Athletic Business Magazine catches up with NIRSA members to see how two schools are approaching integrated wellbeing efforts amid a global pandemic.
AB Magazine catches up with four NIRSA members to see how schools around the country are building community for the first fall term after the onset of a global pandemic and amidst the context of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Athletic Business Magazine catches up with three NIRSA members to see how schools around the country have introduced a variety of virtual wellness programming in an effort to keep campus communities together even when their members are apart.
See how the world of campus recreation has pivoted in the wake of COVID-19 with NIRSA members and explore the value proposition of the profession ahead of planned facility reopenings.
Athletic Business Magazine catches up with four NIRSA members to see how vendors and facilities can form unique and fruitful relationships that are beneficial to both the company and the campus.
In the April 2020 issue of Athletic Business Magazine, we catch up with three NIRSA members who emphasize the importance of continuous learning and ongoing professional development for their teams.
See why campus recreation professionals at all stages in their careers and students currently working in campus rec look forward to the profession’s largest dedicated learning and networking event.
Anita Moran of the Office of Moran Architects, Courtney Copp of the University of Arizona and Sarah Hardin of Depaul University reflect on three topics for campus rec professionals to consider heading into 2020: sustainability, risk management training, and space planning.
Marc Loomer of Matrix Fitness, Colleen McKenna of CannonDesign, and Rich Gray of PLAE share with AB Magazine what makes campus rec unique, how facilities have been evolving, advice about design, and emerging trends.
NIRSA members Jeremy Battjes of the University of Arkansas and Armand Buzzelli share with AB Magazine how programming and resources offered by campus rec departments are making positive and lasting impacts on students.