Graduate Degree Type
Education-Higher Education (M.Ed.)
College of Education
Literature continues to demonstrate that student-athletes have a difficult time understanding how the skills they acquire as a student-athlete are transferrable to a non-sport environment. Student-athletes are exposed to messages about resilience early on in their athletic careers yet lack the understanding of how these skills are applicable to life outside of athletics. This project examines the aforementioned problem through an ecological systems theory lens. A workshop series designed to bring together student-athletes and coaches addresses this knowledge gap. It is hoped that by bringing together student-athletes and coaches that the development of resilience can be understood through a more holistic lens, thus enabling student-athletes to have more successful experiences in post-athletics retirement.
Beatus, Hannah, "Building Student-Athlete Resilience On and Off the Field" (2023). Culminating Experience Projects. 257.