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ITGA Dateline Newsletter-January 15, 2015
Article Titles: Carnegie Foundation Names Portland State a Leader in Community Engagement; Gov. Charlie Baker: Worcester is Really Becoming an Educational Powerhouse; Clemson's Biggest Ever Construction in Progress; Experts, Officials Comment on What Makes a College Town Thrive; and Hanover Police Back off Drinking Arrests
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-January 22, 2015
Article Titles: Manchester to Inspire US Cities; House Party Regulation Could Infringe on Constitutional Rights; Maine Gov. Proposes Towns Tax Nonprofits to Offset State Cuts; Should Urban Universities Help Their Neighbors?; Rochester Region Poised for Growth; and Marquette University, Harley-Davidson Leading Efforts to Improve City's Near West Side
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-January 29, 2015
Article Titles: Town Gown Steering Committee Makes Recommendation to UMass Chancellor, Town Manager; Poll: City Mayors Third Most Trusted Economic Resource; Iowa Finance Authority Offers Ames Landlords Free Property Listing Website; UW to Consider Off-Campus Party Registration; University of Washington Bothell Growth Contributes $231.6 Million to State and Local Economy; and Cambridge Engineer Leads Government Review of Business-Academia Collaborations
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-January 8, 2015
Article Titles: Inspection Program for Rental Homes is Approved in SLO; Extreme Helicoptering: Now Parents go with Kids to College; Liquor Control Partners with Four Universities: Town-Gown Pilot Program Aims to Prevent Underage Drinking; Student-Housing Changes in the Twin Cities Mirror Trends Elsewhere; Long a College Town, Worcester Now Looks the Par
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-July 16, 2015
Article Titles: Summer Camps, Workshops Bring Thousands; Town Versus Gown Tensions Over Accommodation; Lehigh University May Move the Party Back on Campus, Require Juniors Live in Dorms; Off-Campus Housing Proposal Heads to Subcommittee; and Returning Students Offered Incentive to Forfeit Their Housing Contract
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-July 2, 2015
Article Titles: 2015 ITGA Conference Summary by Attendee Vice Mayor John Ashbaugh; Town-Gown With a Global Twist; U of T Hopes New Urban Advisers Will Help Bridge Gaps Between School and City; President Announces Action on Recommendations of Campus Community Commission; and TCNJ's Campus Town Project a Blueprint for Collaboration: Editorial
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-July 23, 2015
Article Titles: Mount Allison, Town of Sackville Earn National Award; Younger Crowd Hails Introduction of New Wi-Fi Network in Downtown Buffalo; Regional Students Stay Near While Going Far; Grant Supports Planning for Research Park; Newcastle's Approach to Envisioning the Future Can Be Blueprint for Other Cities; and Bill Would End Towns' Rights to Regulate Off-campus Student Housing
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-July 30, 2015
Article Titles: Sex Assault Training Session Held at BGSU; Open Lines of Communications are Key: East Hill Notes; University of Delaware Student Creates Off-campus Housing Review Site; SLO Council OKs Items Aimed at Controlling Disturbances Around Cal Poly; Mayor, NIU President, and City Manager Deliver DaKalb's State of the City Address; and Footscray to Become University Town in 10-Year Plan
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-July 9, 2015
Article Titles: Flagstaff Committees Still Chewing on Student Housing Problems; The IFC Task Force to Investigate Sexual Assault in Greek Life; Editorial: Train Service Could Benefit Locals, Boost Economy; Giving Back to the Community; City and UMD Collaborate on 'Greater College Park' to Make Improvements; and Washington College Purchases Additional Riverfront Property
ITGA dateline Newsletter-March 12, 2015
Article Titles: City, PSU Poised to Trade Land Parcels; Stockton Empire: Island Campus Marks University's Biggest Conquest; Champaign City Council Approves Grant to Curb Underage Drinking; President Daniels, Mayor Dennis to Present Plan for Major Campus Changes; and More Than 200 Police Officers Keep Crowds, Arrests Low in Blarney Blowout That Wasn't
