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.
Members Lexi Chaput of the University of Michigan, Wallace Eddy of the University of Maryland, and Ian McGregor of Ian McGregor & Associates share with AB Magazine how campus recreation is improving concussion protocols.
NIRSA members Laura Klein of the University of North Texas and Amanda Gill of Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in Calgary share with AB Magazine how campus recreation departments are taking on new challenges with esports programming.
NIRSA members Suzanne McDonald of East Carolina University and Kate Smith of California State University, Sacramento share with AB Magazine how campus recreation professionals are integrating wellbeing across multiple campus programs and services.
NIRSA members Todd Misener and Kari Pratt of Oklahoma State University, and Leah Shelley of the University of Florida share with AB Magazine innovative programs campus recreation departments are introducing to promote healthy lifestyles.
NIRSA members Tim Mertz of MIT and Christopher Denison of the University of Northern Iowa share with AB Magazine the importance of cross-campus collaboration in promoting student wellbeing.
NIRSA members Alison Cross of Virginia Tech, George Brown of the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, and Gavin Myers, Partner at Hughes Group share with AB Magazine the value of integrated approaches to student wellbeing.
NIRSA member Todd Misener of Oklahoma State University and NIRSA Executive Director Pam Watts share with AB Magazine ways campus rec departments are helping a new generation of students learn how to socialize and develop other soft skills.