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How AB Show Speakers Dealt with Reopening Facilities
Everyone at Athletic Business was saddened that we were unable to stage AB Show in Baltimore this year, and to see and celebrate all of our industry friends, colleagues and partners. We know the pandemic has been a struggle for our entire community, and w
November 10, 2020
Letter from the Editor: An Extraordinary Year
Athletic Business executive editor Andy Berg shares his thoughts on the last issue of the magazine of 2020.
November 2, 2020
Leveling the Playing Field Within Sports Architecture
As an architect and a former collegiate athlete, I look forward to the Facilities of Merit™ edition of this magazine each year. In 2018, I was thrilled to be invited to join the judging panel for the Facilities of Merit program. I grew through that experi
October 22, 2020
Letter from the Editor: A Different Way of Seeing
Athletic Business executive editor shares his thoughts on the October 2020 issue.
October 1, 2020
Angie Torain Takes on Diversity in Notre Dame Athletics
The Black Lives Matter movement, so prominent in the wake of George Floyd's death in May, has created within college athletic departments an urgency to emphasize diversity like never before. Within the past two months, the University of Iowa, Syracuse and
September 3, 2020
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Letter from the Editor: Lessons Learned
Athletic Business executive editor Andy Berg shares his thoughts on the September 2020 issue.
September 1, 2020
Six Steps to Make Policy Enforcement Easier
Policy enforcement can be a pain. Hardly anyone likes doing it, which is why it doesn't always get done. However, now more than ever, enforcing policy is vital.
August 4, 2020
Letter from the Editor: Open to Change
Athletic Business executive editor Andy Berg shares his thoughts on the July/August 2020 issue of the magazine.
July 1, 2020
International AD Cultivates Global Community Online
In just a few short months, Nick DeForest has made the world a smaller place. As assistant director of the activities office at the American International School Vienna, DeForest this year alone launched a podcast with fellow international AD Matt Fleming
June 4, 2020
Pac-12 Commish, ADs Issue Joint Statement on Race
Pac-12 athletic directors on Monday joined conference commissioner Larry Scott in signing a joint statement on injustice and racism in American society.
June 2, 2020
Big Ten Commissioner Creates Anti-Racism Coalition
Big Ten Conference commissioner Kevin Warren announced Monday the creation of an anti-racism coalition that will seek input from existing diversity councils.
June 2, 2020
Letter from the Editor: Unprecedented Collaboration
Athletic Business executive editor Andy Berg shares his thoughts on the June 2020 issue and the collaborative approach the team, and the industry, has taken during unprecedented times.
June 1, 2020
New AD Scott Dolson on His Indiana U. Past and Present
Scott Dolson was a nine-year-old Michigan City, Ind., native when Bob Knight's Indiana University Hoosiers capped an undefeated season with the 1976 National Championship.
May 12, 2020
Virtual Programming, Online Fitness
This is an unprecedented time for the athletics, fitness and recreation industries — and the world as a whole. With social distancing restrictions being put in place by local, state and federal governments, many facilities have had to temporarily close th
May 11, 2020
Check Out Award-Winning Doc ‘Augie’
If you’re feeling in the mood for an uplifting, fitness-related film to check out during your lockdown or to share with staff — check out the award-winning documentary “Augie,” now available to stream on iTunes and Amazon, or on YouTube.
May 5, 2020
Industry Newcomers and Emerging Leaders
AB Show gives you opportunities to listen to successful industry professionals and hear how they got to where they are. It's the perfect opportunity for coordinators, associates, managers and assistants who are new to the industry or looking to advance th
May 4, 2020
Letter from the Editor: Resilience
Executive Editor Andy Berg discusses the May 2020 issue of Athletic Business.
May 4, 2020
Why Professional Development Training Is Important for College Rec Professionals
While Don Umland was attending the 2019 NIRSA Annual Conference and Campus Rec & Wellness Expo in Boston, the director of campus recreation at Augustana (Ill.) College happened to witness a demonstration of Cardio Sport — a high-intensity group fitness pr
April 8, 2020
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Which College Athletes are Making NIL Money, and How?
How much money college athletes are making through name, image and likeness deals varies widely by the individual's (and in some cases an entire team's) status, sport and level of competition.
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