NIRSA members Curtis Sicheneder and Kendall Ross share their experience of navigating the destruction and far-reaching consequences of the Camp Fire and the role that collegiate recreation can play in the aftermath of disaster.
A lot of factors go into making a scholarly journal a premier publication. Paul Milton has made huge contributions to the Recreational Sports Journal.
"Opportunities will come to those who make connections within the field and when those opportunities come your way you want to be prepared with the knowledge and work ethic to be successful," says Jordin Williams.
Teri’s current position is director of Campus Recreation at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. She sees the core competencies as a road map to help navigate her professional development and focus.
The integration of wellbeing across campuses is an exciting trend in campus recreation and Stacy Connell is one NIRSA member taking her experience in the profession into other spaces of campus wellbeing efforts.
Paul Wilson, retired director of intramural rec sports at the University of Oklahoma, has deep roots with NIRSA and has been curating Association history as NIRSA Historian since 2003.
Kimmi Sterner’s story exemplifies the findings of the White Paper “Considering the Impact of Participation and Employment of Students in Campus Activities and Collegiate Recreation on the Development of the Skills Employers Desire Most.”
USC Aiken relies on collaboration to create a culture of wellbeing, and Campus Rec & Wellness is one of the driving forces for integrating holistic wellness and leadership development in an intentional and sustainable way.
Ross’ presentation "It’s on You" will address taking initiative—a relevant leadership quality for NIRSA members working in every capacity.
Aron's inspirational story of survival will get the NIRSA family—especially our members involved in outdoor rec—ready to "Elevate Your Path" at NIRSA 2018.