The latest issue of the NIRSA Wellbeing Briefing hit member inboxes in June. The NIRSA Health & Wellbeing Task Force's Member Resource Development Team shares highlights from the wellbeing field.
Cybbi Barton of the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor and Antonio Gonzalez ofthe University of South Florida share insights about the rise of esports in campus recreation.
Join NIRSA intramural sports colleagues June 28-29 for intentional skill building and relationship making as industry experts dive into topics like sports officials' development, rebuilding a student staff team, pay-to-play models, and other nontraditional events.
We hope you’ll follow the journey of women in NIRSA over the coming weeks—a journey that opened the way for future NIRSA leaders. Explore women making history during NIRSA’s founding and the early years.
As an association, NIRSA strives to monitor and track policy and legislative issues with the potential to impact our members or the campus communities they serve; see the Active Policy Solutions updates from May 19.
In the June 2021 issue of Athletic Business Magazine, writer Michael Popke catches up with NIRSA members to see how design of recreation centers may be impacted in the wake of the pandemic.
NIRSA is launching the NIRSA Women+ Caucus. The Association strives to ensure that all individuals who identify as women are seen and represented.
Congratulations to the movers and shakers within NIRSA who have recently changed jobs within the collegiate recreation profession!
July 14-15, leading esports professionals from across the Association are teaming up to deliver NIRSA’s Collegiate Esports Virtual Institute. Registration for the learning event is now open and members enjoy registration discounts.
Registration is now open for the 2021 Aspiring Directors Institute, presented by NIRSA, ACUI, and ACUHO-I! The three-week virtual program is happening virtually July 12-30. Secure your spot today!