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EDITORIAL ADVISORS FOR STUDENT-ATHLETES AND SOCIAL MEDIA INCLUDE:
Kenneth O. Miles
Assistant Vice Chancellor and Executive Director
Louisiana State University
Danyelle Sargent Musselman
National Sports Anchor and Host
ESPN, CBS Sports, NFL Network
Sun Belt Conference
Dr. Jen Welter
The First Female Football Coach in the NFL
life Skills and Post-athletic Perspectives For student-Athletes
Colleges and universities have study hall areas within their athletic department that grants student-athletes access to computers, tutors, academic advisors, and writing coaches. Study halls typically have hours that are more expansive than the normal athletic department hours to allow student-athlete access to tutors on the weekends,late at night, and after practice.
The perception of study hall has shifted over the years and has not become a source of punishment rather than success within student-athletes.
Student-Athletes have access to numerous resources throughout their collegiate career including academic advisors, tutors, and internship opportunities. During a student-athlete's 2-5 year collegiate career there is adequate time to develop strong life skills with the help of the athletic department...
The first installment of the Scholar Series highlights a simple way to hone student-athletes competitive nature in a way to improve the way they pursue and value excelling in academics.
Taking advantage of the time, tutors, and quiet space will allow a student-athlete to complete her assignments with quality work which will enable her to succeed.
The first thing that John Wooden, legendary UCLA basketball coach, taught his team was how to take care of their feet, starting with their socks. That's because each player needs to have a solid foundation and that starts with your feet.
This part of my journey has been an unforgettable ride...
My favorite food is my Grandma Forde's Roti.
I'm not a big gamer but when I do play I still like the retro games.
"Tough times don't last. Tough people do."
To improve next week, I'm just going to make sure to focus on getting better with the technical aspects of the tests
I know I'm going to be in for a grind but I am more than ready for it because anything that's worthwhile takes hard work.