HUNTSVILLE, Ala.– Dozens of faculty, staff and administrators from the three institutions within the University of Alabama System are gathering here in The Rocket City today for the Ninth University of Alabama System Scholars Institute. This will be my third … Read More
[ ] Here’s one of those “Middle of the Night” blog posts that you don’t anticipate writing, but when they come to you, you just have to do it. I just completed a few vacation days on the road … Read More
SAN ANTONIO– What do the River Walk in San Antonio and Bryant-Denny Stadium on the University of Alabama campus in Tuscaloosa have in common? Drum roll …… They’re both the top tourist attractions in their respective states. I was shocked … Read More
SAN ANTONIO– Call me old-fashioned. But I took special delight in reading San Antonio Express-News‘ Mike Monroe’s front page story Wednesday about WNBA All-Star Becky Hammon being selected as the first female paid assistant coach in the NBA. The announcement … Read More
BATON ROUGE– The Scripps Howard Academic Leadership Academy provided an excellent opportunity for lessons in all things purple and gold. In between learning about ourselves and leadership styles, there have been a few moments to interact with Mike, the LSU … Read More
Monday I gave a lunchtime lecture, “Researching Sports Media When You’re Not a Sports Fan,” in the College of Media and Communication at Texas Tech University in Lubbock.
Getting a chance to gain a new perspective on West Texas this week on a five-day visit to Lubbock for the Engagement Scholarship Consortium’s 12th Annual Meeting hosted by Texas Tech University.
Time to reflect on what a great day I had with my mother, Sallie White Daniels and family ack in my hometown of Richmond, Va.
It’s Day 2 of my visit to Phoenix and here are three photos from the events so far today.
Met with unseasonably cool weather in Phoenix as I arrived on Day 1 of a five-day trip to Arizona State University.