Upcoming Webinars & Events

Wednesday, November 2, 12:30 pm (ET)

The ITGA Late Night Lunchtime Talk Show: ITGA is proud to announce the launch of a new discussion program that will provide ITGA members and friends access to and engagement with some of the movers and shakers shaping productive town/gown relationships across the country and around the world. 
 
In our first episode, ITGA Board Members Michael Akin and Krisan Osterby, joined by trusty sidekicks Poppy Humphrey and Woody Giles, will introduce the concept for this new quarterly series. Then, Michael will engage in a thought-provoking discussion with Dr. Colette Pierce Burnette, the new President & CEO of Newfields in Indianapolis, IN. To register, click here

Thursday, November 17, 12:00 pm (ET)

Water Cooler Chat Series: Safe Ride and Safe Walk programs are two tools that can be used to promote safety on campus and in the community. The purpose, structure, funding, and administration of these programs vary and can be adapted based on the campus and community needs.

Join us for an ITGA Water Cooler Chat moderated by Colorado State University‚Äôs Off-Campus Life and Police Department to explore, ask questions, and share knowledge about these types of programs. All are welcome and we look forward to a lively conversation. 

If you are not an ITGA member, you will need to pay the non-member rate to participate. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information. To register, click here

Thursday, December 8, 10:00 am (ET)

The Racial Justice and Equity Committee, co-chaired by Summur Roberts, Director, Office of Community Engagement, Loyola University-Chicago, IL. and Nicole B. Prewitt, Ed.D., Director of Programs and Partnerships for Community Engagement, The University of Alabama, will serve as a central hub of conversation, content and policy development for members who envision an equitable and just world. Through an intersectional lens, we will discuss and engage new and innovative ways for members to facilitate healing and liberation for historically marginalized people. In addition, the committee will support long-term systemic change by sharing its learnings in-person, and virtually, across the nation and globally. This committee meets the second Thursday of each month at 10:00 am (CST). To join this meeting, click on this Zoom link.  

 

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