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.
With recent shifts towards almost exclusive virtual programming, administration, and communication, it’s clear that our understanding and adaptation within the virtual world must keep up.
NIRSA continues to provide value for members and to innovate and impact the industry by seeking skilled and diverse leaders committed to advancing our vision of inspiring the development of healthy people and healthy communities.
Wherever you are in your collegiate recreation profession—whether you’re a seasoned veteran, a student, or somewhere in between—please consider applying for a position on the NIRSA Assembly! The application deadline is April 28.
The idea of female leadership might seem novel in a still male-dominated society, so how do four female NIRSA leaders view leadership?
Summary results from the NIRSA Health and Wellbeing Task Force's survey “The State of Wellbeing in Collegiate Recreation” are now available.
Join NIRSA President Leah Hall Dorothy as she leads a virtual roundtable focused specifically on COVID-19 preparedness efforts and considerations for campus recreation departments.
Every year on #BellLetsTalk Day, Bell donates five cents ($0.05) towards Canadian mental health initiatives for every interaction that takes place with the #BellLetsTalk hashtag; this year more than $7.5 million was raised.
While the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans were updated recently, the Physical Activities Recommendations for Americans Act emphasizes keeping those guidelines up to date, as well as understandable and useful for all.