely profitable non-profit overseer. The tax breaks for Fifa and its partners must end today” – that’s the view of our Professor Alan Tomlinson in a Guardian article, co-written with Jules Boykoff, Associate Professor at Pacific University in the USA. Read the article.

University academic to speak in Washington

A University of Brighton academic is to speak to the World Bank in Washington DC on ways to boost tourism in post-conflict countries.

London Olympic volunteers were not the only ones with spirit

Reasons for the success behind the 70,000 volunteers at the 2012 Olympic Games were not unique, according to new research by School of Sport and Service Management principal lecturer Dr Angela Benson. Read the full story on the University of Brighton website.

Graduate shines at BMS symposium

Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Science, Dr Jeanne Dekerle, and former BSc student Louise King, who graduated in 2014, travelled in April to the Australia Institute of Sport in Canberra to attend the XIIth symposium of Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming.

Dr Angela Benson interviewed on Russian TV

Tourism expert Dr Angel Benson, Principal Lecturer at the School of Sport and Service Management, was interviewed on Russian TV during a visit under the EU’s TEMPUS programme to promote co-operation and exchanges. See the interview.

Keynote by Professor Yannis Pitsiladis

Professor Yannis Pitsiladis, Professor of Sport and Exercise Science at the School of Sport and Service Management, and Director of the SESAME research group, attended and presented a keynote lecture at the Athletes of the Future, 1st International Congress.

UEFA commissioned anti-racism report

Football clubs and fans are denying the existence of racism and are hindering attempts to kick the problem into touch, according to a new report to UEFA from the School of Sport and Service Management’s Dr Mark Doidge. Read the full story on the University of Brighton website.

Keynote by Dr Marina Novelli

Dr Marina Novelli, Reader in Tourism and International Development at the School of Sport and Service Management, gave a keynote at the International Conference on Cross-cultural Issues in Global Tourism and Hospitality which took place in Chania, Crete in May. The keynote was titled ‘Ten years of Niche Tourism and Hospitality – What next?’:

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