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Mainestreet is an account that you will need for your class.
You will need to activate your Mainestreet account first before you can access to any UMaine related systems.

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You will need to do the following:

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Academ-e support service would have sent your 7-digit Mainestreet ID number and an activation key to your personal email account listed in our system.  If you have not received this information, please contact UMaineOnline Tech Support . *also check you person email spam folder in case it has gone in there*

After completing the activation of your Mainestreet account, please wait for 30-60 minutes before you can fully utilize your account.
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Your Mainestreet account has an associated gmail email address ( that the University will use to send you important information (such as billing and student records).

To access all the features of Mainestreet single-sign-on account, you can go to and log in with your Mainestreet account that you activated earlier.

Once you have signed in, you should see a “LaunchPad” section that allow you to access all the features and tools.

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ABSOLUTELY! It is VERY important that you try and sign in to the account as soon as you can.  It is the best to get every potential problem worked out before your Academ-e orientation day.  Technical support can be very busy when school starts so the sooner you get your problems resolved the better you are.this info, please contact us right away using the information at the bottom of this.  There might be a few other things besides Mainestreet & Blackboard.  The programs are FREE for UMaine students and can be downloaded online and then installed onto your computer.

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Blackboard should work with any of your favorite browser. To go to Blackboard website directly, you can point your browser to . You need to enter your Mainestreet login to be able to access.  You can also access Blackboard by going to the UMaine portal .

To learn more about Blackboard ahead of your class, here are some the  detail videos  on how to use Blackboard.

*Very important to know that your class might not be showing up under your Blackboard account until 2-3 days prior to the class start date.


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For class specific problems, please contact your professor by the information on the syllabus.

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FirstClass Retirement Update and Important Reminders

November 28, 2017

Issue 5 , IT Newsletter

The project to retire FirstClass in May 2018 continues to progress.

What’s Been Happening?

  • The Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL) and members of the FirstClass project team are meeting with faculty, departments, and organizations to assist them with the transition to alternative solutions for FirstClass conferences. The options include Blackboard, Google Apps (Google Drive, Google Groups…), Box , Listservs, and the UMaine MyCampus Portal .
  • UMS IT staff have developed support materials and processes to help faculty, staff, and students to migrate email, contacts, and stored files from FirstClass to Google Apps or Box ( link to training materials ). Google Apps training sessions were conducted throughout the fall semester.

What Can I Do Now?

  • If you are using FirstClass as your primary email account, you will want to start the transition to Gmail. You can sign-up for an upcoming training session. Here’s information about the schedule and the registration link:
    • Session Topic – Google Q & A
      • If you have been using gmail or any of the various google applications and have questions; feel free to ask away.
      • Location:  228 Merrill Hall
      • Date/Time:  December 11  9-9:30 am & 12:30-1:00 pm
    • Session Topic – FirstClass Migration Starter
      • Please note that this workshop is not intended for complex email migrations, such as archived messages stored in multiple locations. To participate in this session, you will need to know your  UMS and FirstClass login credentials (usernames and passwords), and be familiar with Getting Started with Gmail and GMail Basics. 
      • Location:  228 Merrill Hall
      • Date and Times: December 11 – 10:30-11 am & 11-11:30 am
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  • If you are a faculty member who needs assistance transitioning from FirstClass course conferences to an alternative course delivery solution, please contact CITL at [email protected] or 207.581.3333. 
  • If you subscribe to listservs and use your FirstClass address for those lists, you will want to change your email address with the listserv provider. You will also want to change your email address with online services.

What’s Next?

  • As of December 1, 2017:
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    • No new FirstClass accounts will be activated.
    • The FirstClass course conference creation feature will be disabled.


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When people think of scholarships, they tend to concentrate on those awards that target graduating high school seniors or college undergraduates. But there are a wide range of scholarships aimed at younger students as well. These programs are open to middle school and high school students, between the ages of 13 and 17, who have set their sights on college and are beginning to build their education fund.

When it comes to planning for college, it is never too early to begin looking for funding opportunities. These scholarships offer younger students the chance to start building their education fund well before they leave home for college.

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Scholarships for middle school and high school students are generally independently funded, and are designed to reward scholastic ability and /or extracurricular activities. These programs typically take the form of contests, and students are awarded a scholarship according to their performance. These scholarship programs are designed to do more than just provide students with money for college. Their underlying purpose is to instill a love for learning, and to encourage more students to pursue a college education.

The following programs are typical of the scholarship opportunities available to middle school and high school students.

  • The Christopher Columbus Awards is a national science, technology, and mathematics program for middle school students. Participants work in teams to identify a problem in their community and, using the scientific method, devise and implement a workable solution. Each member of the winning team receives a $2000 savings bond which can be put toward their college fund. Winners will also receive a grant of $200 to further refine and develop their idea.
  • The Doodle for Google Competition is open to children in grades K – 12. The competition asks children to design a Google Logo based on a predetermined topic. Awards are given in four grade divisions: K – 3, 4 – 6, 7 – 9, and 10 – 12. The four national finalists in each grade group will receive a $5000 scholarship to be used at the college or university of their choice. One national winner will receive a $30,000 scholarship.
  • The Gloria Barron Prize for Young Heroes is open to students aged 8 to 18. Each year the Barron Prize is awarded to 25 students who have made a positive difference to the people in their community and the health of the planet. Award criteria focuses on environmental issues as they relate to people and their communities. Winners receive a $2500 scholarship to be used at the college or university of their choice.
  • Kohl’s Kids Who Care Scholarship Program is open to students aged 6 to 18 who are involved in community service. Awards are given in two age groups, 6 – 12 and 13 – 18. To be eligible for an award, students must be nominated by an adult aged 21 or older. Ten national winners are chosen each year, each receiving a $5000 scholarship. 194 regional winners each year will receive a $1000 scholarship.
  • The National Geographic Geography Bee is an international contest designed to promote the teaching of geography in grade schools around the world. Like a spelling bee, students are quizzed on their knowledge of world geography in a contest setting. The contest is open to 8th graders at participating schools. Grand prize is a $10,000 scholarship.
  • Letters About Literature is a national reading comprehension and essay writing competition sponsored by the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress. The contest is open to students in grades 4 – 12. Contestants must submit an essay, in the form of a letter to a famous author, discussing how the author’s work has changed or impacted the student’s life. Awards are given in three divisions, grades 4 – 6, 7 – 8, and 9 – 12.
  • MATHCOUNTS is a national competition for middle school students in grades 6 – 8. The contest takes the form of a spelling be, with contestants answering increasingly difficult mathematics questions in a competition setting. The national champion will receive an $8000 scholarship to be used at the college of university of their choice. The second place winner receives a $6000 scholarship, and third and fourth place winners will receive a $4000 scholarship each.

These are only a few of the many scholarship competitions designed to benefit younger students who have their sights set on a college education. Students, and their parents, who wish to find scholarship opportunities in their age group should speak to their middle school and high school counselors for information on programs and competitions for which they may be eligible. It is never to early to begin planning for college, and scholarships for middle school and high school students offer the opportunity to begin building an education fund well in advance of graduation.


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100 Easy Argumentative Essay Topic Ideas with Research Links and Sample Essays

Updated on November 28, 2017

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Virginia has been a university English instructor for over 20 years. She specializes in helping people write essays faster and easier.

Choosing an Easy Topic

Need a great argument topic? Below I give over 100 ideas. You’ll write faster and easier if you pick a topic based on:

  • Knowledge: Picking a topic you already know a lot about can make research faster and easier.
  • Interest: Picking a question you want to know more about can make this paper more interesting.
  • Available Sources: I give links to many sources. Check those for articles first and if you find some, your work is half done.

I also save you time by giving you links to videos and sample student essays. Check out my guides for writing papers too. Good luck! If you get a good grade, be sure to come back and tell me!

What You’ll Find in this Article:

1. Instructions for how to (and how not to) pick a topic.

2. Lists of topic ideas (in the categories of food and health, obesity and dieting, recycling and the environment, families and relationships, and science and technology, with videos and many links to research and student essay examples.

3. Step-by-step instructions for how to write your essay.

How to Pick a Good Topic

  1. Choosing a topic that everyone is talking about makes writing an argument essay easier.
  2. Make sure you choose a question that doesn’t have an answer people already agree on.
  3. Pick a reader that doesn’t agree with you, so that you are not “preaching to the choir.”
  4. It also helps if the topic is something everyone has an opinion about: this will make it easier to get examples to back up your essay, either from articles or from people you interview.
  5. Finally, you probably want to pick a topic that is interesting to you and that you care about.

What Topics Not to Pick:

Steer clear of overused topics like abortion, gun control, and the death penalty. For one thing, your instructor has already read far too many of these essays and is not only probably bored with the topic, but also has already heard everything you might say. Moreover, although those may seem like easy topics, they really aren’t, because most people are set in their ways about these issues and it is hard to think of an argument that might change their minds.

