In part 2, AD Chris King goes into great detail on his experience abolishing two institutions to create a new university and continues with more insights on UTRGV’s exciting future.
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley AD Chris King takes us down memory lane and outlines how UTRGV initially came to be and expands on the challenges educating the community on the young university.
Continuing yesterday's conversation, Bradley AD Chris Reynolds goes into detail on the challenges of being the Director of Athletics in his hometown and reflects on his first year with Bradley University.
Bradley University's AD Chris Reynolds discusses his unique situation returning to his hometown to lead the Bradley University athletic department and how leveraging leadership techniques from previous mentors eased his transition.
Associate AD of Development Keith McCluney shares his experience after MTSU's big win in the NCAA Tournament and how they quickly leveraged the opportunity to incentivize donors to up their donation and renew season tickets.
In today's 1.Q, University of Illinois Associate AD of Marketing & Fan Development Brad Wurthman discusses the new positive vibe for the fighting illini and current plans to stay aggressive with their marketing campaign.
UGA’s Andy Platt continues his discussion in today’s 1.Question on increasing external opportunities for the Bulldogs with talks of including a capital campaign to generate new revenue.
In today’s 1.Question. University of Georgia’s Senior Associate AD & CFO, Andy Platt talks football marketing and how the bulldogs plan to stay aggressive and reinvigorate their brand for the upcoming football season.
We hear more from Andrew Goodrich of the University of South Florida today on USF’s marketing campaigns for 2016, and Goodrich’s plans to enhance the fan experience both inside and outside of Raymond James Stadium.
After a strong season last year, University of South Florida Senior Associate AD for External Relations Andrew Goodrich discusses USF’s marketing strategies to promote the upcoming season, and exciting events to engage with major gift prospects.
The Pac-12’s Jamie Zaninovich shares more about his conference’s four year effort to build their brand and attract fans in China, including how member institutions have benefited from an international student recruitment standpoint and what other opportunities (in Asia and beyond) the Pac-12 is focused on.
Fascinating listen as the Pac-12’s Jamie Zaninovich discusses his conference’s four year effort to build their brand and attract fans… in China. He breaks down the four initiatives the conference is focused on (events, PR/social, media rights, education), and the challenges they’ve encountered so far.
Here's more from Michigan State University Associate AD Kevin Pauga on the competitive advantage teams can gain through MBB scheduling.
Michigan State University's Assistant AD of Administration Kevin Pauga reflects on the history and approach of KPI rankings and discusses the topic of MBB scheduling being "gamed" and how teams can build a strong resume.
In today’s 1.Question, USA Today’s NCAA Football Writer Dan Wolken discusses how the relationship between coaches, ADs and the national media has changed over the years, and touches on new strategies to communicate effectively using new technology.
Following the hiring of Michigan's newest AD, Turnkey Search Senior Executive Director and former Boston College and Villanova AD Gene DeFilippo has another challenge on the table in helping to identify the right new leader at Minnesota. Listen as he discusses the major changes occurring in college athletics, and talks about the industry's future.
Listen in as WSU’s Associate AD for Development, Chris Walker, speaks in depth about WSU’s distributed fundraising office model that’s used to reach donors and fans state-wide while also touching on the importance of on-campus events.
Listen here for more from Arizona AD Greg Byrne on the importance of utilizing the valuable tool of social media as a vehicle for building relationships, what he asks candidates about their approaches to twitter, and his thoughts on texting.
"You either control your own message or someone is going to control it for you." That's one reason Arizona AD Greg Byrne is a loyal Twitter user. Listen as he reviews his approach to social media, and reveals his Twitter goals.
More from David Matlin, AD at the University of Hawaii, as he touches on topics including perceptions of his department's financial positioning, generation of additional revenues, culture change, and the power of transparency.
In today's 1.Question, University of Hawaii AD David Matlin details why Hawaii's geography is both its most significant benefit and its most significant challenge when it comes to athletics.
More from Nebraska's Rathe and Kliment today, as they share with 1.Question how the move to the Big Ten has impacted Huskers baseball, and reveal if the focus on marketing and promotions changes when the team's season ticket inventory runs out.
Nebraska's Jason Rathe and Lanna Kliment talk to 1.Question from a marketing strategy perspective about the growth of the Huskers program, from its first College World Series appearance through to its current operation under the leadership of Head Coach Darin Erstad.
We hear more from WVU's Matt Wells today. Listen as he discusses accounting for the weather when marketing a spring sport, and reviews marketing and promotional strategies his team employs.
Time to talk college baseball! In today's 1.Q, West Virginia Associate AD for External Affairs Matt Wells talks about the Mountaineers' 2015 attendance jump, and his team's continued focus on driving fans to a new ballpark.