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Who’s Who at VCU Business: Brendan Dwyer

Ever thought about turning a passion into a career move? Meet Brendan Dwyer, Ph.D., director of Research and Distance Learning at the VCU Center for Sport Leadership.

Black History Month Leading Voices: Hussein Alhassan Leads Beyond Borders

VCU Business sat down with CSL grad student, Hussein Alhassan, to talk leadership, breaking barriers and shaping futures in Ghana.

VCU Center for Sport Leadership alum helps the NFL kick off in Germany

From the CSL to the NFL: Luca Fritsche, a 2021 VCU - Center for Sport Leadership graduate, takes us behind the scenes as a season support assistant for NFL Germany. Discover the highs and challenges of promoting American football in an international hotspot.

VCU Center for Sport Leadership ranked top 10 in the world

CSL recognized in SportBusiness Postgraduate Course Rankings for eighth straight year.

First Women Who Drive Richmond honors 12 leaders ‘with an extra gear’

Executive Director Carrie LeCrom, VCU Center for Sport Leadership, was one of the 12 women honored at this inaugural event.

Executive Women’s Day ‘Game Changers’ Event featuring Carrie Lecrom

The Dominion Energy Charity Classic kicks off Monday October 17 with the 2022 Executive Women’s Day ‘Game Changers’ Event featuring a power panel of women executives. Jessica talked with “Game Changer” Carrie Lecrom, the Executive Director of the Center for Sport Leadership with VCU who shared a bit of her insight.

NFL assistant coach teaches Center for Sport Leadership class

Seattle Seahawks Assistant Coach Aaron Curry taught Foundations of Coaching to Distance Learning students this Summer.

VCU alum nominated for ESPY

Kate Ward has been captain of the U.S. deaf women's national soccer team since 2016.

What happens when you cancel the youth Olympic Games?

Carrie W. LeCrom, the executive director of the Center for Sport Leadership at Virginia Commonwealth University, told FiveThirtyEight that “qualified and effective coaches are much more critical” to future athlete success than going to a single YOG.

50 years of Title IX: A look at ‘a notable first step’ toward a more equitable playing field for women and girls

As the nation looks back, VCU experts, including Carrie LeCrom, Ph.D., executive director of the Center for Sport Leadership at the School of Business, talk about how it’s made a difference and the impact the civil rights law has had on the U.S.

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