Read any good books lately? Share your comment below.

Dawn Sanner
executive director, campus recreation, Illinois State University

"I'm reading Wellbeing: The Five Essential Elements. As we define what health and wellness means on our campus, this is the one definition we are considering. We've recently gone through a shift of our organizational chart for student affairs, and a new health and wellness cluster was created that includes campus recreation, student health services, student counseling services, and health promotion and wellness. As we move toward a common mission for health and wellness, we are discussing models and definitions that will encompass all of our department missions."


Diane Dahlmann
executive director of MizzouRec services and facilities, University of Missouri

"I am reading Magnolia Journal, AB magazine, National Enquirer, The New York Times and Rossman & Schlatter's Recreation Programming: Designing Leisure Experiences. Yes, I do really read National Enquirer. It's mental crack for me."

 


Jane Bahneman
co-founder, Blue Nectar Yoga

"I am about to finish Option B by Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant. It is all about resilience. I think that we ALL have had, or will have, major personal and/or professional setbacks and surprises in life. The book has great research and stats, as well as stories from the heart."

 


Maureen McGonagle
director of campus recreation, DePaul University

"Currently reading Essentialism by Greg McKeown. Next book in the queue is Wonder Women: Sex, Power and the Quest for Perfection by Debora Spar. I also read The Chronicle of Higher Education and AB, of course."

 

 

 


This article originally appeared in the July | August issue of Athletic Business with the title "What’s on your 'summer reading' list?" Athletic Business is a free magazine for professionals in the athletic, fitness and recreation industry. Click here to subscribe.