Monday, July 13, 2020

NCAA Looks to Redefine Its Policy on Academic Fraud

April 15, 2014 By Brad Wolverton | The Chronicle of Higher Education Facing criticism over its limits on punishing institutions for academic misconduct, the National Collegiate...

NCAA President: ‘change is needed – and it must come from within’

While my career in higher education has taken me all around the country, I still consider the Puget Sound region my home. I regularly...

College Sports’ Antitrust Vulnerability

By Doug Lederman The big-time college sports industry is facing potentially momentous legal challenges from almost every direction. From the West Coast came the antitrust class action filed by...

Division III student-athletes continue academic success

Division III student-athletes continue to graduate at higher rates than their peers in the student-body, according to the most recent NCAA Academic Success Rate...

Duncan Says Coaches Pay Should Be Tied to Academics

Secretary Arne Duncan said Sunday that college coaches and athletics directors should be paid based on how well their players are performing in the...