Last week, NIRSA Executive Director Pam Watts participated in the panel discussion “Rethinking the ROI of Youth Sports” as part of the Aspen Institute’s 2020 Project Play Summit.
Project Play will host a session at the 2020 Summit that explores where the trends in varsity, club, and intramural sports are headed and how colleges can help advance values of health and inclusion.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 NIRSA Intramural & Sport Club Institute has been rescheduled for June 29–July 1, 2021. The event will still take place at the University of Vermont.
Don’t forget that Wednesday, March 4 is the deadline to submit your presentation proposal for the 2020 NIRSA Intramural & Sport Club Institute!
NIRSA has a great line up of live, in-person learning events that will help you expand your knowledge, apply new skills, create fun memories, and grow your professional network! Mark your calendars!
The 2020 NIRSA Intramural & Sport Club Institute is going to be the place to be for any dedicated intramural or sport club professional! Registration is now open!
Submit a presenation proposal for the 2020 NIRSA Intramural & Sport Club Institute by the March 4 deadline! Support this inaugural event by submitting presentation proposals about intramural programming, sport clubs, and middle-management training.
NIRSA is excited to announce that the 2020 NIRSA Intramural & Sport Club Institute will be held on the campus of the University of Vermont from July 7–9!
This past April, Adam Shanley, Drexel University’s Club Sport Coordinator, had the opportunity to travel with the Drexel Club Sailing team to Les Sables- d’Olonne, France to compete in the 51st Annual EDHEC Sailing Cup.
The best way to combat the insurance industry’s fear of huge losses from class-action lawsuits is to demonstrate how your university is taking reasonable steps to reduce concussions and effectively respond to potential concussions when they happen.