NIRSA members now have access to “Benefits of campus recreation: Results of the 2011-2016 Recreation and Wellness Benchmark,” a resource intended to enhance the understanding of campus recreation participation, among other things, in college students.
The NIRSA Assembly, a forward-thinking leadership group, has focused discussion on the changing demographics and enrollment shifts expected to occur across the nation over the next decade.
The NIRSA Research & Assessment Committee is pleased to announce that the NIRSA Institutional Data Set (IDS) is now open for data collection!
The NIRSA Foundation has confirmed the appointment of Dr. Robert Barcelona, Chair of the Department of Recreation Management and Policy at the University of New Hampshire, as the new Editor-in-Chief of the Recreational Sports Journal.
NIRSA’s Institutional Data Set (IDS), the benchmarking resource for professional members, is scheduled to close so a robust set of upgrades and revisions can be completed. The IDS will reopen in May.
The NIRSA Research & Assessment Committee is currently accepting proposals for 2019 NIRSA Research Grants. Proposed research should align with the NIRSA Research Agenda and the NIRSA 2018-2021 Strategic Plan.
Boston in February may have been chilly, but the NIRSA family arrived at NIRSA 2019 with warm hearts, open minds, and generous spirits.
Join representatives from NIRSA, NASPA, and ACHA at NIRSA 2019 to discuss how the associations are taking action on this important aspect of the Health and Wellbeing in Higher Education: A Commitment to Student Success.
New report Campus Recreation and Leadership Development: Pathways for Student and Community Transformation will enhance the campus rec professional’s understanding of how to positively influence leadership development in students.
A lot of factors go into making a scholarly journal a premier publication. Paul Milton has made huge contributions to the Recreational Sports Journal.