College Sports and Institutional Values in Competition
"College Sports and Institutional Values in Competition" authored by the CLA's Associate Professor Dr. Jennifer Hoffman, explores the relationship between athletics and higher education, and how college athletics departments reflect many characteristics of their institutions and are also susceptible to the same challenges in delivering on their mission.
"College Sports and Institutional Values in Competition" is intended for students and faculty in both sports management and higher education administration programs and its chapters cover the historical contexts and background of campus athletics, issues and institutional tensions over market pressures, the spectacle of college athletics and how this spectacle influences athlete experiences, as well as the ways in which leaders are navigating these issues.
Read via UW Libraries.
Questions? Email Jennifer Hoffman.
- Name, Image, Likeness (NIL): The "Kardashianization" of College Sports - Research Brief
- "We Must Rethink What a Student-Athlete is and Teach Entrepreneurial Skills" - Op-Ed in the Seattle Times by Dr. Jennifer Hoffman
In the Media
- New Book Explores College Athletics and Institutional Values via the UW College of Education
- We Must Rethink What a Student-Athlete is and Teach Entrepreneurial Skills via the Seattle Times
UW College of Education Podcast
Listen to an interview with the author, Jennifer Hoffman: