The key leadership positions at Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) schools and conferences remain overwhelmingly white and male showing mixed progress across positions according to a new study released by The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport (TIDES) at the University of Central Florida. This year’s report showed a decline in the percentage of women in campus leadership positions with a slight increase in the representation of people of color, especially for Latinos and Asians. Overall, most of the leadership positions remained the same or had close to a one-percentage point increase for people of color. FBS head football coach was the one significant position that showed an increase in the percentage of whites.

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