As an association, NIRSA strives to monitor and track policy and legislative issues with the potential to impact our members or the campus communities they serve; see the Active Policy Solutions updates from October 21.
Kim Curtin, Ph.D., Fellow at the University of Alberta, has been selected to receive a 2019 NIRSA Research Grant!
In response to member interest, NIRSA is offering a limited time opportunity to purchase a hardcopy, printed version of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion: A resource guide for Leaders in Collegiate Recreation.
The NIRSA Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Commission updated its resource guide to now include robust references section; NIRSA is offering a limited-time opportunity to purchase a printed version of the resource.
NIRSA’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Commission has done excellent work to provide resources to NIRSA members and help move the needle forward on this important value area within our profession.
NIRSA’s Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Commission is excited to announce the arrival of the first in-depth, robust resource guide for equity, diversity, and inclusion that is specific to the field of campus recreation.
NIRSA’s Government Affairs Committee has composed a statement that outlines the Association’s overarching beliefs related to Title IX which has positively impacted the opportunity for all people to equally participate in sports and recreation.
As the Unified Sports movement continues to grow on campuses from coast to coast, Rowan’s leadership will continue to be key in helping model the type of student development that comes from this opportunity.
The Department of Education released its proposed Title IX rule aimed at amending the regulations around implementation; a 60-day public comment period is now underway.
This award is meant to encourage and support those seeking sustained improvements for minorities in the field of collegiate recreation. Nominations are due by Monday, December 10.