Office: 3M Centre, Rm 2225
Supervisor: Prof. Laura Misener
MPS (Thesis) Sport Management (St John’s University, New York)
PGDip Management (Wits Business School, South Africa)
BSc. Pharmacy (University of Witwatersrand, South Africa)
Romano, R. & Kamyuka, D. (2022) Understand how F-1 visas impact NIL for international student- athletes. College Athletics and Law. 19 (1)
Kamyuka, D. & Moustakas, L. (2022, accepted) The Intersections between Sport, Development, and Social Entrepreneurship in the Global South: The Case of Botswana. Routledge Global South Voices on Sport for Development and Peace.
Kamyuka, D. Misener, L. Carlin, L., & McPherson, G. (2020). Access to physical activity and sport and the effects of isolation and cordon sanitaire during COVID-19 for people with disabilities in Scotland and Canada DOI: 10.3389/fspor.2020.594501.
Kamyuka, D. & Misener, L. (2022, November). Towards a sustainable sports ecosystem in Africa: the rise of women sports entrepreneurs in Africa. Accepted for oral presentation at African Studies Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
Kamyuka, D. & Misener, L. (2022, July). From co-production to co-cultivation of indigenous knowledge: the story of an African researcher in sport management. Accepted for oral presentation at the International Conference on Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise (QRSE), Durham, UK.
Kamyuka, D. & Misener, L. (2022, June). Social entrepreneurship in sport: A peripheral country perspective. Accepted for poster presentation at the North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM) Conference, Atlanta, GA.
Kamyuka, D. & Misener, L. (2022, June). Speaking through your ‘knows’: The use of decolonizing methodologies in sport management. Accepted for oral presentation at the North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM) Conference, Atlanta, GA.
Romano, R. & Kamyuka, D. (2022, May). International Student-Athletes are in 'No Man’s Land' When it Comes to Name, Image and Likeness. Accepted for oral presentation at Global Awareness Society International (GASI) 30th Annual Conference, Salamanca, Spain
Kamyuka D. (2020, September). Application of the postcolonial lens to female social entrepreneurship in sport research (in the Southern African context): A scoping review. Presented at the European Association for Sport Management PhD Student Seminar (oral presentation), Virtual Conference.
Matthews, P., Nandola, R., Kamyuka, D., Gaber, Y., Shibu, S., Chouhdry, Z., Faghihi, M., & Ikenyei, U. (2020, July). Proposing a proactive risk communication approach to improve brazil's infectious disease outbreak preparedness (Op Ed). Global Health: Annual Review 1(5), pp 28-30.
Wasser, K., Misener, L., & Kamyuka D. (2020, May). Developing a Conceptual Framework for Designing Long-Term Legacy Strategies: Using Canadian Sport Mega-Events as Case Studies (published abstract). North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM) Conference, San Diego, CA. (Conference Cancelled).
Kamyuka, D. & Ivan E. (2019, June) Developing Opportunities through Legacy: Fallacy or Reality (oral presentation). Presented at Sports Africa Conference, Dakar, Senegal.
Kamyuka, D. (2018). Economic Impact of Doping on Professional African Female Marathon Running and The Use of The Doping Dilemma in An African Context, Journal of Global Awareness, 18 (1), pp 40-44.
Kamyuka, D. (2018, May) The Application of The Doping Dilemma in An African Context: Female marathon running (oral presentation). Presented at the Global Education and international Conference (GASI), Atlanta, GA.
Kamyuka, D. (2018, January). Economic Impact of Doping on Professional African Female Marathon Running and The Use of The Doping Dilemma in An African Context (oral presentation). Presented at New York State Economic Association Conference, New York, NY.
Intern, Millenium Sports Management Group (May 2018 - July 2018)
Sport Partnerships Intern, UNICEF USA, September 2017 - January 2018)
Professional Pharmacy Intern, Botswana Ministry of Health (January 2010 - February 2011)