Sample Student Essays

  1. Is Deforestation Worth it? Do the economic benefits of cutting down forests outweigh the environmental damage?
  2. What is Love? What kind of love leads to a lasting relationship?
  3. Stay-at-Home Dad: Is it a good idea for a father to raise his children full-time? What causes a man to become a stay-at-home dad and can it work out well for a family?
  4. Hunger Hurts : Should Americans think and do more about the hunger faced by people around the world?

Obesity, Dieting and Food

Why are Americans rapidly becoming more obese?

  1. Why are Americans rapidly becoming more obese?
  2. What can be done to help children maintain a healthy weight?
  3. How can people lose weight and keep it off?
  4. Is weight gain caused by genetics, environment, or some other factor?
  5. How do naturally thin people stay that way?
  6. What is the relationship between food, exercise, and weight?
  7. Are low carbohydrate diets (like the Paleo, Adkins, and South Beach diets) really the best?
  8. Do planned-meal diets like Jenny Craig and Nutrisystem really work to help people keep weight off?
  9. Why are Weight Watchers and other calorie-counting diets often considered the best by doctors?
  10. Is controlling weight really a matter of “calories in, calories out?”
  11. What is the best diet for a young adult?
  12. Can vegetarian diets be healthy?
  13. Why are so many people now choosing to go on gluten-free diets?
  14. Is sugar really bad for you?
  15. Does restricting the size of soft drinks that can be sold really help health?
  16. Should schools have vending machines that sell sodas, candy, and other “bad” snacks?
  17. What can schools do to promote better health in students?
  18. Does intermittent fasting really help you to be more fit?
  19. How can morbidly obese people lose weight safely?
  20. Is the T.V. show The Biggest Loser helpful in motivating people to be healthy? Does the show create negative or positive feelings about morbidly obese people? Does it exploit the contestants?
  21. What causes anorexia? How can it be prevented? How can you help an anorexic friend? Why are more young men becoming anorexic?
  22. What is morbid obesity? How does morbid obesity affect a person’s health?
  23. What should we do about the cost of healthcare for overweight people? Should there be a greater insurance premium for people who are obese?
  24. Is surgery a good method for people to lose weight?
  25. Are sugar substitutes helpful for dieting?
  26. Is fat really bad for you? Is a low fat diet the best?

Research Articles on Obesity and Dieting

Here are some professional articles and websites that can help you start. Many of these articles contain links to other sources also.

  • “Long Term Weight Loss Maintenance,” by Rena R. Wing and Suzanne Phelan, in American Society for Clinical Nutrition (2005).
  • The National Weight Control Registry . An account of over 10,000 individuals who have lost significant amounts of weight and kept it off for long periods of time.
  • Overweight and Obesity . U.S. government reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  • Diet Topic Articles from Psychology Today.

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Recycling and the Environment

Environmental essay idea: How dangerous is pollution to our health? Do masks and filters really help?
Environmental essay idea: How dangerous is pollution to our health? Do masks and filters really help? | Source
  1. What can we do to help people around the world have clean water to drink?
  2. Is hunting good or bad for the environment?
  3. Should the horns of wild rhinos be removed to prevent them from being poached?
  4. Can we protect wild areas and animals by promoting eco-tourism?
  5. Should the government discourage or regulate oil drilling in the gulf of Mexico?
  6. What are the dangers of fracking?
  7. Does recycling really make a difference?
  8. Should all states adopt a deposit on soft drink bottles and cans in order to promote recycling?
  9. Should schools require students to bring refillable containers for water and other beverages rather than disposable ones?
  10. Should supermarkets charge for plastic bags in order to encourage the use of reusable bags?
  11. Should your city (or campus) do more to encourage recycling?
  12. What causes people to litter? What could motivate people to clean up after themselves?
  13. What causes earthquakes? What can we do to reduce death or damage from earthquakes? Or how can we better predict them?
  14. Does being a vegetarian or vegan help the environment?
  15. Can using LED lights make a difference?
  16. How can composting help save the environment?
  17. What is hazardous household waste and why is it important not to throw it in the regular trash?
  18. What is deforestation? How does it happen? Can it be stopped?
  19. What is fracking? Is fracking worth the risks? Does fracking hurt drinking water?
  20. What is a carbon footprint? How can we change our carbon footprint?
  21. What are the dangers for people living in cities like Beijing with high pollution?
  22. Is nuclear energy really safe?
  23. What should be done with nuclear waste?
  24. What is the best way to handle our trash? Are landfills a good idea?
  25. Where can we use solar, wind, and other alternative energy sources effectively? What is the best way to encourage alternative energy use? (Government regulations? Incentives? Helping companies that produce these products? Advertising?)

Environment Research Links

  • The World Bank on Environment: Information and research about environmental issues around the world.
  • The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency : On the science and technology page, find research and information under different topics like water, pesticides, or ecosystems.
  • Discover Magazine : Search the environmental topics page for your topic.
  • U.S. Government Recycling and Conservation : Statistics and information.

Families and Relationships

 Are family vacations important for families? How important are fathers in the emotional development of children?
Are family vacations important for families? How important are fathers in the emotional development of children? | Source
  1. Should mothers stay home with their children?
  2. Do long distance relationships work?
  3. How can divorce be prevented?
  4. Is divorce something that kids can recover from?
  5. Are teenage marriages a good idea?
  6. Should teenagers that get pregnant keep their children?
  7. How can you get out of “the friend zone”?
  8. How can you know you are in an abusive relationship? Why do people stay in abusive relationships?
  9. What are the effects of domestic violence on children?
  10. Who should do the chores in a family?
  11. What are helicopter parents and how do they help or harm their children?
  12. Is it good to be an only child?
  13. Is doing sports together a good thing for families?
  14. How have video games impacted family life?
  15. Why do some people treat their pets as family members? Is this a good or bad thing?
  16. How important are grandparents to children today?
  17. How does interracial adoption affect a family?
  18. Are large families better for children?
  19. How does birth order affect children?
  20. Do older people make better parents?
  21. Have cell phones and social media made families closer or not?
  22. How should (or shouldn’t) you use social media in a dating relationship?
  23. How long should people date before they become engaged?
  24. What makes people have a happy, long-lasting marriage?
  25. Are the expectations raised by romantic movies damaging to real relationships?

Are Beauty Pageants Good for Kids?

Family and Relationship Research

“The Impact of Divorce on Young Children and Adolescents” by Carl Pickhardt in Psychology Today, 2011.

“Mothers Who are Jealous of Their Daughters” by Karyl McBride in Psychology Today, October 21, 2013.

“Long Distance Relationship Benefits Include Greater Intimacy, Study Says ” by Catherine Pearson in Huffington Post, July 18, 2013.

” 7 Research-Based Principles for Making Marriage Work” by Margarita Tartakovsky.


Argument ideas about cell phones: Will phones and tablets replace paper? Should cities invest in universal WiFi? Should schools allow cell phone use in class?
Argument ideas about cell phones: Will phones and tablets replace paper? Should cities invest in universal WiFi? Should schools allow cell phone use in class? | Source
  1. What is nanotechnology and how has it already changed our lives?
  2. How will nanotechnology affect dentistry or medicine?
  3. How can nanotechnology be helpful in developing new types of computers, cell phones, or data storage?
  4. Does using cell phones make people more or less connected?
  5. Do cell phones cause a cancer risk?
  6. What should the laws be concerning the use of cell phones while driving?
  7. Have social media and texting hurt or improved the lives of teenagers?
  8. Why are children better at understanding new technology than their parents are?
  9. Do violent video games cause people to act out violently?
  10. Should schools use video games as a teaching tool?
  11. Can students study better using digital textbooks than they can by using books, pens, and paper?
  12. Will paper and books become obsolete?
  13. What is the difference between reading on a screen and reading a book?
  14. Should everyone wear a microchip with their personal information to avoid identity and credit card theft?
  15. Should parents be able to choose the genetics of their children?
  16. Are smart watches going to replace cell phones?
  17. What is the next big leap in technology?
  18. Which is better, the PC or the Mac?
  19. If we can help people live longer through technology, should we? Is there a balance between quantity and quality of life?
  20. How can 3-D printers be used effectively?

Science and Technology Research

SciTech Daily : Science and new technology news and research reports.

CNN Technology News : Updates of the latest trends.

MIT Technology Review : Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s website for explaining new technologies.

9 Gadgets (and Other Tech) to Be Excited About in 2015 by Darren Orf at Gizmodo: January 18, 2015.

Aging and Retirement

  1. With people living longer, should the retirement age be increased? If so, what should be the age when people get benefits?
  2. What is the best way to plan for retirement?
  3. Is long-term health care insurance a good thing to purchase?
  4. Are retirement communities a good choice for older people?
  5. How important is it to retire near family?
  6. Should older relatives expect to be cared for in their own homes or in the homes of another family member?
  7. Is a nursing home ever the best option?
  8. How much money do people need to save for retirement?
  9. Is the average lifespan going to continue to increase?
  10. Can we grow older without getting sicker?
  11. Is aging a disease ?
  12. Will mushrooms help people fight aging?
  13. Can aging be reversed, or even cured in your lifetime?
  14. Falls are among the leading causes of injury and death for older people. What can be done to prevent falls?
  15. What causes some people to be able to live to be over 100?

