NCAA's inaugural faculty conference on college sports issues considers academic research, campus culture -- and the association's role as event sponsor.
Football is a full-time job in the association’s most visible division; ban on text messaging high-school recruits remains in effect.
With a burgeoning membership and, some contend, a widening philosophical gap among its colleges, Division III considers splintering.
College football fans are more likely to commit assaults or other violence when their teams lose -- or even win -- against the odds, a study finds.
Online technology that tracks students' Facebook and MySpace pages for potentially harmful language gets a mixed reaction from college officials.
Agreement with former athletes a good financial deal for NCAA, sports officials and legal experts say, but does it add momentum to the push for players to be paid?
They say Tigers don't change their stripes. History shows that neither do Bulldogs or, now, Hoosiers -- or at least the men who coach them.
Does a history of dealing with athletics give a college leader an advantage when scandal erupts? Or is it always trial by fire?
NCAA slams U. of Central Oklahoma for former coach's widespread scheme to recruit football players from two-year institutions.
Authors of "Basketball and Philosophy" expound on what makes the sport ripe for analytical discussion, and what to make of Indiana University's coaching turmoil.
Inside Higher Ed
1015 18th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
1015 18th Street NW, Suite 1100 | PH: 1-202-659-9208
Copyright © 2015