NIRSA President Cara Lucia of Elon University introduces the Change Makers vlog—her forthcoming series of entries in the NIRSA President’s Notes leadership blog.
This year, the Student Leadership Team is excited to embark on new adventures, continue to advocate for all students, and finally see each other in person in Portland!
As we enter a year of resurgence, we’re fortunate to have a fearless, dynamic, and forward-thinking captain in Ashley Lax. I am proud to call her a colleague, NIRSA confidant, and friend.
After nearly six years of continuous service on the NIRSA Board, outgoing President David Davenport of Austin Peay State University reflects back on the leadership year with NIRSA Executive Director Pam Watts.
I have spent much of my time lately reflecting on the year we’ve had and the present moment we’re in. I have viewed these monthly notes to you all as time capsules.
Fighters, all of us, wear battle scars to show where we have been. It is ok to do a little dance halfway up the mountain. It’s okay to take a rest and heal.
Everyone is different and what works for one person will not work for another. That is inclusive wellbeing.
Transgender participation in sports has again come up in the legislative agenda for multiple states, as well as a bill in the US House of Representatives; Chris Crum, co-chair of NIRSA’s Government Affairs Committee gives an update.
Pam Watts, CAE introduces the survey responses to NIRSA's recent survey about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and highlights some of the key themes that emerged from the data.
With semesters coming to a close many of us find ourselves returning home or—in some cases—never having left. It is December and we are sitting in a pile of string.