College Sports: The Economics, Ethics, and Excesses of the Games We Love
April 8, 2011 – 2pm: Duke Magazine Forum
[The conversation will be held in Page Gym, rather than Card Gym as previously listed.]
College Sports: The Economics, Ethics, and Excesses of the Games We Love,” is the topic of a Duke Magazine Forum-Office Hours conversation at 2 p.m., Friday, April 8, in Duke’s Page Gym (changed as of April 6, 2011). Those not able to attend in person can watch the discussion live on the Duke University Ustream channel and also submit questions online.
Addressing the issue will be Charles Clotfelter ’69, Z. Smith Reynolds Professor of Public Policy Studies, and author of the new book “Big-Time Sports in American Universities”; Alan Fishel J.D. ’86, P’13, partner, Arent Fox, and lead counsel on Bowl Championship Series issues; Chris Kennedy Ph.D. ’79, P’05, P’09, Duke’s deputy director of athletics and Title IX Coordinator, and Nancy Hogshead-Makar ’86, Olympic gold-medal winner and professor at Florida Coastal School of Law. James E. Coleman, Jr., John S. Bradway Professor of Law at Duke Law School, will moderate the panel.
Anyone can ask a question online, before or during the discussion. To do that:
- send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- tweet with the tag #dukelive
- or post to the Duke University Facebook page.