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MPS in Sport Studies program at Tulane School of Professional Advancement
A Career in Sports — Off the Field
Andre Labbe has been a physical therapist for 29 years — two years as an instructor at Tulane’s School of Medicine, Director of Rehabilitation and Return-to-Play for Tulane Athletics. He recently enrolled in the online Masters in Sport Studies program offered by the Center for Sport and Tulane...
Jan 16, 2020 - Karen Beninato

Andre Labbe has been a physical therapist for 29 years — two years as an instructor at Tulane’s School of Medicine, Director of Rehabilitation and Return-to-Play for Tulane Athletics. He recently enrolled in the online Masters in Sport Studies program offered by the Center for Sport and Tulane...

Jan 07, 2020 - Barri Bronston

Ron Hunter was happy in Atlanta. He and his wife, Amy, had a brand-new grandchild, and the couple had just completed their retirement home. Hunter had built the perpetual losing Georgia State Panthers into a winning basketball program and during his eight-year tenure directed it to six postseason...

Dec 16, 2019 - Alina Hernandez ahernandez4@tulane.edu

A three-time Olympic gold medalist who became an attorney and advocate for the protection and support of girls and women in sport has joined Tulane Law’s faculty, teaching in the online Title IX  compliance certificate program. Nancy Hogshead-Makar joined the newest of the law school’s online...

Dec 16, 2019 -

At age six, Gavin Lewis Jr., caught a rare sight in New Orleans: kids playing baseball in a park. The Crescent City is known for its football, but after Lewis told his dad he wanted to try America’s favorite past-time, he “kind’ve fell in love with baseball,” he says. Lewis, now a 16-year-old...

Dec 09, 2019 -

Having lost three grandparents to cancer, Green Wave center Christian Montano was all in when the opportunity to become a bone marrow donor was presented to him back in 2014. A graduate transfer from Brown University, Montano underwent a routine cheek swab as part of Be The Match, a national bone...

Dec 09, 2019 -

Gregory Stewart, MD, director of the sports medicine program at Tulane and Center for Sport co-founder, says coaches in the NFL undergo a lot of stress and stress can be a factor in heart problems.  Stewart, who has worked with hundreds of NFL veterans as medical director of the NFL Player Care...

Nov 21, 2019 -

NEW ORLEANS – Through a gift by Jill and Avie Glazer, Tulane University Athletics, Newcomb-Tulane College and Tulane's Department of Sociology have partnered to offer Green Wave student-athletes an opportunity to study abroad during their collegiate careers. In an effort to further enhance the...

Nov 02, 2019 -

This story originally appeared on NOLA.com. Build a career on inflicting and sustaining bodily violence. Then train your brain to believe the pain that comes with it is secondary to the mission. The rigid structure around you, the only framework you’ve known since starting college, validates that...

Oct 29, 2019 -

The top academic achievers among Tulane student-athletes have received recognition on a wall in the James W. Wilson Intercollegiate Athletics Center. The top academic achievers among Tulane student-athletes have received recognition on a wall in the James W. Wilson Intercollegiate Athletics Center...

Oct 25, 2019 -

Center for Sport co-founder Dr. Gregory Stewart, M.D., explains how new equipment is enabling the Professional Athlete Care Team to accurately measure body mass in former NFL players. PACT's unique care model — using athletic trainers to provide athletes a higher level of comfort and familiarity...

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