NIRSA’s Health & Wellbeing Task Force had the opportunity to meet in person this past April at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities to kick start their work.
Deb Johnson, Director of Recreation at UC Davis, reflects on expanding their Athletics and Recreation Center and shares some insights about how the new facility has been received since opening earlier this year.
Healthy UC Davis collaborates with on-campus partners to create engaging programs focused on all realms of health. Healthy UC Davis offers support, information, resources and tools to help its campus community members live healthier lives.
NIRSA Platinum Partner Technogym shares topics related to wellness and lifestyle; see how meditation has been gaining momentum among elite and even recreational athletes.
NIRSA members Suzanne McDonald of East Carolina University and Kate Smith of California State University, Sacramento share with AB Magazine how campus recreation professionals are integrating wellbeing across multiple campus programs and services.
The NIRSA Concussion Advisory Council wants to hear from campus recreation colleagues to learn what types of concussion tools and resources will support functional areas of campus recreation that currently feel underserved.
The NIRSA Annual Conference for 2019 is over and it’s time to get back to doing what we do day in and day out: supporting a health and wellbeing revolution by serving our students and campus communities.
The NIRSA Board recently approved and appointed a Health & Wellbeing Task Force to help NIRSA be a driving force in an integrated approach to health and wellbeing.
Every year on February 22, NIRSA members celebrate Recreational Sports & Fitness Day in commemoration of NIRSA’s founding date. Here are some glimpses at incredible creative 2019 #RecDay festivities from the world of Instagram!
NIRSA members Curtis Sicheneder and Kendall Ross share their experience of navigating the destruction and far-reaching consequences of the Camp Fire and the role that collegiate recreation can play in the aftermath of disaster.