In the September 2021 issue of Athletic Business Magazine, writer Michael Popke catches up NIRSA members and volunteer leaders to discuss how sport can be a vehicle for social change.
NIRSA has retained 122 Consulting Group to conduct a climate study that assesses NIRSA’s culture, climate, and structures; the supporting survey is open through September 28.
The Association owes a huge debt of gratitude to the eleven members who served these past two-and-a-half years on the NIRSA Health and Wellbeing Task Force.
At the end of this month, Mary Callender—NIRSA’s longest ever tenured staff member—is set to hang up her lanyard for the last time, after 26 years of employment.
We recently caught up with David Bryngil to ask him why he invests his time and talents into presenting at NIRSA events.
Darrell Hargreaves of the University of Alabama will be the sole technical official from the United States of America for wheelchair basketball at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, which start on August 24.
The thoughtful sharing of professionals and students at any level in their collegiate recreation career plays a huge role in driving this profession forward. Scott Haines shares why he presents at NIRSA events.
We recently caught up with Steven Trotter, ACSM-EP, is Associate Director of Wellness & Fitness at East Carolina University to ask him why he invests his time and talents into presenting at NIRSA events.
We recently caught up with April Lovett, Director of Academic Health Data Programs at Florida State University to ask her why she invests her time and talents into presenting at NIRSA events.
In the July/August 2021 issue of Athletic Business Magazine, writer Michael Popke catches up with NIRSA members to see how campus recreation departments are working to create campus rec environments for everyone.