The truth is, in the vast majority of cases, specializing in one sport as a young athlete is the wrong way to go.
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If the U.S. government and the Commonwealth of Virginia wish to foster some real change, I suggest they go beyond telling UVa to clean up their act. Instead, put some teeth in place by initiating a moratorium on state and federal funding to UVa until they can demonstrate that their environment is no longer hostile toward women.
Considering these factors and our cultural context together, it becomes clear that change will not come easily or quickly. Yet, with thoughtful, specialized outreach, we can and should find ways to reach students during this psychologically and emotionally tumultuous time of their adult lives.
A private entity like Westat is not required to disclose the members of its IRB, but the company said in a statement to HuffPost
The Los Angeles Lakers' Kobe Bryant recently came out ripping AAU basketball while saying young players in Europe are much better prepared than their United States counterparts. 'AAU basketball,' answered Bryant when asked what's wrong with basketball in the United States.
"I've always found when you keep it real with kids and you set a standard, they achieve it," Pam says in the above clip from
Can major universities bring evidence-based teaching into the institutional culture and emulate the successes in student learning, and enhanced retention and degree completion for their large cohorts of students, that is found with much smaller cohorts of students in private, traditionally STEM-strong private liberal arts institutions?
The AAU's statement was issued by the organization's executive committee, which features the presidents and chancellors of
e need to partner with sports clubs around the country to adopt policies requiring coaches to adhere to modes of behavior that protect the athlete.
University Chancellor Harvey Perlman told faculty members in an email sent out Friday that the association’s evaluative metric
Georgia Tech has accepted its invitation to the prestigious Association of American Universities, becoming its 63rd member
Reid and the Senate now have the responsibility to ensure that long-term clean energy R&D efforts are given the funding they desperately need to secure America's leadership in clean energy innovation.