As a follow-up to the last "Message from NIRSA," NIRSA president David Davenport and NIRSA Executive Director Pam Watts share their perspectives on ongoing, systemic racism and NIRSA's action steps.
Over the past several days, outrage and anger and sadness poured out into the streets across the U.S. NIRSA will continue to champion equity, diversity, and inclusion as crucial to healthy people and healthy communities.
Serving as a leader for NIRSA means expanding your view past the here and now to continue the long-term viability and legacy of our profession’s association.
NIRSA President Leah Hall Dorothy reminds us to "take time this autumn to reflect on what you are thankful for and consider ways that you can share your time, talent, treasure, and thanks heading into 2020."
With more than 18 million students flocking to college campuses across the United States alone this year, it makes for an exciting time of new beginnings and fresh starts.
NIRSA President Leah Hall Dorothy saw firsthand the Member Network and Student Leadership Team at work; these volunteers are critical to advancing a NIRSA Strategic Plan that is firmly grounded in our Association's value proposition.
NIRSA President Leah Hall Dorthy explores what NIRSA members are doing, as an association of professionals, to evolve collegiate recreation to meet the needs of emerging professionals.
What does it mean to you to be a higher education professional? Connect with incoming NIRSA President Leah Hall Dorothy and start a conversation.
"This has been an awesome (and fast) year of learning, leading, and moving our great association forward," says 2018-2019 NIRSA President Ken Morton as he reflects on his term on the NIRSA Board of Directors.
The NIRSA Annual Conference for 2019 is over and it’s time to get back to doing what we do day in and day out: supporting a health and wellbeing revolution by serving our students and campus communities.