NIRSA members Jeremy Battjes of the University of Arkansas and Armand Buzzelli share with AB Magazine how programming and resources offered by campus rec departments are making positive and lasting impacts on students.
Eligible students are invited to submit an article before October 18 based on their experience working for their institution's rec department. One student will win an all-expenses-paid trip to NIRSA 2020.
How can we best meet the needs of our student staff? Lindsay Brookey of North Carolina – Chapel Hill explores successful ways she has focused the experiences of her student staff on development and retention.
NIRSA associate member ZOOOM App and an anonymous donor have partnered with the NIRSA Foundation for the second year in a row to support the Student Officials Development Campaign with a match challenge.
NIRSA has long been a staple in my life. When my mentor Suzi Smith reached out about the NIRSA Foundation Legacy Society, I thought, "What a great opportunity to give back!"
Each new school year brings new energy, new people, new problems, and hopefully lots of new ideas. An ability to see a bigger picture can be motivating and offer an object of focus and a source of energy.
As part the Association’s ongoing partnership with Special Olympics, four NIRSA student officials were selected to take part in officiating Flag Football at the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games.
An anonymous donor has generously offered an additional match to the ZOOOM App Student Officials Development Campaign Match Challenge of up to $1,000 for donations made through April 25.
The University of Michigan’s Adventure Leadership Program is one of those eye-opening examples of innovative approaches to developing leadership capacity through interaction with campus recreation.
Between January 3 and April 25, ZOOOM will match up to $2,000 in gifts made to the Student Officials Development Campaign, one of the NIRSA Foundation’s four fields of interest.