This week, 1.Question focuses on schools whose football teams enjoyed attendance jumps in 2015. Today, Temple Associate AD for Marketing and Promotions Scott Walcoff discusses the multiple factors that contributed to the Owls' 89% jump in attendance, and his 2016 season ticket sales plans.
This week, 1.Question focuses on schools whose football teams enjoyed attendance jumps in 2015. Today, New Mexico State Deputy AD Chet Savage talks about the Aggies 'Stuff the Stadium' push.
This week, 1.Question focuses on schools whose football teams enjoyed attendance jumps in 2015. Today, Mary Pink, Iowa State Associate AD for Marketing, provides insight on how the Cyclones leveraged a new addition to Jack Trice Stadium to grow attendance by 8%.
This week, 1.Question focuses on schools whose football teams enjoyed attendance jumps in 2015. Today, Pittsburgh Executive Associate AD for External Operations Chris Ferris explains how the Panthers used research and a Fan Experience Committee to drive a 17% increase at the gate.
Michigan State Executive Associate AD for Development Chuck Sleeper provides insights on how MSU has had success in motivating student-athletes to give back.
University of South Carolina Chief Marketing Officer and Associate Athletic Director Eric Nichols breaks down the communication strategy behind the Will Muschamp hiring.
Chris Freet, University of Arkansas Senior Associate AD for External Operations & Strategic Communications, talks about the evolution of his department's website, including the vendor selection process.
Ryan Peck, Associate Vice Chancellor for External Affairs at the University of Denver, discusses the rise of schools endowing Head Coach positions, and how his fundraising team approaches donors for that purpose.
In today's episode, West Coast Conference Commissioner Lynn Holzman talks about transitioning from the NCAA's Academic & Membership Affairs unit to a conference leadership role.
In this episode, Eastern Kentucky University Director of Athletics Steve Lochmueller talks about applying his corporate business experience to collegiate athletics administration.
On the subject of making the transition from a supporting position to Athletic Director, Long Beach State Athletics Director Vic Cegles' take is that "you always think you're ready, but you're really never ready." Hear what's led him to this point of view in today's episode.
San Diego State Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Jim Sterk talks about how he evaluates his own performance at the end of each year, and shares his "five-focus framework".
Northern Illinois AD Sean Frazier talks about the possibility of the NCAA applying the Rooney Rule (or something similar) when hiring.
UMass AD Ryan Bamford talks about the surprising role culture plays in the relationships between athletic departments and their universities.
Mississippi State Athletic Director Scott Stricklin shares what it's like to move from a supporting athletic administration role into the "Big Chair".
In Part 2 of his 1.Question interview, Florida State Athletic Director Stan Wilcox discusses how observing someone manage a crisis situation can be helpful.
In Part 1 of his 1.Question interview, Florida State Athletic Director Stan Wilcox talks about effectively collaborating with a new President or Chancellor.
Maine AD Karlton Creech talks about the potential pros and cons of moving back and forth between FBS and FCS/I-AAA athletic administration roles.
Ivy League Executive Director Robin Harris talks about how she's taken a "live in the moment" approach to her career.
University of Toledo AD Mike O'Brien reveals how his senior staff meetings are structured to encourage healthy debate.
UNC-Asheville AD Janet Cone discusses her first year on the NCAA Men's Basketball selection committee.