Athletic Departments

Calls for Intercollegiate Athletics Reform Unlikely to Lead to Meaningful Changes
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Calls for Intercollegiate Athletics Reform Unlikely to Lead to Meaningful Changes

November 9th, 2017 | by Dan Matheson
“As our nation approaches a new century, the demand for reform of intercollegiate athletics has escalated dramatically. Educational and athletics leaders face the challenge of controlling costs, restraining recruiting, limiting...
Knight Commission CEO Amy Perko On Why The NCAA Must Adapt To Succeed
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Knight Commission CEO Amy Perko On Why The NCAA Must Adapt To Succeed

May 4th, 2017 | by Ronnie Burton Jr
Within higher education, there are many groups who play an integral role in the shaping of policy as it pertains to college sports. None have been more influential than the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics. Founded...
How Will New Appointees Affect The Knight Commission?
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How Will New Appointees Affect The Knight Commission?

February 1st, 2016 | by Francis Giknis
As a high school coach and former teacher, I’m continually interested in the balance colleges seek to strike between “student” and “athlete” for their enrollees. Sometimes, it seems as if no balance is sought. After...