After the cancellation of NIRSA 2020, NIRSA members quickly pivoted to celebrate colleagues’ achievements and contributions to the profession through virtual watch parties.
As we close a chapter on one decade and turn the page to begin another, it feels like a good moment to reflect on where we—as an association of members—have been and where we’re aiming to go.
NIRSA and Athletic Business are excited to announce a new development in our continuing partnership! The 2020 NIRSA Recreation Facilities Institute, sponsored by Mondo, will be integrated into the AB Show, November 3–6, in Baltimore.
With deep sadness, NIRSA shares the news that NIRSA Past President and Honor Award recipient Edsel Buchanan, aged 90, passed away on September 30.
With tremendous sadness, we share that the NIRSA family lost one of its giants on Friday, June 9. Jesse A. “Tony” Clements passed away at the age of 68 after bravely battling brain cancer.
NIRSA values its history and maintains a commitment to the intentionality behind its founding principles of diversity and inclusion.
Welcome the newly-appointed volunteer leaders who will be serving on the NIRSA Foundation Board of Directors and the NIRSA Services Corporation Board of Directors!
NIRSA is excited to announce a late addition to the NIRSA 2017 Annual Conference Program! Attendees will now have an opportunity to participate in a roundtable discussion about concussions.
Check out the latest issue of the SportRisk newsletter for information about the impact of insurance companies excluding concussions from liability policies.
It is with great sadness that NIRSA shares that Bill Vendl, a member of the NIRSA family for over 50 years, passed away on Sunday, October 30 shortly after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.