ITGA Dateline Newsletters

ITGA Dateline Newsletter-August 18, 2016
Article Titles: FSU Swaps Student, Community Relations Strategies; What a Maine College Town Learned by Studying Race Relations for 8 Months; Michigan Self-Driving Car Center Brings Together Economic Development, Transportation and Higher Education; New Bus Service Zeroes in on Travel Across Texas With Uber-Like Efficiency; Columbia Ranked No. 3 Among Top U.S. College Towns
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-August 11, 2016
Article Titles: Rockhurst University Town Homes Make Better Neighbors; OU, Athens City Officials Participate in Inaugural Town and Gown Summit; On Average Day, 1.2 Million Students Drink Alcohol; State Police Launch Campus Sexual Assault Awareness Campaign; Proptech Startup Valued at $1.1 Million Set to Transform the UK Student Letting Market
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-August 4, 2016
Article Titles: Six Member Communities Selected for ITGA and RRForum Alcohol Responsibility Program; Reversing the 'Brain Drain' with New Ideas, Spaces; London Calling: LinkedIn Pinpoints Top Cities for Americans Working Abroad; Ziffer Calls for College Town Meter Reconsideration; Chapel Hill Ranked Among Best College Towns in America
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-July 28, 2016
Article Titles: The UK Town Gown Steering Committee to Host National Conference; Koos: Town-Gown Relations Good, Improving; New Partnership Between Leed's 'Big Four' Could be Key to Future Success; UMass to Try Off-Campus Party Registration Program in Fall; 12 Partnering Tips for Inclusive City Growth; Collaboration, Not Competition
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-July 24, 2016
Article Titles: Police Tout Foot Patrol Success in Student Areas; 5 Ways States are Luring Small Business; Ames, Decorah, Iowa City Make List of Top College Towns; College Campuses are Being Overrun by Pokémon Go; Do Alcohol and Orientation Mix?
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-July 7, 2016
Article Titles: Birmingham City University Signs Up to Midlands Engine Partnership; City, College Sign Agreement Addressing Campus Sexual Assaults; For Today's Grads, Developing Soft Skills Key to Landing a Job; West Lafayette One of Indiana's Safest Cities; Community Partnership Tackles Poverty
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-June 30, 2016
Article Titles: UCF Downtown Student Housing to Have 10K SF of Commercial, Retail Space; Companies Will Have to Step up Work-Life Balance Policies as Young People Enter Workforce; Staff Recognized for Town Gown Efforts; Campus Community Creates Opportunity to Collaborate; The UK Town & Gown Association Will Host a Two Day National Event in Nottingham Trent University; Newark Student Housing Taking Away From Affordable Hosing, City to Incentivize Landlords
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-June 23, 2016
Article Titles: An Alcohol Responsibility Program for Town & Gown Communities Request for Proposals-Submissions Due June 30, 2016; Landlords Cry Foul after Kutztown University Changes Housing Policy; Purdue Takes on $1B Innovation District; You Are Invited to Ohio's First Town & Gown Summit; University Releases 20 year Campus Plan after Collaboration with Georgetown Community Partnership; Syracuse University Plans to Shift all Housing to Main Campus, 'Core' of College
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-May 26, 2016
Article Titles: Campus Plan Framework to Be Announced; 'Walkability' a Priority for Clemson Down-town, Campus; City of Columbia Exploring New Alcohol Regulations; City and UMASS Lowell Share a Vision for Economic Growth; Millie Kastenbaum '16 Receives Town-Gown Leadership Award
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-May 19, 2016
Article Titles: Campus Communities Focus On Underage and Harmful Drinking Prevention With SAMHSA'S Communities Talk; UMD, College Park Announce Safety Ambassador Pilot Program; St. Paul Police Detail Zeroes in on Student Partyers Conference Aims to Plug the Brain Drain in Eugene-Springfield; Culture Crawl Offers Look at Tallahassee Arts
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-May 12, 2016
Article Titles: An Alcohol Responsibility Program for ITGA Communities: Request for Proposals; MSO, U of M Partnership Tackles Government, Business Solutions; Voters Evenly Split on Legal Marijuana, Poll Shows; Top Cities and Towns for Job-Seeking College Grads; New Official Grew up in College Towns
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-May 5, 2016
Title Articles: Colleges and Universities: Catalysts for Community Improvement; Swipe Right to Find Your Next Roommate; Biggest Alcohol Problem, Over
Consumption; Symposium Addresses Lehigh's Community Engagement; The 10 College Towns Where it is Most Expensive to Live off-Campus
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-April 28, 2016
Article Titles: The 14th Annual RRForum Concludes with Next Steps, New Collaborations; As Municipal Costs Increase, so do Efforts to Get Colleges and Nonprofits to Pay Up; UI Groups Eye Landlords; Fire Victims Leave a Legacy; Active Shooter 101: Police Prepare Bridgewater State for Unthinkable; Concordia University Ties into the Economic Future of the Milwaukee Region
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-April 14, 2016
Title Articles: ITGA Member Cornell University Sponsored Regional Conference; Smarter Bike Share Programs Coming to a Town Near You; Free College, Political Support: Survey of Community College Leaders; Bellhops Moving Company to add 100 Fort Worth Area Jobs for Students; OSU, City to add 5 Officers in Party Crackdown
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-April 7, 2016
Article Titles: The ITGA Conference: What's in it for You?; Cornell Store to Open a Branch in Downtown Ithaca; Reasons to Stay: Building Town & Gown Relations One Fraternity Visit at a Time; Students Give Back Through 'Big Event'; Rutgers Off-campus Living & Community Partnerships Formally Opens New Office; Temple Cracks Down on Off-campus Alcohol Violations
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-March 31, 2016
Article Titles: Northeastern, UMass Boston Turn to Private Developers for Snazzy Housing; $15m Project Possible Downtown; UB Off-campus Living Website Aims to Help Students Choose Quality Housing; Community and Police Talk at Tim Hortons; N.J. College, Town to Study Police Overlap, Collaboration; These College Students Aren't Nodding Off. They're Meditating.
