May is Water Safety Month, and now, more than ever, our work to keep people safer in, near, and around water is so important.
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.
Whether you’re a student or a professional, you’re welcome to join the risk management conversation on October 23 at 3:00pm EST.
#RecChat is back and better than ever! NIRSA’s favorite hashtag #RecChat is taking public, meaningful conversations to new heights.
Over the past two years, the NIRSA Concussion Advisory Council has helped the Association reach a better understanding of its current state and needs as related to concussion education and management.
NIRSA members Curtis Sicheneder and Kendall Ross share their experience of navigating the destruction and far-reaching consequences of the Camp Fire and the role that collegiate recreation can play in the aftermath of disaster.
The NIRSA Concussion Advisory Council has been working to give colleagues some insight into various approaches to implementing concussion protocols.The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is pleased to share in the series.
The NIRSA Concussion Advisory Council has been working to give colleagues some insight into various approaches to implementing concussion protocols. Oklahoma State University is pleased to share in this series.
Return to play and return to learn protocols should be parts of your overall strategy related to concussion management.
The NIRSA Concussion Advisory Counsil takes a look at a few common categories of concussion products and some of the specific products available on the market.