The NIRSA Board of Directors highlights the impact of member engagement on the proposed amendments and why they unanimously support these amendments for the short-term strength and long-term health of the organization.
NIRSA’s professional members and the NIRSA Student Leadership Team will have the opportunity to vote on proposed changes to the NIRSA Bylaws during the 2020 NIRSA Elections taking place January 16–29.
Save the date! On Wednesday, October 9 at 1:30pm EST, the Association will host a NIRSA Bylaws town hall videoconference via Zoom.
The NIRSA Board of Directors has approved in concept two proposed amendments to NIRSA’s bylaws for the upcoming election cycle, which will take place in January 2020.
The NIRSA Board recently decided to table any member vote on bylaws changes related to membership dues until the regular January 2020 NIRSA election cycle at the earliest.
NIRSA members vote annually via electronic elections to fill positions on the NIRSA Member Network and the NIRSA Board of Directors. The Association is pleased to welcome our incoming professional and student leaders.
NIRSA Headquarters is working with Election America to conduct the Association’s 2019 NIRSA volunteer leadership elections. All student and professional members are eligible to vote.
NIRSA’s professional members and the Student Leadership Team will have the opportunity to vote on proposed changes to the NIRSA Bylaws during the 2019 NIRSA Elections taking place January 17–29.
Volunteer NIRSA leaders from the State of Montana have brought forth an official request for regional realignment, proposing to change their regional affiliation within NIRSA from Region V to Region VI.
Earlier this week, the NIRSA Board of Directors took the final step required by the Association’s Regional Composition Policy and, with the passing of a resolution, formally established Canada as a distinct region of NIRSA!