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Your GPS to learn more about GreatPrograms andServices from NCAA Educational Affairs


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Learning Objectives

  • Drive from “known for no” to “known for know”

  • Learn about opportunities for student-athlete and administrator development

  • Identify potential cost-savings/financial supplements for program implementation on your campus


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Pre-trip Checklist

  • Do you know where you are going?

  • Do you know the purpose of the trip?

  • Do you know who can help you get there?


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Welcome to NCAA Educational Affairs Country!

Executive Heights

Health and Safety-town

Student-Athlete Affairs-ville

Educational Programming-burgh


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Executive Heights

Bob Chichester

Anne Little

Robert Vowels, Vice President

  • Walter Byers Scholarship

  • NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship

  • Jim McKay Scholarship

  • Supplemental Support Fund

  • NCAA Youth Clinics

Terrie Hall

Lori Thomas


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NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Program

174 total postgraduate scholarships awarded annually

$7,500 scholarships

Each sports season (fall, winter, and spring)

29 scholarships to men, 29 scholarships to women


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FAR or FAR Designee Uses On-line System To Nominate Student-Athletes who:

are at least in their final season of eligibility or who will not use any remaining eligibility

have a minimum 3.2 cumulative grade point average

have performed with athletic distinction

have participated in community service

are outstanding citizens and role models

intend on pursuing a graduate degree


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Walter Byers Scholarship Program Student-Athletes who:

One postgraduate scholarship awarded annually to a distinguished male and female student-athlete

$24,000 scholarship for two years


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FAR or CEO Nominates Student-Athletes who: Student-Athletes who:

are graduating seniors or graduate students

have a minimum 3.5 cumulative undergraduate grade point average

athletics participation has been a positive influence on personal and intellectual development

have evidenced superior character and leadership

intend on pursuing a graduate degree within five years of award


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Jim McKay Scholarship Program Student-Athletes who:

One postgraduate scholarship awarded annually to a distinguished male and female student-athlete

$10,000 scholarship


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FAR or CEO Nominates Student-Athletes who: Student-Athletes who:

are graduating seniors or graduate students

have a minimum 3.5 cumulative undergraduate grade point average

have competed on a varsity team

have demonstrated potential to make a major contribution in the sports communications industry

have ascribed to the highest levels of integrity and evidenced superior character and leadership

understand and appreciate the legacy of Jim McKay

intend on pursuing a graduate degree within five years


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  • Community outreach program that connects kids ages 8 to 16 with selected NCAA championships

  • Provides them with resources designed to have a lasting impact

  • Participants receive sport instruction from NCAA coaches and student-athletes and get valuable information on fitness, healthy lifestyles and sportsmanship

  • The clinics also feature a session for parents and guardians with information on recruiting, and academic and eligibility issues.


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Health and Safety-Town with selected NCAA championships

  • Drug Testing

  • Mental Health Promotion

  • Hazing Prevention

  • Sickle Cell Trait Education

  • Concussion Education

  • Nutrition and Performance

  • Alcohol and Other Drug Education

  • Injury Research and Prevention

  • Sports Medicine Guidelines

  • Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sports Committee

David Klossner

Mary Wilfert

Robyn Bailey

Latrice Sales


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Enroll Your Institution in the Injury Surveillance Program with selected NCAA championships Four new ways to participateGet your own institutional report


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New Educational Material Available with selected NCAA championships

Posters, fact sheets for coaches & student-athletes


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  • Even though Sickle Cell Trait screening is normally performed on all U.S. babies at birth, some student-athletes may not know if they have the trait.

  • Following recommendations from NATA and CAP, the NCAA recommends athletics departments confirmSickle Cell Trait status in all student -athletes, if it is not already known, during their required medical examinations.

2009 NCAA Sickle Cell Trait Guidelines


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2010 Sickle Cell Trait Legislation performed on all U.S. babies at birth, some student-athletes may not know if they have the trait.

All Division I student-athletes must:

  • be tested for sickle cell trait,

  • show proof of a prior test, or

  • sign a waiver releasing an institution from liability if they decline to be tested.

    Would be Effective for the 2010-11 academic year.


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Education performed on all U.S. babies at birth, some student-athletes may not know if they have the trait.

  • Video for student-athlete and coaches

  • Fact sheet for Coaches + for Student-Athletes

  • www.NCAA.org/health-safety


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Did you know? performed on all U.S. babies at birth, some student-athletes may not know if they have the trait.

Over the counter dietary supplements may contain NCAA banned substances?

