- University of Wisconsin - MadisonBBA - Finance, International Business, 1981 - 1986
- University of Wisconsin-MilwaukeeMS - Management Info Systems, 1995 - 1999
Can Cognitive Training Make You Smarter?: Interview with Author Dan Hurley
Interview with author Dan Hurley exploring the promise of cognitive brain training.
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Jon Kraft--a serial entrepreneur, who was one of the founders of music service Pandora, and has served at Idealab, UberMedia, Big Stage, and
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Jurgen Klinsmann, U.S. Men's National Team Head Coach, believes elite athlete fitness conditioning will be important at the 2014 World Cup i
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Cross-country skiing is one of the most demanding of all Olympic sports, with skiers propelling themselves at speeds that exceed 20-25 km pe
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Exercising to music that matches your movements produces better results, according to neuroscientist Thomas Fritz at the Max Planck Institut
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Why Your Soccer Players Need A Performance Dashboard
Coaches need to use a player monitoring system to manage athlete health and performance, like Crystal Palace FC and the Scotland National So
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For many parents, sending their kids off to practice for some type of organized sports team is both a mundane and expected part of family li
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“He has great field vision.” “Her court awareness is the difference.” “He seems to have eyes in the back of his head.” Beyond physical talen
Positive Self Talk Can Boost Your Athletic Endurance
It has become a tradition in football for players to hold up four fingers at the start of the 4th quarter, signifying that they need to dig