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.
The turn into a new decade coincides with what is roughly the midpoint of our current Strategic Plan. Celebrate the many accomplishments to date and get excited about opportunities on the horizon.
With the support of their respective nominating committees, NIRSA and the NIRSA Foundation recruited and recommended an estimable slate of board candidates to advance the priorities outlined in the strategic plan.
While we look forward to seeing the hard work and great ideas come to life, we also want to celebrate the many substantial accomplishments of the 2013-2018 Strategic Plan.
As campus recreation strives to develop those healthy and inclusive communities, it is with understanding that this necessitates work and impact outside of our own facility walls. That work requires partnership and collaboration.
Check out the latest issue of the SportRisk newsletter for tips for implementing a concussion protocol in campus recreation departments.
A recent Special Olympics meting brought together sports leaders from across North America. NIRSA was pleased to be among a small number of Special Olympics partners that were also invited.
Update, May 20: This article has be updated with information regarding Steve Young’s memorial service.
It is with incredible sadness that NIRSA shares the news that Steve Young passed away on Wednesday, May 18 after a five-year battle with brain cancer. He was 59. Steve—known as “SY” to many students and colleagues—had a 32-year storied […]