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Susan E. Inglis

The status and representation of women in university sport continues to be an area of concern and responsibility for the athletic administrator. This paper presents a description of the major philosophical and organizational changes that have occurred with the governance of women’s intercollegiate sport. Data from American and Canadian studies describing the involvement patterns of women in university sport are presented, and areas for reform that will increase the status and representation of women in university sport are put forward. Three areas for reform presented include (a) securing commitment to change, (b) improving professional preparations in career planning for women at high school and university levels who aspire to careers in athletics, as well as professional development for women currently involved in athletic administration, and (c) gaining support from academic areas in the identification of effective, positive change for women in university sport.

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Velina B. Brackebusch

changed my life. I learned the importance of coaching and being able to bend coaching ways in order to suit children who may not be as fortunate. Moreover, I gained a deeper respect for the children I worked with for the vast amount of hardships they are faced with every day. I now have shifted my career

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David Pierce and James Johnson

-awareness and occupational exploration process in career planning ( Ross & McCullough, 2014 ). Students can take the SDS online for less than $10 or complete a variety of different interest inventories that are available for free through the university’s career services website. Analysis of the student’s three

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Liz Sattler and Rebecca Achen

Experiences and Career Planning” component for accreditation ( COSMA, 2019 ). It is evident that the field views these experiences as critical components of students’ academic preparation. Online internship job postings through sites like TeamWork Online and JobsInSports have become a primary source for

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Cole McClean, Michael A. Odio, and Shannon Kerwin

subjective well-being. In contrast, there is also the possibility that positive or negative stimulus events can affect an intern’s well-being, prompting them to make changes to their career plans, or that an event can directly but separately cause changes in well-being and career intention. Given the

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Eric W. MacIntosh and Popi Sotiriadou

into action. Other factors (e.g., school, career plans) can influence the athletes’ decision to transition to elite sport. Particularly, in the move from junior representative sport to senior international representation, the limitations of the athletes themselves and, potentially, their national sport

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Lauren C. Hindman and Nefertiti A. Walker

feel differently about yourself/your job/your career plans?” Because our aim was to understand sexism as experienced by the participants, interviews were phenomenological in nature. Such interviews strive to uncover the lived experiences of participants ( McMillan, 2004 ). Questions, therefore, were

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Minjung Kim, Brent D. Oja, Han Soo Kim, and Ji-Hyoung Chin

on the bright side of things regarding my schoolwork  [O2] I’m optimistic about what will happen to me in the future as it pertains to schoolwork Student-athlete engagement (1 =  never ; 7 =  very often )  [IF1] Talked with faculty member about a class  [IF2] Discussed career plans with a faculty