Up close with the Professional Registry: Earl Cabellon

Earl Cabellon started his career in collegiate recreation as a student at the University of Rhode Island where he first became invested in the field. Learn how he leveraged that investment by maintaining his status in the Registry of Collegiate Recreation Sports Professionals.

Up Close with the Professional Registry: Megan Feasel, Armstrong State University

By Nazifa Islam

Megan Feasel’s passion for the collegiate recreation profession was kindled as an undergraduate at Wright State University. For four years, she was a Student Facility Assistant; that’s “where it all started,” she says, “cleaning treadmills, selling memberships, swiping ID cards.” She soon discovered that she “absolutely loved working in the recreation center,” […]

Up Close with the Professional Registry: Wendy Windsor, Louisiana State University

By Erin O’Sullivan | July 14, 2014

Learn more about the Professional Registry and the people who make it so great
Wendy Windsor, Associate Director of Programs and Outreach at Louisiana State University, has followed a career path dedicated to student service and developing young adults beyond the classroom walls. A key part of what drew […]

Up Close with the Professional Registry: Wallace Eddy, University of Maryland

By Erin O’Sullivan | December 6, 2013

In addition to living our collegiate recreation values of health and wellbeing, as members of the higher education community, we have other values to live too—chiefly, a commitment to continued and sustained learning.

Wallace Eddy, Associate Director in the Department of Campus Recreation Services at the University of Maryland, knows […]

Close Up with the Professional Registry: Blair Schuyler, University of Texas Arlington

Blair Schuyler is a go-getter. As a NIRSA Professional Member and the Member Services Coordinator at UT Arlington Campus Recreation, Blair has a full plate; yet, he’s always on the lookout for strategic ways to further his investment in collegiate recreation. Luckily as an RCRSP, his […]

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