KNR grad student to receive national award

Kirk Fallon

Kirk Fallon, a second-year graduate student in recreation administration and a graduate assistant in Campus Recreation, has been selected as one of 12 William N. Wasson Student Leadership and Academic Award recipients by the National Intramural Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA).

Massage, other stress-relieving activities offered on campus

Stress is a normal and necessary part of life. However, too much stress or stress that is not positively managed can damage your emotional and physical health. Health Promotion and Wellness has a variety of ways to help you manage your stress and learn important life skills throughout the semester.

Team up with spring intramurals

Hit the court or field this semester with the spring intramurals lineup. We’ve got a variety of sports planned, ranging from full leagues, minileagues, and tournaments for men’s, women’s, and corec teams.

Diversity Council enhancing cultural competency

image of students on the Quad

On some level, everyone has biases or pre-conceived cultural notions. People may not always be aware of them, but they certainly influence communication and social interaction. Understanding those issues and learning to effectively interact with people from different backgrounds are at the heart of ongoing cultural competency training coordinated by the Diversity Council in the