January 12th, 2018 | by CollegeAD

new National Collegiate Athletic Association report reveals that women are still underrepresented in athletics programs. About 25 percent of NCAA Division I institutions employ only one female administrator (an assistant or associate athletics director or an athletics director) — or none at all. About 70 percent of Division II and III institutions also only have a single female administrator or none on staff. These results come from the NCAA’s study of female senior administrators, which it defines as the highest-ranking woman involved in managing an athletics program. The survey was completed by about 61 percent of these women. About 20 percent of athletics directors are women, the survey indicates. -Jeremy Bauer-Wolf, Inside Higher Ed, Read More

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