Jacob Eubank, EdD has been sharing insights about making the leap from campus recreation practitioner into academia; read how transferable skills he gained working in campus rec set him up to succeed as an academic.
Join your NIRSA colleagues and friends on Zoom for the LGBTQ & Allies virtual social on May 21 at 4:00pm EST.
Each year, NIRSA is proud to recognize a few of our extraordinary members with a variety of awards. The Association congratulates all of our inspiring award recipients for their contributions to NIRSA and the profession!
We know you’re excited for NIRSA 2020 Phoenix, Arizona, and the Association is pleased to let you know that VisitPhoenix is offering discounts to local restaurants, tours, and other downtown experiences!
The NIRSA Assembly is excited to share the panel “Gen Z: Re-Shaping Higher Education and Its Impact on Collegiate Rec” at NIRSA 2020.
Don’t miss out on everything NIRSA 2020 has to offer—make sure to register today to take advantage of early bird prices! They end on March 5!
Two preconference sessions tailored to staff who work at small recreation programs will be held on Saturday, April 18 prior to the 2020 NIRSA Annual Conference & Campus Rec and Wellness Expo.
NIRSA is excited to announce that Meagan Johnson, one of the authors of Generations, Inc.: From Boomers to Linksters—Managing the Friction Between Generations at Work, will join the speaker lineup at NIRSA 2020.
NIRSA has a great line up of live, in-person learning events that will help you expand your knowledge, apply new skills, create fun memories, and grow your professional network! Mark your calendars!
The NIRSA Annual Conference Program Committee has spent months reviewing and selecting conference proposals. NIRSA 2020 education program offerings and networking events are now available on the NIRSA website!