NIRSA’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Commission has done excellent work to provide resources to NIRSA members and help move the needle forward on this important value area within our profession.
Recently, a group of thought leaders gathered for a second research summit to continue conversations around the research-focused call to action in the Health and Wellbeing in Higher Education: A Commitment to Student Success.
Contribute to the Association’s future direction and work in wellbeing by participating in NIRSA's wellbeing survey; it opens in early July.
In Spring 2017, Jenna MoroGiello, MS, LAT, ATC, became the Coordinator of Injury Prevention and Care at Georgia Southern University. See what she's learned implementing a concussion policy for intramural sports.
Members Lexi Chaput of the University of Michigan, Wallace Eddy of the University of Maryland, and Ian McGregor of Ian McGregor & Associates share with AB Magazine how campus recreation is improving concussion protocols.
At Sam Houston State University, fitness and nutrition are viewed as two equally important components of wellbeing that the recreation department does its best to tackle head on for the sake of its student population.
Brian Luu, Assistant Director, UC Davis Campus Recreation–Living Well Unit explains why "fitness instructors are no longer just fitness instructors. They are ambassadors of wellness."
As we head into summer this year, we are excited to announce that three more leading organizations have signed on to Health and Wellbeing in Higher Education: A Commitment to Student Success.
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.