May 25, 2023
ITGA Conference Keynote Panel Sessions
Centering Voices for a Healthy, Just and Inclusive Fort Collins Thursday, June 8, 8:00am
Panelists: Duan Ruff, Director of Black/African Cultural Center, CSU; Claudia Menendez, Equity Officer, City of Fort Collins, CO; Elijah LeVane, former CSU student; Summur Roberts, Facilitator, Co-chair Racial Equity and Justice Committee of ITGA. Abstract.
Evolving Practices: A Panel Discussion on Community Policing Friday, June 9, 8:00am
Panelists: Jay Callaghan, Chief of Police, CSU; John Feyen, Sheriff, Larimer County; Greg Yeager, Deputy Chief of Police, Fort Collins, CO. Abstract.
Upcoming ITGA Webinars and Events
New Conference Attendee Virtual Meet & Greet-Wednesday, May 31, 12:00pm-12:45pm (EDT): Is this your first time attending the ITGA conference? If so, you are invited to bring your favorite beverage to join us for 45-minutes and get familiar with other attendees, facilitated by those in ITGA leadership. Get your questions answered and learn what to expect before landing in Colorado! Other first time attendees are excited to meet you. To register, click here.

SAVE THE DATE: June 14, 2023, 12:00-1:15 pm (EDT)- Join us for the first in a series of conversations on campus and community housing. More info available soon.
National & International Headlines
T-G Relations Celebrated through Jack Wood Award
The Office of Government and Community Relations at George Mason University recognizes individuals and groups who demonstrate leadership in fostering mutually beneficial relationships.
Mayor and University President Discuss PILOT
Talks over renewing an agreement over payments in lieu of taxes between Brown University and the City of Providence are “making good progress” said Mayor Brett Smiley.
Many Students Craving More Connection with Peers
After a difficult few years of remote study and campus ‘ghost towns’, how can universities bring students back together? That’s one of the areas explored in this year’s Australian and New Zealand Student Wellbeing Survey.
Switzerland to Expand Cannabis Trials
Switzerland has given the green light to more cities to launch trials on the sale of legal cannabis to assess the health and social effects of legalization. The study will investigate effects of a strictly regulated sale of cannabis in pharmacies.
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