In the April 2020 issue of Athletic Business Magazine, we catch up with three NIRSA members who emphasize the importance of continuous learning and ongoing professional development for their teams.
See why campus recreation professionals at all stages in their careers and students currently working in campus rec look forward to the profession’s largest dedicated learning and networking event.
Anita Moran of the Office of Moran Architects, Courtney Copp of the University of Arizona and Sarah Hardin of Depaul University reflect on three topics for campus rec professionals to consider heading into 2020: sustainability, risk management training, and space planning.
Marc Loomer of Matrix Fitness, Colleen McKenna of CannonDesign, and Rich Gray of PLAE share with AB Magazine what makes campus rec unique, how facilities have been evolving, advice about design, and emerging trends.
NIRSA and Athletic Business are excited to announce a new development in our continuing partnership! The 2020 NIRSA Recreation Facilities Institute, sponsored by Mondo, will be integrated into the AB Show, November 3–6, in Baltimore.
Tell the eligible students on your campus about this fantastic opportunity from NIRSA and Athletic Business to tell their story to a national audience; they might just win a free trip to NIRSA 2020.
Eligible students can submit an article before October 18 to Athletic Business Magazine for a chance to be published. Eight students will be published and one will win a trip to NIRSA 2020.
NIRSA members Jeremy Battjes of the University of Arkansas and Armand Buzzelli share with AB Magazine how programming and resources offered by campus rec departments are making positive and lasting impacts on students.
Eligible students are invited to submit an article before October 18 based on their experience working for their institution's rec department. One student will win an all-expenses-paid trip to NIRSA 2020.
NIRSA President and Director of Recreational Sports at Oregon State University, Leah Hall Dorothy shares with AB Magazine how students working in rec are strengthening skills wanted by employers across a range of career fields.