Dr. Jaime Orejan To Make Presentation At University Of South Carolina

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Wednesday, February 26, 2020 - 11:45am
Jaime Orejan - USC Conference 2020

Limestone College Professor Dr. Jaime Orejan has been selected by the College Sport Research Institute to present at the upcoming 13th Annual Conference on College Sport at the University of South Carolina.

Orejan, an Associate Professor and Chair of Sport management at Limestone, will present his abstract “Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL): The Student-Athletes’ Perspective” during the conference scheduled for April 1-3 at the USC Alumni Center in Columbia.

To be considered for presentations at the conference, submitted abstracts were directed to reflect research addressing social-cultural, legal, financial, economic, political, administrative, or historical college-sport issues.

Orejan joined the Limestone College faculty in 2018. Previously, he has been a professor of Sport Management at Elon University, Desales University, Loras College, The University of Southern Mississippi, and Winston Salem State University. He has also taught in the Online MBA in Sport Business at Saint Leo University and Adelphi University. He earned a Ph.D. in Teaching and Sport Management at the University of Southern Mississippi. For the past few years, he has focused on the management and marketing of soccer in the United States.

The mission of the College Sport Research Institute is to encourage and support interdisciplinary and inter-university collaborative college sport research, serve as a research consortium for college sport researchers from across the United States, and disseminate college sport research results to academics, practitioners, and the general public.

The Institute provides opportunities for independent, organized, and focused cross-disciplinary research regarding college sport in the United States. Specifically, it is committed to serving as a national clearinghouse for college sport inquiry and research, building research capacity – both internally and externally – that increases the ability of students, faculty, and college sport practitioners to perform research into issues of college sport.