Forecasters predict as many as four to eight hurricanes this year. University of Houston resources have expertise in a variety of topics related to storms – before, during and after.
Super Bowl and Olympic Experts from the University of Houston
University of Houston experts are available for comment prior to kicking off Super Bowl and Olympics coverage. Research interests and contact information are available below.
If you are unable to reach a professor, call Travis Coggin at (713) 743-4162.
SUPER BOWL ADVERTISING
An expert on advertising and consumer behavior, marketing professor Jackie Kacen can discuss this year's hottest Super Bowl commercials. Reach Kacen at email@example.com or (713) 743-4174.
Health and human performance professor Norma Olvera can recommend healthy snacks to satisfy any fan. Contact Olvera at firstname.lastname@example.org or (713) 743-9848.
ATHLETE INJURY & NUTRITION
Joel Bloom, professor of health and human performance, is available to address sports injuries and nutrition. Reach Bloom at (713) 743-9847 or email@example.com.
REGIONAL ECONOMIC IMPACT
Economist Steven Craig is available to address the impact these types of major sporting events have on the economies of host cities. Reach Craig at firstname.lastname@example.org or (713) 743-3812.
SOCIOLOGY OF SPORT
With research experience that includes sports medicine and pop culture, sociology professor Joe Kotarba can offer a sociological perspective on the games. Contact Kotarba at email@example.com or (713) 743-3954.
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