Athletic Business and NIRSA are committed to empowering the future generation of campus recreation professionals! To that end, we’re looking for undergraduate students working in campus rec—with an anticipated graduation date between December 2020 and
When it comes to best recruiting, developing, and ultimately retaining student staff, campus recreation professionals should be aware that each generation of students offers new and diverse challenges. In the fitness industry, we place immense
On November 13–15, 2019, the Association of Outdoor Recreation and Education (AORE) and the Association of Experiential Education (AEE) will welcome nearly 1,200 people to Spokane, WA for the AORE-AEE Joint Conference. Thanks to our combined resources
In the June 2019 issue of Athletic Business Magazine, writer Michael Popke explores how campus recreation professionals are stepping up their recognition and treatment of concussions in hopes of improving overall participant wellbeing.
NIRSA members Lexi Chaput, Senior Assistant
Walk onto any college campus and you are likely to find a recreation center that features a wellness program offering an array of activities including group fitness classes. While some campuses primarily hire contract staff,
A little more than one year ago, NIRSA and NASPA Boards of Directors endorsed Health and Wellbeing in Higher Education: A Commitment to Student Success.
See related: “NIRSA and NASPA Boards of Directors endorse joint
In the May 2019 issue of Athletic Business Magazine, writer Michael Popke explores how campus recreation departments are taking on new challenges with esports programming.
NIRSA members Laura Klein, Director of Rec Sports at the University of North Texas
×Update, May 22: The UC Davis Activities and Recreation Center was recently named as a 2019 recipient of the Thong Hy Huynh Award -Excellence in Community Involvement award by the City of Davis, recognizing significant
A version of this article first appeared on the Technogym website.
Sport is never just a matter of muscles, endurance, and technique; on the contrary, the psychological component linked to concentration and stress management undoubtedly plays
In the April 2019 issue of Athletic Business Magazine, writer Michael Popke discusses how campus recreation professionals are making great strides toward integrating wellbeing across multiple campus programs and services.
NIRSA members Suzanne McDonald, Assistant Director of Physical Activity