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UAA News 10/27/2017

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Call for Proposals: Research Grants for Projects Impacting the Latina/o Population

By UAA Executive Office on Oct 27, 2017 09:24 am
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Dear Colleagues,

The John Goodwin Tower Center for Political Studies at Southern Methodist University and the Latino Center for Leadership Development are excited to share a call for proposals for research grants for up to $10,000 for scholarly research projects that have policy implications for the Latina/o population. Faculty with doctoral degrees and students enrolled in doctoral programs at higher education institutions, as well as individuals with doctoral degrees with positions in national and local research-based and public policy institutions and/or organizations are welcome to apply. Applicants may be from any academic discipline. Please see this Tower Center website for more information and for the application link.

We have shared the call for proposals with you because you are affiliated with a professional organization or network that we are targeting for outreach. We encourage you to share this call widely with your networks (through email listservs and other social media), as we seek to fund a diverse set of proposals. The applications are due online 12/15 here. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Danielle Lemi (dlemi@latinocld.com) or Dr. Jennifer Cook (jcook@latinocld.com).

Thank you,

SMU Tower Center
tower@smu.edu
http://www.smu.edu/TowerCenter


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Call for Award Nominations: Alma H. Young Emerging Scholar Award

By UAA Executive Office on Oct 25, 2017 03:05 pm

Nominations due by: December 1, 2017

 

Do you know an emerging scholar?

Nominate a student for the emerging scholar award whose doctoral research is related to urban affairs. The student may be of any academic discipline. The student nominee must have finished their coursework, passed their comprehensive examinations, and have an approved dissertation proposal. The nominator may nominate more than one student, but must have a current UAA membership. Submit your nomination through our online form.

 

Are you an emerging scholar?

Student applicants must have finished their coursework, passed their comprehensive examinations, and have an approved dissertation proposal. The student is not required to hold a UAA membership, however the nominator must be a UAA member. Submit your nominee application through our online form.

 

Award Benefits 

The recipient receives a $1,000 honorarium, a plaque, and a complimentary registration to the conference. The award winner will be presented with the plaque and honorarium at the annual Awards Luncheon held during the spring conference. Modest travel support may also be available. 

 

For more details about the award, criteria, nomination process, and deadlines visit: 

http://urbanaffairsassociation.org/awards/alma-h-young-emerging-scholar-award/ 

UAA Executive Office


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Call for Award Nominations: UAA-SAGE Marilyn J. Gittell Activist Scholar Award

By UAA Executive Office on Oct 25, 2017 02:57 pm
Nominations due by: December 1, 2017

Call for Award Nominations

The UAA-SAGE Marilyn Gittell Activist Scholar Award was established in 2011 to highlight the importance of field-based urban scholarship and promote the dissemination of work by activist urban scholars.  

The award is designed to focus on the research of an individual who is, or has been engaged in field-based research in an urban context (anywhere in the world). The research would ideally incorporate direct engagement with local community-based organizations and/or local residents around a policy area of high importance. 

Award Benefits
UAA provides a special award plaque, an honorarium of $1,000, conference registration waiver, invitation to the annual VIP dinner, and two nights of complimentary lodging. A press release will be prepared announcing the winner. The award recipient will participate in a special session at the annual UAA conference to share her/his research, its findings and implications for practice and policy.

Nominations 
Nominations may be made online by any UAA member. To make a nomination, simply provide the name, institutional affiliation and email address of the individual you wish to nominate. Each nominee will be invited to submit their vitae and any supporting documentation of their community engagement. Previously nominated persons will be added to a pool of potential nominees for each subsequent year. 

Complete details about the award, criteria, deadlines and nomination submission can be found at: http://urbanaffairsassociation.org/awards/marilyn-j-gittell-activist-scholar-award/  

UAA Executive Office

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Award Reminder: Nominate a Colleague for Contribution to the Field of Urban Affairs Award

By UAA Executive Office on Oct 25, 2017 10:55 am

Dear UAA Community Members,

The Urban Affairs Association (UAA) is seeking nominations for the Contribution to the Field of Urban Affairs Award to recognize individuals whose body of work has contributed to defining the field. The award will be presented to one or more individuals at the 2018 UAA Conference in Toronto.

As the UAA Ad Hoc Committee on Recognitions, we are reaching out to you for your assistance in publicizing the award and soliciting nominations. The individual(s) will be recognized for significantly shaping the field of Urban Affairs based on one or more of the following criteria:

  • Scholarship in urban affairs that influences the thinking of academic and practitioners over an extended career;
  • Significant teaching and mentoring of junior scholars; and,
  • Distinguished professional service that advances the work of urban affairs practitioners.

Award recipients receive a plaque, lifetime UAA membership, and lifetime conference registration waivers. Past recipients include Clarence Stone (2014, George Washington University), George Galster (2016, Wayne State University), and Susan Clarke (2017, University of Colorado).

You may submit a nomination using the Contribution to the Field of Urban Affairs Online Nomination Form. Deadline for submitting nominations is December 1, 2017. If you have any questions about the award or the nomination process, please feel free to contact us. Thank you for helping to continue the success of this award and the organization!

Best,

UAA Ad Hoc Committee on Recognitions

Bill Holt (Chair): wholt@bsc.edu
Kathe Newman: knewman@rutgers.edu
Louise Simmons: louise.simmons@uconn.edu


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