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
Dr. Rodney J. Grambeau passed away peacefully with family by his side on Wednesday, August 22, 2018, just ten days shy of what would have been his 98th birthday.
See related: Rodney J. Grambeau Sr. 1920-2018
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For higher education professionals, this is usually the most optimistic and exciting time of year. We prepare to welcome new and returning students and staff. We begin to onboard and train new teams of staff
NIRSA colleagues—it is with mixed emotions that I write my last contribution to the NIRSA President’s Notes leadership blog. Serving our Association these past three years on the presidential track of the NIRSA Board of
Hello NIRSA colleagues. Coming to you from the base of our new bouldering wall in the University of New Hampshire’s recently renovated Hamel Student Recreation Center, I take a few minutes to share some of
Coming to you from the University of New Hampshire’s newly renovated Hamel Student Recreation Center, above an alumni dinner for more than 650 people, I take a few minutes to share what I am looking
Welcome to 2017 NIRSA colleagues!
Join me in the University of New Hampshire’s newly renovated Hamel Student Recreation Center for a few minutes this month as I reflect on 2016 and look ahead to a new
Coming to you from the newly expanded Hamel Recreation Center on the beautiful University of New Hampshire campus, I spend a few minutes this month talking about the online and local professional development opportunities that
By William Trent, Graduate Assistant for Marketing & Social Media at James Madison University
“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” –Eleanor Roosevelt, American politician, diplomat, and activist
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