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  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/11/2022

    Student health and wellness issues have become priorities for higher education administrators, faculty, and staff. As professionals, we are called to move away from reactive and siloed programming and instead focus on proactive, collaborative initiatives for our campus communities. The purpose of this program is to present an overview of how both Ohio State University and the University of Kentucky worked collaboratively utilizing the theoretical underpinnings of health promotion and mental health outreach, effective coalition building, as well as, strategic planning to create a campus-wide approach and partnership to address student well-being. This presentation will highlight the importance of collaborative partnerships between campus partners ranging from academic departments to student affairs. The presenters will briefly describe the process used to onboard unsuspecting campus partnerships that were essential to meet student well-being needs and provide foundational support for multiple campus-wide wellbeing initiatives. In addition to discussing challenges and lessons learned on the two individual campuses, presenters will introduce how their partnership across state lines has helped them continue to sustain and grow in coordinating and enhancing student wellbeing.​

    Student health and wellness issues have become priorities for higher education administrators, faculty, and staff. As professionals, we are called to move away from reactive and siloed programming and instead focus on proactive, collaborative initiatives for our campus communities. The purpose of this program is to present an overview of how both Ohio State University and the University of Kentucky worked collaboratively utilizing the theoretical underpinnings of health promotion and mental health outreach, effective coalition building, as well as, strategic planning to create a campus-wide approach and partnership to address student well-being. 

    This presentation will highlight the importance of collaborative partnerships between campus partners ranging from academic departments to student affairs. The presenters will briefly describe the process used to onboard unsuspecting campus partnerships that were essential to meet student well-being needs and provide foundational support for multiple campus-wide wellbeing initiatives. In addition to discussing challenges and lessons learned on the two individual campuses, presenters will introduce how their partnership across state lines has helped them continue to sustain and grow in coordinating and enhancing student wellbeing.

    Learning Objectives:

    As a result of participating in this program, learners will be able to: 

    1. Gain an understanding of the Collective Impact model.
    2. Describe the importance of connecting to multiple systems outside of traditional wellness partners to decrease health disparities and to create an inclusive environment of belongingness and wellbeing.
    3. Apply learning and a health equity lens to their individual campus needs.

    Competency Domain(s):  Programming

     

    Ashley Hinton-Moncer, MPH, M.S

    Student Wellness Director

    University of Kentucky

    Ashley Hinton-Moncer, M.S., MPH currently serves as the Student Wellness Director at the University of Kentucky overseeing the student well-being programming initiatives, the Well Kentucky Campus Coalition, the Collegiate Recovery Community, and Koru Mindfulness and Meditation.  Ashley also serves as the co-chair for the NASPA Wellness and Health Promotion Knowledge Community serving on the NASPA Strategies planning committee as a representative from the Knowledge Community. Ashley is a certified wellness coach working in partnership to help establish a strong Student Success Integrated Coaching model for the University.  Previously Ashley served as the Director of Student Health and Wellness at a small liberal arts college, Transylvania University overseeing counseling services, health services, disability resources, health education, while also serving as the Title IX Coordinator.  Ashley completed both her undergraduate degree in Exercise and a Master's of Science in Health Promotion at the University of Kentucky, while also obtaining a second Master's in Public Health.

    Shawnté Elbert, EdD, MCHES, CHWP, CWHC

    Associate Vice President of Health & Well-being

    The Ohio State University

    Dr. Shawnté Elbert is the Associate Vice President of Health and Well-being at The Ohio State University and an adjunct Assistant Professor at Tulane University’s online master’s in public health program. She is an accomplished leader and student affairs administrator with a depth and breadth of experience in college student health and wellness, including harm reduction, prevention, and risk management. Dr. Elbert has a strong background in policy review and development, health and wellness compliance and public health theory and practice. She is a skilled course and programmatic developer with significant experience in assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation. A strong advocate for historically marginalized and minoritized students, Dr. Elbert has vast expertise in the areas of public health administration and education, wellness, peer education and leadership development. She serves on the Board of Directors for American College Health Association and as an Aspire Mentor. In NASPA she is the co-chair for the Wellness and Health Promotion Knowledge Community, Peer Education Advisory Board and the Fraternity & Sorority Life Health, Safety, and Well-being Working Group.

    As the Associate Vice President for Health and Well-being, Dr. Elbert supports Student Life’s Counseling and Consultation Service, department of Recreational Sports, Student Health Services and Student Wellness Center.

