The integration of wellbeing across campuses is an exciting trend in campus recreation and Stacy Connell is one NIRSA member taking her experience in the profession into other spaces of campus wellbeing efforts.
NIRSA’s Strategic Planning Task Force met November 29–December 1 in Washington, DC for their second face-to-face meeting and to continue their work on assembling the Association’s next strategic plan.
At Penn State, Competitive Sports Coordinators Michael Potter and Cybbi Barton have been working together for over a year. Here's the lowdown on how and why their partnership works.
Registration for the 2018 NIRSA Directors Institute opened on Wednesday, December 13. This premier event will be capped at 60 people and registrations will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis.
One year after six Canadian campuses were the first to adopt the Okanagan Charter four leading organizations—including NIRSA—have recently endorsed it in a show of support.
The Charter’s aim is to help college campuses promote health and wellbeing by providing a framework for integrating a culture of health and leading health promotion both locally and globally.
The NIRSA Creative Excellence Awards recognize NIRSA members’ outstanding accomplishments in marketing. Awards are conferred in nine categories and applications are due November 1.
If you’ve witnessed outstanding service, we hope you will consider elevating it for Association-wide celebration by submitting a nomination for the NIRSA Annual Service Award by November 15.
Now is the time to give our colleagues the recognition they deserve by nominating them for a NIRSA Regional Award of Merit.
The NIRSA Small Programs Advisory Council is piloting a small programs workshop at Garrett College in Western Maryland later this month.