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Athletic Management
February/March 2002, Vol. XIV, No. 2

Locker Room Bulletin Board
Title IX:MHSAA loses nontraditional seasons case.
On Campus: Small colleges form a new organization... Keeping it in the family at Catholic University.
HS News: NFHS approves international student form.
Programs: High school students learn sports information.

Q&A with
Chuck Gordon
Athletic Director, Emory University

Media Relations column
Framing the Facts
An athletic director's world of management issues isn't always easily explained to a reported looking for a quick quote. Take the time to frame your thoughts, and you'll come out looking picture perfect.

Risk Management column
Who Needs Wiper Blades?
The road to away games is full of potholes. Taking the time to develop travel policies and rules can avert a potential disaster.

Cover Story
She's Your Coach?
From basketball to golf to football, there is a new gender applying to coach men's teams. Here's a look at the legal, philosophical, and practical issues related to this trend.

Marketing
Adding an Agency
When it comes to competing for today's consumer, adding an advertising agency to your marketing team can be the right move. And it's not as costly as you might think.

Sports Medicine
The ABCs of OT
Athletic trainers are known for going above the call when it comes to putting in their hours. But laws governing overtime pay say they may need to be compensated for that extra work.

Management
Keeping Coaches on Track
Evaluating coaches is a key part of your job. But exactly what criteria should you use? And how do you communicate these standards to your staff?

Directing Athletics

Question of the Day
How do you help your coaches and athletes deal with the stress of competitive athletics?

Cover Story
Entering the Race
Athletic trainers are known for going above the call when it comes to putting in their hours. But laws governing overtime pay say they may need to be compensated for that extra work.

Academic Support
Studying Success
With the increasing emphasis on academic integrity in today's athletic departments, academic tutors can be the unsung heroes of your program. Here's a look at how the University of South Carolina gets the most out of these key players.


To read previous issues of Athletic Management, click on the appropriate link:

AM 13.6, Oct/Nov. 2001

AM 13.5, August/Sept. 2001

AM 13.4, June/July 2001

AM 13.3, April/May 2001

AM 13.2, February/March 2001

AM 12.6, October/November 2000


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