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-March 19, 2015
Article Titles: Millennials Integral to Valley's Future, Leaders Say; College Town: Video 'Game' Helps Train First Responders; The Plan to Make College Park a College Town; Business Masterplan for $135 Million Regeneration of Gloucester Quayside and Blackfriars Revealed; and Town Considers "College Town District" Plan
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-March 26, 2015
Article Titles: Community Colleges Adapting to Train Students for Work; Halls 2 Homes: Putting Unity Back Into the Community; City Redevelopment Plan Would Change Neighborhoods Near OSU's Campus; Hate? Bullying? Exclusiveness? Bowling Green Group says: Not in Our Town; and Bemidji Death Casts Student Drinking in Harsh Light
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-March 5, 2015
Article Titles: Cal Poly Has Big Impact on San Luis Obispo Economy - and More!; Keene State Makes Off-Campus Orientation Program Mandatory; PRINCETON: The Importance of 'Town-Gown' Relations; Editorial: Lowering Bar Entry Age; Focus on Research: Study Finds Lodging Demand More Stable in University Towns; and Student Housing Work Groups Get Started on Solutions
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-May 14, 2015
Article Titles: UMass-Amherst Poised to Appoint New Committee to Carry on Town-Gown Work; Auburn in 'Multi-Phase Research Process' During Apartment Moratorium; McDavid Announces Pedestrian Safety Task Force; Rutgers University and City of New Brunswick Team Up for Project Move Out; Madison Startup CEOs Selected as Finalists for Prestigious Entrepreneurship Award; and 'Animal House' Ordinance Would Hold Trenton Landlords Responsible
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-May 21, 2015
Article Titles: ITGA Conference Keynote to Address Sexual Assaults on College Campuses; London Real Estate Sizzles Off Campus; ISU President, Mayors Make Case Against Proposed Amtrak Cuts; Redfin Company Reveals the List of Top 20 Bikeable Cities of 2015; and Michael's Law Aimed at Enforcing Alcohol Rules in Georgia
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-May 7, 2015
Article Titles: Campus Drinking: How a Party School Sobered Up; College Towns Band Together, Create Energy Efficiency Website for Tenants; Penn State, State College Recognized with International Town-Gown Award; Washington, DC., Minneapolis and Denver Top The Best Cities List for Post-Graduates; Raleigh Neighbors Prevail Over Student Housing Complex Near N.C. State; and Oregon State University's Economic Impact in Benton County is $1.312 Billion
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Nov 12, 2015
Article Titles: About the ITGA Annual Conference; GW President Steven Knapp Talks with GW families at the Neighborhood Block Party; Norwalk Community College, City's Parking Authority Collaborate to Promote App; Committee Discusses Increasing Student Fees to Replace Fire Station; President at the Party; and Private Investors Planning UB Greek Row
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Nov 19, 2015
Article Titles: Communities Talk: Town Hall Meetings to Prevent Underage and High-Risk Drinking; How MPA Programs Can Help Build Town and Gowns; Pittsburgh to Announce Pilot Program to Run South Side Nightlife; University of Maryland Eyes New Fund-raising Record for Big Innovation Plans; Mansfield Considering Further Regulations, Restrictions on Rental Housing; and Mt Pleasant, CMU Protect Off-campus Students at Night with Street Lights
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Nov 20, 2015
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ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Nov 5, 2015
Article Titles: Three Upstate NY Colleges Come Together to Serve the Local Communities; Chesterfield County, VSU Partner to Meet Community, School Needs; U of C Aims to Stop Campus Sex Assaults Before They Happen; Calls for Student 'Levy' to Fund Patrols and Stop Rowdy Parties, Crime and Litter; Boston Sets Record For Housing Completion, Cities Universities; and Students Voice Their Concerns at First Town Hall Meeting