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/29/2022

    Join the Canadian Region Leadership Team in recognizing the amazing work accomplished by NIRSA members during the Regional Connection Meeting. This is a great opportunity for professionals and students to gather virtually and hear about all the great things happening in the Canadian Region.

    Join the Canadian Region Leadership Team in recognizing the amazing work accomplished by NIRSA members during the Regional Connection Meeting. This is a great opportunity for professionals and students to gather virtually and hear about all the great things happening in the Canadian Region.

    Sandra Ondracka

    Canadian Region Regional Representative

    University of Windsor

    Kevin Wilson

    Canadian Student Leader

    University of Waterloo

    Currently in my first year of PhD studies after recently completing a MHK Degree in Sport Management. I've worked in intramural programming for 6 years and have been involved in recreational programming for approximately 10 years. Over the last two years, I've been a member of the NIRSA Canada Leadership Team and am currently standing election as the Canadian Student Rep on the member network. In the past, I've presented multiple sessions at NIRSA regional conferences on the subject of cultivating student staff teams. For my PhD, I'd like to conduct research in the Campus Recreation space to help better understand how we as professionals can understand and meet students' changing needs.

    Education Background
    Leisure Studies, P.h.D., University of Waterloo (2024)
    Sport Management, M.H.K., University of Windsor
    Community Recreation, B.R.L.S., Brock University

    I'll be online periodically during conference days, please visit the Networking section to message me if you want to connect or have more questions about my session.

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/21/2022

    Join the Region IV Leadership Team in recognizing the amazing work accomplished by NIRSA members during the Regional Connection Meeting. This is a great opportunity for professionals and students to gather virtually and hear about all the great things happening in Region IV.

    Join the Region IV Leadership Team in recognizing the amazing work accomplished by NIRSA members during the Regional Connection Meeting. This is a great opportunity for professionals and students to gather virtually and hear about all the great things happening in Region IV.

    Matthew Beck, RCRSP

    Region IV Regional Representative

    Oklahoma State University

    Alyssa Moncrief

    Region IV Student Leader

    Texas A&M University

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/20/2022

    Leaders from the NIRSA Board, NSC Board, NIRSA Foundation Board as well as the Member Network, Assembly and NIRSA Headquarters will shared accomplishments from 2021 and priorities for 2022 that advance NIRSA’s strategic plan and deliver value to members. The financial results of 2021 are also presented.

    Leaders from the NIRSA Board, NSC Board, NIRSA Foundation Board as well as the Member Network, Assembly and NIRSA Headquarters will shared accomplishments from 2021 and priorities for 2022 that advance NIRSA’s strategic plan and deliver value to members.  The financial results of 2021 are also presented. 

    Cara Lucia, PhD

    NIRSA President

    Elon University

    Jennifer Speer

    NIRSA Services Corporation President

    The University of Texas at Austin

    Lexi Chaput

    NIRSA Foundation President

    University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

    Pam Watts

    Executive Director

    NIRSA Headquarters

    Lisa Molloy

    NIRSA Assembly Convener

    Arizona State University

    Cody Mikl

    Member Network Chair

    University of Minnesota-Twin Cities

    n/a

    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  

    Mila Padgett

    NIRSA President Designee; Director, Campus Recreation and Wellness

    University of South Carolina Aiken

  • Contains 2 Component(s)

    Most colleges and universities have guidelines for the amount of square footage per student they should provide for indoor recreation or health training. As enrollment increases and indoor space becomes less abundant, campus recreation departments utilize outdoor areas to provide health education and fitness training. As we continue to navigate a post-pandemic world and the demand for outdoor fitness spaces continues to rise, it’s important for colleges and universities to stay ahead of this trend. Join Florida Gulf Coast University’s Suzanne Ries and Lisa Caldwell and PLAE's Brittany Barrett as they discuss the importance of outdoor spaces in the campus recreation space, the impact these spaces can have on campus life, and how to bring outdoor fitness to your school.

    Most colleges and universities have guidelines for the amount of square footage per student they should provide for indoor recreation or health training. As enrollment increases and indoor space becomes less abundant, campus recreation departments utilize outdoor areas to provide health education and fitness training. As we continue to navigate a post-pandemic world and the demand for outdoor fitness spaces continues to rise, it’s important for colleges and universities to stay ahead of this trend.