Fast Paper Writing Instructions

If you want to write a quick and easy argument paper, follow these simple steps:

  1. Pick a topic question from the lists above.
  2. Decide your answer to the question (this is your beginning thesis).
  3. Write down everything you know about the topic.
  4. Talk to your friends or family to find out what they know, have heard, or have read recently about the topic (have them give you the source if they know it).
  5. Look at some of the research articles or web sites about that topic.
  6. Look back at your question and refine your answer. After gathering information, you may want to change it.
  7. Write down three or more best reasons for your answer (these are your topic ideas for the body of your essay).
  8. Using those reasons, look at the articles you’ve read or the ideas you’ve already written down for some evidence to support those reasons (this is the backup evidence for each topic sentence).
  9. Write your outline, then follow it to write your paper.

For more detailed essay instructions, see How to Write an Argument Essay, Step-by-Step .

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Questions & Answers

  • I need to write a Toulmin strategy argument paper about abuse. Do you have any quick and easy ideas?

    1. What causes people to…
  • I need to write a persuasive argument. Do you have any quick and easy ideas?

    If you can’t find a topic in this list, you might want to see 100 Easy Persuasive Essay Topics with Tips to Write a Paper Fast:…

    Here are some of the easiest topics for most students:

    Is video gaming good or bad?

    Why you should not procrastinate.

    Does media violence create real violence?

    How important is a college degree?

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  • What is a good Rogerian argument regarding ALS disease?

    A Rogerian argument is a…
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  • What are five good topics that can be argued from several sides?

    You bring up a good point that there are many topic questions which don’t have only two answers or just two ways that people think about the issue. Here are some of the best topics to produce a compelling discussion from a variety of perspectives:

    “What is the best way to choose a marriage partner?”

    “What is the best diet for losing weight?”

    “What makes someone “beautiful?”

    “What is the best way to solve the problem of….(homelessness, racism, poverty or any other social issue)?”

    “What is the best way to study to get top grades?”

    Helpful 2
  • Can you suggest a good editorial topic on micro-chipping that is easy to write about?

    Here is a couple to consider:

    Should microchipping be required for all pets?

    How helpful is microchipping?

    How important is microchipping?

    Should microchips be used in humans for identity or credit cards?

    What are the uses of microchips in humans?

    Should companies microchip their employees?

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  • Can you give me ideas for a conversational topic that is in the “yes” or “no” format?

    Many of the argumentative topics in this list could be formed in a conversational way if you start them with the phrase “Are you for or against” or “Do you…or not?” Here are some ideas:

    Are you for or against divorce for any reason?

    Do you believe in God or not?

    Would you or would you not be willing to adopt a child that needed a home?

  • I need to find a trending topic for a research paper about Ghana. Do you have any suggestions?

    Here are some possible topics, many of which could apply to other nations if you substituted a different country name:

    How is the popularity of fast food chains like KFC in Ghana changing the health of the nation?

    What is the best way for the government of Ghana to provide health care to rural areas?

    How can Ghana fight corruption?

    How have artists from Ghana sought to influence their culture?

  • I need to find a devastating event that happened in America that can be argued for an essay assignment. Any suggestions?

    There are lots of good possibilities for this assignment if you think about arguing whether this changed the way Americans viewed something, or whether the event was good or bad for Americans, or whether Americans had the right response. Choosing to argue from an unusual side can sometimes make a more interesting paper. Here are some possibilities:

    How did the Civil War change the American ideas of democracy?

    Was the Great Depression good for America?

  • I need to find an argumentative topic on student issues. Can you help me?

    Here are some excellent essay ideas for student issues:

    1. Should schools do more to prevent cheating? Or should students do more to stop cheating?

    2. How much studying do you really need to do in school? Do some students study too much?

    3. What is the most effective way to have a good social group in school?

    4. Does social media use hurt student’s social lives? What should the individual student do to have a healthier and happier social life in school?

    5. What makes an excellent teacher? How can teachers do a better job (choose one or more) at teaching the information clearly, motivating students, making their subject interesting, or meeting students needs?

    6. What makes someone popular? Are popular students meaner than other students, or are they nicer?

    7. How important is it to be involved in extracurricular activities?

    8. Are school sports good for students or do they take too much time and effort away from doing well in school? Should student-athletes have special privileges?

    9. Should schools spend more time and money to develop their fine arts programs?

    10. What is the best extra-curricular program to be involved in at your school?

  • I need a research topic on marriage. Do you have any suggestions?

    Sure! I have 15 marriage research topics along with writing tips in my article:…

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    2. Talk it out: take out your phone, and record yourself talking out your ideas.

    3. Get help from a friend: If you feel stuck talking or writing on your own, then get a friend and have them ask you questions about your topic. You could also interview someone else about your topic, or even talk to a bunch of people to see what they think.

    4. Post it on social media. Post your topic idea on social media and see what everyone else has to say about it. Maybe other people have ideas of movies, news events or articles you can read.

    5. Google it: look for your topic on Google. Read as much as you can to find out more. Look for some good evidence you can include in your paper as you read or watch videos on the topic.

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    2. Research to find out the different views people have on that question.

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    2. When is it best to euthanize a sick or elderly pet?

    3. How can a city move to be a “no kill” zone for pets brought to shelters?

    4. Should domestic food animals like dairy cows, cattle and chickens be raised in pens or allowed to roam free?

    5. Should cats be kept indoors?

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    7. How important is it for children to be exposed to farm life and farm animals through field trips or 4-H clubs?

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    9. What are the best pets besides dogs and cats?

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  • Can you help me find research facts proving alcoholism is a disease for an argumentative essay?

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    7 months ago

    can you add topics about pitching

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    Virginia Kearney 

    9 months ago from United States

    Hi Ryan–I’ll add some! Good idea! My students are mostly between 18-22, but many students writing argument essays are older.

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    9 months ago

    I love your articles, they are really helpful to me.

    Virginia, Could you help me think of an argumentative topic about retirement age? I do not know how to write about it!


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    10 months ago

    wow thanks virginia, this really helped me out!!!!

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    10 months ago from United States

    Hi Stephen-I have several articles that tell you all of the steps you need to know for writing your argument paper. Just look at my profile or look at the articles linked to the side.

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    10 months ago

    Ammmm can u tell me how or what to do after I chose a topic like getting info.

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    I would like to thank you so so much for these great topics.

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    This is a great resource. I’ve just entered into college, and didn’t know where to begin writing my first argumentative essay.

    Thanks so much – voted up 🙂

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    Do you know or have you written of anything to do with the argumentative essay of "should smoking be banned" because I have to do essays with research and I need some reliable sites

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    Hi Aashi! I’m glad that younger students are finding my work too. Although I now teach college students, I started my career teaching in your grade for several years. I will have to put together some topics for primary grade students. Until then, you might want to look at my High School Topics, which have many ideas which are good for your age too.

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    Hi Nataly! You are welcome to shift the focus of the questions to whether governments should take action. My questions and topic ideas are just a starting point. I teach my students that there are a variety of ways to solve problems and one of those is by having governments or larger groups take action. However, I want my students to focus more on how they and their audience can personally take responsibility and action, so often my questions are more locally written. In my class, I focus on having my students address a very particular audience in their persuasive essays because effective arguments come from really thinking carefully about the viewpoint of the other person and developing points that would persuade that person. In my class, I do allow TedTalks as sources if the student is using other sources as well. However, I don’t think all professors do accept that type of source. Most people who do TedTalks have written out their arguments in papers or books, so I’d suggest you research to see if there is an online paper you can cite as well.

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    Hello, Virginia!

    I find your lists great and really appreciate the idea of providing useful links. Still, I would rather shift the focus of some questions so that they ask students to think more globally, from the point of view of the state and the society. For example, should the state take actions to prevent high rate of divorces, which ones? Are people in developed states responsible for providing water and food to the starving people around the globe?, etc. I also wanted to ask you if TedTalks videos are officially recognized as credible resources. Have you ever heard of any cases when professors forbid to use it? Thank you for a good work!

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    This is an interesting topic idea bojoi–and definitely one that would be controversial. I’d love to hear how you would develop your thesis.

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    Glad this will help you three keys!

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    Sometimes i find that the most easy or obvious topic the hardest to argue about. The less the words the greater the headache. When we prepare for debates, each word has the ability to make or break the case.

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    What an interesting range of ideas and tips! Massive thanks for writing this, pal! Voted up 🙂

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    This is very useful to those who must teach essay writing (and to those who must write them). I know I will be using this next time I teach English Comp. Voted up++

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    Wow! This is a very impressive list and great instructions. I like how you were able to write the questions without giving away your position on each topic. – Ginger

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    Very interesting. Fun ideas and great food for thought.

