After incorporating and considering all member feedback, the strategic planning group is planning to reach out to members again throughout January and early February.
New report from Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education examines high school graduate projections; higher education will need to focus on recruiting and supporting diverse students.
If you have collaborated with other campus departments to better address the health and wellbeing of members of your campus community, we’d like to hear from you.
The third and final webinar in the Talks with Tiffany: Maintaining Professionalism in the Midst of Black Mourning series, “Knowing Your Worth,” will take place Wednesday, February 3.
NIRSA’s excited to share that an updated version of the inter-association wellbeing definition is now available! The definition, which was first published in May 2020, now features a supplementary table that further exemplifies community wellbeing.
The NIRSA Championship Series Unified Work Team recently released the first issue of their email newsletter: "THE SCOOP with Collegiate Special Olympics Unified Sports®;" subscribe today!
The National Suicide Hotline Designation Act of 2020 has been signed into law, establishing 988 as the three-digit code for emergency mental health services. This will allow callers to speak with a trained professional quickly.
This Fall, nearly 800 participants from over 250 institutions took part in NIRSA’s 21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge © for Campus Recreation, supported by Mondo.
Nearly 800 individuals participated in NIRSA’s 21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge © for Campus Recreation, supported by Mondo. Given the enthusiastic response, we’re thrilled to be able to offer it as an on-demand experience!
“Pushing the Agenda Forward,” the second webinar in the three part series Talks with Tiffany: Maintaining Professionalism in the Midst of Black Mourning, will take place Wednesday, December 2.