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www.theodysseyonline.com/why-play-d3

Aug 24, 2015 ... D3 sports combine academics and athletics better than any other division. Fourteen of the top 50 academic universities (according to U.S. News and World Report) play at the Division III level. Also, most liberal arts schools like Williams College or Amherst College have D3 athletics, and they have some of ...

www.theguardian.com/education/2014/aug/04/sport-at-university-do-athletes-make-better-students

Aug 4, 2014 ... The skills gained from doing sports, such as learning to focus and to improvise, could improve your academic performance.

www.furman.edu/academics/pvs/research/Documents/Stephen%20Lintner-Sports%20and%20Poverty.doc

[11] Because of this vast gap in the numbers of blacks in sports versus in the non- sports jobs, African-Americans (males in particular) see little hope of a job in the “ real world. ... While the myth remains true for a large number of college athletes, the opportunities in academics far outweigh the opportunities in sports. National ...

indiatoday.intoday.in/education/story/balancing-sports-and-academics/1/718616.html

Jul 19, 2016 ... Giving physical education and sports the requisite weightage in the school curriculum is not an easy task and the stakeholders (school principals, parents etc.) take time to accept sports at par with academics for their children. Sports vs academics. Sports vs academics. RELATED STORIES.

athletics.amherst.edu/information/department_information

Thirty-two percent of the student population participates in varsity athletics, with roughly 80 percent of students competing in intramural and club sports. ... Also regarded as one of the elite liberal arts colleges in the nation, Amherst's student- athletes have earned 33 selections to CoSIDA's prestigious Academic All- America ...

www.mysanantonio.com/opinion/commentary/article/Why-do-we-value-sports-over-the-arts-6872039.php

Mar 5, 2016 ... Among the findings was that there is compelling evidence that student learning in the arts leads to a wide spectrum of academic and social benefits. ... Also, if the salaries are indeed based on the hard work, how does one explain the difference in coaches of male teams versus female teams? Surely, female ...

www.usnews.com/education/blogs/the-college-solution/2010/06/22/7-things-you-need-to-know-about-sports-scholarships

Jun 22, 2010 ... Only four sports offer full rides to all athletes who receive scholarships: football, men's and women's basketball, and women's volleyball. If you exclude football ... For most athletes, academic scholarships from the colleges themselves are going to represent the preferable way to shrink the cost of college.

www.oregonlive.com/education/index.ssf/2009/11/uo_vs_osu_the_academic_civil_w.html

Nov 28, 2009 ... The Ducks-Beavers rivalry extends to academics, but the two institutions collaborate more than they compete.

research.hks.harvard.edu/publications/getFile.aspx?Id=1318

www.hks.harvard.edu. Academics vs. Athletics: Career. Concerns for NCAA Division I Coaches. Faculty Research Working Paper Series. Christopher Avery. Harvard Kennedy School ... football for money.”3. Division I college coaches can play a critical role in mediating the conflict between sports and academics. As Harry ...