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Hamilton speaks at UMR's CONNECTS Event

Doctoral candidate Maya Hamilton recently presented at a University of Minnesota-Rochester CONNECTS event. Her talk, "Ethical Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics," explored examples and consequences of unethical conduct in college sports. Hamilton is advised by Dr. Nicole LaVoi, teaching faculty in the School of Kinesiology and associate director of the Tucker Center and Dr. Diane Wiese-Bjornstal, associate professor of kinesiology.

UMR launched CONNECTS to sustain an open exchange of ideas in an environment that embodies the values of academic freedom, responsibility, integrity, and cooperation. CONNECTS is committed to supporting the University's overall mission of public engagement and outreach by fostering connections between the University, its students, and those who live in or visit our community

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