The world of college sport is rapidly evolving. As a result, issues arise with increasing regularity. Our organizational goal is to create awareness of these questions and to foster creative solutions.
The center's vision is to provide opportunities for independent, organized and focused cross-disciplinary research regarding college sport in the United States. Specifically, CSRI is committed to serving as a national clearinghouse for college sports research, building research capacity – both internally and externally – that increases the ability of students, faculty, and college-sport practitioners to perform research into issues in college sport.
To that end, we host an annual conference, providing researchers from across the U.S. a forum for sharing their innovative work. In addition, we sponsor the Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics (JIIA) — a peer-reviewed, open-access resource that promotes discussion and examination of vital issues facing college athletics.
Our annual conference provides researchers from across the U.S. a forum for sharing their innovative work. This year’s event marks the 11th year for the CSRI Conference and is set for April 12-14, 2018 at the University of South Carolina Alumni Center. We hope to see you there.
For more information visit the 2018 conference website at csriconference.org.
Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics (JIIA)
In addition to our annual conference, we sponsor the Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics (JIIA). JIIA is a peer-reviewed, open-access resource that promotes discussion and examination of vital issues facing college athletics moving forward. Academics from around the country submit critical analyses of ethical, social, political and economic college-sport issues and potential solutions. For more information visit csri-jiia.org.