All posts tagged "operations"

  • A New Vibrancy

    In 1630, a ship carrying Puritans from England sailed into Massachusetts Bay, and Boston was born. Rich with history, Boston grew and thrived. A little...

  • Ask the Expert: Renovations

    The expert advice to answer your most pressing questions. This month, Colleen McKenna, the director at CannonDesign’s sports, recreation and wellness practice, shares on renovations....

  • Practice What You Preach

    At Northern Arizona University (NAU), the campus rec department offers an employee fitness program. Rhonda Powers, the director of campus recreation at NAU, describes the...

  • Dressed for Success

    Can apparel increase participation in your programs? At the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), intramural championship teams receive a T-shirt for this reason. “We...

  • Time to Renovate

    Renovations, big and small, are the trend in the industry. And there’s a lot you need to know in order to make them successful. The...

  • How Do You Keep Up?

    For insight on how rec professionals can keep up with their continuing education practices, Campus Rec spoke with two directors about the advice they have...

  • Music Matters

    You may not spend much time thinking about the music playing at your campus facility, but what you should know is music makes a difference....

  • Adaptive Fitness – How to Serve Patrons with Special Needs

    In order for their entire campus community to benefit from the rec center, Portland State University (PSU) goes above and beyond to serve patrons with...

  • Rec Your Stress: Addressing the Mental Health Crisis

    At Idaho State University, the campus rec department partnered with the counseling and testing center to create the Rec Your Stress program, designed to help...

  • The Priority Health Fitness Court at Oakland University

    For several years, Oakland University recreation and well-being has strived to advance the culture of health and well-being on their campus. Recently, the opening of...