As members head off campus for some well deserved rest and recharging we invite you to spend a few minutes reading a special end-of-year message from your NIRSA leaders.
The NIRSA Board of Directors has expanded on a recent statement opposing the increasing number of bills being introduced into state legislatures regarding transgender athletes’ participation in sports.
As we approach a verdict of the Derek Chauvin trial, NIRSA, like all communities, has been called to reexamine its own structures and history, as well as to provide members opportunities to lean into both learning and community.
NIRSA, the NIRSA Foundation, and the NIRSA Services Corporation finalize 2021-2022 rosters for all three Boards of Directors with recent appointments.
The recent murder of six women of Asian descent extends an appalling escalation of violence directed at the Asian community. We condemn these acts of violence and all forms of racism, misogyny, marginalization, and dehumanization.
Project Play will host a session at the 2020 Summit that explores where the trends in varsity, club, and intramural sports are headed and how colleges can help advance values of health and inclusion.
Recent efforts and initiatives align with call to action from the NIRSA equity, diversity and inclusion statement and the Board’s promise last spring to take action to address racism.
NIRSA announces that the 2021 NIRSA Annual Conference will be an entirely virtual event.
As a follow-up to the last "Message from NIRSA," NIRSA president David Davenport and NIRSA Executive Director Pam Watts share their perspectives on ongoing, systemic racism and NIRSA's action steps.
NIRSA continues to provide value for members and to innovate and impact the industry by seeking skilled and diverse leaders committed to advancing our vision of inspiring the development of healthy people and healthy communities.