Formal conference registration is now open for “Sport and Society” Registration will be limited, and will close on May 16. The conference will be hosted by St. Norbert College and the Green Bay Packers, May 23-25, and will focus on the business of college sports.
The Sport and Society conference is a distinctive, intimate and affordable three-day event that provides opportunities for sports academics and professionals working in sports-related fields to network and share their expertise about sports.
Featured speakers will be Wisconsin Badgers athletics director Barry Alvarez; Jeffrey Kessler, one of the most prominent lawyers in the country regularly engaged in high-profile sports litigation; Darren Rovell, an Emmy-award-winning reporter for ESPN; former Packer and current CBS college football analyst Aaron Taylor; and former WNBA great and Wisconsin native Anna De Forge.
The conference fee of $225 (early registration) includes access to all keynote speeches and concurrent sessions, the conference dinner, luncheons at Lambeau Field and St. Norbert College, and several coffee breaks daily. Conference attendees will also be provided a guided tour of Lambeau Field, a pass to the new Packers Hall of Fame and admission to St. Norbert College’s Godschalx Gallery, located in the Bush Art Center on campus. The Godschalx Gallery will feature the Green Bay Packers’ four Super Bowl rings, only during the conference’s opening reception. There will also be artwork by St. Norbert’s John Gordon on display. Gordon designed the legendary Packers “G” logo.