Athletic Business Magazine catches up with NIRSA members to see how two schools are approaching integrated wellbeing efforts amid a global pandemic.
Executive Director Pam Watts and Seneca Wilson from University of Alabama at Birmingham connected to discuss how Black men in NIRSA are fostering community through mentorship and regular connection.
Registration for NIRSA’s Career Development Week is now open. Thanks to support from the NIRSA Foundation, registration is free for all student members!
Encourage eligible students on your campus to tell their story to a national audience; they might just win a free trip to AB Show 2021. Article submissions are due October 16 for this AB and NIRSA contest.
Executive Director Pam Watts and NIRSA Foundation President Brent Harrison connected to discuss the recent initiative from the NIRSA Foundation offering COVID-19 relief for members facing hardship.
Introducing a a three-part series with black female recreation directors discussing aspects of being a black woman in campus recreation, presented by Tiffany Lomax.
Take a few minutes to sit-in with Pam and David as they talk about the core skills of campus recreation professionals and some upcoming events and NIRSA resources for career development.
Pam and Stefani connected on Instagram Live to discuss how Black women working in campus recreation are forming connections and networks to create community for these important voices in NIRSA.
Join President of the NIRSA Foundation Board of Directors Brent Harrison and NIRSA Executive Director Pam Watts for a NIRSA Member Chat on Instagram Live, taking place at 4:15pm ET on September 24.
Eligible students can submit an article by October 16 to Athletic Business Magazine for a chance to be published. Eight students will win a full-conference pass to AB Show 2021 and other perks.