In December, NIRSA, NASPA, and ACHA invited seventeen thought leaders to participate in a research summit on wellbeing at NASPA’s Washington DC headquarters. The goal of that meeting was to begin conversations around the research-focused
NIRSA members now have access to a resource intended to enhance the understanding of campus recreation participation, academic success, and health and wellness in college students. The report, authored by Kerri Vasold, PhD, Samantha Deere,
A little more than one year ago, NIRSA and NASPA Boards of Directors endorsed Health and Wellbeing in Higher Education: A Commitment to Student Success.
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Thought leaders from NIRSA, NASPA, and ACHA met in Washington, DC this past December to participate in a research summit on wellbeing.
See related: “NIRSA, NASPA, and ACHA hosted joint research summit on wellbeing”
With the second edition release of the Health and Wellbeing in Higher Education: A Commitment to Student Success was released this past September one of its calls to action centered on research frameworks. This call
As you may have heard announced during one of the many sessions focused on integrated wellbeing at the 2018 NIRSA Annual Conference in Denver, both NIRSA and NASPA’s Boards of Directors recently endorsed a joint
The need to address student and employee wellbeing continues to grow on campuses across North America. Within this complex and nuanced space, one thing is certain—integrated approaches, fostered out of partnership and multipronged methods, result
From the time they step on campus, today’s college and university students are increasingly focused on what comes next. As concerns about employability dominate campus dialogue, employers have also made it clear—in avenues from Forbes