WTW Architects has teamed with Indiana University of Pennsylvania Student Cooperative Association to explore what a campus student union and recreation center reopening looks like amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
NIRSA’s Reopening Considerations: A Framework for Campus Rec is intended to guide campus recreation departments through questions and considerations related to reopening campus rec facilities and programs.
See how the world of campus recreation has pivoted in the wake of COVID-19 with NIRSA members and explore the value proposition of the profession ahead of planned facility reopenings.
NIRSA Associate Member and Corporate Partner, CannonDesign is hosting the free webinar “A State of Constant Change: Trends Reshaping Collegiate Rec and Wellness Facilities” on Thursday, April 16.
NIRSA is hosting a series of informal, virtual roundtables organized around functional roles, specialty areas, or other specified topics.
Anita Moran of the Office of Moran Architects, Courtney Copp of the University of Arizona and Sarah Hardin of Depaul University reflect on three topics for campus rec professionals to consider heading into 2020: sustainability, risk management training, and space planning.
Marc Loomer of Matrix Fitness, Colleen McKenna of CannonDesign, and Rich Gray of PLAE share with AB Magazine what makes campus rec unique, how facilities have been evolving, advice about design, and emerging trends.
The 2019 NIRSA Triventure, presented by Mondo is taking place in San Diego, California from November 6-8, and ed session information is now available on the NIRSA website!
Now’s your chance to share your knowledge and experience with your professional peers! We invite you to submit a presentation proposal for the 2019 NIRSA Triventure by June 19.
Don't miss “How to Manage Weather Worries: Faster, Safer & Easier,” a free webinar from NIRSA’s preferred media partner Athletic Business and webinar sponsor Earth Networks on Wednesday, December 5.