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Thursday, February 17, 2022

ITGA News & Announcements

New Certificate in Town Gown Relations Launch

Increase your town-gown expertise and expand your professional skills with the Certificate in Town-Gown Relations offered by ITGA. This online six-week program will help you manage and advance relationships and problem solve challenges between colleges and universities and their host communities. Click here to see a full-size version of the flyer you see to the right.


´╗┐Visit ITGA.org for more information. The class is filling quickly, so register early!


Only 12 SPOTS REMAIN OPEN!

REGISTER HERE!
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2022 ITGA Annual Conference in Clemson

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Present.

Share those great ideas.


The Annual ITGA conference is June 6-8 and we need you to make it a success! It's time to submit your proposals on topics that provide insight into the evolving relationships and challenges students, community members, and stakeholders face.


Guidelines? Click HERE!

Submit by Feb. 28!
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Attend.

Hear great ideas and network!


Make plans to attend the 2022 ITGA Annual Conference in Clemson, South Carolina, June 6-8! Network with colleagues, expand your knowledge, and find readily available solutions to common challenges faced by campus-communities globally.


Rates increase Tuesday, March 1.

Register Today!

National and International Headlines

Students Discuss Civic Engagement at Hopkins and in Baltimore

IDEAL, a nonpartisan political student organization hosted a student-led forum to discuss navigating civic engagement. Students shared their initial thoughts on arriving in Baltimore and how those impressions changed since exploring the community beyond the campus.

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New Strategic Partnership Post-COVID

A new strategic partnership between The University of Nottingham and the East Midlands Chamber is set to cement links between academics and businesses to support post-COVID recovery of the region's economy and the leveling up agenda.

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Study: Supportive Texts Can Improve Students' Mental Health

Students who receive a check-in text message from a friend or family member are less likely to experience loneliness or depression, according to a new study from California State University, Fullerton.

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Job Posting: Off Campus Student Life Coordinator, UMass Amherst. Learn more.

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