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Incorporating Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in Student Staff HiringContains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 08/13/2021
Consideration of equity, diversity and inclusion values and practices is important in staff hiring. Hiring for students is no exception. This conversation is focused on ways to reduce bias in our marketing, hiring, and onboarding processes.
Small Program Solutions: Rebuilding StaffContains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 08/13/2021
Southern New Hampshire University has been closed since March 13, 2020. Since then they’ve lost one of their two full-time staff, two graduating classes of students, and are looking to rebuild the headcount and culture this upcoming year. This program is the first of many conversations in the Solution Series on rebuilding your staff. This program is brought to you by the NIRSA Small Programs Committee.
Take It or Leave It: Lessons learned about student employment during COVIDContains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 08/13/2021
Although we aren’t out of the pandemic yet, this can still be a good time to reflect on what’s changed for student employment since March 2020. There is no doubt that our student employees and our employment routines were disrupted. But what can we learn from how we adapted (or failed)? This program features members of the Student Staff Development Task Force sharing ideas.
Sport Clubs DiscussionContains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 08/13/2021
This program is intended for sport club professionals and students as we prepare to return to play. Topics covered were recruitment/retention, event administration, travel administration, and National Governing Body eligibility concerns.
Inter-association Wellbeing Research: CUNY + WELL FrameworkContains 1 Component(s)
This report was prepared by Micah M. Griffin, Ph.D. an independent consultant for NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) through a collaborative partnership with the American College Health Association (ACHA) and NIRSA: Leaders in Collegiate Recreation (NIRSA).
From ATC to Z: Building a Recreational Sports Athletic Training Program from ScratchContains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 07/01/2021
Athletic training coverage for recreational sports programs and services is essential to the continued health and safety of participants. This session will provide a framework for starting an in-house athletic training program within recreational sports. Topics include hiring the right staff, facility design/construction, equipment, campus partnerships, medical supervision and site coverage. Attendees will learn the process recently completed at ECU and determine what steps they can take to bring this important service to their campus.
NIRSA 2021 Annual Conference Assessment Track PackageContains 4 Product(s)
The NIRSA 2021 Assessment webinar package features four sessions that will help you get up to speed on your assessment practices!
Connecting Students to Campus Recreation Through a Profession-Based Learning ApproachContains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 02/23/2021
The profession-based learning model provides students with opportunities to apply the learning that occurs in the classroom to projects and experiences that typically occur within the professional environments of their future employment (Mottet et al., 2017). In this presentation, the audience will gain an understanding of the current student population and what motivations could impact students deciding on a major/career.
Passage through the Leadership Labyrinth: A Women’s Journey in the Collegiate Recreation ProfessionContains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 01/14/2021
The gender equity movement and the passage of Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 played key roles in advancing collegiate recreation (McFadden and Molina, 2016). Almost fifty years later there is still limited information regarding the experiences had by women in collegiate recreation. Understanding the characteristics that make up a woman’s experience in collegiate recreation, this study provides an exploratory perspective of women in the industry regarding roles and the positions held in the field. As women continue their professional trajectory in the collegiate recreation field personal levels of self-efficacy may impact applying for a new position, taking on a new role in the department, or applying to serve in a volunteer leadership role. The study created space for women to share experiences regarding individual human capital, gender differences, and prejudice as they learn to work through the leadership labyrinth.
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