ITGA Campus-Community Connections Newsletters

ITGA Dateline Newsletter February 22, 2018
Article Titles: Manchester Student Homes Pave the way for Hate Crime Awareness Week; Once-Homeless Student says Youth Housing Would Make a Difference; Community Award Success for Street Wise Scheme; An Off-Campus Addiction and Recovery Treatment Center Will Open to UMD Students this Fall; How the Colorado Smart Cities Alliance is Pushing its Members to 'Advance Faster Together'
ITGA Dateline Newsletter February 15, 2018
Article Titles: Ohio State University, Partners Develop 'Smart Paint' to Help the Visually Impaired Navigate Cities; Presidents from Four Universities in Toronto Partnered to Tackle the Issue of Affordable Housing; Call for Nominations for the 2018 ITGA Awards; The 2018 ITGA City & University Relations Conference; Community Needs, Volunteers Connect in New Online Tool; UMass Party Registration Program to Expand to Hadley
ITGA Dateline Newsletter February 8, 2018
Article Titles: Town-Gown Link: GU's Office of Neighborhood Life; Community Relations Director Sees 'Untapped Opportunities' in Neighborhood Relationship; Mixed-Use Projects Highlight Growth in Amherst; Eight Track and Field Events in Eight Weeks Significant for Local Economy; College Park-UMD Partnership Homeownership Program Received Largest Grant Yet
ITGA Dateline Newsletter February 1, 2018
Article Titles: Case Study: Strengthening Campus-Community Collaboration: Oregon State and the City of Corvallis; Florida State Ban on Greek Life Partially Lifted; St Francis Xavier University to Launch Seven New Living Learning Communities in Residence; Among U.S. Mayors, There's Widespread Concern About Housing Costs, BU Survey Finds; Police Relations and Services in Town-Gown Cities Are Changing in a Positive Way Throughout America; Kutztown Community Partnership Names Sandy Green Community Liaison
ITGA Dateline Newsletter January 25, 2018
Article titles: Full-time Staffer to Provide Affordable Housing Assistance to CSU Employees; Growing the Campus Conversation About Mental Health at Universities and Colleges Across the Country; Master Plan Approved to Guide UW Bothell/Cascadia College Campus Development; Call for Proposals for The 2018 ITGA City & University Relations Conference Closes in One Week; West Virginia Plan for Free Community College
ITGA Dateline Newsletter January 18, 2018
Article Titles: Chapel Hill and UNC Launch a New Party Registration Program; These Towns will help Pay off Student Loan Debt; Safety a Priority for Auburn Campus Community in Wake of Transit-bus Attack; NAU Announces Hire of Emily Allen as new Assistant Vice President for Community Relations; 2018 ITGA Awards: Call for Nominations
ITGA Dateline Newsletter January 11, 2018
Article Titles: Statewide Ban on a Fraternity; New Laws: Reduced penalty for Underage Drinkers, Parking Ticket Limits; University of Scranton Increases its Donation to City Directs Where Funds Should Go; St. Andrews Undergoing a Process of 'Studentification'; Partnerships Lead to Progress
ITGA Dateline Newsletter January 4, 2018
Article Titles: Cuomo Wants Food Pantries at All Public Colleges; How Will Legalizing Marijuana Impact Police Work?; This Survey Found That a Surprising Number of People Don't Lock Their Doors; Manchester Partnership Helps Students Leave 1.3 Million Parting Gift; More Colleges Try Income-Share Agreements
The Dateline Newsletter December 14, 2017
Article Titles: Guiding Concepts for the Oxford-Miami University Town-Gown Initiative Team; County Leaders Sign Agreement to Protect Communities Along Purple Line; Communities of Learners: How Academic Community Engagement Connects 'Town' and 'Gown'; Mayor Sandy Green Presented KU President's Medal; Students, Auditor's Office Team for Local Government Reviews; Federal Government Creates 10,000 Paid Internships for Canadian Students and Recent Graduates
ITGA Dateline Newsletter December 7, 2017
Article Titles: 'Weathering the Storm' Conference Attendees Examine the Role of the Academy in Times of Disaster; Saint Michael's College Offers 'Pop-Up Courses' to Foster Discussion Between Faculty and Students; University of Windsor 'Collaboratory' to Provide Students with Space and Tools to Connect; Cornell Town-Gown Awards Celebrate Careers of Retiring Community Members; Alumni Send Students 1,000 Notes of Kindness and Counting
ITGA Dateline Newsletter November 30, 2017
Article Titles: Other University Communities Emulating Power of Partnership in Centre County; Graduates Pump Millions into Local Economies; Evanston, NU Announce Allocation of 2017 Good Neighbor Fund; UMD Students Recovering from Addiction can opt for an Off-Campus Housing Program Next Fall; Texas State Halts Greek Activities After Fraternity Pledge Dies
ITGA Dateline Newsletter November 16, 2017
Article Titles: Florida State, Michigan Crack Down on Greek Life; Business Improvement Districts Help Cities Stay Ahead of the Curve; Oklahoma State Seeks to Raise Fire Safety Awareness Among Students; UBC Releases Draft of Freedom-of-Expression Statement, asks for Feedback; Town Gown Advisory Board Working to Improve BU, City Relations
ITGA Dateline Newsletter November 9, 2017
