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Former Iowa women’s AD Christine Grant picked for athletic directors’ hall of fame May 14, 2008

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From Associated Press via Chicago Tribune:

Frank Broyles is one of eight collegiate athletic administrators picked for induction into the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics Hall of Fame. …

The 2008 Hall of Fame class includes Broyles, Jake Crouthamel of Syracuse, Joe Etzel of Portland, Christine Grant of Iowa, Willis Ham of South Carolina State, Ted Leland of Stanford, William Moore of Central Connecticut State and Ron Warnock of De Anza College.

Inductees will be honored at NACDA’s convention in Dallas on June 10.

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New job for former ISU AD Bruce Van De Velde May 8, 2008

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From Shreveport Times:

RUSTON – Louisiana Tech Athletic Director Derek Dooley announced Wednesday that he has hired Bruce Van De Velde as the Chief Operating Officer/Deputy Director for the university’s athletic department. …

During his time as athletic director at Iowa State, Van De Velde raised more than $25 million for capital projects, including the construction of the Bergstrom Indoor Training Facility and the Hixson Student Success Center and French Academic Center. …

“I am excited about the opportunity to join a great university and an athletic program that has a vision for success,” said Van De Velde. …

February LIAI post about Van De Velde here: Bruce Van De Velde, former AD at ISU, among 5 EIU finalists.

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Retired Iowa women’s athletics director joins new Title IX consulting firm April 16, 2008

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From Netscape Sports:

EASTON, Conn. (AP) -Donna Lopiano, the former CEO of the Women’s Sports Foundation, has formed a consulting firm to assist high schools and colleges with Title IX compliance, ethics and diversity issues.

Sports Management Resources also includes Bob Frederick, former athletic director at Kansas; Christine Grant, former women’s athletic director at Iowa, and Connee Zotos, the athletic director at Drew University. …

More about Christine Grant who was Iowa women’s athletic director for 27 years (1973-2000).

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