Paul Milton has a copy of every single issue ever published of the Recreational Sports Journal (RSJ). Call it historian’s intuition (Paul got his BA in history from UC Davis), but he had a feeling
Created and run by a few of campus rec’s finest, this unique podcast began as a way to create a space where genuine conversations about recreation can be held. Mixing relevant topics with research-proven discussion,
With deep sadness, NIRSA shares the news that NIRSA Past President and Honor Award recipient Edsel Buchanan, aged 90, passed away on Saturday, September 29 after a lengthy battle with Alzheimer’s.
See related: “Buchanan, H. Edsel,
My fellow NIRSA Concussion Advisory Council members Jason Linsenmeyer, Assistant Director of Recreation Programs at Oklahoma State University, and Larry Mellinger, Director of Campus Recreation & Wellness at Elon University, recently shared information about the
Coordinators are on the front lines of campus recreation departments across North America; those individuals who develop programs or champion campus initiatives know it can be tricky not to get stuck in a rut. But
Many people outside of the profession are often surprised to discover the depth and breadth of the work that NIRSA members are leading on campuses across North America and beyond. The University of Michigan’s Adventure
Region I Merit Award Winner
Earl Cabellon, University of Maryland, College Park
Congratulations to Earl Cabellon for winning the Region I Award of Merit at the 2018 NIRSA Annual Conference & Campus Rec and Wellness Expo!
Please be sure to congratulate Earl and our other Region I Award Winners:
Outstanding Sports Facility Awards:
- Hamel Student Recreation Center […]
One of the most exciting trends in collegiate recreation right now is the integration of wellbeing across campuses. It’s especially interesting to track the movement of rec professionals taking their experience in the profession into
Batman and Robin, Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson, peanut butter and jelly, Hall and Oates. Those are just some of the pairings mentioned when people are asked to name a famous duo. …well, maybe not