Sport Ethics Debate

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For 12 years, graduate students in the “Ethics and Ethical Decision Making in Sport” course in the Sport Administration program have come together to host and participate in the Sport Ethics Debate directed by Professor Sue Mullane, Ph.D.
The debate explores current topical issues in sport ethics, and has included such topics as athletes and activism, genetic enhancement in sports, extreme sports, youth and high school sports, NCAA, NFL, and other governance issues. This year, esports and sport gambling have been added, among other topics. The goal is for students to take the concepts and theories learned in class and apply them to real-world situations.

The Sport Ethics Debate greatly impacts our graduate student’s knowledge and professional preparation for careers in the sport industry. The dedicated students from the Sport Ethics course have been busy this fall semester researching and preparing arguments for the debate, as well as, wrapping up final details to host a great event.

 

THE 13th ANNUAL SPORT ETHICS DEBATE

EMCEE

Ashley Woods ‘08
M.S., Sport Administration
School of Education and Human Development
University of Miami

  

JUDGES

Mackie Feierstein, M.S.
Assistant Athletic Director, Ticket Sales Miami Hurricanes Athletics
Hecht Athletic Center
University of Miami

Kysha Harriell, Ph.D.
Clinical Professor, Kinesiology & Sport Sciences
Assoc. Dean of Race, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
Sr. Associate Dean, Undergraduate Education
School of Education and Human Development
University of Miami

Scott Levin, M.S.
Executive Director
Herbert Wellness Center
University of Miami

Tony Musto, Ph.D.
Director, Fitness Programs
Herbert Wellness Center
University of Miami

Shawn Post, Ph.D.
Former Associate Dean, Undergraduate Studies
Former Associate Professor
School of Education and Human Development
University of Miami

Gary Shaw B.Ed.
President and CEO
Gary Shaw Productions
Chief of Staff
World Boxing Association

  

PARTICIPANTS

TEAM PINK
Mason Webster* – University of Kentucky
Steven Dabdoub – University of Miami
Tyler Hamilton – San Diego State University
Aries Hernandez – Florida International University
Eden Ricardson – Louisiana State University

TEAM GREEN
Gabrielle Diaz* – William Patterson University of New Jersey
Kirt Moore – Oklahoma State University
Kelly Rico – Florida State University
Arielle Scavo – University of Miami
Jacky Ngo Um Tiba – University of South Carolina Upstate

TEAM WHITE
Roxanne Garceau* – Gannon University
Jordyn Brockwell – University of Alabama
Erik Herrada – California State University, Sacramento
Sam Hunt – West Chester University
Dan Martin – Dartmouth
Jack Palma – Stony Brook University

TEAM BLACK
Jay Ocean* – University of Windsor
Bobby Julia – University of Florida
Daniel Martinez – Mississippi State University
Tiana Mohammed – Florida International University
Rujia Zhang – Nanjing Sport Institute

TEAM YELLOW
Matt DeCandio* – University of South Florida
Vittorio Attunes – University of San Francisco
Martin Haberer – University of Miami
Maria Santana – University of Central Florida
Difu Wang – Michigan State University 

TEAM BLUE
Noah Drapeau* – University of Miami
Zicong Lou – Beijing International Study University
William O’Connell – Sacred Heart University
Mauricio Ortiz – University of Texas at Dallas
Cynthia Paddyfote – Morgan State University 

TEAM GRAY
Jalen Perry* – Culver Stockton College
Zirui Du – Hunan Normal University
Aaron Gutierrez – Florida International University
Carter Krouse – University of Miami
Tyana Omazic – University of Missouri

TEAM ORANGE - WINNER
Jake Teplitsky* – University of Miami
Jerell Matthews – Stony Brook University
Tony Martin – North Carolina A&T
Louis Pierre – University of Central Florida
Alfonso “Fonzi” Restrepo – University of Miami

 

WAYS TO HELP

MAKE A GIFT

Supporting the Sport Ethics Debate programming gives our graduate-student hosts the ability to engage high-level speakers, connect the online program to other students, allow students to network with industry professionals after the debate, and live streaming the debate on social media.

There is no question as to the importance of sport ethics today.


 

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