Call for Papers-Impact of Aging-Due March 1st

February 14, 2019By Megan BruzanUAA Community News

Economic Development Quarterly (EDQ) is seeking research manuscript proposals for a special issue on the impact of an aging workforce and population on regional economic development. The regional impact of the aging workforce and general population has received considerable attention in the popular media. While fast-growing regions are competing for young, educated adults, other communities, … Read More

Entrepreneurship Research Bootcamp – Call for Applicants (Deadline: February 25, 2019)

February 8, 2019By Megan BruzanUAA Community News

The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation will host a bootcamp for entrepreneurship research on May 19 – 23, 2019 in Kansas City, Missouri. The program will include two components. The first component is a three-day practical immersion to observe and participate in an annual convening of the Foundation, which brings together hundreds of entrepreneurs, entrepreneurship support … Read More

Global Urban Studies Doctoral Program Invites Applications for Funded Positions

February 5, 2019By Megan BruzanUAA Community News

The Ph.D. program in Global Urban Studies at Rutgers University-Newark has funding available for highly qualified candidates to begin studies this Fall 2019. Please contact co-directors Dr. Mara Sidney (msidney@newark.rutgers.edu) and Dr. Sean Mitchell (seantm@rutgers.edu), and see the Global Urban Studies website for more information. We offer funded opportunities to take part in collaborative faculty-student … Read More

University of Louisville PhD Funding Available (Deadline Extended: March 1)

January 30, 2019By Megan BruzanUAA Community News

The Ph.D program in Urban and Public Affairs at the University of Louisville has funding available for highly qualified candidates to begin studies this Fall, 2019 (August). Please contact Dr. David Imbroscio at imbroscio@louisville.edu or see the Urban and Public Affairs website for more information. The deadline for applications (including GRE scores and all other … Read More

Invitation to Publish: Interdisciplinary Journal of Signage and Wayfinding (Deadline April 1, 2019)

January 30, 2019By Megan BruzanUAA Community News

AN INVITATION TO PUBLISH Interdisciplinary Journal of Signage and Wayfinding DEADLINE: April 1, 2019 PUBLICATION: June 30, 2019 The Interdisciplinary Journal of Signage and Wayfinding seeks to provide a forum where scholars from a variety of academic disciplines (such as law, planning, engineering, business, art, economics, architecture, landscape architecture, industrial design, and graphic design) may … Read More

EDQ Call for Paper Proposals: Due March 1st

January 24, 2019By Megan BruzanUAA Community News

Economic Development Quarterly (EDQ) is seeking research manuscript proposals on the impact of housing affordability on economic development and regional labor markets. Authors of the selected proposals will be invited to share their complete research findings at a two-day conference hosted by the W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research and The Metropolitan Center, Steven J. … Read More

Take a Survey About Diversity in the Planning Profession

January 17, 2019By Megan BruzanUAA Community News

The American Planning Association recently adopted a Diversity and Inclusion Strategy to improve the workplace and professional environment for diversity and promote the understanding and practices of diversity and inclusion both within and outside the planning community and profession. You are invited to participate in a Planning Practitioner Diversity Climate Survey jointly conducted by APA, … Read More

CFP Architecture & Film Symposium | Papers due Feb 3

January 15, 2019By Megan BruzanUAA Community News

The 2019 Architecture & Film Symposium, Of performance, explores ideas that intersect at the development of concept, context, and making in the overlapping domains film and architecture. Hosted by the Texas A&M University College of Architecture, the symposium adopts cinematic representations of the built environment as a cultural lens for interdisciplinary theoretical debate. It exploits … Read More