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  • Awareness to Inclusion to Advocacy, Your Next Steps

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 12/14/2021 at 11:00 AM (PST)

    What now? How do you actually bring inclusion to your school? Can you call yourself an ally? What are your next steps? Our final session will leave you with actionable steps on the personal, professional, and institutional level to get you closer to trans inclusion and be more gender equitable. Resources, including the NIRSA EDI Resource Guide, Campus Pride Sports Index, Campus Diversity Officers, National Governing Bodies for Sport, and programs & policies from NIRSA member institutions’ collegiate recreation programs, will be highlighted for staff training, program assessment, and policy development.

    What now? How do you actually bring inclusion to your school? Can you call yourself an ally? What are your next steps? Our final session will leave you with actionable steps on the personal, professional, and institutional level to get you closer to trans inclusion and be more gender equitable. Resources, including the NIRSA EDI Resource Guide, Campus Pride Sports Index, Campus Diversity Officers, National Governing Bodies for Sport, and programs & policies from NIRSA member institutions’ collegiate recreation programs, will be highlighted for staff training, program assessment, and policy development.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Attendees will be able to identify several actionable steps they can personally take to help further trans inclusion and gender equity.
    • Attendees will be able to identify several actionable steps their department can take to help further trans inclusion and gender equity.

    Competency Areas:

    Personal and Professional Qualities

    CEUs:

    1.0 NIRSA CEUs

     

  • Playing with Inclusion, Assessing the Crossroads of Gender & Sport

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 11/16/2021 at 11:00 AM (PST)

    In this session we will explore gender inclusion within higher education and collegiate recreation, paying particular attention to current legislative and policy actions occurring around eligibility, societal expectations around preserving and protecting girls and women in sport, and access to sport and recreation facilities and programs, including an overview of National Governing Body policies related to gender identity and trans inclusion.

    In this session we will explore gender inclusion within higher education and collegiate recreation, paying particular attention to current legislative and policy actions occurring around eligibility, societal expectations around preserving and protecting girls and women in sport, and access to sport and recreation facilities and programs, including an overview of National Governing Body policies related to gender identity and trans inclusion.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Attendees will be able to understand the recent legislative and political actions related to transgender eligibility in sport, as well as the impact of these actions in the higher education space.
    • Attendees will be able to articulate how sociocultural gender expectations have informed and influenced current legislative and political actions.
    • Attendees will gain an overview of how several National Governing Bodies have been responding to this legislation.

    Competency Areas:

    Personal and Professional Qualities

    Programming

    CEUs:

    1.5 NIRSA CEUs

     

  • Gender & Trans Inclusion in Collegiate Recreation Series Package

    Contains 8 Component(s) Includes Multiple Live Events. The next is on 11/16/2021 at 11:00 AM (PST) Recorded On: 09/24/2021

    Purchase this package that includes all four sessions to get 20% off! Join NIRSA in a four-part webinar series that dives into Gender Identity & Trans Inclusion in Collegiate Recreation. Each session has been informationally curated to meet the needs of any audience member; whether you are well versed in gender identity, identify within the queer and trans community, or are simply seeking some support in understanding gender identity, this series is for you. You are encouraged to engage with all four sessions; however, each session has their own learning objectives and can stand alone. When you purchase this bundle, you'll get access to “Gender 101 & the Trans Experience”, “Navigating Trans Inclusion: Exploring Common Ground” , “Playing with Inclusion, Assessing the Crossroads of Gender & Sport”, and “Awareness to Inclusion to Advocacy, Your Next Steps” !

    Purchase this bundle that includes all four sessions to get 20% off!

    Join NIRSA in a four-part webinar series that dives into Gender Identity & Trans Inclusion in Collegiate Recreation. Each session has been informationally curated to meet the needs of any audience member; whether you are well versed in gender identity, identify within the queer and trans community, or are simply seeking some support in understanding gender identity, this series is for you. You are encouraged to engage with all four sessions; however, each session has their own learning objectives and can stand alone. 

    When you purchase this bundle, you'll get access to “Gender 101 & the Trans Experience”, “Navigating Trans Inclusion:  Exploring Common Ground” , “Playing with Inclusion, Assessing the Crossroads of Gender & Sport”, and “Awareness to Inclusion to Advocacy, Your Next Steps” !

