With unanimous support from the NIRSA Foundation Board of Directors, the leadership of NIRSA’s philanthropic arm of the association recently updated the name of its general fund to the Mission Advancement Fund.
At the turn of the year, NIRSA invited senior leaders to participate in a survey to better understand the impact of COVID-19 on campus rec operations. The aggregated data is now available to NIRSA members.
The Association is looking for facility tours to showcase during the 2021 NIRSA Virtual Conference & Campus Rec and Wellness Expo, which is taking place February 23–25. Submissions are due by Sunday, February 14.
Don’t miss out on everything NIRSA 2021 Virtual has to offer—make sure to register before February 2 to take advantage of early bird prices!
Descriptions, presenters, and other details for scores of educational sessions are now available online for the 2021 NIRSA Virtual Conference & Campus Rec and Wellness Expo, presented by PLAE.
Michelle Poler shares her excitement about joining campus recreation professionals and students this coming February, for NIRSA’s first association-wide virtual conference! She will be the February 23 main stage speaker.
Executive Director Pam Watts and Earl Cabellon from the University of Maryland-College Park connected to discuss aspects of wellbeing and how the Asian Community Caucus is thriving.
In the January/February 2021 issue of Athletic Business Magazine, three former NIRSA student volunteer leaders share how they are bringing skills sharpened working in campus recreation to their burgeoning careers.
Through March 19, 2021, registrants can access NIRSA’s Recreation Facilities Online Series presented by Mondo. Facilities professionals can earn up to 7.0 CEUs for attending the full series.
Did you miss this last Friday’s Instagram Live call between NIRSA President David Davenport, Director of Recreation at Austin Peay State University and Mrs. “Mama” Lee Wasson, spouse of NIRSA founder Dr. William Wasson?