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September 2, 2021

ITGA News & Announcements

NEW ITGA Website Launch

We are pleased to announce the new ITGA website, which will debut next week. Our new platform has built-in features that highlight the many activities of our members. Please send photos and articles to so we can share your town-gown work with a global audience.

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Webinars & Upcoming Events

ITGA is rapidly growing and so are the opportunities to engage with ITGA.

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Highlighting Your Community

ITGA and Engaging Local Government Leaders are partnering on GovLove podcast.


National & International Headlines

Memorial Arch Ceremony to Honor 911 Alumni

Stony Brook University honored the 21 alumni who died on Sept. 11, 2001 by engraving their names in the Memorial Arch. This year, they created a more accessible arch as a space for quiet reflection.

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'Operation Warm Welcome' to Support Afghan Arrivals in the UK

A significant cross-government effort is underway to ensure Afghans arriving in the UK receive the vital support they need to rebuild their lives, find work, pursue education and integrate into their local communities.

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Excited Smiles at Rutgers Move-in Day

The time-honored tradition known as Move-In Day at Rutgers was back after the COVID-19 pandemic forced its cancellation last year. Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Salvador Mena said keeping the campus safe will take vigilance.

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Falcons Flock to Downtown for Rally BG on Main

The event was the brainchild of Mayor Mike Aspacher and Bowling Green State University President Rodney Rogers, pictured on the right. The idea for the event was conceived when they discussed ways the city and university could build stronger relationships.

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COVID's Financial Effects on Universities in Canada

A Statistics Canada report is projecting a significant drop in admissions, both domestic and international, which could translate into a CA$1.7 billion shortfall for Ontario’s post-secondary institutions in 2020-21. Nationwide, the damage could total CA$2.5 billion.

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