"Navigating a Career in Sports Media in a Fast-Evolving Industry" with NBA TV Host Chris Miles ’03, April 16

"Navigating a Career in Sports Media in a Fast-Evolving Industry" with NBA TV Host Chris Miles ’03, April 16

Chris Miles NBC Screen Shot

A screen shot of NBA TV Host Chris Miles '03

Richard Greenwald, PhD, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, will host alumnus and NBA TV Host Chris Miles '03 for a Virtual Dean's Series discussion at noon on Friday, April 16.

Grab your lunch and tune in to the the midday talk that will include topics such as mapping career goals, forging the right paths and partnerships, and how a Jesuit liberal arts education is the bedrock for success in media. For this next event in his continuing Virtual Dean’s Series, Dr. Greenwald will welcome NBA TV Host Chris Miles ’03.

Miles has developed a vast knowledge of all sports through his 15+ years of experience as a sports anchor, reporter, and host, working all over the country. Miles prides himself especially on his NBA, NFL, and MLB expertise.

"Sports Media has matured into a major sector of business," Dr. Greenwald said. "So many College of Arts and Sciences alumni are in media, and a growing number are in sports media. Chris Miles puts his liberal arts education to use everyday, usually on air. I look forward to showcasing the College’s new sports media major, which in a sense Chris pioneered." 

Registration is required for this event. Please R.S.V.P. today. 

If you have any questions in advance of the event, please email ose@fairfield.edu.

"Navigating a Career in Sports Media in a Fast-Evolving Industry" 

Date: Friday, April 16, 2021
Time: Noon
Location: Online

Additional Details:

Registration is required for this Virtual Dean's Series event featuring Chris Miles '03. Please R.S.V.P. today. 

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Last modified: 04-09-21 10:29 AM

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