Pushing Boundaries and Inspiring Generations

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It’s not every day that you get mentioned in the same breath as living legends Olympic medalist Jesse Owens and baseball great Jackie Robinson, but one UCF professor received that honor recently.

Dr. Richard Lapchick the director of the Devos Sport Business Management Program was named one of the Beyond Sport Inspirational 50 people who have used sport to change the world. Beyond Sport is the umbrella organization that has led an international movement to bring together groups and individuals to use sport for social change.

Congratulations Dr. Lapchick, to read more about his honor and to see the list, please visit today.ucf.edu/international-sport-organization-places-lapchick-on-top-50-inspirational-list/.

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