Northwestern University in Qatar holds periodic, one-day masterclasses for media industry professionals seeking to enhance their careers.
The Changing Business of Sport and Sport Communications (3 masterclasses)
Students who attend all three masterclasses in the Changing Business of Sport and Sport Communications executive education program will receive a certificate.
Instructor: Craig L. LaMay, Associate Professor in Residence, Northwestern University in Qatar
Craig LaMay is a professor at NU-Q with a teaching focus in sport communications. He is the former editorial director of the Freedom Forum Media Studies Center and editor of Media Studies Journal. A reporter and author, his essays and articles have appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Newsweek, Federal Communications Law Journal, Health Policy, and Communications and the Law. LaMay has a BA from Brown University, and an MA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
February 10, 2018Learn more
Instructor: Mark Conrad, Professor, Fordham University, Gabelli School of Business
Mark Conrad directs the sport business concentration and is an associate professor of law and ethics at Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business. In addition to teaching sport law and the business and ethics of sport, he also has taught courses covering contracts, business organizations, and media law. He holds a JD from New York Law School, an MS from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, and BA from CUNY (City College).
February 17, 2018Learn more
Instructor: Candy Lee, Professor, Medill School of Journalism and Integrated Marketing Communications, Northwestern University
Candy Lee is a professor at Medill, teaching in journalism and integrated marketing communications. Previously she was vice president of marketing at The Washington Post, overseeing multiple functions, from marketing to research, and originating innovative programs. Lee is a graduate of Harvard University, and holds a doctorate in organizational leadership from the University of Pennsylvania.
February 24, 2018Learn more