The Tucker Center and tptMN have collaborated to produce a second documentary, the Emmy Award-winning "Media Coverage & Female Athletes," a groundbreaking video featuring research-based information examining the amount and type of coverage given to female athletes. Interviews with sport media scholars and personal stories from award-winning coaches and female athletes explore these issues and dispel the common—and untrue—myths that nobody’s interested in women’s sport and that "sex sells." [LEARN MORE]
The 2016-17 Head Coaches of Women's Collegiate Teams. 40+ years after Title IX, female sport participation is at an all-time high but the percentage of women coaching women at the collegiate level has declined from 90+% in 1974 to near an all-time low today of ~40%. To address this issue, the Tucker Center, in collaboration with the Alliance of Women Coaches, adds an NCAA D-II report to the other eight in the research series. [LEARN MORE].
Paradox, Pitfalls & Parity: Where Have all the Women Coaches Gone?
LaVoi on KARE 11 TV discussing youth sport specialization
Tucker Center releases report on D-II women head coaches
TC Affiliated Scholar Daheia Barr-Anderson to teach in Kenya during Winter Break
Kihl, Schull, and Shaw publish text on U of M athletic departments merger
Tucker Center’s “Media Coverage and Female Athletes” video rebroadcast
The first of its kind in the world, the Tucker Center is an interdisciplinary research center leading a pioneering effort to examine how sport and physical activity affect the lives of girls and women, their families, and communities.