Whew! The NIRSA Annual Conference for 2019 is over and it’s time to get back to doing what we do day in and day out: supporting a health and wellbeing revolution by serving our students
This issue of NIRSA Student Leader’s Notes is the final installment of the anthology of student leadership lessons that I began back in July. I hope that through sharing the stories of our Regional Student
This issue of the Student Leader Notes will highlight Canada Student Leader Zack Sephton. Zack is the energizer on our team; he hypes us up and always keeps our spirits high. The strategic thinking and
Living in a world that is wrought with the idea that your behavior has to be approved by others innately creates issues with self-esteem, confidence, and self-efficacy. Just thinking about the day to day staples
GRAT•I•TUDE n.: a feeling or expression of being thankful; to appreciate what one has.
Maybe it’s the Thanksgiving holiday and maybe because it’s NIRSA Awards season, but I find the fall a great time each year
In this installment of Student Leader Notes, I am highlighting Region V students and our Region V Student Leader, DeVanee Lasley. She currently serves as the Graduate Assistant for Development and Special Events at the
Two of the biggest buzzwords in higher education are resilience and grit. Since about 80% of collegiate recreation programs fall under the umbrella of student affairs and with NIRSA and NASPA partnering together on a
“Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end.” —Seneca (also lyrics from the Semisonic anthem “Closing Time”)
For many of us, the semester is starting up again, and students are arriving back on campus or
In my previous entry in the NIRSA Student Leader’s Notes series, I began a series of student leadership reflections based on quotes selected by the regional student leaders on the Student Leadership Team.
See related: “Revitalizing
Whew! It is hot outside! I hope you all are doing your best to stay hydrated and cool during this intense heat over much of the country. For you lucky folks not affected by it,