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Although large amounts of disaster-related scientific data exist today, they are typically dispersed geographically and owned by various entities including government agencies, research centers, community groups and, sometimes, individuals around the world, making them difficult to access and utilize for research and policy making. Four years ago, the CODATA task group Linked Open Data for Global Disaster Risk Research (LODGD) was established to study the mechanism for connecting such data to enable easier and faster discovery and access. After two terms of study since 2012, LODGD has focused itself on addressing the scientific questions, the technical challenges and the best practices of disaster data management. Data Science has been used to merge with disaster research and response.

The work of LODGD is an increasingly important activity with the UN endorsement of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 in June 2015 and the ongoing work by the Open-ended Intergovernmental Expert Working Group on Indicators and Terminology Relating to Disaster Risk Reduction – where the work will not be completed and ratified by the UN General Assembly until early 2017.  This means that providing guidance that is of value to national policy for disaster data needs to follow the agreements by the UN Member States after they have determined how they will provide the agreed indicators for the global. The seven global targets are:

  • Substantially reduce global disaster mortality by 2030, aiming to lower the average per 100,000 global mortality rate in the decade 2020–2030 compared to the period 2005–2015;
  • Substantially reduce the number of affected people globally by 2030, aiming to lower the average global figure per 100,000 in the decade 2020–2030 compared to the period 2005–2015;9
  • Reduce direct disaster economic loss in relation to global gross domestic product (GDP) by 2030;
  • Substantially reduce disaster damage to critical infrastructure and disruption of basic services, among them health and educational facilities, including through developing their resilience by 2030;
  • Substantially increase the number of countries with national and local disaster risk reduction strategies by 2020;
  • Substantially enhance international cooperation to developing countries through adequate and sustainable support to complement their national actions for implementation of the present Framework by 2030;
  • Substantially increase the availability of and access to multi-hazard early warning systems and disaster risk information and assessments to people by 2030.

The Sendai Framework  in paragraph 25 (g) states – thus providing the mandate for UNISDR STAG -: “Enhance the scientific and technical work on disaster risk reduction and its mobilization through the coordination of existing networks and scientific research institutions at all levels and all regions with the support of the UNISDR Scientific and Technical Advisory Group in order to: strengthen the evidence-base in support of the implementation of this framework; promote scientific research of disaster risk patterns, causes and effects; disseminate risk information with the best use of geospatial information technology; provide guidance on methodologies and standards for risk assessments, disaster risk modelling and the use of data; identify research and technology gaps and set recommendations for research priority areas in disaster risk reduction; promote and support the availability and application of science and technology to decision-making; contribute to the update of the 2009 UNISDR Terminology on Disaster Risk Reduction; use post-disaster reviews as opportunities to enhance learning and public policy; and disseminate studies”.

In addition it is vital to link the LODGD activities to the other 2015 UN Landmark agreements of the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Climate Agreement (COP 21).

Following this work, we hereby propose a third term of LODGD task group. A new objective in our scope of work will be the study of national policies and initiatives on disaster data around the world, thus completing  LODGD’s sequence of study on the scientific questions, the technical framework, and data policy on disaster data management. 


Task Group Outputs

What are the most important outputs that the TG will produce (i.e. tangible things the TG will do and publish)?

  • The TG’s first white paper titled ” Gap Analysis on Open Data Interconnectivity for Global Disaster Risk Research” has been finished and is now in the external review process. It will be distributed broadly among the disaster related international communities and organizations.
  • The second white paper on “Next Generation Disaster Data Infrastructure” has been drafted and will be finished in the year of 2017.
  •  The third white paper on “National Policy Study on Disaster Data around the World” will be the main output of this term. 
  • Articles will be submitted by members to the CODATA’s Data Science Journal and other leading journals during the next two years. The articles will share the research outcomes from this task group, with topics ranging from the conceptual model and design of new disaster data infrastructure, methods for effectively and efficiently archiving and sharing historical disaster data, mapping disaster vulnerability, experience on developing linked open data applications on disaster mitigation, and others that will emerge from the group’s work.

In this phase, we will hold meetings for discussions of the white paper, internal reviews and external review.  LODGD task group members will participate in relevant conferences. We will consider holding workshops on linking open data for global disaster risk research (depending on the additional funding resources). Including:

  • Annual face-to-face meeting focusing on the LODGD group tasks.
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Posted by Larry Ferlazzo | Aug 29, 2011 | best of the year , teacher resources | 9 |

I don’t really use automatic countdown timers that display how many minutes and seconds are left until the end of a class activity. I find that just telling students what time an activity will end (we have a clock on the wall) and then demonstrating some flexibility works well for me, plus I typically want to keep the document camera and computer project available for teachable moments and displaying student work. However, I know some teachers whom I respect really like them.

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  1. Luis Perez
    on November 20, 2011 at 9:14 pm

    May I also recommend it has a very large display so it can be seen from far away. It’s very easy to use, and it even works on devices like the iPad.


  2. Nathan
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    I recommend
    Mainly because it is free of clutter


  3. Pablo Villalon
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    I recommend . It’s really easy to use and works in any device. Also its graphics are great. Try it


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    I recommend . Easy to use and looks great too!


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    Great Job 🙂
    Maybe you can also speak about a new online stopwatch :


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    Another great online countdown timer is


  7. anish
    on August 11, 2016 at 12:33 pm

    These are all timers that you use in presentations.
    Is there a website where you make an account and set few timers of days, months or years. Go away and can log in to see your time tabs?


    • Larry Ferlazzo
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      I’m not aware of any.


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      You can try our

      No need to create an account. You’ll get a short URL for your timer/event and can check it at any time.


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    Speech on Human Rights

    The concept of Human Rights holds great significance in our lives, especially in today’s time when the exploitation of human beings is increasing day by day. The exploitation has been reported more than ever. To understand the basic rights of a human, it becomes necessary for the teachers to let students get themselves abreast of them. So here we give you both short speeches on Human Rights as well as long speeches on human rights to learn about human rights and the various categories under it. The content that we provide is comprehensive and can help students to learn all about basic rights to live life with dignity. We can confidently say that our content of the speeches on Human Rights are relevant to the topics and are a good reference point for all the learners.

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    Speech on Human Rights­­­­­­­ – 1

    Hon’ble Principal, Vice Principal, My Fell­­­­­­ow Colleagues and Dear Students – Good Morning to everyone present here!­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­

    I would like to utilize this opportunity to share my views on human rights and their relevance in today’s world.

    Let us first understand what exactly Human rights entail. Broadly speaking, human rights are such rights which each individual becomes entitled to by virtue of his birth and nationality. These rights are considered to be indispensable for any human being irrespective of his/her nationality, race, religion, language, etc. Different countries have their own set of legislatively backed human rights which its citizens are entitled to but the basic theme across is the same – to provide each of its citizens equal rights and not to discriminate among them.

    The concept of Human rights has been constantly evolving over the period of time. There have been some basic tenets in the way human societies functioned which recognized the importance of giving each individual access to certain rights. The society recognizes these rights of the individual and respects them.

    The earliest civilizations tried codifying the rights as part of the law. Hammurabi’s law was one of the first recorded mentions of the rights of individuals. However, these rights across the societies varied for different individuals. Although the basic concept has been that all citizens are equal, the definition of citizens vastly varied and there were many people who would fall beyond the gambit of citizens and hence do not have a statutory backing to their human rights. Over the period of time, the efforts of various social reformers and activists across different time periods have been to bring in more people into this concept of being citizens.

    The international law and theories which started taking shape around 19th century have attempted towards defining the human rights which are rights each individual is entitled to irrespective of the race, religion or culture. The qualification of being an individual defined here is in larger sense unlike the definition of citizens in the earlier societies. The efforts towards abolishing slavery, fights for equal rights to women, universal adult franchise are few of the efforts that ensured the discrimination of whom to be recognized as being eligible to have rights have been reduced and every individual by virtue of being born as human being is entitled to human rights.

    In today’s world, most of the countries recognize human rights and make it a part of their constitutional provisions. The countries which have not yet recognized the basic equality of all its citizens are trying to bring in changes in and provide safeguards for all the citizens to be enfranchised of the rights. These countries face the challenge of deep rooted stigma and discrimination carried down from many centuries. Implementing and practicing at the ground level still remains a problem. Individuals and in many cases large groups of individuals are denied their basic human rights. The main reason for it is the lack of awareness of what they are entitled to.

    Human rights are universal and everyone needs to be educated on these and understand that no matter where they are born and who they are, by virtue of being born as humans some rights automatically become a part and parcel of their life in a social set up.

    Thank You!

    Speech on Human Rights­­­­­­­ – 2

    Good Morning Everyone!

    Today, please allow me to utilize this opportunity and talk on a very important topic on which each one of us should have a fair knowledge and that is Human rights!

    The concept of Human rights as how we define now is of a recent origin in context of the long Human history. Modern thinkers and commentators attribute human rights to be a product of the French revolution in the 18th century where the values of liberty, equality and fraternity stood as the central theme for the whole struggle. However the human yearning for basic rights of all the individuals has been a fundamental aspect all through the course of human history. It is this understanding of the basic nature of human rights that we all need to be able to comprehend and realize its meaning, purpose and of course importance in the present times.

