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Big Gifts Matter Now More Than Ever: A Practical Framework To Pursue And Secure Leadership Gifts

The pursuit of leadership gifts is a process that takes time and intentionality; Penry Advisors Founder and development veteran Jason Penry, Ph.D., provides insight into over half of the largest gifts in the history of college athletics to provide a framework for fundraising success.

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The Transfer Portal and Name, Image and Likeness

In the 2024 NCAA Compliance Report, Husch Blackwell analyzes the latest legal happenings facing the NCAA regarding the transfer portal and NIL.

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If You Build it, They Will Come: Establishing a Student-Athlete Mental Health Program

Since our early days TUWell we have maintained a high standard of care for Temple student-athletes while evolving and being responsive to current trends in intercollegiate athletics and on our campus. Everything we do is intentional and with the student-athlete's well-being at the forefront.

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The Post-Alston Pile-On and Athletes as Employees Argument

In the 2024 NCAA Compliance Report, Husch Blackwell analyzes the latest legal happenings facing the NCAA, including the House v. National Collegiate Athletic Association case, the ongoing Johnson et al vs. NCAA case and two complaints before the National Labor Relations Board.

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Assessing A Record-Breaking Season For Women’s College Basketball

Women’s college basketball is in a new era with millions of eyes and attention upon it due to larger-than-life players with larger-than-life talent and skills. Why are we suddenly seeing the uptick in women’s college basketball consumers and spectators?

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Faculties’ Contradictory Perspectives of Intercollegiate Athletics

Researchers Molly Harry and David Springer shed light on faculty members’ complex perceptions regarding intercollegiate athletics and broader conversations about athletics in universities across the country, particularly those in the NCAA’s upper echelon.

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Inside Athletic Academic Advising In FBS Programs

In the world of academic advising, what advantages do Power 5 and Group of 5 programs have over the rest of Division I?

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College Athletic Leaders (Still) Want Independent Football Oversight

Two years ago, ADU surveyed FBS leaders about their positions on recommendations about different models of FBS leadership. This survey is an update to that survey given the drastic industry change, complete with comments from key leaders.

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Have We Reached Peak Sport Sponsorship?

Baldwin Wallace College of Education and Health Science Dean Steve Dittmore, PhD, asks: is the changing nature of sports sponsorship since March 2020 is a reflection of the pandemic or it is just business as usual?

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College Athletics Must Do Its Part To Combat Antisemitism

It is difficult to understand how the college athletics industry has set an example for diversity, equity and inclusion, yet has so quickly shown nothing but silence to the Jewish co-workers and student-athletes within their campus communities that now fear for their own safety.

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Experts’ Roundtable: Maximizing Your Stadium And Arena Development

In the post-pandemic construction landscape, the commitment to embarking on a hefty stadium or arena renovation or new build has evolved. What do athletics leaders need to know before breaking ground on their next build? A panel of architects, general contractors and design specialists weigh in.

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Deciphering The Factors Influencing Athletic Conferences When Adding New Sports

Researchers from Colorado Mesa, Neumann University and Texas Tech University take a deep dive into the theme of Association Membership to attempt to decipher what makes a sport appealing to conferences and member institutions. What factors influence athletic conferences when adding new sports?