NIRSA member Kurt Klier, Assistant Director of Sport Clubs at the University of Maryland-College Park, is featured in two articles in the June 2017 issue of Referee Magazine.
Congratulations to the newly-appointed 2017-2018 committee and work team chairs!
The deadline to submit a presentation proposal for the 2017 NIRSA Triventure is fast approaching! Don’t miss your chance to share your knowledge—submit a presentation proposal by Wednesday, May 31!
NIRSA professional and student members have access to the Institutional Data Set's full reporting capabilities for the 2015-2016 data set!
NIRSA's Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Commission invites you to review resources to expand your understanding on vital topics of equity, diversity, or inclusion.
Professional tennis umpire Greg Allensworth's courts have been relatively controversy-free at elite-level matches over the years. But it was a controversial call he made while a student that gave him the confidence to pursue a career as an official.
It is with deep sadness that NIRSA shares the news that Dr. Lawrence Sierra passed away on May 6 at age 79 following complications from a stroke he suffered during the winter.
The NIRSA Triventure will take place November 30–December 2 in Marietta, Georgia, and registration is now open.
Want to help the Association celebrate wellness and the current trends of the fitness world? If so, NIRSA invites you to submit a Fitness Forum proposal for the 2018 Campus Rec & Wellness Expo!
NIRSA institutional and individual membership dues will increase by approximately 2.6% on July 1.
Congratulations to the newly-appointed 2017-2018 committee members and work team chairs as they start their terms on June 1!
The competitive and action-filled tournament saw new champions crowned in the Men’s and Women’s Club and Intramural Divisions as well as the Unified Sports Division.
If you are interested in reviewing sessions, please fill out and submit the 2018 NIRSA Annual Conference Proposal Reviewer Interest Form by Friday, June 9.
April was filled with excitement over tournaments and the naming of new volunteers. But April was also a month of profound sorrow with the loss of one of our own: Sarah Fain.
The Where Respect Happens campaign hopes to remind us all of the importance of respect in civil society and on all of our campuses.
In my first post as your NIRSA Student Leader, I would like to ask you to take time to analyze and find out what balance means to you.
See what the officials from the 2017 NIRSA National Basketball Championships tournament have to say about their experience. With your help, NIRSA will continue to provide training to another generation of students who officiate.
The NIRSA Assembly has recently launched a Facebook group to share ideas and hot topics impacting the collegiate recreation profession—topics like civil discourse. Join the group to discover resources, comment, or share with others.
On behalf of NIRSA, David Hall, Director of Campus Recreation at Springfield College, had the opportunity to present at the NASPA Annual Conference, an important stage for campus recreation to tell its story.