The Association owes a huge debt of gratitude to the eleven members who served these past two-and-a-half years on the NIRSA Health and Wellbeing Task Force.
Join CannonDesign’s Colleen McKenna and Roland Lemke on Tuesday, September 21, for “The Wellness HORIZON Line: How Collegiate Rec, Wellness and Student Health are Evolving to Shape Brighter Futures.”
As rec professionals look to build community for students on and off campus, esports and gaming opportunities offer benefits to participants—especially among some users who may not otherwise have been involved with programs.
There is broad consensus that schools and their recreation departments want students to return to sports participation in a safe environment. See tips to facilitate a quick and safe return to play.
NIRSA's Health & Wellbeing Task Force is conducting ongoing assessment about members’ understanding of and relation to the concepts of health and wellbeing. Take the latest survey through August 6.
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 July 13.
Promising Practices are collaborative or integrated wellbeing initiatives and campus-wide efforts that support the campus community. NIRSA is proud to share its first Promising Practice: Oakland University.
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 June 16.
The latest issue of the NIRSA Wellbeing Briefing hit member inboxes in June. The NIRSA Health & Wellbeing Task Force's Member Resource Development Team shares highlights from the wellbeing field.
The NIRSA Board of Directors has expanded on a recent statement opposing the increasing number of bills being introduced into state legislatures regarding transgender athletes’ participation in sports.