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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

7:15 AM - 8:00 AM: Breakfast: HUB-Robeson Center
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM: *Keynote Speaker-Heritage Hall, HUB-Robeson
Track 5: Elevating Social Justice and Civility to Enhance Our Environments
Leon Andrews, Director, Race, Equity, And Leadership Program (REAL), National League of Cities (NLC)
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM: Session 6
Track 1: Fabulous Flops-232A HUB-Robeson Center
Abstract
Trial and Error: The Community Ambassador Program for Today’s Student: Presenters: Dilnavaz Cama, Department Manager for Student Life's Off-Campus and Commuter Student Services; Rachel DeMooy, Program Manager for Student Life’s Off-Campus and Commuter Student Services, The Ohio State University  
Track 4: Dissecting the Impacts of Alcohol And Other Drugs In Our Communities-232B HUB-Robeson Center
Abstract
Educating and Engaging: Developing Responsible Off Campus Students: Presenters: TiRease Holmes, Executive Director of Residence Life & Community Engagement; Maria Temples, Commuter and Off Campus Student Services Coordinator, La Salle University
*Track 5: Elevating Social Justice and Civility to Enhance Our Environments-233A HUB-Robeson Center
Abstract
Democratizing Knowledge for the Public Good with a Community-Based Think Tank: Presenters: Andrea Ó Súilleabháin,  Executive Director at Partnership for the Public Good (PPG); Kristin Szczepaniec, Collaboration & Research Specialist for Cornell ILR Buffalo Co-Lab/PPG’s Buffalo Commons
*Track 6: Enhancing Quality of Life in Our Towns Through Sustainable Planning and Efforts-233B HUB-Robeson Center
Abstract
Bringing Vision to Reality - A Building Collaboration: Presenter: Sara Bloom, Executive Director of Downtown Hays Development Corporation, Hays, Kansas
*Track 6: Enhancing Quality of Life in Our Towns Through Sustainable Planning and Efforts-134 HUB-Robeson Center
Abstract
Planning for a Sustainable Future: Creating a Neighborhood that will serve Alums, Students, and the Community: Presenters: Janet Lillie, Assistant Vice President for Community Relations; Erin Carter, Project Manager, Auxiliary Enterprises, Michigan State University; Andrew Broderick, Senior Associate, Perkins+Will
*Track 6: Enhancing Quality of Life in Our Towns Through Sustainable Planning and Efforts-Flex Theater
Abstract
Supporting and Advocating for the diverse and unique needs of off-campus and commuter students: Presenters: Julia Burns, Program Director, Off Campus Living Western Washington University; Jeremy Moore, Assistant Director, Off-Campus Housing & Neighborhood Relations, University of Colorado Boulder
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Session 7
*Track 2: Fraternity and Sorority Life-It’s Complicated-233A HUB-Robeson Center
Abstract
Minimizing Risk and Community Disruption through Rental Licensing: Presenter: Annette Irwin, East Lansing Housing Commission and University Student Commission, City of East Lansing
*Track 4: Dissecting the Impacts of Alcohol And Other Drugs In Our Communities-232A HUB-Robeson Center
Abstract
Shifting into Safety: Safe Ride Programs in the community: Presenters: Lindsay Mason, Off-Campus Life Assistant Director at Colorado State University and Chair of the National Association of Safe Ride Programs; Brittany Nefcy, Oregon State University’s SafeRide Coordinator and Vice Chair of the National Association of Safe Ride Programs
Track 5: Elevating Social Justice and Civility to Enhance Our Environments-232B HUB-Robeson Center
Abstract

Envisioning an Equitable College Community: Addressing Injustice Through Partnerships in Planning: Presenters: Alison Bracewell McMullick, Community Relations Coordinator, University of Georgia; Kyle May, AICP, Planning NEXT Senior Planner, Columbus, Ohio 

