Congratulations to Dianna Clauss, Director of Recreation and Programs at Rider University, for being awarded one of NIRSA’s 2018 research grants.

“Dianna Clauss’ project seeks to explore the impact of a comprehensive student health and wellbeing education program on the retention rate of residential first-year students. Results will inform professionals in campus recreation about the value of holistic wellbeing education on student outcomes and the efficacy of using an integrated approach (i.e., a digital learning platform coupled with relevant in-person instruction and discussion) to deliver such an educational program.” For the full story, click HERE!