Two new volunteer leadership teams have been constituted. The NIRSA Championship Series Social Justice Task Force and Esports Task Force applications are open through September 11.
In the fall of 2018, NIRSA and the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) collaborated to conduct an initial scan of the current and desired state of esports on college campuses.
The NIRSA and National Association of Campus Activities (NACA) boards of directors have determined there’s a need to continue the work of the Esports Task Force this upcoming year.
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.
In an effort to keep up with this growing trend, the NIRSA/NACA Esports Task Force are conducting a survey of the current state and desired future state of collegiate esports.
On November 20 at 2:00pm EST, follow the hashtag #RecChat on Twitter for the Google hangout link, to join the conversation, and to learn about building esports on campus.
This fall, the NIRSA and NACA boards of directors established a joint task force to conduct an initial scan of the current and desired state of esports on college campuses.