Poor communication can be a source of crisis for any organization, but sports organizations are especially vulnerable because of their visibility, says Alan Zaremba, associate professor and associate dean for undergraduate programs in the College of Arts, Media and Design.
March Madness offers college basketball fans an onslaught of games that feature epic matchups and dramatic finishes. Alan Zaremba — associate professor of communication studies and associate dean for undergraduate curriculum and research in the College of Arts, Media and Design — captured the experience of watching the tournament in Sin City in his book, “The Madness of March: Bonding and Betting with the Boys in Las Vegas.” We asked him why sports fans make the annual voyage to enjoy the tournament there.
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March Madness? Casino gambling? Each has a passionate following but when they are combined, the experience is an incredible whirlwind of emotion. Alan Zaremba, associate professor in communication studies, has […]