It is my hope that as NIRSA students, we take the time to reflect on the past year. Think of all the wins this year that brought you to where you are today.
Incoming NIRSA President Ken Morton, Director of Campus Recreation at Stephen F. Austin State University, encourages all NIRSA members to thrive as we jump into the 2018-2019 NIRSA leadership year.
May is finally here! This month signals the end of the school year and the graduation of some of our great student employees.
As this leadership year comes to its end, I want to share some heartfelt appreciation to the many who supported me along the way. I look forward the new leadership year and the good work ahead for the incoming boards.
The first “official” day of spring is some weeks away but many of us have been working hard since the calendar hit mid-January. The Championship Series and its many constituents have been as well. We completed the National Flag Football Championships in Pensacola; Wichita Hoops has been chosen as the future site for […]
As the holidays approach and the semester starts to conclude, it’s always great to look back and reflect on where we are and what we’ve accomplished this year.
These next few weeks will provide endless new opportunities and experiences for a lot of folks. From new and returning participants to young and experienced professionals, tournament time is always the best time!
Creating a network of influence starts with pinpointing the characteristics you wish to obtain. Throughout my career, I have been influenced and moved by specific people.
One philosophy consistently catches my attention in the speeches of new coaches. Alignment. From the top of the organization to the bottom, everyone wants to be on the same page about their core goals.
The past few weeks have been a struggle. I have always had a hard time dealing with hate, racism, and bigotry. I have always experienced it—and that probably won’t change anytime soon.