Over the past several days, outrage and anger and sadness poured out into the streets across the U.S. NIRSA will continue to champion equity, diversity, and inclusion as crucial to healthy people and healthy communities.
NIRSA 2020, the Association’s 71st Annual Conference set to begin April 17 in Phoenix, has been cancelled in response to the ongoing and rapidly accelerating threat posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The NIRSA Board of Directors highlights the impact of member engagement on the proposed amendments and why they unanimously support these amendments for the short-term strength and long-term health of the organization.
The NIRSA Board of Directors has approved in concept two proposed amendments to NIRSA’s bylaws for the upcoming election cycle, which will take place in January 2020.
Returning Annual Conference attendees at NIRSA 2020 will notice some exciting changes regarding the format of the 71st NIRSA Annual Conference in Phoenix, including how we celebrate the NIRSA Honor Award.
The NIRSA Board of Directors is excited to announce the appointments to the NSC Board for the 2019-2022 term.
The NIRSA Board recently decided to table any member vote on bylaws changes related to membership dues until the regular January 2020 NIRSA election cycle at the earliest.
NIRSA’s professional members and the Student Leadership Team will have the opportunity to vote on proposed changes to the NIRSA Bylaws during the 2019 NIRSA Elections taking place January 17–29.
The NIRSA Board recently approved a Regional Composition Policy, outlining the process for states, provinces, or countries to request changes to their regional alignment and outlining a process for forming a distinct, new NIRSA region. The policy requires changes to NIRSA Bylaws to take effect.
We are heartbroken once again. The horrific violence in Louisiana, Minnesota, and Dallas has left us reeling. As was the case with the hateful and tragic attack in Orlando, NIRSA grieves with and offers our condolences to the families and communities affected.