As your life may be beginning to change, remember that doors never truly close. We have the ability to make choices—such as maintaining communication with our friends and taking time to reflect on our memories.
"This has been an awesome (and fast) year of learning, leading, and moving our great association forward," says 2018-2019 NIRSA President Ken Morton as he reflects on his term on the NIRSA Board of Directors.
In the final month of NIRSA leadership with the Student Leadership Team and the Member Network, I find myself nearing a lot of goodbyes as I am sure most of you are as well.
The NIRSA Annual Conference for 2019 is over and it’s time to get back to doing what we do day in and day out: supporting a health and wellbeing revolution by serving our students and campus communities.
This issue of NIRSA Student Leader’s Notes is the final installment of the anthology of student leadership lessons that I began back in July.
Think intentionally about how you can amplify your individual experience. You may think about it through a professional, academic, or personal lens. What are you going to do this year that will amplify your life?
I’d like to delve deeper into the concepts of self-efficacy and confidence as we explore the thoughts and insights of the students of Region VI and their student leader, Rachel Horras.
Maybe it’s the Thanksgiving holiday and maybe because it’s NIRSA Awards season, but I find the fall a great time each year to reflect on the many privileges and blessings that make my life fulfilling.
In this installment of Student Leader Notes, I am highlighting Region V students and our Region V Student Leader, DeVanee Lasley.
I’m excited to share stories from NIRSA students that show how they were resilient and demonstrated grit through their involvement with collegiate recreation.