    The various revolutions and movements which took place in the modern history like French Revolution, American Revolution, the various freedom movements against colonialist rule, anti-slavery movement, women rights movements, etc all have a common theme running through them. It is to recognize the basic right of each individual to lead a life of equality and freedom. These movements helped shape the modern concept of Human rights. There have been many charters, declarations, statements etc which have been drafted and implemented by various authorities around the world to put into effect Human rights to each of its citizens.

    United Nations Organization (UNO) has recognized the importance of Human rights by declaring December 10th as World Human Rights day . This has been adopted since the year 1948. The rights can be included as part of the Human rights varies from each country to country. Modern states across the world have given prominence to this concept of Human rights by providing the citizens with rights which are backed up by the constitution and legislation. India, through its constitution provides its citizens set of fundamental rights. All the citizens in India have equal right to enjoy these fundamental rights and have a right to appeal when any of these fundamental rights are violated. Some Human rights like “Right to live” have a global acceptance and can be exercised in any country within the legal statuettes.

    The main idea which I intend to communicate is the need for each one of us to understand the importance of Human rights. The need has a duality to it. The first reason we need to understand about Human rights is for self. As citizens of a nation, it is of primary importance that we have an understanding of the rights that we are entitled to. This would help us to exercise the rights and fight against any exploitation. This understanding helps to serve a larger purpose as well. It is to recognize the rights of other citizens or in a larger context the rights of other human beings and ensure that we do not infringe on them.

    This understanding to fight for self and value others claim form the basis for practicing human rights in its true sense.

    Thank You!

    Speech on Human Rights – 3

    Dear Friends – Warm Greetings to all of you! I hope this day finds you in the best of spirit.

    Today, I am going to address a very crucial aspect of human life, i.e. Human Rights. Human rights are defined as those set of rights which are fundamental to human existence. Since they have a universal appeal, people from all over the world are entitled to it. Thus, these rights other than having a universal and fundamental dimension carry a global appeal as well. These rights enable a man to live under no fear or threat. Universalization of human rights without any discrimination is a mark of civilized society. These rights are framed while keeping in mind fundamental human demands and needs. Thus, human rights have found its place in the constitution of every nation.

    And, it is the responsibility of very nation to secure human rights for its citizens and give them the liberty to perform actions within their interest, which cause no threat to the integrity of others. As these rights carry a universal appeal, human rights and problems associated with them have become a cause of global concern. In fact, the UN has adopted Human Rights Charter and has asked various governments to not only give them a due place in their constitutional body, but also ensure their enforcement. It was on the 10th of December in the year 1948 that UN came up with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. In the contemporary times, a growing concern has been observed towards safeguarding human rights.

    The issues related with human rights differ from society to society whereas the entitlement of social, economic, civil as well as political rights of the people differ from one nation to the other as per the laws governing those rights of the people belonging to a specific country. For instance, the UN has taken much interest in doing way with the discrimination caused against women. Other than that, racial discrimination also forms a major cause of concern under human rights violation. Despite the fact that Black people are a majority in South Africa, they do not enjoy political or social rights as much as white people do, who continue to dominate black people. Nevertheless, this practice of racism has been abolished by the UN and a resolution too has been passed in this regard.

    Therefore, it becomes the utmost duty of every nation to form such laws and create such conditions where human rights of the citizens can be protected. Our country, India, has a democratic set up where its citizens are entitled to enjoy basic human rights, in addition to the freedom of expression. These rights are defined as Fundamental Rights, which needless to say form a significant part of the Indian Constitution.

    Our Indian Constitution assures six fundamental rights, which are:

    • Right to Freedom
    • Right to Equality
    • Right to choose Religion
    • Right against Exploitation
    • Right to Constitutional Remedies
    • Cultural and Educational Rights

    These human rights are founded on the doctrine of human solidarity, support, growth and access of everyone to the common legacy of humankind.

    Thank You!


    Speech on Human Rights – 4

    Hon’ble Principal, Vice Principal, Teachers and My Dear Students – Good Morning to one and all!

    I, Priyanka Vashisht from Standard-IX (C), wish to deliver a speech on Human Rights. As Social Science is my favorite subject the best topic that I could think of for this speech ceremony is Human Rights and more so because it’s a vital part of human existence. Why vital because we do not live in isolation, but in a democratic set up where everyone has certain roles and responsibilities to deliver. Besides, each one of us is also entitled to certain rights so that we can enjoy our status as human beings.

    In a civilized society, rights play an extremely critical role in the overall growth of human personality. The individual rights are referred to as conditions under which an individual is able to attain his goals or ideals by enjoying the privileges that come with a minimum set of rights. If I were to define human rights, I would define it in the words of Harold Joseph Laski, who said “Rights, in fact, are those conditions of social life without which no man can seek, in general, to be himself at his best”. To put it in simpler terms, rights are the fundamental necessities for a man to lead a good life, which are acknowledged under the state’s legal code.

    Human rights are universal in nature having a legal and moral framework, which aim towards safeguarding the interest of the people from rigorous legal, political and social abuses. Following are the human rights examples:

    • Freedom of Movement
    • Right to Expression
    • Right against Exploitation
    • Right to Freedom of Religion
    • Right to associate with a Political Party
    • Right to a Fair Trial when accused of a crime
    • Right not to be Tortured

    In addition, there are certain social and economic rights as well. Let’s take a look:

    • Right to Education
    • Right to Work
    • Right to have a good living standard
    • Right to have an equal pay for equal work
    • Right to leisure and rest

    These rights have moral grounds and have found a place in law at both national as well as international levels. They are primarily addressed to the governments for their observance and enforcement. The chief source of the modern-day thought behind human rights is the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (United Nations, 1948). The human rights philosophy attends to such questions as the existence, nature, content, universality and validation of human rights.

    However, despite these clearly formulated set of human rights, multiple cases of human rights breach at different places of this world have been observed. I firmly believe that in such a situation an everlasting state of prosperity cannot prevail in a nation where its natives cannot enjoy human rights which are so integral to their existence.

    Now, I would request my other fellow students to join me on stage and say a few words in this regard.

    Thank You!

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      International Human Rights Day is designated on the 10th of December every year. It was chosen because of the adoption and proclamation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) on the 10th of December, 1948 by the United Nations General Assembly. It was the first global declaration of human rights which was among the first major achievements of the United Nations. The formal launch of Human Rights Day happened during the 317th Plenary Meeting of the General Assembly on the 4th of December in 1950. That was when the General Assembly declared resolution 423 which invited all member states and other interested groups to celebrate the day.

      International Human Rights Day is usually marked by high-level political conferences and meetings along with special cultural events and/or exhibitions that deal with vital human rights issues. Additionally, it is traditionally during the day that the five annual Nobel Peace Prize and United Nations Prize in the Field of Human Rights are awarded. Governmental and non-governmental groups and organizations that are active in the field of human rights also schedule special events for commemorating the day with the participation of many civil and social-cause organizations.

      Purpose of International Human Rights Day

      The Human Rights Day celebration this year will have a special purpose being devoted to the launch of a comprehensive campaign for the 50th anniversary of the two International Covenants on Human Rights. The two covenants are the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. Both were adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on the 16th of December, 1966.

      The two covenants along with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights form what is called the International Bill of Human Rights set out the civil, cultural, political, economic and social rights which are the birth right of every human being on the planet. The celebration will have a special theme which is “Our Rights. Our Freedoms. Always” which is for promoting and raising awareness of the two Covenants during their 50th anniversary. The campaign will last one year and it will revolve around the theme of freedoms and rights specifically freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from fear and freedom from want. These freedoms reinforce the International Bill of Human Rights which are as relevant today as when they were initially adopted 50 years ago.

      What You Can Do on International Human Rights Day?

      • Use social media to spread awareness of International Human Rights Day and its advocacies
      • Encourage your local television and radio stations to make a public service announcement.
      • Organize an essay writing contest in your community and work with schools, newspapers and other organizations.
      • Create an event in your community to help inform the public about vital human rights issues.
      • Urge your local government officials to create an activity for Human Rights Day.
      • Organize a fundraising event to support human rights causes.
      • Invite human rights personalities to speak in a symposium.
      • Distribute posters and other informative materials to spread awareness of important human rights issues.
      • Volunteer for local and international organizations that fight for human rights.

      Message on International Human Rights Day

      On Human Rights Day, everyone is encouraged to stand for human rights and fight against human rights violations. This includes all countries especially those who are considered Member States of the United Nations. These states are reminded of their duty to fulfil the promises made during the Vienna Conference. We are all reminded of the basic rights we have as human beings.

