Higher ed groups ask Biden to reverse Trump orders on Title IX reform
The groups also called for the repeal of Trump’s Executive Order on Race and Sex Stereotyping – an order that banned certain race and sex-based training from federal contractors, the military, federal agencies, and recipients of federal grants.
How some college basketball programs are meeting future of player rights head-on
While NCAA rule-makers and politicians sort through the complex details of proposed new rules, schools around the country have quietly partnered with INFLCR that aim to prepare schools for a future when athletes are able to cash in on their NIL rights.
Under Armour, University of Cincinnati agree to buyout of $50M sponsorship deal
Under Armour has been the official outfitter of Cincinnati athletics since July 2015, when both sides entered into a 10-year, $50 million partnership. The arrangement has been among the 20 most lucrative deals in college sports.
Northeast governors call on colleges to provide students with COVID-19 testing
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, along with the governors of Connecticut, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Massachusetts announced they are encouraging residential colleges and universities to make tests widely available to traveling students before they leave campus.
Michigan colleges have just days to go virtual under new order
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced that the state Department of Health and Human Services has ordered Michigan's high schools and colleges to halt all face-to-face classes for at least three weeks in response to spiking COVID-19 cases statewide.