Office: ZEB 338B
Specialty: Sport Management
Education: MA in Kinesiology with emphasis in Sport Management, Southeastern Louisiana University; BA in Political Science, Louisiana State University
Department(s): Counseling, Recreation, and School Psychology
Nicholas P. Smith is an Instructor of Sport Management in the College of Arts, Sciences, and Education in the Department of Professional and Leadership Studies at Florida International University. He received his Master's of Arts from the Department of Kinesiology and Health Studies at Southeastern Louisiana University. Mr. Smith's research examines the impact of sport terrorism on the field of sport management. His research has appeared in the Journal of Sport Safety and Security. Mr. Smith teaches undergraduate courses, both traditional and online. Mr. Smith has held management positions with SMG / Mercedes Benz Superdome / Smoothie King Center / Champions Square for over a decade. Mr. Smith also comes to FIU with experience from managing events for Louisiana State University, Tulane University, University of New Orleans Athletics, New Orleans Babycakes and Landmark Event Staffing Services. Mr. Smith also completed his internship at St John's University Athletics in New York, New York.
Smith, N., Bowers, A., Naquin, M., Gillian, W. “An Analysis of the Influence of the Boston Marathon Bombing at a Big East Conference University” LAPHERD Journal: 79, No 2. Published online May 1, 2016.
Smith, N., Bowers, A., Naquin, M., Gillian, W. “An Analysis of the Influence of the Boston Marathon Bombing on
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