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Thursday, March 31, 2022

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ITGA is accepting nominations for the ITGA Presidential Excellence Award and the Larry Abernathy Award. Both awards highlight the extraordinary accomplishments of ITGA members. To submit a nomination or view 2021 award winners, click here. The deadline for submissions is April 15.


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National & International Headlines

Changing the Narrative About Student Homelessness Through Art

This project at Portland State University seeks to change the narrative around homelessness with a series of research-based comics. These comics were created with a research team, community partners, artists and research participants.

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To Tackle Inequity, Look Closer at Student Experiences

There has been increasing research internationally on how COVID-19 pandemic has affected the higher education sector and its students. This Australian study shows how the pandemic has increased barriers to higher education participation.

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What a Legal Battle Says About College Housing Affordability

College students across the country are facing a crisis. It is not just the cost of attending college, which has steadily been climbing. And it's not the stress of getting into post-secondary education. The problem is housing. For students, the issue is pertinent.

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University Gives Landlords Funding to Improve Student Safety

Officials at Temple University have revealed plans to improve student safety, including providing off-campus landlords with funding. Temple announced the new grant program after a campus survey found only 56% students felt safe in their surroundings.

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How Miles College Leads the way with Public-Private Partnerships

Less than a year after Bobbie Knight became the first woman president of Miles, the Miles College elected to make her permanent. Since then, Miles has seen enrollment over 1,500 and a 500 percent increase in private gifts.

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