“Sometimes the slightest things change the directions of our lives, the merest breath of a circumstance, a random moment that connects like a meteorite striking the earth. Lives have swiveled and changed direction on the
I am excited to welcome all my campus recreation colleagues back to school. If you’re on the semester system, you are probably already in the swing of things; those of us at schools on the
“Work is love made visible.” –Kahlil Gibran
Man, it’s a hot one. Like seven inches from the midday sun. However, despite some record-breaking heat, if I could describe how summer is going overall, I would answer
I’ve been thinking a lot about the importance of communication. I was fortunate to recently take part in the Member Network Summer Meeting in Phoenix and observed the strength of our governance model in action. Seeing
In mid-June, the Member Network took off to Phoenix, Arizona to check out the site of the 2020 NIRSA Annual Conference. After what was the craziest travel of my life, I got to spend five
“No one can whistle a symphony. It takes a whole orchestra to play it.” –H.E. Luccock
My beginnings in campus rec
I began my journey with the NIRSA Championship Series long before it was ever called such.
What are we doing, as an association of professionals, to evolve collegiate recreation to meet the needs of emerging professionals? The next generation of professionals—millennials—are the future of our historic organization and Gen Z is
What does it mean to you to be a higher education professional? From your lens, what’s your vision for NIRSA’s role in supporting your work to advance and impact student success on your campus?
Congratulations! Fellow NIRSA Students, we did it! We made it through another semester of long days and long nights, trying to achieve success and find balance in our academic, personal, and professional lives. Amidst the
“My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.” – Maya Angelou
As I re-read the quote I used