Whether you possess a broad, working knowledge of the profession, strategic expertise, or a passion for current and relevant topics related to collegiate recreation, you’re encouraged to apply!
At NIRSA 2018, the NIRSA Assemly will be hosting an interactive panel focused on some changing demographics we see among today's students.
The NIRSA Assembly—a diverse body of volunteers who serve as the profession's think tank—has compiled a list of resources that can be used to reflect on and facilitate civil discourse on campuses.
The 2017–20178 NIRSA Assembly roster has been finalized and approved by the NIRSA Board of Directors, and members will serve from July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018.
The NIRSA Assembly has recently launched a Facebook group to share ideas and hot topics impacting the collegiate recreation profession—topics like civil discourse. Join the group to discover resources, comment, or share with others.
If you want to be a catalyst for action, generate results, and vet ideas in a highly-participatory think tank, consider applying to serve on the NIRSA Assembly!
The NIRSA Assembly, the think-tank of the profession, addresses the role of campus rec in supporting civil discourse and civic engagement.
The NIRSA Assembly, a leadership group made up of NIRSA professional and student members as well as non-NIRSA members, is focused on the future of collegiate recreation in “big picture” terms.
By Amanda Adams
If you want to be a catalyst for action, generate results, and vet ideas in a highly-participatory think tank, consider submitting an application to serve on the NIRSA Assembly! The Assembly is the leadership body of NIRSA that focuses on the dynamic and long-term needs of the collegiate recreation profession.
By Kristal Fehring
The NIRSA Assembly serves as the Association’s “think-tank”—it’s focused on the growth and future of collegiate recreation. As 2014-2015 Assembly member Stephanne Musser, Assistant Director Fitness Services at The Ohio State University, says, the focus is “on the potential issues surrounding our profession.” Assembly members enjoy vetting new ideas, developing leaders, and really […]