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Oct 1, 2015
Article Titles: City Uses Paint to Stop Public Urination; La Trobe's $50 Million Upgrade; New University Initiative Reaches Out to Local Governments; Recommendations on Improvements for City, College Applauded; Students Warned to Respect Neighbors if Planning Parties During Fresher's Week; and UOIT and Durham College Finalize Campus Master Plan
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Oct 15, 2015
Article Titles: Health Center Prepares to Implement Greek Alcohol Safety Program; UMES Moves into Downtown Princess Anne; City, University Leaders Discuss Plans for Growth; Town-Gown Relationship Grows Stronger; BG Land Use Plan Takes the Prize; and Growth of University's Endowment Reignites Municipal 'Fair Share' Discussion
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Oct 22, 2015
Article Titles: Call for Program Proposals for the 2016 ITGA Conference; OCADU Joins $3 M Creative Incubator Project; Bay County Commission Requests Spring Break 'Nuisance Party' Ordinance; Local Trustees Serve as Town-Gown Resources; Community Celebrates Grand Opening of The Mill at MSU; and College Town Game-Changer
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Oct 29, 2015
Article Titles: How an Urban University Police Department Changed Its Culture; Pa.'s College Towns Capitalize on the Knowledge Economy; What a Bike-Crazy California Town Can Teach Us About Car-Free Cities; Hamden Mayor Offers Suggestions to Improve Town-Gown Relations; U of M Flint Moving Forward with Plans to Purchase Building; and Overseas Students Targeted by Fake Landlords
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Oct 8, 2015
Article Titles: 50 Best Small College Towns in America; Kent State and YSU Collaborate to Improve Youngstown's Downtown-to-Campus Area; Student, Staff Help St.Cloud Police Net COPS Grant; Here's How Cities and Anchor Institutions Can Work Together to Drive Growth; and Penn State Task Force to Study State of Greek Life on Campus
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Sept 10, 2015
Article Titles: Lively, Walker-Friendly College Towns Become Hot Destinations; Sexual Assault Awareness Campaign Kicks Off Across Alberta; Booming Salford Now One of Britain's 'Key Growth' Areas; Mayor, EIU President Went on Ride-Along With Police; BEAR Walk Bolsters Community Ties in Collegetown; and A Partnership in Campus and Community Safety
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Sept 17, 2015
Article Titles: Reducing Risk During the First Few Weeks on Campus; City to Revive George Friedrich Park; Williamstown Economic Development Committee Looks at Similar Communities; Campus Life Night Celebrates GVSU Community; EDA Approves Three Public-Private Projects on NJCU Campus, One at Campus Town; and Partnership for Change
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Sept 24, 2015
Article Titles: Celebrating New Athletics Home at East Boston Memorial Park; First Housing Blitz of Semester Reveals Few Major Violations, but Problems Still Linger; Cities and Universities Will Work Together in New MetroLab Network; 'Party Smart': UND Rep Hears College Town's Ideas on Bad Student Behavior; Contributions of Community Colleges to Cities and Towns; and Virginia Tech and Blacksburg Host Ninth Annual Sustainability Week
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Sept 3, 2015
Article Titles: Colleges at Core of Rochester's Economy; How Colleges are Battling Sexual Violence; PSU & City Police Sign New Memorandum; MSU Neighborhoods: Recipe for Success; Linking Public Institutions to Communities Key to Tackling Poverty, Report Says; and New Model Makes Move-In Day at RU Easier, Stress Free
ITGA ImpACT Awards
These white papers demonstrate the challenges, springboards and hurdles for campus communities that were selected for the 2016 ITGA ImpACT award recipients.
ITGA Survey Summary 2013
In February 2013, the International Town-Gown Association (ITGA) partnered with Brailsford and Dunlavey (B&D) to conduct a pilot survey about the unique issues and opportunities facing universities and the communities in which they reside. This report provides a summary of the process and an analysis of the results.