      Special Tips on International Human Rights Day

      Here are tips for celebrating Human Rights Day in schools:

      • Write an article for your school newspaper about the importance of human rights
      • Stage a public reading of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
      • Set up an expression wall where students can write about the meaning of human rights for them
      • Make a viral video as a reminder of human rights day
      • Start a Facebook and/or Twitter campaign to celebrate Human Rights Day
      • Distribute flyers and other materials to spread awareness of the basic human rights
      • Hold a candlelight vigil or any other special event


      Human Rights Day is celebrated every year as a celebration of the adoption by the United Nations General Assembly of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. It also serves as a reminder that every human being has basic rights that no one should violate. Unfortunately, human rights violations are still rampant all over the world. This is why we all need to work continuously to fight for human rights.

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      Human rights are those rights which a person should have in order to be a human being. These are the rights which every person should enjoy to lead an honourable life as a human being. All individuals should enjoy these rights without any distinction of race, religion, caste, colour or sex. These laws have been given a proper place in the constitutions of almost all the democratic”countries of the world. In the present day world, there is a lot of concern about the protection of human rights.

      The United Nations on Decembers 10, 1948 adopted the Universal declaration of Human Rights and called upon the different member nations to assure all the human rights to their people. December 10 thus became a historic day in the annals of the world history. As such this day, i.e. December 10 is therefore celebrated all over the world every year as Human Rights Day.

      The Universal Declaration of Human Rights enumerates two sets of human rights. The first set of rights is civil and political rights which include right to freedom of speech, right to life and liberty, right to equality before law, right to have judicial remedy, right to move freely and right to vote or take part in the governance of one’s country. The second set of rights is economic and social rights. These rights include right to work, right to have rest and leisure, right to have a good standard of living, right to education and right to have equal pay for equal work.

      All the above rights are important in their own ways. The united Nation has taken a great deal of interest in abolition of discrimination against women. One of the most serious of violations of human rights is the case of racial discrimination. South Africa for example, had for quite some time practised a policy called Apartheid. As a result the black people who were in majority there had no political rights.

      The country was ruled by a minority regime of whites. The UN passed resolution to condemn its racist policy. Many countries including India broke their diplomatic relations with South Africa. However, the practice of Apartheid did not last for long. After a long struggle South Africa saw a significant change in this regard. For the first time in its histoiy, the people of South Africa got a Black President, Nelson Mandela, on the basis of one person one vote. Now, all the people of South Africa enjoy civil and political rights irrespective of race, colour and creed.

      Human Rights must be ensured to all human beings for their prosperity and happiness. India, being a democratic country, provides such rights to its citizens. The makers of the Indian Constitution have incorporated many of the human rights mentioned above in our constitution. Our fundamental rights are based on these rights. These rights have great importance for the Indian people.

      1. Rights to freedom of speech and expression enable a person to discuss freely for public and national well being.

      2. Rights to have judicial remedy enable a citizen to move any court if his rights are encroached upon by the Government, any person or any agency.

      3. Rights to Vote freely and to take part in the government of one’s country ensures political rights to a citizen.

      4. Rights to have equal pay for equal work save a citizen from economic exploitation.

      Thus human Rights are the basic human needs and demands. They are necessary for the all round development of a human being. Hence it is expected that every civilised state will incorporate these rights in its Constitution and try to ensure that its citizens enjoy them.

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      This is a PPT helping KS3 students to write a Compare & Contrast type of essay (eg. for poetry). There is a preparatory lesson to understand what types of essay can be used for this Compare & Contrast task, with an explanatory video, but also with the acknowledgement of the Block Method using the Temple of Knowledge formula (from 5 paragraphs, downgraded for KS3 to only 4). The second lesson, they will have to start focusing on completing a Venn diagram, which will then be reflected in their PEEL paragraphs, following the Block Method. I hope you will find it useful.You can spend a number of 3-4 lessons using this PPT for writing the essay.
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      Why a Sports Management Degree Will Separate you From the Competition

      November 16, 2015 by Brian Clapp 59 Comments
      Even after the pep rallies end, you can have a career in sports if you make the right choices

      Even after the pep rallies end, you can have a career in sports if you make the right choices


      That is the number of professional athletes in the United States, according to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics .


      That is the population of the United States, according to the U.S Census.


      That is the percentage of US citizens who are professional athletes, according to my calculator.

      This is not meant to dash every bit of hope you have to make it in professional sports, by all means pursue the pinnacle of your dreams. But if reality sets in for you, like it has for the 99.995% of us that never got paid to light up the scoreboard, a new truth can emerge:

      Even without a 98 mph fastball, working in the sports industry presents the unique opportunity to pursue your dreams, while also achieving a healthy bottom line.

      Why a Sports Management Degree Will Separate you from the Competition #sportsbiz Click To Tweet

      According to the latest figures from Plunkett Research a reasonable estimate of the total revenue deriving from the sports industry in the US would be between $440 and $470 billion yearly. how to prepare for your sports job search ebook

      Let’s put that in perspective with other US industries:

      • Restaurant industry – $400 billion
      • Real Estate industry – $310 billion
      • Auto industry – $220 billion
      • Education sector – $50 billion

      Just because the sports industry is thriving, doesn’t mean you can show up to an interview in your varsity jacket, professing a real love for sports and get the keys to a corner office.

      So how can you differentiate yourself from the rest of the sports loving worker bees? The answer could be an advanced degree in sports management.

      “The benefit of a sport management degree is that it provides the student with a basic foundation of the sport business,” says John Wolohan is Professor and Graduate Program Director of the Sport Venue and Event Management program at Syracuse University in The David B. Falk College.

      “It takes the student from being a fan, and teaches them that there is more to the sports business than rooting for your team.”

      A Sports Management degree takes the student from being just a fan and teaches them the #sportsbiz Click To Tweet

      First Things First:  What do you Expect From a Career in Sports?

      sports management degree

      These Oklahoma State sports management students hope a stadium like this can eventually be their office.

      Before you declare your major, you need to understand what your end goal is. Some of the most popular jobs that sports management graduates pursue are in:

      • Sales
      • Analytics
      • Public Relations
      • Management
      • Business Development
      • Social Media
      • Consulting

      It’s a common misconception that graduating with a sports management degree means you’re on the fast track to a job as General Manager of your favorite Major League baseball team, but nothing could be further from the truth.

      “I have two former students who are General Managers and a variety in various stages on that path, but I would say my involvement, and what I taught them, had very little to do with where they are,” says Dr. William Sutton, professor and director of the University of South Florida Sport and Entertainment Management program .

      “Understanding Analytics, which we teach, is an important aspect of the job – but the real role of a General Manager is knowing what talent looks like, how to find it and then how to develop it. We don’t teach those skills – those come in the way of internships and experiences.”

      It’s important to be realistic about your goals, and understand whether or not a sports management degree can help you get there, but the truth is, you don’t have to have it all figured out the day you complete your application.

      “Nearly 100 percent of our students change their mind about their professional goal after being exposed to something new in the industry during the course of the sports M.B.A curriculum,” says Scott Minto, director of San Diego State University’s Sports Business Management M.B.A. program.

      Go Where the Sports Jobs are

      The success or failure of major professional and collegiate athletic programs isn’t just the product on the field of play; it’s directly correlated to the revenue generated from sponsorship and ticket sales .

      sports ticket sales

      Working in ticket sales is just one of many opportunities a degree in sports management can drive you toward

      Sales make or break all businesses, which explains why of the 5,243 jobs currently active on over 22% are in some form of sports sales (data as of August 4th 2013).

      “Sales jobs are the most plentiful because they often pose the most challenges.  You have to produce the revenue and your compensation is tied to that production,” concludes Dr. Sutton.

      “Fear of failure, portrayal of the sales professional in films like Wall Street and Glengarry Glenross, the ‘no’ factor (hearing no 90-97% of the time), and frankly the demands of the profession are all deterrents. However, the satisfaction, pride and advancement opportunities for those that are successful come quicker and are more plentiful than any other aspect of the sports industry.”

      Society projects a negative portrayal of jobs in sales; the lasting impression is of a high pressure world spent cold calling targets during their dinner, but that is not the sales we are talking about.

      Just take a look at some of the course offerings from the Drexel University Masters in Sports Management Program :

      • Sports Budgeting & Fiscal Practicum
      • Sports Ticket Sales & Strategies
      • Corporate Sponsorship & Sales Strategies
      • Leadership in Sport Management
      • Sports Information & Public Relations
      • Consumer Behavior in Sport

      The focus of courses taught in sports management programs involves statistical analysis, strategic thinking and planning, understanding behavior, marketing, promotions and more.

      Sales are just one part of a sports management curriculum, and as you can see, cold calling isn’t mentioned anywhere.

      Sales are a big part of Sports Management curriculum, that is where the majority of jobs are Click To Tweet

      The Future of Sports Management

      sloan mit conference on sports analytics

      The Sloan MIT sports analytics conference is one of the foremost events for the advancement of sports analytics and data driven decision making,

      Most sports enterprises are advancing toward a data driven business model, where analytics and advanced statistics play a major role in decision making.