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-March 17, 2016
Article Titles: Tandon Investigates Fraudulent Housing Listings on Craigslist; Nichols First Mass. College to Use Threat-Alert Protection System; Dutch College Town Brings Out Driverless Buses as EU Mulls Rules; College Town Film Festival Calls 'Action' in State College; Campus, Civic Leaders Toast Town-Gown Ties and Training Efforts
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-March 10, 2016
Article Titles: College Park Shows How College Towns are Becoming Hubs of Innovation; Ryerson University and Tangerine Team Up to Launch New 'Thinkubator'; Queens University: Who Controls Discipline?; Wilfrid Laurier University Cracks Down on St. Patricks's Day; Students Swap Clothes to Conserve, Reduce Waste During SustainIU Week; Passports on the Arts Sheds Light on Local Artists
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-March 3, 2016
Article Titles: Law School Panel Considers Town-Gown Land Use Regulations; UMass, Community Coalition Looks to Fort Collins for Registering Off-campus Parties; Alumnus Expands Landlord-Review Site; Off-Campus Shuttle Service Accessible Through App; Maine City Teams With Colby to Revitalize a College Town; Middlebury Bans Energy Drink Sales Citing Ties to 'High-Risk Sexual Activity'
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-February 15, 2016
Article Titles: ITGA & RRF Join Forces to Enhance Alcohol Responsibility in College Communities; University Lectures and Market Traders to Trade Places; Amherst Working to Outlaw Off-Campus Fraternities; Education, Innovation, Incubation and the Next Generation; Town Gown Relations: Common Best Practices; Building Boom for Clemson City, Campus
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-February 18, 2016
Article Titles: ITGA Member to Host Conference on Town & Gown Economic Development; New Tempe Police Chief Hopes to Bring Service and Community to Tempe, Beyond; College will Require Students to Recruit Mentors from Database of Parents, Alumni; Wayne State University to Add Housing; Other Local Colleges Gain Residents; Collaboration Aims to Reduce High-Risk Drinking; U.Va Students Start 'Feel Good' Charitable App
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-February 18, 2016
Article Titles: ITGA Member to Host Conference on Town & Gown Economic Development; New Tempe Police Chief Hopes to Bring Service and Community to Tempe, Beyond; College will Require Students to Recruit Mentors from Database of Parents, Alumni; Wayne State University to Add Housing; Other Local Colleges Gain Residents; Collaboration Aims to Reduce High-Risk Drinking; U.Va Students Start 'Feel Good' Charitable App
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-February 18, 2016
Article Titles: ITGA Member to Host Conference on Town & Gown Economic Development; New Tempe Police Chief Hopes to Bring Service and Community to Tempe, Beyond; College will Require Students to Recruit Mentors from Database of Parents, Alumni; Wayne State University to Add Housing; Other Local Colleges Gain Residents; Collaboration Aims to Reduce High-Risk Drinking; U.Va Students Start 'Feel Good' Charitable App
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-February 11, 2016
Article Titles: New Initiative Expands Commitment to Community Engagement; Orange Looking at How to Curb Chapman Students' Impact on Neighborhoods; Committee Discusses Safety Fee; Discount App Launches in College Park, Promotes Local Restaurants; Scene@CCSU: Town/Gown Initiatives Progressing
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-January 28, 2016
Article Titles: Cornell University to Host One-Day Conference on Economic Development; Investigating Sexual Assault, Regionally; Landlord Organization Launches Online Noise Registry for Sandy Hill; GM Joins Car-Sharing Fraternity; Rethinking the Row: What Will Greek Life Look Like in 20 Years?; UC President Janet Napolitano Announces Plan to Add 14,000 Beds to UC Campuses
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