The NIRSA Research &and Assessment Committee and the NIRSA Foundation are pleased to announce the opening of the 2017 Salary Census! For the first time, participation will take place via a web-based platform. Anyone who
On May 1, Montana will officially change its NIRSA regional affiliation and become a part of NIRSA Region VI. “We are thrilled that the NIRSA Board of Directors has honored our request to move to
Colleges and universities across North America are playing a leading role promoting health and wellbeing among their students and even into their communities. York University in Toronto, Ontario is having an impact on the fitness
The University of Manitoba Host Committee invites professionals and students to join us for the upcoming NIRSA Canadian Region Western Conference that will take place in Winnipeg on November 2-4, 2017.
The University of Manitoba Host Committee invites professionals and students to submit presentation proposals for the upcoming NIRSA Canadian Region Western Conference, November 2-4, 2017. The committee is seeking a wide variety of topics that will complement our theme, “Keeping Recreation Great!”. All topics relevant to recreation professionals and students working in […]
NIRSA owes its success to the leadership of volunteers who generously donate their time and use their experience in the collegiate recreation profession to support NIRSA members and direct NIRSA’s operations and services. Thanks to
Typically, the NIRSA membership votes annually in the winter, via electronic elections, to fill positions on the NIRSA Board of Directors and the Member Network as well as on any proposed amendments to NIRSA’s Bylaws.
In early February—after a vote by NIRSA membership—the NIRSA Board of Directors passed the resolution to formally establish Canada as a distinct region of NIRSA.
See related: “Canada is now a distinct part of NIRSA’s regional
NIRSA will hold elections in April for the open Canadian Member Network positions. The NIRSA Board of Directors recently announced the approval of an initial modification to the regional representative structure for the new Canadian