      “Analytics is a key element in sport management, I think the Sloan MIT Conference has driven this home and organizations such as the Boston Celtics, Houston Rockets and Orlando Magic are prime examples of organizations that are totally committed to Analytics,” adds Dr.Sutton.

      Undergraduate programs can’t possibly dedicate the time necessary to understanding the intricacies of sports analytics, but the proper advanced program can, especially when they work in conjunction with a professional team.

      “I am such a believer that the first curriculum change I initiated when I came to University of South Florida was to add a Sports Analytics costs course which was  co-taught with the Analytics team of the Tampa Bay Lightning – this is a great employment area as opportunities continue to develop.”

      If you have a love of sports, don’t give up on it just because you’re glory days of pep rallies and buzzer beaters are in the rear view mirror, there is a whole world of opportunities out there and a sports management degree can help you find your new truth.

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      Brian Clapp has worked in the sports media for over 14 years as a writer, editor, producer & news director. After beginning his career in Atlanta at CNN/Sports Illustrated, he switched coasts to Seattle to work at Fox Sports Northwest. In 2010, Brian began pursuing a new found passion on the digital media side, launching a successful website and then taking on the role of Director of Content for & .

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      1. Prof Frank E. Cuzzi says:
        August 9, 2013 at 3:08 pm

        A very nice article. Sports Management education is a wonderful place to to learn many practical tools and tactics for a successful career. Frank Cuzzi, Prof Sports Management, Berkeley College,NYC

        • Brian Clapp says:
          August 9, 2013 at 10:02 pm

          Thank you Professor Cuzzi – I may reach out to you the next time I need a quote!

      2. Alyssa Bosley says:
        September 15, 2013 at 7:02 pm

        This is the second article of yours that I’ve read over the last few weeks and both have been on point. As someone who has previously worked in the sport industry (MiLB and intercollegiate athletics), but is now on the academic side, I can certainly appreciate your perspective. I strongly believe every prospective and current sport management student should read your articles.

        Please keep up the great work.

        – Alyssa Bosley, professor in the James Madison University Sport and Recreation Management program

        • Brian Clapp says:
          September 16, 2013 at 4:06 am

          Alyssa, I’m humbled. Thanks for your kind words, I work pretty hard to have a point of view that is accurate and informative, I’m glad you found that to be true. Lets talk – I’d love to learn more about the JMU program, maybe we can do a profile article for the site! – brian email me if you are interested: bclapp at

      3. Jordan says:
        September 25, 2013 at 4:47 pm

        Hey Brian, I have read some of your articles and I am at Florida State as a sports management major. I am having many concerns about this major, and job availability and what I should do so I would appreciate it if we can talk as I am having doubts- Thanks Jordan

        • Brian Clapp says:
          September 26, 2013 at 2:58 am

          Jordan – I completely understand, when you approach graduation things start to get real and when they start to feel too real, panic can set in. Don’t let doubters put doubts in your head! So lets break this down a bit… for one, your major is just one piece of the puzzle of getting hired way more important is what skills you have and what experiences you have gained on internships. Just to put it in perspective, I’ve hired a bunch of people in my career I rarely looked at where they went to school or what they majored in… I was more concerned with what they knew. As for job availability, we have 5,554 jobs currently open in our database, all you need is one. Think of it like the NFL draft, you only need one team to love you to become a first rounder. I really want you to read my most recent article and start creating a plan. Also, sports management is a relatively general degree, start to get a little more focused on what you want… do you ant to go into sales, marketing, analytics, financial etc. Start to hone in and it’ll start to seem easier.

          Last thing… I went to the University of Delaware and had a communications degree. That is not impressive. BUt I got a job, got my foot in the door, and worked my tail off. I didn’t let that opportunity slip through my fingers. Make the most of whatever opportunity you get….and you will get one. – stay in touch, Brian

          • Daniel says:
            October 7, 2013 at 8:20 pm

            Awesome article!! I was just curious if you knew of any masters programs that were sport analytic specific and if not, would you recommend a Masters of science in applied statistics or masters in analytics?? For a degree path in basketball analytics as an assistant coach or GM!

            • Daniel says:
              October 7, 2013 at 8:20 pm

              Career path!!

            • Brian Clapp says:
              October 10, 2013 at 3:44 am

              Daniel – it’s a great question. I don’t want to give you an uninformed answer so let me ask around a bit for you and see what I can dig up – Brian

          • Drew says:
            July 26, 2016 at 11:59 pm

            I am Interested in starting a club at my school that focuses the analysis of sports statistics. The goal would be to help students analyze a variety of sports data to make predictions and to gain experience utilizing a variety of data to make real life analyses that a sports statistician might make.

            Do you have any ideas about how I could structure the meetings and what data the students might look at that they make meaningful connections to the data? If you have ideas of resources or materials that might be helpful, I would appreciate it.

            Thank you.

      4. Tim SCitti says:
        November 1, 2013 at 1:13 am

        My son is in a Sports Admin. major. How does that compare in your professional opinion?

        • Brian Clapp says:
          November 2, 2013 at 2:28 pm

          Tim – very similar, both degrees should focus on the business side of sports and managing operations, events, facilities, organizations etc – what I would suggest is that when he gets to elective part of his curriculum that he makes sure he takes classes in marketing and analytics. There are many many great opportunities in marketing so that is important to have a background in, and analytics is one of the fastest growing fields in sports. More and more jobs are requiring the ability to analyze not just statistics, but revenue models, ratings, performance indicators etc. While of course the goal is to work in sports, you want to have skills that translate to other fields as well and these both will! – Brian

      5. Johanna says:
        January 16, 2014 at 8:01 pm

        Our son is very interested in a career in sports in some way. We are just beginning the college process. Is it better to go with a marketing and management degree or possibly a communications or media degree and then do a Sports MBA program or should we be looking at schools that offer it at the college level as well?


        • Brian Clapp says:
          January 16, 2014 at 8:07 pm

          Johanna – this is a great question, the choice of college is a big one and even more important is the major you choose to pursue. I’m actually going to write a blog post on this tonight and publish tomorrow – I’ll use your question as the launching point, so check out the blog tomorrow morning (1/17/14) for a very in-depth answer! – Brian

          • Barrie says:
            January 15, 2015 at 9:18 pm

            My son is interested in working as a sports analyst/statistician, but we are having a problem finding a college that offers this degree. We are finding a lot of schools that offer sports management, but no statistics. Any suggestions?

      6. Philip Barofsky says:
        June 3, 2014 at 6:42 pm

        I am about to begin my college education at the University of Florida and would really like to talk to you about your ideas on a few different majors. I have had multiple ideas about a major in the business field but wanted to double major with a degree in the field of sports. My email address is [email protected] . A few moments of your time would be greatly appreciated.

        • Brian Clapp says:
          June 4, 2014 at 4:13 am

          Congratulations Philip – email me anytime – bclapp at workinsports dot com.

      7. kaitlyn pham says:
        June 28, 2014 at 10:53 pm

        Hi Bryan,
        I am just getting started on my masters program in sports management. I am thrilled yet also nervous due to the fact that I don’t know where I can start my career. I hope this degree will help me choose a career path in the sports industry. You are so knowledgable and have worked in so many different aspects of the industry. I would love to talk to you more so you can help me understand the different paths I can go. Thanks

        • Brian Clapp says:
          June 29, 2014 at 4:52 pm

          Kaitlyn- thanks for writing in, ask away with any questions you have – always glad to help. You can also join our LinkedIn group: which is a great way to talk with all kinds of people in the industry, not just me 😉

          The biggest piece of advcie I can give you is to do as many practical internships as you can, volunteer at events that come to your area (any PGA tour events? Basketball tourney’s, College showcases? find opportunities and be aggressive) and do things that can show up on your resume. Learns skills, gain experience – the classroom is great – but the real work gets done on the outside.

          Congrats on your masters program, I think it’s a great step for you! – Brian

      8. Brian says:
        July 17, 2014 at 8:36 pm

        I’m currently an undergraduate student looking for some advice. My goal career is to do something in the area of sports marketing/promotion. I am at Texas A&M in which I will be able to go into the business school and get a marketing degree, but I do not really enjoy the school itself. I want to transfer to the University of Texas, but it would be virtually impossible to get into the business school, in which case I would go the college of education route with a sports management degree. When applying for jobs do you think that the difference in majors will make a significant different as far as opportunities go?

      9. Brandon Floyd says:
        August 4, 2014 at 12:22 am

        Hi, my name is Brandon Floyd I am a rising sophomore and attending Catawba college. I am starting to get serious about my major and declaring it ,which is sports management and I like the information on this site but was just wondering is there any internships or anything that help you with your success that you can relay to me?

      10. Lance says:
        August 5, 2014 at 3:55 am

        Hi, Thanks for the article. It was real helpful. My son played golf for a major d1 university and the counselors convinced him to move from Business Marketing to Sports Administration. He is fixing to graduate with his BS. He still wants to pursue playing professional golf but I worry that if he has to fall back on the sports admin degree that it will be tough. He is going to try a couple more years at golf but I want to convince him to continue his education while making the attempt.

