The NIRSA Research & Assessment Committee is currently accepting applications for the NIRSA Research Grant Program. All grant applications are due by Friday, June 30.
The most significant revision to the NIRSA Research Agenda is its intentional alignment with NIRSA’s Strategic Values and Core Competencies.
The NIRSA Research and Assessment Committee encourages members and non-members from NIRSA member institutions to submit their research grant applications from May 1–June 30.
The NIRSA Collegiate Recreation Grant is awarded annually to faculty, staff, or graduate students interested in supporting NIRSA’s Research Agenda.
New research on leadership development in students who participate in intramural and club sports is available
Since its launch in 2006, the Multi-Institutional Study of Leadership (MSL) has worked to advance the understanding of how higher education can best contribute to the leadership development of college students.
The NIRSA Collegiate Recreation Research Grant encourages the development and dissemination of impactful, research-based knowledge to the field of collegiate recreation.
Are you planning to conduct research on collegiate recreation during the next year?
This past year, with support from NIRSA Diamond Partner Precor, NIRSA selected employee wellness as the inaugural trend to be researched for the NIRSA Collegiate Recreation Trends Research Project.
As the leader in collegiate recreation, NIRSA wants to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to current trends.
Many NIRSA Members are taking advantage of the NIRSA Institutional Data Set (IDS) to benchmark and report on facilities, programs, and campus recreation services.
The newly introduced NIRSA Collegiate Recreation Research Grant encourages the development and dissemination of impactful, research-based knowledge to the field of collegiate recreation.
Are you planning to conduct research on issues in collegiate recreation in the next year?
Have you been wondering if a specific activity occurring in your collegiate recreation program is happening at other universities?