Over the past two years, the NIRSA Concussion Advisory Council has helped the Association reach a better understanding of its current state and needs as related to concussion education and management.
In response to member interest, NIRSA is offering a limited time opportunity to purchase a hardcopy, printed version of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion: A resource guide for Leaders in Collegiate Recreation.
The NIRSA Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Commission updated its resource guide to now include robust references section; NIRSA is offering a limited-time opportunity to purchase a printed version of the resource.
NIRSA’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Commission has done excellent work to provide resources to NIRSA members and help move the needle forward on this important value area within our profession.
Contribute to the Association’s future direction and work in wellbeing by participating in NIRSA's wellbeing survey; it opens in early July.
In Spring 2017, Jenna MoroGiello, MS, LAT, ATC, became the Coordinator of Injury Prevention and Care at Georgia Southern University. See what she's learned implementing a concussion policy for intramural sports.
The NIRSA Concussion Advisory Council wants to hear from campus recreation colleagues to learn what types of concussion tools and resources will support functional areas of campus recreation that currently feel underserved.
NIRSA’s Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Commission is excited to announce the arrival of the first in-depth, robust resource guide for equity, diversity, and inclusion that is specific to the field of campus recreation.
The NIRSA Concussion Advisory Council has been working to give colleagues some insight into various approaches to implementing concussion protocols.The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is pleased to share in the series.
The best way to combat the insurance industry’s fear of huge losses from class-action lawsuits is to demonstrate how your university is taking reasonable steps to reduce concussions and effectively respond to potential concussions when they happen.