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USJ Event Planning Students Play Role at Super Bowl LVI

A group from USJ participated in the Super Bowl Experience. Courtesy photo

Students from the University of Saint Joseph in West Hartford who are studying event planning and management were provided with the opportunity to test out their skills this February at Super Bowl LVI.


University of Saint Joseph students interested in event planning and management enjoyed the unique opportunity to work at Super Bowl LVI at SoFi Arena on Feb. 13 and at the Super Bowl Experience (formerly the NFL Experience) Feb. 10-12 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

This experience at Super Bowl LVI was supported in part by the Margaret Walsh Caulfield Fund at the University of Saint Joseph.

Pictured above are (from left): USJ students Fernanda Ayala, Sophia Penisse, Meghan Bauer, Thomas Laskowski, and USJ Assistant Professor, Business Administration & Director of the Sport Management and Promotion Program Janet Howes.

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