ITGA Survey Summary 2014
View a presentation summarizing the results of the 2014 ITGA survey.
ITGA Survey Summary 2015
This is a summary of the 2015 ITGA Survey responses.
ITGA Survey Summary Condensed 2014
In 2014, the second iteration of the annual iTGA survey incorporated changes to collect more comprehensive data on town-gown relationships. This report provides a summary of the process and analysis of the results.
ITGA Town Gown Assessment 2014
This is a summary of the survey results for ITGA members.
Joint Police Advisory Council: A Tale of Two Police Forces: Ohio University
In an all too familiar economic climate of continuous budget cuts, cities and universities must identify ways to do more with less. The City of Athens, Ohio and Ohio University (OU) have developed a way to capitalize on the symbiotic relationship between their law enforcement agencies.
Joint Safety Services: Kent Ohio Case Study
A case study in joint safety services.
Keene College-City Commission Initial Report & Recommendations
The recommendations are based around four themes: Housing and Neighborhoods, Infrastructure and parking, Citizenship and Property/Tax base
Know the Occupancy Limit: City of Fort Collins
A guide to occupancy regulations for the City of Fort Collins.
Land Exchange: The City of Pittsburg & Pittsburg State University
Learn about the steps involved in the negotiation and mitigation of this process.
Large-Scale Parties: Can They Be Stopped?
Leap Day. Cherry Stock. Around The World. These are some of the large-scale, off-campus parties organized by students in our community. Illinois State University and the Town of Normal have developed a proactive strategy to address and educate student organizers before the event about the inherent risks of these events.
Law School panel considers town-gown land use regulations
This article describes some the ways college towns have used legal restrictions to control student behavior and preserve the integrity of their neighborhoods.
Learning Collaborative on High Risk Drinking: White Paper, March 2014
Learn about using a public health and quality improvement approach to address high risk drinking with 32 colleges and universities-a white paper by the National College Health Improvement Program.
Learning Collaborative on High Risk Drinking-White Paper, March 2014 - Appendices
The appendices for "Learning Collaborative on High Risk Drinking."
Let the Citizens speak! Using research to identify community and campus issues relating to planning and land use
Let the Citizens speak! Using research to identify community and campus issues relating to planning and land use. Presenters: Dr. Jeff Martin, Associate Vice President, Clemson University; Jerry Chapman, Chairman Joint City/University Committee; and Crossie Cox, Clemson City Council
Leveraging Partnerships to Fund Law Enforcement Efforts in a University Business District
Leveraging partnerships to fund law enforcement efforts in a university business district. Presenters: Captain Sam Kamkar, Officer Scott Fellman, West University Foot Patrol Contract Officer, City of Eugene; Police Officer Zack Hermens, University of Oregon; Harlow Meno, Police Substation Manager; and a West University Business District Board Representative
Leveraging your Civic Engagement Events and Programs for Community Relations
Learn how civic engagement events and programs in higher education are meeting community needs while also developing the leadership and civic skills of the students that participate.
Live & Learn: Corvallis Police and OSU Student Conduct team up to Address Off-Campus Student Behavior
Live & Learn: Corvallis Police and OSU Student Conduct team up to Address Off-Campus Student Behavior. Presenters: Police Officers Trevor Anderson, James Dodge and Luke Thomas, Corvallis Police Department; and Raphelle Rhoads, OSU Community Conduct Officer
Live Smart: Building Community with Smart Programming and Marketing
Learn how, in partnership with key community and university stakeholders, Corvallis Community Relationships developed a good neighbor education curriculum and incentivized its Preferred Renters program with $50 rental deposit credits. Workshops topics include local laws and city ordinances, tips on hosting responsible parties, safety and security, tenant rights and responsibilities, and financial literacy.
Lively, Walker-friendly College Towns Become Hot Destinations
Learn how campus-communities are offering special activities and discount rates for parents when they drop off their kids each fall.
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