Bylaw 30.5 requires schools to educate student-athletes about banned drugs and the products that may contain them.

See www.drugfreesport.com/rec

for supplement answers.


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Did you know? performed on all U.S. babies at birth, some student-athletes may not know if they have the trait.

Student-athletes can lose eligibility if they take someone else’s ADHD medication?

Student-Athletes should report all medications to the sports medicine staff to assure compliance with NCAA banned drugs and medical exception policies per Bylaw 31.2.3. and the NCAA Drug Testing Protocol.


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Educational Programming-burgh performed on all U.S. babies at birth, some student-athletes may not know if they have the trait.

Eileen Patton

Becky

Ahlgren-Bedics

Sarah MacInnis

Maricela Shukie

  • NCAA Educational Programming

  • NCAA Sportsmanship Initiatives

  • Higher Education and Athletics Partnerships

  • Professional Association of Athlete Development Specialists (PAADS)

Carla Laster

Angela Williams


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NCAA Educational Programming performed on all U.S. babies at birth, some student-athletes may not know if they have the trait.

To provide quality, consistent, efficient, validated and relevant educational programs to the NCAA membership and related target audiences (e.g., prospective student-athletes, affiliated groups).

* Individual program administrators will remain the subject matter experts for their programs, Educational Programming group will act more as “air traffic controllers”, harnessing the collective intelligence, expertise and experience of the NCAA national office.


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NCAA Sportsmanship performed on all U.S. babies at birth, some student-athletes may not know if they have the trait.

  • RESPECT campaign

  • Annual Student-Athlete Sportsmanship Award

  • Annual Administrator Award


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Higher Education and Athletics Partnership performed on all U.S. babies at birth, some student-athletes may not know if they have the trait.

  • Annual Summit attended by more than 25 organizations and associations of higher education and athletics

  • Goal is to foster collaboration and resource sharing for the betterment of the student-athlete experience

  • Creation of shared resources forthcoming


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PAADS performed on all U.S. babies at birth, some student-athletes may not know if they have the trait.

  • Represent NCAA in collaboration with professional sports organizations

  • Partner on creation and use of resources for athlete development

  • Strengthen relationships between organizations for those who want may become professional athletes


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Student-Athlete Affairs-ville performed on all U.S. babies at birth, some student-athletes may not know if they have the trait.

Jaime Fluker

Curtis Hollomon

Amanda Conklin

  • Student-Athlete Leadership Forum

  • Campus and Conference Workshops

  • National Student-Athlete Advisory Committees

  • National Student-Athlete Day

  • Student-Athlete Affairs Symposium

  • Education and Training Symposium

  • Steps to Effective Facilitation

  • Educational Affairs Grant Program

  • Needs Assessments/Curriculum Modules

  • Program of Excellence

Michele Babb

Allison Bowman


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Developing Leaders for Life performed on all U.S. babies at birth, some student-athletes may not know if they have the trait.

The NCAA is a higher education association which aims to integrate intercollegiate athletics into higher education and enhance the overall student-athlete experience. In an effort to benefit student-athletes and athletics professionals, the NCAA Student-Athlete Affairs group provides support in the areas of academic, athletic, personal, career and service through the distribution of accessible resources, strategic partnerships and customized programming.


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Positioning Platform performed on all U.S. babies at birth, some student-athletes may not know if they have the trait.

Attributes

Audiences

Student-athletes

Membership

Athletics professionals

Faculty

Presidents

Affiliate organizations

  • Engagement

  • Citizenship

  • Enrichment

  • Integrity

  • Leadership


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Programs for Student-Athletes performed on all U.S. babies at birth, some student-athletes may not know if they have the trait.

  • Student-Athlete Leadership Forum

  • Campus and Conference Workshops

  • National Student-Athlete Advisory Committees

  • National Student-Athlete Day


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Programs for Athletics Professionals performed on all U.S. babies at birth, some student-athletes may not know if they have the trait.

  • Student-Athlete Affairs Symposium

  • Education and Training Symposium

  • Campus and Conference Workshops

  • Steps to Effective Facilitation


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Additional Resources performed on all U.S. babies at birth, some student-athletes may not know if they have the trait.

  • Educational Affairs Grant Program

  • Needs Assessments

  • Curriculum Modules

  • Program of Excellence


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You have arrived at your destination… performed on all U.S. babies at birth, some student-athletes may not know if they have the trait.

Or are you just beginning the journey?

NCAA Educational Affairs