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The Urban Communication Foundation promotes research that enhances our understanding of communication patterns in the urban environment and encourages collaboration between communication scholars, urban planners and policy makers. We support diverse research strategies, recognize noteworthy scholarship in this area and invite participation from all scholars and practitioners studying the various forms of urban communication.

 

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  • Call for papers | Communication and the City: The Role of the Community
    Call for papers | Communication and the City: The Role of the Community
    An International Conference Sponsored by The Urban Communication Foundation & The Institute for Communication Research – Yonsei University June, 3-5, 2016 Conference website http://web.yonsei.ac.kr/communicationandthecity The Communication and the City Conference is sponsoring...
  • Call for submissions: The City as Network for Collaborative Communication(s)
    Call for submissions: The City as Network for Collaborative Communication(s)
    Responding to the 2015 NCA annual convention theme, “Embracing Opportunities,” the Urban Communication Foundation proposes to hold a NCA preconference under the theme, “The City as Network for Collaborative Communication(s).”...
  • 2015 UCF/IAMCR Winner Named
    2015 UCF/IAMCR Winner Named
    IAMCR and the Urban Communication Foundation are pleased to announce that the 2015 UCF/IAMCR Urban Communication Research Grant will be awarded to Olesya Venger, Assistant Professor at the Hank Greenspun...
  • UAA Scholars Receive Urban Communication  Foundation (UCF) Scholarship
    UAA Scholars Receive Urban Communication Foundation (UCF) Scholarship
    The Urban Affairs Association (UAA), the international professional association for urban scholars, researchers and public service professionals, convened its 45th Annual Conference in Miami, Florida – April 8-11, 2015. Over 900 participants,...
  • 2015 UCF White Paper Program
    2015 UCF White Paper Program
    Area of Research: Changing Cities: Migration, Communication and Culture More than half of the world’s population currently lives in cities (UN Habitat), largely as a result of regional and global migration....