Earlier this month, the Member Resource Development Team of NIRSA’s Health & Wellbeing Task Force shared the second issue of the Wellbeing Briefing. Take a few minutes this week to explore social wellbeing through the curated articles and other resources shared in the March 2021 issue of the newsletter.

Read the latest NIRSA Wellbeing Briefing

About the Wellbeing Briefing

This quarterly email briefing is aimed at minimizing information overload and reducing the research rabbit hole that it can be so easy to find yourself in when it comes to building a culture of wellbeing on your campus.

The goals of this digest are to communicate collective work happening in the wellbeing field; share research; connect members to existing wellbeing resources, tools, and surveys; and communicate training and development opportunities in the wellbeing space.

The March 2021 issue highlighted several articles, success stories, resources, and some ideas of how to move all of this into action.

NIRSA Foundation support

This initiative is supported by the NIRSA Foundation, through the generosity of NIRSA Foundation Mission Advancement Fund donors. The Mission Advancement Fund helps the Association’s philanthropic arm address emerging needs—like the NIRSA COVID-19 relief membership fee waiver and the NIRSA Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Climate Study—while continuing to underwrite NIRSA strategic initiatives like scholarly research and health & wellbeing.

Help support initiatives like the Wellbeing Briefing by making a donation to the Mission Advancement Fund today.

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Get involved

The team is always looking for more help—get in touch with one of the Member Resource Development Team members if you’d like to play a role in bringing wellbeing resources to the NIRSA membership!

  • For more information about NIRSA’s work in health & wellbeing, please contact NIRSA Director of Advocacy & Strategic Partnerships Erin O’Sullivan. If you have questions how to ensure the Wellbeing Briefing reaches your inbox, please contact NIRSA Communications Director Simon Bravo.