Everyone is different and what works for one person will not work for another. That is inclusive wellbeing.
How can your department position itself as an attractive campus employment opportunity for students? Christina Galli of UC Berkeley and Co-Chair of NIRSA's Student Staff Development Task Force talks "game theory."
With semesters coming to a close many of us find ourselves returning home or—in some cases—never having left. It is December and we are sitting in a pile of string.
Let’s sit down and study the intricate ways our minds make connection from the weight of our experiences, the conditioning of our environments, and the noises we have heard, absorbed, and rebounded.
Safe and inclusive—two words that've carried so much meaning throughout 2020. While the Series is currently refraining from holding in-person events, an emphasis on advancing this brand promise and inspiring a shared vision remains.
It takes a lot of energy to change and many of us are absolutely drained. This year has been an extended metamorphosis, so what stage are we in?
NIRSA Executive Director Pam Watts and NIRSA President David Davenport met today on Instagram live to discuss what's been going on in the Association since their last letter to members.
Summer is meant for swimming—even if you dislike the water or don’t know how to swim. Like a lot of people, my own mind is a place where I’ve been swimming a lot lately.
Sports are the best drama because of the raw, genuine emotion they elicit. When our favorite athletes use their platforms and direct that emotion to improving the world, fans are engaged.
We have overcome. We, the humans of NIRSA, have caught each other when the world turned upside down.