Earlier this month, the student leaders and community athletes of Colorado State University (CSU) in Fort Collins, Colorado celebrated being named one of the ESPN Top 5 Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools.
We caught up with David Crawford, Director of Recreation Services at Saint Martin’s University to get to know him and hear about what’s happening in the world of recreation and wellness at SMU.
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For those contemplating pursuing a terminal degree, this article by NIRSA member and Heartful Editor Megan Krone, PhD includes reflections, challenges, and advice about the doctoral process from five professionals across NIRSA.
Member features are a key feature of NIRSA’s news and a great way to shine a spotlight on outstanding individuals, programs, or initiatives; see what your colleagues are saying about contributing to the NIRSA news.
At Sam Houston State University, fitness and nutrition are viewed as two equally important components of wellbeing that the recreation department does its best to tackle head on for the sake of its student population.
This past April, Adam Shanley, Drexel University’s Club Sport Coordinator, had the opportunity to travel with the Drexel Club Sailing team to Les Sables- d’Olonne, France to compete in the 51st Annual EDHEC Sailing Cup.
Healthy UC Davis collaborates with on-campus partners to create engaging programs focused on all realms of health. Healthy UC Davis offers support, information, resources and tools to help its campus community members live healthier lives.
In Spring 2017, staff at Houston Community College discussed developing a unified sports program; see how their efforts to build a recreational program where all students could participate equitably played out.
NIRSA members Curtis Sicheneder and Kendall Ross share their experience of navigating the destruction and far-reaching consequences of the Camp Fire and the role that collegiate recreation can play in the aftermath of disaster.