2020 ASHE Pre-Conference Forum on College Athletics

Raising Athlete Voices: College Athlete Activism and Free Speech

ASHE Annual Meeting

COVID-19, Black Lives Matter, and NCAA athlete name image likeness (NIL) policies and state legislation are shaping college athletics in unprecedented ways. This pre-conference workshop centers the voices of college athletes in the changes that directly impact them. From monetary value with their NIL, to mobilizing over Black Lives Matter, to speaking up about their health and safety, this forum will focus on strategies to support college athlete voices in activism and free speech.

 

Watch the 2019 ASHE Athletics Pre-Conference forum on "NCAA Division I College Sports Finances: Where the Money Comes From and Where the Money Goes" in the video below: 

 

Now in its 11th year, the Pre-Conference Forum on College Sports engages the ASHE community on the issues of the relationship between intercollegiate athletics and higher education. For more information, contact the Center for Leadership in Athletics: claresch@uw.edu 

Past ASHE Pre-Conferences
2019 NCAA Division I College Sports Finances: Where the Money Comes From and Where the Money Goes 
2018 Moments In Athletics Scholarship: Stories of Educational Activism, Disruptive Innovation & Dialogue.
2017 Power to the Scholar: Emerging Media Practices for Higher Education Discourses on College Sports
2016 Advancing Student-Athlete Research and Policy For the Public Good Through Scholar-Practitioner Collaboration
2015 Accessing and Analyzing NCAA Data for Athletics Research & Policy
2014 Informing Research and Policy in Intercollegiate Athletics Knight Commission Database Workshop
2013 Invitation to A Dialogue: Student-Athletes and Higher Education. 
2012 Student-Athlete Climate Survey Pre-Conference Workshop
2011 Publish or Perish? Meeting the Challenges of Publishing Research on Intercollegiate Athletics
2010 Aligning the Study of Intercollegiate Athletics Within Higher Education Scholarship & Policy

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