        What is the best advice I can give him on improving his future employ ability while giving the golf a try? Should he get a Masters Degree? Should he focus on Sports Golf related? Should he get an MBA in sports admin? Thanks for the advice up front.


      11. Blaise Bourgeois says:
        August 11, 2014 at 6:51 am


        Thank you for the article. It was a great read and gave great insight.

        I just graduated this past May with a degree (BA) in Mathematics & Computer Science from SUNY Purchase in Westchester, NY. I was fortunate to not only play three years of college soccer, but two years at the semi-professional level as well. Like a lot of athletes, I focused on sports 99% of the time, and did not really think much about my career path until 3 months prior to graduation.

        I absolutely excelled at mathematics, but I didn’t get much out of the computer science aspect, which is what all my current interviewers are looking for. After graduation, I’ve been looking at accounting and data jobs… yet nothing is motivating me. There’s nothing out there that screams I WANT TO DO THIS THE REST OF MY LIFE.

        I just went away to coach a summer sports camp in Maine. While I was there, I had quite some time to break away from the job search and really focus on what I wanted to do with my life when I got out. I’ve always been a diehard fan of sports, not just typical American sports, but I am fascinated with everything… including a HUGE soccer fan, rugby, snooker, darts, hurling, etc… I know that I can focus and retain information when it has to do with sports, and I’m actually motivated. After being inspired by watching Coach Carter, I decided I wanted to continue my education, and work in sports.

        I have a unique goal of working in European soccer in some capacity. I’m a huge numbers nerd, I even did my senior thesis on number theory and statistical analysis. I have experience in many capacities… coaching for a few different organizations, marketing with Nike Soccer and Gatorade through an agency, financial work with JP Morgan when I was in high school, even an internship in sports journalism.

        I don’t really have an exact question, but as a big mathematical/quantitative and strategic mind, how do I go about myself making the best use of those qualities in the sports industry? Also, how would I perk the interest of teams abroad with my resume, besides obvious necessary team experience (which I plan on attaining at my graduate school)? Do you have a school recommendation that’s more advanced in analytics?

        Sorry for the essay.
        Blaise Bourgeois

      12. Daniel Ulise Draghici says:
        November 7, 2014 at 4:38 pm

        Very good analysis. Thank you for sharing the first steps in sports careers . Of course, it’s easier after playing competitively and getting some notoriety, but with a Sports Management Degree, you see the big picture in sports business, and it’s much easier to find your path afterwards. Keep up the good work, Brian.

        • Brian Clapp says:
          November 7, 2014 at 7:44 pm

          appreciate that Daniel – best of luck to you, Brian

      13. James says:
        June 4, 2015 at 7:06 am

        Sports is one of the best career which we need to venture in and exploit our potential. To be effective,it is good to join an institution of high learn and learn more concerning sports

      14. Lissette Courtnage says:
        March 3, 2016 at 11:52 pm

        Really cool article title! Thanks for the share

        • Brian Clapp says:
          March 7, 2016 at 3:09 pm

          Thanks Lissette!

      15. brenda orozco says:
        March 21, 2016 at 6:02 am

        Hey Brian,
        I want to go into sport’s management but my school only offers a management degree, what is the difference between a sports management degree and a management degree? Would I be at a disadvantage if I got a degree in just management? Should I just get the management degree or should I try to transfer to a different school that has a sports management degree program? Also, I was planning to double major in management and in sports administration and marketing, would that be a good idea? Thanks.

        • Brian Clapp says:
          March 23, 2016 at 7:53 pm

          Brenda – I think you’ll be just fine with a business management degree vs. Sports management. The only thing you will miss out on is the sports specific angles regarding sponsorship, facility management, media relations, sports law etc. You’ll still get these classes, they just won’t be taught with a sports angle. I would not transfer or get too worked up about this shortcoming of your current school. Make sure to do sports specific internships and you’ll be good to go! – Brian

          • brenda orozco says:
            March 30, 2016 at 7:55 pm

            Thank you very much! Appreciate the advice.

            • Brian Clapp says:
              March 31, 2016 at 1:29 pm

              You got it! Good Luck – Brian

      16. Gregory Brooks says:
        March 28, 2016 at 10:23 pm

        I have a question… Do you think it necessary to get a degree in sports management I what I really want to do is to coach ? Would a degree in sports management help me in any way?

        • Brian Clapp says:
          March 29, 2016 at 3:04 pm

          Gregory – It’ll help you understand the underlying business of sports and how sponsorship and maketing affect team results and composition. I don’t think it would hurt, but you aren’t going to get X’s and O’s. I’d think about some psycology courses though, so you can really understand the athlete at work. – Brian

      17. sara haley says:
        September 9, 2016 at 2:32 pm

        Brian – Great article. I graduated from LSU with a Sports Admin major (and swam for 4 years) and moved right to NYC to work in the sports industry. Last year, I was with ESPN working as a Digital Account Manager and this year I’m with the MLB. I start working on my Masters in Sports Management online with Southern New Hampshire University in October. I’m super excited as I also hope to move into event management, Labor Operations, or Fan Operations.

        • Brian Clapp says:
          September 12, 2016 at 5:26 pm

          Good luck sara! – Brian

      18. Rahul says:
        October 19, 2016 at 6:31 am


        Thank you for the article About Sports Management. i am interested in sports Management Program. i belong to India. i search many institutes in India. can you suggest any good institutes in India. I found is located in mumbai (India) i found it good can you plz suggest me some best institute.. about sports management.

        • Brian Clapp says:
          October 20, 2016 at 1:37 pm

          Sorry Rahul – I have no knowledge of sports management programs in India. Best of luck – Brian

      19. Kathlyn Sosinski says:
        February 28, 2017 at 3:26 am

        You have brought up a very wonderful points , thankyou for the post.

      20. Pranay says:
        April 17, 2017 at 7:27 pm

        I am currently pursuing my undergraduation in electronics engineering in Mumbai,in India ,how do I get admission in your institute ,what’s the procedure,?Also what is the duration of course,the football post graduation one plz reply

      21. weblord Institute of Sports Management says:
        March 6, 2018 at 7:32 am

        Thanks for sharing this valuable information



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      Lightning, USF enter into partnership to launch MBA in sports and entertainment management

      Peter Pupello

      / Tampa Bay Lightning

      On Thursday, even prior to the Tampa Bay Lightning’s 7:30 start against the San Jose Sharks, several members of the Tampa Bay Sports and Entertainment organization were already celebrating a victory.

      This win in particular, however, occurred off the ice.Lightning owner Jeff Vinik, University of South Florida president Judy Genshaft and Dr. William Sutton, also of USF, addressed the media during a mid-afternoon press conference to announce a new and exciting joint partnership. Per the agreement, the two institutions will team up to provide students with the opportunity to work with and learn from the nation’s top faculty and sports industry leaders, thanks to a new graduate program in sports and entertainment management.

      Beginning in August, USF will offer the two-year degree program, which emphasizes the business fundamentals of the sports and entertainment industry and provides graduate students with paid internships to help them experience how those lessons play out in the real world.

      “USF is a big and an important part of this community, so it was a real pleasure to join forces with them and dream up what could be,” Vinik said. “Our goal nearly two years ago was to make everything about the Lightning world-class. It’s great to see that there is a university in town that has those same aspirations.”

      According to Vinik, the Lightning Foundation will provide some financial backing for the program, as well as host an annual golf outing and continue to devote hours of volunteer service throughout the community, all in conjunction with USF.

      Following Vinik’s opening address at the podium, Genshaft also stated her intention to help prepare the next generation of sports and entertainment industry professionals.

      “USF brings the brightest minds of our business school, our reputation as a top-tier global research university, and our unwavering commitment to student success to this partnership,” Genshaft said. “Our metropolitan location is rich with sports and family entertainment businesses and our region has been the host to the Super Bowl, the Stanley Cup, the World Series, and NCAA Tournaments, including this year’s “Frozen Four” NCAA men’s hockey championships to be held at the Tampa Bay Times Forum in April. Our partnerships will help prepare students for careers in sports and entertainment management all over the world.”

      Dr. William A. Sutton, formerly of the DeVos Sport Business Management Graduate Program at the University of Central Florida, will direct the MBA in Sport and Entertainment Management at USF.

      Per program requirements, Sutton said Degree seekers will complete foundational MBA courses in management, finance, marketing, information systems, and accounting as well as elective courses that focus on the sport and entertainment industry. Students will also complete two internships as a part of the program, working in key business functions with the Tampa Bay Lightning, partner firms, or other sports and entertainment businesses in the Bay Area.

      “A business is only as good as the company it keeps, and the organizations we choose to partner with make a bold statement about our business values,” Vinik added. “We’re excited for this new opportunity to partner with USF and offer students internships and practical experience in sports and entertainment management in the ‘living laboratory’ of Tampa Bay. Students will benefit from exceptional learning opportunities, and ultimately, the whole community will benefit from two well-respected organizations partnering to do something extraordinary.”

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