Labor Expert and Law Professor Michael LeRoy Weighs In on the Current State of College Sports
Michael LeRoy is a self-described college sports fan. He attended the University of Illinois and the University of North Carolina Law School, before returning to Illinois as a law professor in 1986. He even served on the U of I athletic board for...
CTS Delivers New Level of Inclusivity to Competitive Swimming
Colorado Time Systems
Introducing the Championship Elite Start System — a gamechanger in the world of sporting events.
Scarsdale Superintendent: No Evidence of Racial Slurs at Basketball Game
Mere days after his athletic director had put his name to a joint statement denouncing racially charged comments made during a benefit girls' basketball game, the Scarsdale (N.Y.) Public Schools superintendent says no evidence of the alleged slurs exists.
Fundraising Friday: Seven-Figure Gifts to UCLA, UH Manoa and Kansas Gateway Project
Major gifts target the enhancement of student-athlete services at UCLA and the University of Hawaii at Manoa, while Kansas' stadium district gets biggest boost yet.
Athletic Directors: Racial Slurs Ended Charity Basketball Game Early
Athletic directors severing the East Ramapo and Scarsdale school districts in New York have issued a joint statement denouncing racially charged comments aimed at East Ramapo girls' basketball players during a charity game Saturday.
Safety & Security
Bills' Damar Hamlin Donates $100K Worth of AEDs to Nevada Schools
A year since NFL player Damar Hamlin's heart stopped mid-game, the recovered safety is partnering with organizations including the NFL to donate life-saving devices to dozens of high schools in Nevada. The initiaitive will cost about $100,000
NIRSA Founding HBCU Spotlight on Bethune-Cookman University
Located just west of the Halifax River and barely two miles away from the Main Street Pier of Daytona Beach in Daytona Beach, Fla., Bethune-Cookman University is a private HBCU that sits on an 85-acre urban campus. Lifelong educator and civil rights...
Empowering, Boxing-Based Concept Draws Female Entrepreneurs
Forget the gritty training montage from “Rocky.” The 2024 boxing workout that’s reaching the masses has been cleaned up and organized into a group X environment populated and managed by an increasing number of women, according to the growing franchise...
NIRSA Emphasizes Inclusion and Representation Heading Into 75th Year
On Feb. 22, 1950, Dr. William N. Wasson organized a meeting of 20 professionals from 11 Historically Black Colleges and Universities to discuss his findings in “A Comparative Study of Intramural Programs in Negro Colleges,” which was funded by...
Eastern Washington University Adds Therapy Dog to Athletic Training Staff
The Eastern Washington University athletic training staff has a new coworker — a one-and-a-half-year-old yellow Labrador, golden-retriever mix named Queso.
NIRSA Staff Goes Remote, Building Headquarters Sold
NIRSA staff is preparing to transition permanently to a fully remote team...
Arizona AD Heeke Being Replaced Amid Financial Crisis
University of Arizona president Robert C. Robbins announced Monday afternoon that the university is undertaking “a transition in the leadership of the department of athletics” and replacing athletic director Dave Heeke.
Wellbeing in the Rec Workplace: A Self-Assessment Tool
A strong culture of wellbeing in the workplace leads to greater personal wellness and work performance. The NIRSA Wellbeing Briefing Work Group invites you to use this table below as a guide to help you evaluate whether you are experiencing a culture...
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