  • Campus Recreation Essentials: Competencies for Student Employees

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Designed to augment the NIRSA Core Competencies through a Student Development lens, Campus Recreation Essentials: Competencies for Student Employees provides a list of fundamental attributes required of all student employees shared across all functional areas. Students can use this document for self-evaluation towards mastery, while supervisors can utilize it to evaluate, coach and mentor employees. The document contains a list of competencies with definitions and behaviors that illustrate mastery of each competency, as well as a self-assessment tool.

    Designed to augment the NIRSA Core Competencies through a Student Development lens, Campus Recreation Essentials: Competencies for Student Employees provides a list of fundamental attributes required of all student employees shared across all functional areas. Students can use this document for self-evaluation towards mastery, while supervisors can utilize it to evaluate, coach and mentor employees. The document contains a list of competencies with definitions and behaviors that illustrate mastery of each competency, as well as a self-assessment tool.

  • Seeking Common Ground: Welcoming/Accommodating Religion and Gender Identity Differences in Collegiate Recreation Programs

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    Session 2 is a 60 minute panel exploring finding common ground, particularly around the intersection of faith and transgender and non-binary inclusion in college recreation programs .The Common Ground initiative sponsored by the NCAA will be introduced, and the panel will focus on how the model could be utilized in collegiate recreation, lessons learned, and salient topics that have helped folks lean into a brave space to engage in conversation around opportunities and challenges in finding common ground and supporting all students and colleagues of various gender identities, religions and sexual orientations.

    Session 2 is a 60 minute panel exploring finding common ground, particularly around the intersection of faith and transgender and non-binary inclusion in college recreation programs .The Common Ground initiative sponsored by the NCAA will be introduced, and the panel will focus on how the model could be utilized in collegiate recreation, lessons learned, and salient topics that have helped folks lean into a brave space to engage in conversation around opportunities and challenges in finding common ground and supporting all students and colleagues of various gender identities, religions and sexual orientations.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Attendees will be able to understand some of the opportunities and challenges in supporting all students and colleagues of various gender identities.
    • Attendees will recognize how the NCAA Common Ground framework can be applied in student affairs-based settings.

    Competency Areas:

    Personal and Professional Qualities

    CEUs:

    1.0 NIRSA CEUs

     

    Pat Griffin

    Professor Emerita

    University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Common Ground Leadership Team

    Helen Carroll

    Retired, Former Athletic Director & National Center for Lesbian Rights Sports Project Director

    Common Ground Leadership Team

    Liz Darger

    Senior Associate Athletic Director

    BYU, Common Ground Leadership Team

    Skip Lord

    National Director of Athletic Engagement, former Athletic Director

    Houghton College, Common Ground Leadership Team

    Mark Williams

    Director of Recreation

    University of Notre Dame

    Tori Landron

    Assistant Director of Sport Programs

    Northern Kentucky University

    Laura Steed

    Executive Director and Community Leader at L'Arche North Carolina, Former Chaplain

    Pacific University

  • Campus Recreation Essentials: Professional Competencies for Student Staff Development

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    This list of competencies is intended to be used by full-time professionals and graduate students that may share in student supervision responsibilities. Designed to augment the NIRSA Core Competencies through a Student Development lens, the competencies provide a measurable collection of knowledge, skills, abilities, and other behaviors that can be used for self-evaluation, guiding professional development involvement, assessing performance, and candidate evaluation. The document contains a list of competencies with definitions and behaviors that illustrate mastery of each competency, as well as a self-assessment tool.

    This list of competencies is intended to be used by full-time professionals and graduate students that may share in student supervision responsibilities. Designed to augment the NIRSA Core Competencies through a Student Development lens, the competencies provide a measurable collection of knowledge, skills, abilities, and other behaviors that can be used for self-evaluation, guiding professional development involvement, assessing performance, and candidate evaluation. The document contains a list of competencies with definitions and behaviors that illustrate mastery of each competency, as well as a self-assessment tool.

