New report Campus Recreation and Leadership Development: Pathways for Student and Community Transformation will enhance the campus rec professional’s understanding of how to positively influence leadership development in students.
NIRSA is excited to announce that the Recreational Sports Journal, the official publication of the NIRSA Foundation, will be produced by SAGE Publishing starting January 1, 2019!
If you have yet to participate in the NIRSA Salary Census, please consider doing so today. Contributing your data is only a simple click away!
The NIRSA Research & Assessment Committee is pleased to announce that results for the NIRSA Salary Census are now available in the benchmarking platform for all participating individuals.
In the most recent issue of the Recreational Sports Journal (Volume 41, Issue 2), two articles discuss how students attain and develop career-readiness skills through co-curricular employment in collegiate recreation.
The Association has developed a grant opportunity for a professional member to conduct a project that pertains specifically to small programs utilizing the Institutional Data Set (IDS), NIRSA’s benchmarking platform.
In 2015, the Recreational Sports Journal published an article on the current policies and practices regarding transgender student participation in recreation at NIRSA member institutions.
Currently, the Council for Advancement of Standards in Higher Education has determined that various committees need more volunteers and have extended an invitation to NIRSA member professionals specifically to serve on those committees.
Andy Milton, RCRSP and Director of Campus Recreation at St. Ambrose University is NIRSA’s new Alternate Director to the Board of Directors of the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS).
The NIRSA Research & Assessment Committee is currently accepting applications for the NIRSA Research Grant Program. All grant applications are due by Friday, June 30.