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Thursday, January 6, 2022

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Open Call for Proposals

Clemson University and the City of Clemson are excited to host the ITGA 2022 City & University Relations Conference, June 6-8. We are seeking innovative and collaborative proposals on topics that provide insight on the continuously evolving relationships impacted through a variety of challenges faced by students, community members and other stakeholders. Click here to learn more.

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ITGA Conference 'Coming Home' to Clemson

The ITGA conference will be held in person for the first time since 2019. It will be "a homecoming" for participants and organizers alike. "We are eager to host the ITGA conference and look forward to everyone sharing best practices with each other," said Clemson Mayor Robert Halfacre.

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CU Boulder Responds to Impacts of Devastating Fires, High Winds

After last week's devastating fires, the extent of the damage and destruction in the Boulder County community is becoming more clear. While the fires did not reach the CU Boulder campus itself, hundreds of students, faculty and staff have been directly affected.

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FIU Awarded Grant to Advance University-Community Partnership

APLU and USU have awarded a grant to FIU to further its partnership with local organizations and businesses, aimed at providing students with the skills they need to enter the workforce upon graduation. The initiatives target low-income, first-time-in-college students.

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With COVID Surging, Many College Students are Confined in Isolation

Thousands of college students ended 2021 and will begin 2022 in isolation and quarantine as the omicron variant surges in the United States. For school administrators, the sudden outbreaks sparked logistical scrambles to get students housed away from others.

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Quinnipiac Buys Up Homes in Hamden

Quinnipiac is expanding their off-campus housing by buying new homes in a Hamden neighborhood. According to university spokesman, John Morgan, the university has been buying residential properties for student housing for more than two decades.

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