Created and run by a few of campus rec's finest, the Campus Rec Podcast brings forth a space where genuine conversations about recreation are being held.
With deep sadness, NIRSA shares the news that NIRSA Past President and Honor Award recipient Edsel Buchanan, aged 90, passed away on September 30.
The NIRSA Concussion Advisory Council brings our campus recreation colleagues from across North America the first in series of case studies to give insight into the various approaches to implementing concussion protocols.
Dr. Rodney J. Grambeau passed away on Wednesday August 22, 2018. Recognized by NIRSA as a Legacy Member, he was among the professionals there at the infancy of the collegiate recreation profession.
This winter, the Athletics and Recreation Department at the Calgary-based SAIT hosted a glow-in-the-dark DJ spin class as part of its ongoing and award-winning Make Some Noise for Mental Health campaign.
The University of Michigan’s Adventure Leadership Program is one of those eye-opening examples of innovative approaches to developing leadership capacity through interaction with campus recreation.
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.”