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EKIN 3210 Sports Administration I November 2, 2009 Jake Sebastian Internal Contacts Mr. Joseph Morrone Assistant coaches – is it better to correct the head coach or to stay completely loyal and believe his philosophy? Athletes – How hard is it to handle the time demands of practice, games, and schoolwork while completing a rigorous work load? Custodians – What’s the most annoying thing to clean up that shouldn’t have to be there for you to do anyway? Dining Services – How hard is it to maintain “homemade quality” when providing for such a large group of people? Field Maintenance crews – How easy has the addition of turf been on your demands of the field? President of University – Is it more important to win games or have scholar athletes? Professors – How hard is it for you to be impartial to the grading process with non-
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Unformatted text preview: scantron tests? Police and Fire Departments – how often do you practice emergency evacuation drills? And do you think that it’s enough? Secretaries – How long do you spend on the phone per day dealing with transferring calls to the coaches? School Band – Do you wish you played more “now” music than classic band songs? Student body – Do you support earlier or later games on the weekends? Travel agent – How much more difficult is the process of traveling overseas or even to another country as compared to within the US. Work Study students – do you only do it because you like the position you have or are you in need of the money and need another source of financial aid?...
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