We all know a colleague who constantly goes above and beyond for their region and for NIRSA. Often, these colleagues’ accomplishments can be forgotten or taken for granted during our day-to-day routines because we get
Volunteer NIRSA leaders from the State of Montana have brought forth an official request for regional realignment, proposing to change their regional affiliation within NIRSA from Region V to Region VI.
Earlier this month, the NIRSA
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
Earlier this week, the NIRSA Board of Directors took the final step required by the Association’s Regional Composition Policy—which was approved by member vote in recent elections—and with the passing of a Board resolution they
With widespread approval—over 93%— NIRSA professional members passed the proposed amendments to the NIRSA Bylaws. With 30% of eligible voters participating, NIRSA’s 2017 elections successfully came to a close on January 30.
The approved amendments to
Coming to you from the heart of the University of New Hampshire’s campus recreation renovation project, I spend a few minutes reflecting on recent local NIRSA events and on upcoming opportunities to get involved with
The NIRSA Board of Directors
Like many professional associations, NIRSA uses a regional structure to facilitate engagement among members and potential members at a local, geographically convenient level. Throughout NIRSA’s history, the regional structures have been
By Heather Foster, Assistant Director of Member Services at Colorado State University-Fort Collins and Region V Representative on the NIRSA Member Network
As the school year kicks off and students eagerly return to our collegiate recreation