TABLE OF CONTENTS: September 2020

Index920 Feat

IN EVERY ISSUE:

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR: Lessons learned.

STARTING LINES: College athletes find their voices can affect change.

ONE ON ONE: Notre Dame AD Angie Toraine Talks Diversity.

NEW AND IMPROVED: New Product Roundup: Connected Fitness | Thermal Camera | Antimicrobial Solutions

FORWARD PROGRESS: New Projects: Allegiant Stadium | Active Adult Center

DESIGN DETAILS: Bold Wall Touches Transform Gym into Modern Gem

 

VOICES:

LEGAL ACTION: ADā€™s Title IX Complaints lead to whistleblower claim.

THE OWNERS CLUB: Chris discusses how to effectively communicate expectations to staff.

SAFETY & SECURITY: NCS4 offers COVID-19 guidelines for event and facility operators.

NIRSA REC CENTER: How campus recreation is rebooting during the pandemic.

NEXT GENERATION OF CAMPUS REC: Emily Crowder takes pride in her work with campus recreation.

 

FEATURES:

Advances in basketball and volleyball equipment.

Clubs adopt a hybrid fitness programming model during the pandemic.

Competition pools continue to see improvements in technology and design.

How videoboard technology and use cases continue to evolve.


These articles originally appeared in the September 2020 issue of Athletic Business. Athletic Business is a free magazine for professionals in the athletic, fitness and recreation industry. Click here to subscribe.

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