Joey Gawrysiak, Executive Director, Esports Communications and Management
300K MacNaughton Hall
Co-Director Olivia Stomski, Professor of Practice, Television, Radio and Film and Broadcast and Digital Journalism; Director, Newhouse Sports Media Center
314A Newhouse 3, 315-443-4065
Co-Director: Gina Pauline, Undergraduate Program Director & Associate Professor Sport Management
402 MacNaughton Hall, 315-443-1666
Faculty: Kevin Belbey, Cristiano Bellavitis, Nicholas Bowman, Sean Branagan, Nina Brown, Rick Burton, Chanee Choi, Rafael Concepcion, Lindsey Darvin, Imraan Farukhi, Mary Graham, Roy Gutterman, Chris Hanson, Ken Harper, Shaina Holmes, Brad Horn, Jeeyoon Kim, Jordan Kligerman, Roger Koppl, Jeremy Losak, Joao Paulo Marum, Kevin McNeill, David Meluni, Su Hyun Nam, Dan Pacheco, Shelly Palmer, Gina Pauline, Adam Peruta, Farzana Rahman, Ed Russell, Milton Santiago, Renee Stevens, Olivia Stomski, Yuzhe Tang, Michael Veley, Li Wang, Patrick Walsh, Jason Webb, John Wolohan
The Esports Communications & Management degree is an interdisciplinary major that allows a student to blend coursework from the David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics with the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. The goal is to connect innovative 3D gaming immersive environments and technology with the world of traditional sports. This well-rounded curriculum is designed to provide students with industry-specific competencies in event management and marketing, broadcasting/production, communications, content creation, entrepreneurship, strategic communications, and esports experience and design.
Students will graduate and enter the workforce prepared for the ever-evolving industry of Esports.
All students within the major will be required to pass the Newhouse grammar test before graduation.