*Track 6: Enhancing Quality of Life in Our Towns Through Sustainable Planning and Efforts-Flex Theater
Abstract
Community-Based Planning as a Cornerstone for Collaboration: A Case Study from Montgomery College: Presenters: Michael Akin, President; Molly Mitzner, Senior Project Manager, LINK Strategic Partners; Sandra Filippi, Director of Planning and Design, Montgomery College; Kevin M. Johnson, AIA, LEED AP BD+C Principal, SmithGroup
*Track 6: Enhancing Quality of Life in Our Towns Through Sustainable Planning and Efforts-134 HUB-Robeson Center
Abstract
Happy Valley LaunchBox, Powered by PNC: Collaborative Economic Development in Central Pennsylvania: Presenters: James Delattre, Associate Vice President for Research and Director of the Office for Entrepreneurship & Commercialization, Penn State University; James R. Hoehn, Regional President of the Central Pennsylvania region of the PNC Financial Services Group; Professor Tom Sharbaugh, Professor of Practice and Director of the Entrepreneur Assistance Clinic at Penn State Law; Charima Young, Director of Local Government and Community Relations at Penn State University
*Track 6: Enhancing Quality of Life in Our Towns Through Sustainable Planning and Efforts-233B HUB-Robeson Center
Abstract
4 Collaborations and an Innovation: Presenters: Ron M Jackson, Associate Dean of Students; Lauren McGuire, Assistant Director, Off Campus Student Relations, Arizona State University; John Thompson, ASU Police Commander, Patrol; Stuart Bedics, ASU Police Assistant Chief, Patrol; Mike Horn, Tempe Police Commander, Patrol; Megan Erwin, Tempe Police Detective, Crime Prevention
12:15 PM - 1:30 PM: Lunch/ITGA Unveiling of Awards and Next Year's Conference Location-Heritage Hall, HUB-Robeson Center
Join ITGA for their annual program and awards ceremony over lunch. ITGA representatives will also reveal the location of the 2020 ITGA City & University Relations Conference!
1:45 PM - 2:45 PM: Session 8
Track 1: Fabulous Flops-134 HUB-Robeson Center
Abstract
A Series of Unfortunate Attempts: supporting our students and the community in Georgetown: Presenter: Cory Peterson, Director of Neighborhood Life, Georgetown Unversity
Track 2: Fraternity and Sorority Life-It’s Complicated-232A HUB-Robeson Center
Abstract
A Tale of Two Greek Communities: How university recognition, town partnerships, and student development theory can change a culture: Presenter: Stephanie Baldwin, Assistant Director for Fraternity & Sorority Life, University of Colorado Boulder
Track 4: Dissecting the Impacts of Alcohol And Other Drugs In Our Communities-233B HUB-Robeson Center
Abstract
Understanding the Liquor Laws in Pennsylvania and the role of The Bureau of Liquor Enforcement: Presenter: Todd Merlina, Pa. State Police, Bureau of Liquor Enforcement
*Track 5: Elevating Social Justice and Civility to Enhance Our Environments-232B HUB-Robeson Center
Abstract
Hungry for More: Understanding the impact of food insecurity on college campuses: Presenters: Leah Cassellia, Director, Office of Student Involvement; Jenni Rach, Assistant Director, Office of Student Involvement, Kutztown University
*Track 6: Enhancing Quality of Life in Our Towns Through Sustainable Planning and Efforts-233A HUB-Robeson Center
Abstract
Community Living-a Global Approach to community cohesion and development within student populated areas: Presenter: Claire Bent, Community Engagement Manager, University of Birmingham
*Track 6: Enhancing Quality of Life in Our Towns Through Sustainable Planning and Efforts-Flex Theater
Abstract
The Campus 2050 Initiative: How Campuses and their communities are planning for the next 30 years: Presenters: Julie Emms, Communication Manager, DePaul University; Amber Luther, Planner, Associate, Populous Inc. 
1:45 PM - 3:45 PM: Mobile Session (Must Pre-register)
Track 2: Fraternity and Sorority Life-It’s Complicated
Abstract
Changes in Greek Life: Presenter: Pat Finochio, Senior Compliance Coordinator, Fraternity & Sorority Compliance, The Pennsylvania State University
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM: Session 9
Track 4: Dissecting the Impacts of Alcohol And Other Drugs In Our Communities-232A HUB-Robeson Center
Abstract
Assessing the Relationship Between Student Partying Behaviors and the Quality of Town-Gown Relationships: A Pilot Study with Pennsylvania Campuses and Communities: Presenters: Stephen M. Gavazzi, Professor, The Ohio State University; Rick Schuettler, Executive Director,  Pennsylvania Municipal League; Donna George, AOD Coalition Coordinator, California University of Pennsylvania; Chris Kovolski, Assistant Vice President, Government Relations and External Affairs, Villanova University; Laura Wagoner, Assistant Director, Government and Community Relations, Villanova University
*Track 5: Elevating Social Justice and Civility to Enhance Our Environments-232B HUB-Robeson Center
Abstract
Town meets Gown on Immigration Policy: Presenters: Professor Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia, Esq., Founder and Director, Center for Immigrants’ Rights Clinic, The Pennsylvania State University; Chief John Gardner, State College Police Department, Former law student(s) from the Penn State Law Center for Immigrants’ Rights Clinic
*Track 5: Elevating Social Justice and Civility to Enhance Our Environments-233A HUB-Robeson
Abstract
The First Steps Are the Hardest: Ames’ Journey Toward Inclusion: Presenters: Gloria Betcher, Councilmember, Ames, IA, Chair of the University Communities Council, National League of Cities; Mr. Dan Culhane, President and Chief Executive Officer, Ames Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Joel Hochstein,  Chair of the Ames Human Relations Commission, Assistant Director of Student Conduct; Dr. Reginald Stewart, Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion, Iowa State University
*Track 6: Enhancing Quality of Life in Our Towns Through Sustainable Planning and Efforts-233B HUB-Robeson C
Abstract
GreenBuild & the Energy+ Program: Sustainable Affordable Housing Solutions Through Community-University-Industry Collaboration: Presenters: Hamer Center for Community Design Director Lisa D. Iulo, Associate Professor of Architecture, The Pennsylvania State University; Peg Hambrick, Chair of the GreenBuild project; Ed LeClear, Planning & Community Development Director, State College Borough; Housing Systems Specialist Sarah Klinetob Lowe
Track 6: Enhancing Quality of Life in Our Towns Through Sustainable Planning and Efforts-134 HUB-Robeson Center
Abstract
Forward Together: How cities and universities can work together for real change: Presenters: Shawn Naccarato, Chief Strategy Officer, Pittsburg State University; Jay Byers, Deputy City Manager, City of Pittsburg
4:15 PM - 5:15 PM: Beaver Stadium Tour (Must Pre-register)
Take a tour of Penn State’s football stadium, including the Letterman’s lounge, Recruitment Lounge, locker room, and the field. No photos allowed.
4:15 PM - 5:15 PM: Lasch Football Building Tour (Must Pre-register)
Tour the home of the football team.  See where they practice, work out, and the academic center where they study. View the Penn State Wall of Honors, historical championship trophies, and other Penn State football memorabilia.