Inclusion

Sensory-inclusive experiences open college sports to more fans

Pyrotechnics, loud music and light shows allure many fans on game day. But for some, the added effects can be overwhelming.

Breaking Ground

An NCAA dialogue about LGBTQ inclusion and religion found an unlikely host: BYU. Why athletics leaders and student-athletes traveled to a school at the heart of the struggle to find Common Ground.

Myles Brand honored posthumously as visionary for inclusion

Myles Brand, former NCAA president, has been named a Champion of Diversity and Inclusion. His message was: College sports can be a cultural game-changer, paving the way for a society that embraces diversity and includes various voices in its leadership.

Wilson named managing director of inclusion

​Executive Vice President of Inclusion and Human Resources Katrice Albert announced Amy Wilson, director of inclusion, will now serve as the inaugural managing director of inclusion. In this role, Wilson will be responsible for providing...

Para-athlete leads by example, showing kids with disabilities what’s possible

Coaches who first noticed Tanner Wright’s arm quickly took notice of his effort. Minds changed. That’s what Wright, now a kicker on McMurry’s football team and a sprinter on the track team, wants patients at Dallas’ Scottish Rite Hospital to see.

Inclusion office honors 4 at Men’s and Women’s Final Fours

The NCAA inclusion group extended its arms to the local communities at the Men’s and Women’s Final Fours, honoring four individuals who have impacted the culture of inclusiveness within society and athletics in San Antonio and Columbus, Ohio.

CIAA hosts empowerment symposium

The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association is known for producing stellar athletes — it also is focused on recognizing and developing exceptional leaders.

Culture on the Mend

Three students from Indiana State’s athletic training program work to make the athletic training room a more welcoming space for LGBTQ staff and students.

NCAA inclusion office to recognize current and former basketball coaches

NCAA inclusion office will recognize current/former basketball coaches during the Men's and Women's Final Four weekends. The honorees are NCAA and local coaches.

NCAA announces school nominees for 2015 Woman of the Year

NCAA member colleges and universities have nominated 480 female student-athletes – the most ever in the history of the program – for the 2015 NCAA Woman of the Year award.

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