2018 NIRSA Annual Conference registration opens November 1

Every year, the NIRSA Annual Conference & Campus Rec and Wellness Expo brings over 3,000 NIRSA students, professionals, and associate member representatives together for the express purpose of advancing the profession. Attendees have the chance

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Emerging Rec Sports Leaders Conference 2018: make every connection matter

For the first time in over 10 years, the Emerging Recreational Sports Leaders Conference (ERSLC) will venture back to Miami to visit the campus of Florida International University, Biscayne Bay Campus on January 18–20, 2018.
With

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Earn continuing education units at the 2017 NIRSA Triventure

NIRSA is excited to announce that it has teamed up with other organizations to offer continuing education units (CEUs) at the 2017 NIRSA Triventure. Since the Triventure has three different education tracks, attendees have a

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Announcing the location of the 2018 Intramural Sports Institute

NIRSA is excited to announce that the 2018 NIRSA Intramural Sports Institute will take place June 20-22, in Brookfield, Wisconsin! Mark your calendars for this fantastic professional development event!
The 2018 NIRSA Intramural Sports Institute is

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Telling campus recreation’s story within student affairs

Last month, on behalf of NIRSA I had the opportunity to present at the NASPA Annual Conference in San Antonio, TX. With over 6,900 attendees, it is the largest gathering of student affairs professionals in

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Make the most out of National Nutrition Month this coming March

A version of this article first appeared on the fitDEGREE blog
Some people have the misconception that they can’t maintain a balanced diet during their undergraduate and graduate years. College is often the first time students

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Washington State University’s University Recreation on the way to achieving zero waste

By Steve Nakata, Washington State University’s Student Affairs
A version of this article first appeared on the WSU News website.
Washington State University’s Student Recreation Center in Pullman, Washington recently served up lunches and dinners for thousands

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