Town & Gown Association™ Newsletter, October 10, 2019
ITGA Internship Program
The ITGA Outreach Committee is launching a student intern program that will benefit both the student experience, as well as ITGA organizational needs. Funding is provided by campus-work study or related programs. It will also provide an opportunity for staff and students from different campuses to connect on shared interests. If you are interested in connecting with this program, or for more information, e-mail email@example.com.
ITGA: On Young Professionals
ITGA members Larissa Ennis (University of Oregon) and Douglas Shontz (Borough of State College, PA) are creating an ad hoc committee for young and early career professionals to discuss shared interests, enhanced ITGA social media strategies, and potential presentations or break-outs at our international or regional conferences. A lead goal is to engage with new networks and help build initiatives to serve the greater ITGA membership. If interested, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Oct. 11.
ITGA Student Engagement
Fourth in a Series of representative collaborations
Fort Hays State University/Hays Kansas: "FHSU student giving back in honor of her sister." Learn more. University of Miami, Coral Gables Florida: "Gandhi Day lets students give back to community." Click here to read article. Student volunteerism and engagement provide countless benefits for ITGA college towns. Would you like student engagement from your community or campus to be highlighted in this space? E-mail email@example.com.
Neighborhood Identity In a College Town
ITGA members College Park & University of Maryland
The Washington region is home to dozens of educational institutions. In many college towns and neighborhoods, demographics are changing. The city council of College Park recently passed a nuisance ordinance billed as a way to improve the community. Council Member John Rigg and other members of the University of Maryland community sit down with Kojo to discuss the new ordinance and what it means for the identity of College Park.
UKTGA 2020 Conference: Save the Date
University of Birmingham, UK
We are delighted to announce that following the success of UKTGA 2018 held at Queen's University Belfast, our 2020 Conference will be hosted by the University of Birmingham Monday, 9th of November-Wednesday 11 of November 2020! UKTGA 2020 will provide delegates with the opportunity to network, learn new concepts and share leading practices to ensure the effective management of town gown relations. If you have initial questions or are interested in hosting a session, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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ITGA's growing network of members, now in 38 U.S. states, the U.K. and Canada, continues to break new ground in addressing today's town-gown challenges and opportunities. Our collective populations and missions are diverse in nature and cover every aspect of progressive college town life, from quality-of-life issues to economic development. Among many benefits, members receive weekly newsletters, and have access to the ITGA Listserv and a regularly updated resource center. Contact Susan@itga.org for more information.
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ITGA News & Announcements
Webinar: Making the 2020 Census Count. To access the recording and/or PowerPoint, visit www.itga.org.
Save the Date: The 2020 ITGA City & University Relations Conference:Join us in Boulder, CO for the ITGA Annual Conference, June 1-3. RFPs and conference registration open in November. Questions? Contact Susan@itga.org.