Developing and maintaining strong partnerships both on and off campus are essential for your department's support for the safety of its program participants.
The Active Minds Healthy Campus Award recognizes and celebrates U.S. colleges and universities that are promoting student mental health and creating a campus culture of wellbeing.
The free webinar “Employee Well-Being: Collaborative Partnerships Between Campus Recreation, Wellness and Human Resources” is scheduled for April 26, 1:00-2:00 pm ET.
The 2018 NIRSA Annual Conference is proud to feature a standalone general session panel entitled “Building a Culture of Health & Wellbeing: Moving from Vision to Action” on Monday, March 5 from 3:30pm-4:30pm.
The annual NASPA Strategies Conference added a fourth track devoted to Wellbeing and Health Promotion and Leadership. Given the important role campus recreation plays in this work, it’s not surprising NIRSA was represented.
NIRSA has teamed-up with the marketing agency Riddle & Bloom (R&B) to expand opportunities for NIRSA member schools to activate students around recreation and wellness initiatives or products.
The Where Respect Happens campaign hopes to remind us all of the importance of respect in civil society and on all of our campuses.
On behalf of NIRSA, David Hall, Director of Campus Recreation at Springfield College, had the opportunity to present at the NASPA Annual Conference, an important stage for campus recreation to tell its story.
Do you want to spark innovation and create a unique learning and networking experience with your target outdoor recreation and education audience? The AORE 2017 call for proposals is open now through Friday, March 31.
The American Red Cross is now offering significant discounts to NIRSA members on certification courses and eligible retail products.