The benefits of being a member

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A welcoming & multidisciplinary community

UAA currently has over 700 members. Our membership consists of faculty, graduate students, academic programs, public/nonprofit sector practitioners, and independent researchers/consultants. These members are drawn from over 20 major academic disciplines including all social sciences and policy and administration studies.

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Professional support & recognition

 

What People are Saying

Yasminah Beebeejaun

YASMINAH BEEBEEJAUN, PhD
Senior Lecturer / Associate Professor in Urban Politics & Planning
University College London

I first started attending the Urban Affairs Association conference ten years ago after hearing what a great conference it was. I was a little apprehensive at first, as I only knew a handful of people as a European scholar. I have continued to come back to UAA and was honored to have been elected a member of the Governing Board in 2014. (more…)

A Welcoming and Multidisciplinary Community

Amy Khare PhD

AMY KHARE, PhD
Recent Graduate Student, University of Chicago
Researcher, Policy Consultant, & Adjunct Faculty

Inclusive. Responsive. Cross-Disciplinary. Progressive. These are just a few of the characteristics that UAA embodies. More than an academic association, the leadership and staff within UAA create a community among a variety of professionals: established scholars, policy researchers, activists, local practitioners, and others. (more…)

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Prentiss Dantzler PhD

PRENTISS DANTZLER, PhD
Riley Scholar / Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Colorado College

The Urban Affairs Association creates an environment in which scholars and practitioners can come together to inspire agents of social change. The mentorship, professional development and educational opportunities are unparalleled as junior and senior faculty members engage in a diverse array of intentional activities designed to foster meaningful scholarship and action within the field of urban affairs. (more…)

Professional Development