    Join Florida Gulf Coast University’s Suzanne Ries and Lisa Caldwell and PLAE's Brittany Barrett as they discuss the importance of outdoor spaces in the campus recreation space, the impact these spaces can have on campus life, and how to bring outdoor fitness to your school. 

    Learning Objectives--As each participant walks through the presentation, they will:

    1. Understand the value outdoor spaces bring to total wellness for students, faculty, and staff.

    2. Learn how to design and budget for an engaging outdoor fitness space, including equipment recommendations, form and function of your space, and more.

    3. Discover how facilities are developing inclusive creative programming based on evolving student populations.

    Brittany Barrett

    Director of Campus Recreation Business Development

    PLAE

    Suzanne Ries

    Associate Director, Facility Operations

    Florida Gulf Coast University

    Lisa Caldwell

    Assistant Director Fitness Programs

    Florida Gulf Coast University

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/14/2022

    Join the Region III Leadership Team in recognizing the amazing work accomplished by NIRSA members during the Regional Connection Meeting. This is a great opportunity for professionals and students to gather virtually and hear about all the great things happening in Region III.

    Join the Region III Leadership Team in recognizing the amazing work accomplished by NIRSA members during the Regional Connection Meeting. This is a great opportunity for professionals and students to gather virtually and hear about all the great things happening in Region III.

    Christopher Crume, RCRSP

    Director of Aquatic Center

    Denison University

    I am currently the Director of Aquatics at Denison University where I not only oversee a state-of-the-art aquatics center, but I work in fitness/wellness, facilities management, programming, and student development.  I have has been at Denison for 8.5 years and prior to this, I was an Assistant Director at Purdue University for 5 years.

    I enjoy all sorts of recreation activities, especially road cycling and pickleball. When I am not at the office, I love cheering on the Indianapolis Colts, the Chicago Cubs, and the Indiana Pacers.  I also love to watch professional wrestling and Star Wars!

    Aliyah Valdez

    Region III Student Leader

    The Ohio State University

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/14/2022

    Join the Region I Leadership Team in recognizing the amazing work accomplished by NIRSA members during the Regional Connection Meeting. This is a great opportunity for professionals and students to gather virtually and hear about all the great things happening in Region I.

    Join the Region I Leadership Team in recognizing the amazing work accomplished by NIRSA members during the Regional Connection Meeting. This is a great opportunity for professionals and students to gather virtually and hear about all the great things happening in Region I.

    Stephanie Smith

    Region I Regional Representative

    MIT

    James Stinsman

    Region I Regional Student Leader

    West Chester University

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/14/2022

    Join the Region II Leadership Team in recognizing the amazing work accomplished by NIRSA members during the Regional Connection Meeting. This is a great opportunity for professionals and students to gather virtually and hear about all the great things happening in Region II.

    Join the Region II Leadership Team in recognizing the amazing work accomplished by NIRSA members during the Regional Connection Meeting. This is a great opportunity for professionals and students to gather virtually and hear about all the great things happening in Region II.

    Jason Darby

    Associate Director of Programs

    University of Southern Mississippi

    Kaleigh Gabriel

    Region II Regional Student Leader

    University of Florida

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/13/2022

    Join the Region VI Leadership Team in recognizing the amazing work accomplished by NIRSA members during the Regional Connection Meeting. This is a great opportunity for professionals and students to gather virtually and hear about all the great things happening in Region VI.

    Join the Region VI Leadership Team in recognizing the amazing work accomplished by NIRSA members during the Regional Connection Meeting. This is a great opportunity for professionals and students to gather virtually and hear about all the great things happening in Region VI.

    Allie Bogard

    Regional VI Rep

    Colorado State University, Fort Collins

    Deanne Main

    Regional VI Student Leader

    Boise State University

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/13/2022

    Join the Region V Leadership Team in recognizing the amazing work accomplished by NIRSA members during the Regional Connection Meeting. This is a great opportunity for professionals and students to gather virtually and hear about all the great things happening in Region V.

    Join the Region V Leadership Team in recognizing the amazing work accomplished by NIRSA members during the Regional Connection Meeting. This is a great opportunity for professionals and students to gather virtually and hear about all the great things happening in Region V.

    Gregory Durham, RCRSP

    Director

    Creighton University

    Morgyn Felty

    Regional V Student Leader

    South Dakota State University