Article Titles: Florida State University Bans Greek Life After Student Death; City of Burlington Requests Larger UVM Payment for Downtown Services; GEW Penn State Orchestrates Town and Gown Events for Entrepreneurs; Landlords Talk About Impact of Second-Year Live-On Campus Requirement
ITGA Dateline Newsletter November 2, 2017
Article Titles: The 2018 ITGA City & University Relations Conference Update; What Happened When the University of Maryland Embraced Public Transit; University of Minnesota Students List Troublesome Landlords; Saint Mary's Official Farley Wins National Governmental Relations Award; University of Sussex Students and Staff Spruce Up Brighton Street; GSS Items of Interest: Alcohol & Drug Free Task Force, On-Campus Free Speech and Taboo-Free College Campus Initiative
ITGA Dateline Newsletter October 26, 2017
Article Titles: Lawrenceville's College Corridor to Make City 'College Town'; Overdose Crisis: Mass Naloxone Training Sessions to be Held at UBC; Open Call for Proposals for the ITGA City & University Relations Conference; Boulder Named the Happiest City in America; Connecticut Unveils Community College Merger Plan; University of Illinois to Develop$1.2B Innovation Center in Downtown Chicago
ITGA Dateline Newsletter October 19, 2017
Article Titles: Universities are Helping to Shape City Development; Colleges Using Sober Dorms to Combat Alcohol, Drug Addiction; Call for Proposals Open until February 1, 2018; Governor Declares Emergency Tied to White Nationalist's Planned Speech at U. of Florida; University of Bristol Secures Funding to Grow Small Businesses; U of T, City of Toronto sign MOU to Support Present and Future Collaboration
ITGA Dateline Newsletter October 12, 2017
Article Titles: Call for Proposals to Host The 2019 ITGA City & University Relations ™ Conference; Students Flock to 10/10 Harm Reduction Workshop; $172M New Brunswick Performing Arts Center Breaks Ground; Downtown Princess Anne Transforms with Eye on Future; Cities and Higher Education: Sustainable Growth Through Collaboration at the Intersections; Nottingham Secures Purple Flag Accreditation for Eighth Consecutive Year
ITGA Dateline Newsletter October 5, 2017
Article Titles: Campus and Community Celebrate First CommUniversity Day; How Land Use, Environmental Laws Mediate Desputes between Universities, Colleges and Communities; Call for Proposals for the ITGA City & University Relations Conference; City of Lincoln Committee and Law Enforcement to Tour Gameday Tailgates; Students Map Out Ways to Make L.A. a Friendly Place for the Elderly; USI Partners with Great Plains Development Authority
The Dateline Newsletter September 28, 2017
Article Titles: College Towns Get Boost From Family Weekends; KCCI Launches Campaign to Connect Students & Community; Mental Health Town Hall at RU Bridges a Gap; Tempe and ASU Team Up to Provide New Transportation Options; Purdue 'Newcomers' Invited to Community Networking Event; Talent Drives the Future-and These 17 Communities are Leading the Way
The Dateline Newsletter September 21, 2017
Article Titles: Dining Top Draw for Students in Downtown Scranton; Being Good Neighbors; Town, Gown Join Hands in WSGA; As Legalization Spreads, Marijuana Use Rises Among College Students; Wilmington, UD, Del. State Propose 'Unprecedented Pact'; Town Gown Advisory Board to Meet for First Time in October
The Dateline Newsletter September 14, 2017
Article Titles: Fort Collins, CSU Team Up in New Campus West Office; Nellis Hopes to Continue Strong Relations with City of Athens During Presidency; The College Park City-University Partnership: The 20th Anniversary Forum; Cascadia Corridor Fosters Innovative Partnerships; Ohio State Ups Incentives for Employees to Buy Off-Campus Homes
ITGA Dateline Newsletter September 7, 2017
Article Titles: Student Misbehavior Off Campus Declines in Latest UMass Report; University Fosters Student-Community Relations; University of Florida's Vision for Community Preeminence Earns International Award; Dalhousie Bans Booze During Orientation Week in 'Harm-Reduction' Effort; LION Bash Brings Hope for a More Respectful Student Population; Town/Gown Events Bring Safety Upgrades to Residents Nationwide
ITGA Dateline Newsletter August 31, 2017
Article Titles: Community Relations Director Departure Stirs Concern in Foggy Bottom; Northwest Employees, Community Leaders Celebrate Partnerships, Explore Future Opportunities; Police, Colleges, Bars Prepare for Student Drinkers; Manchester Student Homes Awards 2017; Downtown Street Dance Brings Together Community, UW Students
ITGA Dateline Newsletter August 24, 2017
Article Titles: Mayor to Mayor: Ithaca Mayor Shares What Works in His City With Burlington Mayor; Scavenger Hunt Helps International Students Discover Downtown BG; More People are Moving to College Park-and They're Staying; Report on the Second Annual Ohio Town Gown Summit; U.S.C. Expands in a 'Neglected' Neighborhood, Promising Jobs and More; #YouAreWelcomeHere
ITGA Dateline Newsletter August 17, 2017
Article Titles: As Charlottesville Recovers from Violent Weekend, Alumni Band Together to Help; The Neglected Stepchild of University Life; What Could $1 a Year Buy Chapel Hill? Turns Out a Lot; East Hill Notes: A College Town's Sense of Place; CSU Must Tell Students Cost of Off-Campus Housing Under New Law; How More Cities are Trying to Better Manage Their Nighttime Economies
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