Join representatives from NIRSA, NASPA, and ACHA at NIRSA 2019 to discuss how the associations are taking action on this important aspect of the Health and Wellbeing in Higher Education: A Commitment to Student Success.
The NIRSA Concussion Advisory Council has been working to give colleagues some insight into various approaches to implementing concussion protocols.The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is pleased to share in the series.
The best way to combat the insurance industry’s fear of huge losses from class-action lawsuits is to demonstrate how your university is taking reasonable steps to reduce concussions and effectively respond to potential concussions when they happen.
At this year’s Annual Conference, NIRSA is excited to be able to offer a unique series of sessions that will put a global lens on important and timely topics in the field of campus recreation.
Executive Director of CU Denver Wellness & Recreation and an ACE Certified Health Coach, Amber Long explains why she is “eager to watch our industry evolve to meet the changing wellbeing needs of our students.”
Kick off the 2019 health and wellbeing revolution with a march through the Campus Rec and Wellness Expo! With over 150 exhibitors, the Expo is your all-access pass to the latest cutting-edge ideas!
The NIRSA Concussion Advisory Council has been working to give colleagues some insight into various approaches to implementing concussion protocols. Oklahoma State University is pleased to share in this series.
NIRSA members Todd Misener and Kari Pratt of Oklahoma State University, and Leah Shelley of the University of Florida share with AB Magazine innovative programs campus recreation departments are introducing to promote healthy lifestyles.
Modeled after the Bring Your Boss opportunity, NIRSA is offering you the ability to Bring Your Health & Wellbeing Colleague with you to NIRSA 2019 in Boston!
Return to play and return to learn protocols should be parts of your overall strategy related to concussion management.