Tucker Center Talks: S2E5 - Courtney Boucher

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In this episode of Tucker Center Talks Dr. Nicole LaVoi, director of the Tucker Center, talks to Courtney Boucher. Courtney is a current doctoral student in Kinesiology at the U of MN, research assistant in the Tucker Center, a two-time Pam Borton Fellow for Women in Sport Leadership. They discuss the inception, purpose and impact of the Women in College Coaching Report, a longitudinal research project the the Tucker Center does each year in collaboration with WeCOACH. Courtney shares her insight about the process of the report card from a student perspective and the idea behind her M.S. thesis at the U of M (’19) in which she examined hiring practices of athletic directors in NCAA D-I institutions over five years, an offshoot of the Women in College Coaching Report Card.


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LaVoi, Nicole M.; Boucher, Courtney. (2020). Tucker Center Talks: S2E5 - Courtney Boucher. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/217489.

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