The Univ. of Arkansas earlier this year unveiled an interactive installation at its Hall of Honor in Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium, which allows visitors to use their smartphone to scan a QR code on a digital screen to access information and video content about hall inductees of the various sports sponsored by the university.
Recently, I attended a leadership symposium of collegiate athletic professionals who all face a similar challenge–how to effectively and consistently lead in a culture that is constantly changing.
Move over, Millennials: A new generation has officially arrived on campus. While Gen Z and Millennials are close in age, there are a number of meaningful differences between them, including what they’re looking for in a prospective university.
Stanford University, the University of Texas at Austin and Texas Christian University each have their own storied histories of athletic success
The letterwinner list rarely is the most exciting part of a college athletic program’s story.
The entry to North Carolina’s basketball locker room features a storytelling piece for the Tar Heels’ greatest legend, a jaw-dropping gear display, a moment for Jordan Brand and the backdrop for countless hype videos.
Stanford’s trophy case could be the most impressive in college athletics, but only if the Cardinal wanted it to be that way.
For more than 125 years, the Fannie Battle Day Home for Children has provided invaluable care for children and families facing economic and educational hardship.
For the first time since 2011, North Dakota State enters preseason camp with unfinished business.
Four years ago, star USC receiver Marqise Lee taught us a lesson about tradition and inspiration.