Through March 19, 2021, registrants can access NIRSA’s Recreation Facilities Online Series presented by Mondo. Facilities professionals can earn up to 7.0 CEUs for attending the full series.
Panelists from four universities joined representatives from InnoSoft on December 3 for an honest and insightful discussion about using management software to navigate the foggy waters of our time.
The third and final webinar in the Talks with Tiffany: Maintaining Professionalism in the Midst of Black Mourning series, “Knowing Your Worth,” will take place Wednesday, February 3.
Register today to join us beginning February 1, for the 2021 Emerging Recreational Sports Leaders Conference when a mix of live and on-demand sessions will debut over the first three weeks in February.
The NIRSA Recreation Facilities Online Series presented by Mondo will offer sessions covering topics related to recreation facilities operations, management, and planning and design.
Join speakers from InnoSoft Canada as well as a panel of campus rec leaders on Thursday, December 3 at 11:00am PT for the roundtable discussion “Leveraging Flexible Technology to Support Everchanging COVID Requirements.”
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.
“Pushing the Agenda Forward,” the second webinar in the three part series Talks with Tiffany: Maintaining Professionalism in the Midst of Black Mourning, will take place Wednesday, December 2.
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.
Introducing a a three-part series with black female recreation directors discussing aspects of being a black woman in campus recreation, presented by Tiffany Lomax.