First released to members in the summer of 2017, “How to Manage and Guide Civil Discourse in Collegiate Recreation” has recently been updated by NIRSA.
The NIRSA Assembly is excited to share a virtual panel titled “Gen Z: Re-Shaping Higher Education and Its Impact on Collegiate Rec” as part of the NIRSA Summer of Learning, presented by Life Fitness.
As we welcome the newly appointed members of the Assembly, the Association would like to express gratitude to those individuals whose terms are ending.
The 2019–2020 NIRSA Assembly is excited to announce the creation of a resource page addressing social issues facing higher education.
With recent shifts towards almost exclusive virtual programming, administration, and communication, it’s clear that our understanding and adaptation within the virtual world must keep up.
Wherever you are in your collegiate recreation profession—whether you’re a seasoned veteran, a student, or somewhere in between—please consider applying for a position on the NIRSA Assembly! The application deadline is April 28.
The NIRSA Assembly is excited to share the panel “Gen Z: Re-Shaping Higher Education and Its Impact on Collegiate Rec” at NIRSA 2020.
The NIRSA Assembly has been tasked with thinking critically about how we, as collegiate recreation professionals, can leverage technology and the virtual world to better serve our populations’ wellbeing.
NIRSA’s professional members and the NIRSA Student Leadership Team will have the opportunity to vote on proposed changes to the NIRSA Bylaws during the 2020 NIRSA Elections taking place January 16–29.
The NIRSA Assembly is currently looking at the implications of current social issues and the impacts they have on campus recreation. Please complete an anonymous short survey to help the Assembly better guide its research.