Have you ever considered pursuing an career in academia? NIRSA member Jacob Eubank, EdD shares insights about making the jump from a campus recreation practitioner to a professor.
In a follow-up to his editorial "Making the jump: tips for transitioning from practitioner to academic," Jacob Eubank, EdD offers his insight into funding model differences between student affairs practitioners and faculty members in academia.
See how NIRSA member Jacob Eubank has managed keeping the trifecta of teaching, research, and service top of mind as he's made the transition from campus rec practitioner to a tenure-track academic.
For those contemplating pursuing a terminal degree, this article by NIRSA member and Heartful Editor Megan Krone, PhD includes reflections, challenges, and advice about the doctoral process from five professionals across NIRSA.
We are pleased to announce that the NIRSA Directors Institute for campus recreation directors and chief administrators will take place June 25–27, 2018 in Tucson, Arizona!
To help keep higher education professionals informed on how proposed tax reform might impact them, NACUBO is offering a webinar on Thursday, November 9.
By Erin O’Sullivan
Earlier this month, nearly 50 Chief Staff Officers and volunteer leaders from 26 higher education associations gathered in Minneapolis, MN for the Council of Higher Education Management Associations’ (CHEMA) bi-annual meeting. NIRSA has had a presence at these meetings for over a decade, and this year was no exception as Executive Director […]
By Janice DeMonsi, Director of Recreation Santa Clara University, Co-Chair of NIRSA’s Strategic Values Commission for Sustainable Communities
Has your campus recreation program made a commitment to operating sustainably? Do you want to learn how to make it easier to buy green? For example, simple changes—like purchasing recycled paper, green cleaning supplies, or fair trade sports […]
NIRSA is pleased to partner with the ACPA to present the free webinar “How Campus Intramural Programs Contribute to Student Retention”
NIRSA members have known for quite some time that participation in recreational sports programs correlates with increased overall college satisfaction and that retention and completion rates are essential benchmarks in determining student success in a higher education setting. With this is mind, NIRSA is excited to partner with the ACPA to […]