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Enhancing the values of intercollegiate athletics at small colleges

Phillips P. Moulton

Enhancing the values of intercollegiate athletics at small colleges

by Phillips P. Moulton

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Published by Center for the Study of Higher Education, School of Education, University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • College sports -- Management.,
  • Physical education and training -- Administration,
  • School sports

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 99-104.

    Statementby Phillips P. Moulton.
    SeriesPublications - Center for the Study of Higher Education, University of Michigan -- no. 12
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGV343.5 M68
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 108 p. --
    Number of Pages108
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19344615M

    the value and vitality of intercollegiate sports. The rich conversation at the Ap ACE Roundtable: “The Student-Athlete, Academic Integrity, and Intercollegiate Athletics” forms the basis for this paper, which is intended to frame these issues and provide ideas. The official athletics website for the Northern Arizona University Lumberjacks. Us Sponsorship Opportunities Employment Opportunities Facilities General Releases Reports and Data Cheer and Dance Hall of Fame Intercollegiate Athletics Committee Student Advisory Committee ARMS Lumberjack Radio Network Staff Directory Summer Camps Title IX.

      The Game of Life: College Sports and Educational Values,” an eye-opening and important book that I finally got around to reading last weekend. The numbers are obviously a .   Polling data show considerable student indifference towards intercollegiate athletics. Public opposition is growing over scandals, corruption, costs, etc., of college sports. Congress and state.

    intercollegiate athletics competition at a small rural serving community college in the Midwest. Through a series of semi-structured interviews of at least (n = 14), students tell their stories of personal development and the contributions that intercollegiate athletics made to their out-of-class experiences. Findings of this study indicate.   "Reclaiming the Game is a powerful, thought-provoking book that examines the intersection of intercollegiate athletics with the mission of the institution. Bowen and Levin lay out the challenges facing today's intercollegiate programs and make observations and suggestions to maintain the integrity of athletics within the context of highly Reviews: 5.


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Enhancing the values of intercollegiate athletics at small colleges by Phillips P. Moulton Download PDF EPUB FB2

Solutions to specific problems associated with intercollegiate athletics, primarily men's spectator sports and particularly football, are proposed in order to enhance the values of the sports programs at small colleges.

After a historical summary of recurrent problems, recent proposals are noted. Get this from a library. Enhancing the values of intercollegiate athletics at small colleges. [Phillips P Moulton]. Enhancing the Values of Intercollegiate Athletics at Small Phillips P.

Moulton. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan, [REVIEW] Klaus V. Meier - - Journal of the Philosophy of Sport 6 (1)Author: Myles Brand.

This paper challenges Professor Myles Brand’s position on the role and value of intercollegiate athletics in U.S. colleges and universities on the ground that it fails to account for Author: Myles Brand.

value that participation in intercollegiate athletics can hold (,para 13). At this pivotal moment wherein the entire governing structure of American intercollegiate athletics is undergoing thorough review and inevitable change, it is imperative to lead policy-making efforts.

(). The Role and Value of Intercollegiate Athletics in Universities. Journal of the Philosophy of Sport: Vol. 33, No. 1, pp. These values are shared by most college athletic departments and do little to distinguish one program from another.

For instance, when a coach says he only recruits “tough” and “gritty” players, those characteristics are not considered core to his program because pretty much every coach looks for the same qualities in their players. This morning in New York City at the Marriott Marquis, the Sports Business Journal kicked off their annual Intercollegiate Athletics conference.

College athletics is big business, which, I. Return on Athletics (ROA) is the NAIA’s proprietary approach to the management of collegiate athletics.

It distinguishes the NAIA from its competitors by aligning collegiate athletics with the priorities of our member institutions, specifically enrollment, student success, and financial viability.

intercollegiate athletics. The department values all voices, advocates for a future without barriers and an atmosphere of common purpose, and aims to create an active dialogue within the national office and the membership about issues related to diversity and inclusion.

As Diversity and Inclusion aids in guiding the NCAA in creating a. The Role and Value of Intercollegiate Athletics. In this paper, Dr. Brand explores why the role and importance of intercollegiate athletics is undervalued in the academy.

He discusses perceptions toward college sports from the Standard View and the Integrated View, and compares the remarkably similar relationships between music and athletics as.

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) is a college athletics association for small colleges and universities in North America. For the – season, it has member institutions, of which two are in British Columbia, one in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and the rest in the conterminous United States.

The NAIA, whose headquarters is in Kansas City, Missouri, sponsors. Legislation enacted by the Association governing the conduct of intercollegiate athletics shall be designed to advance one or more basic principles, including the following, to which the members are committed.

In some instances, a delicate balance of these principles is necessary to help achieve the objectives of the Association. This plethora of recruited athletes is not a secret known only to a handful of people. In fact, James L. Shulman and William G.

Bowen (the former president of Princeton and later the president of the Andrew G. Mellon Foundation) revealed these facts and many more in an important book, The Game of Life: College Sports and Educational Values, published almost a decade ago. Finances of Intercollegiate Athletics The annual report that examines revenues and expenses at athletics departments throughout the NCAA has returned in with two important enhancements.

First, data analysis comparing finances at schools in the five autonomy conferences with those of other Division I schools is available for the first time. The Game of Life is the most important sports book written in years."Frank Deford, Sports Illustrated "A fascinating and important new book about the divergence of college sports and educational values."Jane Eisner, Philadelphia Enquirer "The Game of Life will have a profound effect on the national debate about professionalized college Reviews: 6.

DeBoer’s organization is one of 21 Olympic sports associations to unite under one umbrella, the Intercollegiate Coach Association Coalition (ICAC), with a mission to preserve broad-based college.

Reviews "College Ethics is an applied ethics book that college students will actually want to read."--James McRae, Westminster College "College Ethics is a comprehensive reader on many of the ethical issues college students face today and would serve as an excellent primary text for a course on campus ethics.

Using a conversational writing style, Fischer does a great job of taking complicated. Using Data to Enhance Value. While a key component of Return on Athletics® (ROA), data collection is just the first step. It’s the dual-use of the data to identify how NAIA athletics drives institutional enrollment, student success, and financial goals that make ROA valuable.

First, institutions will have access to data analytics tools that will show how specific efforts and adjustments to an athletics program can affect.

The ECAC (Eastern College Athletic Conference) is an eighty-year old organization with well over members schools across all three NCAA Divisions – I, II and III – that exists to enhance the experience of student-athletes participating in intercollegiate athletics, and provide great value for universities and colleges, by sponsoring championships, leagues, bowl games, tournaments and.

Ethics, Values and College Athletics Ethics are a set of values that represent the moral ideals or standards of an individual or organization. A Code of Ethics or Code of Conduct is a guide specifying required behaviors for users in their day-to-day actions and decision making.College athletics programs represent a multibillion dollar industry and are integrally linked to school branding and reputation.

And while individual sports programs -- even in Division I schools -- don’t necessarily turn a profit, the many other benefits to colleges have far-reaching implications for students, faculty and community.The organizational field of intercollegiate athletics rationalizes the NCAA is the most prestigious college sports association in the United States due to its affiliation with prominent.