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Sport - Criminology / Forensics - 12.09.2023
World Cup kiss scandal shows allyship in sport has come a long way, but there’s much room to grow
FACULTY Q&A Royal Spanish Football Federation President Luis Rubiales resigned Sunday, weeks after being accused of forcibly kissing World Cup-winning player Jenni Hermoso at the Aug.

Health - Sport - 25.07.2023

Sport - 20.07.2023
2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup: Where will the women’s professional game go from here?
EXPERT ANALYSIS As the FIFA Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand sees the game at heights of popularity unimaginable even 10 years ago, University of Michigan professor Andrei Markovits , a

Sport - Economics - 15.06.2023

Sport - 13.06.2023

Sport - 24.03.2023
Bold Initiative To Make Hockey Safer Returns for Sixth Year
For the sixth year in a row, Carnegie Mellon University's College of Engineering joined forces with the Pittsburgh Penguins, Covestro and Bauer Hockey to make ice hockey safer.

Sport - Health - 02.02.2023
Brain health, concussions and sports: Is there a long-term connection?
Not enough is understood about the long-term relationship between brain health, concussion history and sports.

Sport - 09.12.2022
Hopkins unveils 2023 schedule
Hopkins unveils 2023 schedule
Men's lacrosse: Johns Hopkins unveils 15-game schedule for 2023 Blue Jays open on Feb.

Sport - Psychology - 28.11.2022

Sport - Computer Science - 17.10.2022
The science of strength: How data analytics is transforming college basketball
Adam Petway, strength and conditioning coach for the University of Louisville, is using his MIT Professional Education training to improve player performance off the court.

Sport - Health - 10.08.2022
High school athletes in contact sports more likely to misuse prescription stimulants throughout their 20s
Study: The initiation and developmental course of prescription drug misuse among high school athletes during the transition through young adulthood High school seniors who play contact sports are roughly 50% more likely to misuse prescription stimulants in the next decade after graduation, compared to those who do not participate in these types of sports, a new University of Michigan study found.

Sport - 17.06.2022
Celtics may be unfairly impacted by NBA finals scheduling
A landmark study by Australian researchers into jet lag and its impact on NBA performance reveals the Boston Celtics may have a distinct disadvantage in the NBA Finals home games because of jet lag. Senior author Dr Elise Facer-Childs, and her team from the Monash University Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health in Melbourne, studied the impact of travel-related jet lag on performance.

Sport - Career - 07.06.2022

Sport - 16.05.2022
Polarized Instagrammers fueled media coverage of NFL athlete activism
News media covered the National Football League national anthem protests more heavily on their Instagram accounts when readers' reactions to protest were more negative and more polarized, according to a University of Michigan study. This reader polarization on Instagram was triggered Sept. 22, 2017, when Donald Trump criticized the athletes who took a knee during the national anthem.

Campus - Sport - 09.05.2022

Sport - 26.04.2022
Soccer in Motown: 'Passion for our city, passion for the game'
Soccer in Motown: ’Passion for our city, passion for the game’
How do you script the story of an unlikely sport inspiring a diverse, urban community? By writing a chapter about how a soccer team has provided opportunities to grow and belong Alex Wright DCFC Co-owner U-M Alum We didn-t invent anything.

Campus - Sport - 25.04.2022

Health - Sport - 17.02.2022
Willing Yourself Well
UC San Diego Health patient proves you don't need a functioning heart to function perfectly Mandy Berzak recalled recently asking her UC San Diego Health cardiologist whether she should wear a heart

Sport - Campus - 03.02.2022
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