The human rights activist and eminent scholar will be honored for using an innovative approach to helping the disadvantaged through sports.
The eminent scholar and endowed chair is honored for his racial equality activism.
Lapchick, who was just named the Muhammad Ali Humanitarian of the Year, will remain involved at UCF for the next two years.
“Everybody doesn’t have to be on the front lines, but everybody has to get off the sidelines,” says human rights activist and UCF faculty member Richard Lapchick.
The Knights will face Northwestern in the first round on March 22 in San Antonio, Texas, and fans can watch the game together at a free watch party hosted at Additional Financial Arena.
DeVos Sport Business Management director to be honored ahead of Super Bowl for his work to increase the NFL’s diverse- and inclusive-hiring practices.
The Knights also ranked No. 1 out of the 6 Florida schools headed for post-season games, according to a graduation-success report released by The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport based at UCF.
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