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.
At Penn State, Competitive Sports Coordinators Michael Potter and Cybbi Barton have been working together for over a year. Here's the lowdown on how and why their partnership works.
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.
Colleges and universities across North America are playing a leading role promoting health and wellbeing among their students and even into their communities. York University in Toronto, Ontario is having an impact on the fitness and lifestyle of more than just its students. Serving 53,000 students, York University is the third largest school in Canada […]
We sat down with Brenna Lacey, Director of Fitness at Missouri Baptist to find out how she landed at MBU and to hear what’s happening in the world of recreation and wellness on her campus.
Join Portland State University's Campus Rec Aquatics Coordinator Craig Gosnell in exploring how Portland State University's Sound Waves: PRIDE took shape over the past few years.
Fitness professionals are dedicated advocates of healthy lifestyles and excellent role models of the way health and fitness can affect a person’s confidence, skill sets, career choices, and have an impact on their communities.
In this crazy world, we often start to think more about what’s coming next in our lives rather than remembering to be grateful for the gifts we enjoy today.