  • NIRSA President Town Hall--October 2021

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/07/2021

    NIRSA President, Cara Lucia, PhD, and other members of the NIRSA Board of Directors hosted a virtual town hall event and answered questions and gave updates about the Association, specifically around NIRSA’s strategic plan and ongoing strategic priority work. This virtual town hall was a great chance to learn more about NIRSA efforts around inclusive excellence, health and wellbeing, and reimagined learning and networking opportunities. NIRSA’s financial health was also discussed.

    NIRSA President, Cara Lucia, PhD, and other members of the NIRSA Board of Directors hosted a virtual town hall event and answered questions and gave updates about the Association, specifically around NIRSA’s strategic plan and ongoing strategic priority work.

    This virtual town hall was a great chance to learn more about NIRSA efforts around inclusive excellence, health and wellbeing, and reimagined learning and networking opportunities. NIRSA’s financial health was also discussed.

    Cara Lucia, PhD

    NIRSA President; Associate Professor

    Elon University

    Mila Padgett

    NIRSA President Designee; Director, Campus Recreation and Wellness

    University of South Carolina Aiken

    Wendy Windsor, EdD, CRSS

    NIRSA President Elect; Director, Campus Recreation

    Tulane University

    I am currently the Director of Campus Recreation at Tulane University where I provide leadership and oversight to all aspects of our recreations and wellness programs.  Prior to Tulane, I held positions at UCLA, LSU, MTSU, and Texas A&M University-Kingsville.  Being a former athlete, my passion is sports as I am a huge supporter of women's intercollegiate athletics.

    I enjoy all sorts of recreation activities including golf and hiking. I am also a passionate Samples baseball fan!

    Education Background
    Psychology, B.A., Clemson University
    Health & Human Performance, M.Ed   Auburn University
    Sport Management,  Ed.D, United States Sports Academy  

    Derek Hottell, Ph.D

    NIRSA At Large Director; Coordinator of Accreditation

    University of Louisville

    Pam Watts

    Executive Director

    NIRSA Headquarters

  • How POWERFUL is your Indoor Cycling Program?

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/05/2021

    Indoor cycling bikes are becoming more advanced, and programming is evolving to keep up with technology. Indoor cycling as a group or on your own is more popular then ever. Are your instructors maximizing the tools in front of them, is there dynamic variety in your programming?

    Indoor cycling bikes are becoming more advanced, and programming is evolving to keep up with technology. Indoor cycling as a group or on your own is more popular then ever.  Are your instructors maximizing the tools in front of them, is there dynamic variety in your programming?  Every indoor cycling brand has a console on their bike and every console displays watts (power) as a metric of how much work is being performed. 

    Learning Objectives:

    Attendees will be able to:

    1. Describe indoor cycling trends

    2. Apply the ecosystem approach to an indoor cycling program

    3. Elevate the interactive digital gaming experience with ICG Connect

    Competency Domains:

    Programming

    Presented by Mike Michels, Life Fitness ICG Development Manager; Steven Trotter, MS, Associate Director of Wellness & Fitness, East Carolina University

    Mike

    Michels

    Life Fitness ICG Development Manager

  • Champ Series Social Justice Task Force: Stakeholder Conversation

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/05/2021

    The conversation is aimed to help people understand the goal of the NIRSA Championship Series Social Justice Task Force and to inform stakeholders, regardless of where they are in their journey, of how they can positively impact NIRSA and the Championship Series through volunteerism with a social justice lens.

    The conversation is aimed to help people understand the goal of the NIRSA Championship Series Social Justice Task Force and to inform stakeholders, regardless of where they are in their journey, of how they can positively impact NIRSA and the Championship Series through volunteerism with a social justice lens.

  • Small Program Solutions: Reengaging Participants

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/01/2021

    Programs large and small have been trying to figure out what's the best way to re-engage with students ass they look for a return to normalcy. In this recorded discussion, NIRSA's Small Programs Committee discusses reorienting participants.

    Programs large and small have been trying to figure out what's the best way to re-engage with students ass they look  for a return to normalcy.  In this recorded discussion, NIRSA's Small Programs Committee discusses reorienting participants.

    hosted by Dean Bowen, Assistant Director, Fitness Center Manager at Worcester State University & NIRSA's Small Programs Committee