Campus Drug Prevention, an educational arm of the United State Government’s Drug Enforcement Administration, is gearing up for Red Ribbon Week—the nation’s oldest and largest drug prevention awareness program.
Since the 2017 inaugural NASPA-LAC conference in Bogota, Colombia, NIRSA has maintained relationships with colleagues in Latin America and—as a result—has brought additional learning opportunities to our membership.
In response to member interest, NIRSA is offering a limited time opportunity to purchase a hardcopy, printed version of Equity, Diversity & Inclusion: A resource guide for Leaders in Collegiate Recreation.
NIRSA’s Health & Wellbeing Task Force survey is now live! Help shape NIRSA’s work in health and wellbeing.
The NIRSA Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Commission updated its resource guide to now include robust references section; NIRSA is offering a limited-time opportunity to purchase a printed version of the resource.
NIRSA’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Commission has done excellent work to provide resources to NIRSA members and help move the needle forward on this important value area within our profession.
Recently, a group of thought leaders gathered for a second research summit to continue conversations around the research-focused call to action in the Health and Wellbeing in Higher Education: A Commitment to Student Success.
Contribute to the Association’s future direction and work in wellbeing by participating in NIRSA's wellbeing survey; it opens in early July.
Brian Luu, Assistant Director, UC Davis Campus Recreation–Living Well Unit explains why "fitness instructors are no longer just fitness instructors. They are ambassadors of wellness."
NIRSA President Leah Hall Dorthy explores what NIRSA members are doing, as an association of professionals, to evolve collegiate recreation to meet the needs of emerging professionals.