Chuck Steines, a senior at Elon University studying sport management, shares what he learned recently about a unique project where three North Carolina campuses helped students picture resilience.
This summer, Kansas State University Recreational Services celebrated 100 years of service at K-State with cake and ice cream, a climbing wall challenge, a sand volleyball tournament, and more.
Elon University's Charles Steines recently interviewed long-time NIRSA member Dr. Lloyd Hisaka, retired Director at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa, about his involvement in campus rec, service to NIRSA, and his cultural identity.
In the September 2021 issue of Athletic Business Magazine, writer Michael Popke catches up NIRSA members and volunteer leaders to discuss how sport can be a vehicle for social change.
At the end of this month, Mary Callender—NIRSA’s longest ever tenured staff member—is set to hang up her lanyard for the last time, after 26 years of employment.
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.
In the July/August 2021 issue of Athletic Business Magazine, writer Michael Popke catches up with NIRSA members to see how campus recreation departments are working to create campus rec environments for everyone.
Have you been following the journey of women making history in NIRSA? Explore stories of established and emerging women leaders who have already and continue to transform the profession.
NIRSA President Cara Lucia of Elon University introduces the Change Makers vlog—her forthcoming series of entries in the NIRSA President’s Notes leadership blog.
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.