First meeting of Council of University Institutes for Urban Affairs (CUIUA).
Tax exempt status granted as a 501©3 organization.
Secretariat established at University of Delaware.
Mary Helen Callahan becomes Executive Director.
First conference award established: Best Paper Award.
Journal of Urban Affairs (JUA) Editorship moves to University of Louisville.
Council of University Institutes for Urban Affairs (CUIUA) changes its name to Urban Affairs Association (UAA).
Individual members gain voting rights in UAA elections.
UAA supports initial meetings that lead to start of the European Urban Research Association (EURA).
Journal of Urban Affairs (JUA) ranks #1 out of 28 urban journals in international rankings.
Financial recovery and strategic planning
Laura Reese (Michigan State University) begins Journal of Urban Affairs (JUA) editorship.
UAA Executive Office relocates to University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
San Francisco conference attracts record-setting 900 attendees.
Igor Vojnovic (Michigan State University) begins Journal of Urban Affairs (JUA) editorship.
Bernadette Hanlon (Ohio State University) becomes Journal of Urban Affairs (JUA) Editor.
UAA 50th Anniversary Conference held in Washington, DC (April 12-14).