Dr. Micah Griffin shares research on how the organizational structure of wellbeing programs varies by institution size and scope to best support the dimensions of student wellness on campus.
Applications are now open for scholarships to the 2021 All Regions Virtual Conference and the 2022 NIRSA Annual Conference & Campus Rec and Wellness Expo in Portland; travel grant applications are also open.
We’re appealing to campus recreation professionals this July to join the NIRSA Hot 100, by becoming a recurring donor at $8.40/month. Your cool $100/year will make a huge splash on the future of the campus rec.
NIRSA, the NIRSA Foundation, and the NIRSA Services Corporation finalize 2021-2022 rosters for all three Boards of Directors with recent appointments.
We are pleased to announce that Suzette Smith is the recipient of the 2021 NIRSA Foundation Leadership Award!
Join us during the month of February for the NIRSA Foundation Virtual 5K! Run, walk, bike, swim, or just binge your favorite TV shows—all these activities can count towards your Virtual 5K experience.
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.
With unanimous support from the NIRSA Foundation Board of Directors, the leadership of NIRSA’s philanthropic arm of the association recently updated the name of its general fund to the Mission Advancement Fund.
The NIRSA Foundation is pleased to share that Foundation Scholarships have been relaunched to provide more opportunities for NIRSA members to attend the conference for a free or reduced rate. Apply today!
This #GivingTuesday, December 1, join the NIRSA Foundation Board in making a gift to the general fund.