- James W. Carey
Urban Communication Grant
- Michael Brill
Grant in Urban Communication and Environmental Design
- Applied Urban Communication Research Grant
- UCF/IAMCR Urban Communication Research Grant
- Gary Gumpert Award:
The State-of-the-Field of
- White Paper Proposal
- AEJMC Gene Burd Urban Journalism Award
- Gene Burd Outstanding Dissertation in Journalism Studies Award
- Jane Jacobs Urban Communication Book Award
- Communicative Cities Award
- Lifetime Achievement & Special Recognition Awards
Gary Gumpert Award: The State-of-the-Field of Urban Communication
The Gary Gumpert Award is given to the applicant whose proposal shows a clear understanding of the state of the field of urban communication with respect to a particular issue or question (as specified by the UCF every year the award is given), along with a clear articulation of how “state of the field” paper will be developed.
Amount of Award: $2500
Please note 2015-2016 award will be announced soon.
Send inquiries and grant proposals to Peter Haratonik firstname.lastname@example.org, Executive Coordinator, Urban Communication Foundation.
Please note 2016 award will be announced in Feb 2016.
Previous Recipients of the Gary Gumpert Award: The State-of-the-Field of Urban Communication
Gary Kreps, Dept. of Communication, George Mason University
Giorgia Aiello, Institute of Communication Studies, University of Leeds, “The Local, The European and the Global: The Visual Material Communication of Urban Space in the European Capital of Culture Scheme.”
Caitlin Bruce, Rhetoric and Public Culture Department of Communication, Northwestern University, “Community Mural Arts, Urban Polemic, and Political Tourism: Place-Based Strategies in Media Space.”
Ece Algan, Dept. of Communication Studies, California State University, San Bernardino, “Transformations in the Media Environment and the Cityscape of Şanlıurfa (Turkey).”
Shannon C. Mattern, Dept. of Media Studies and Film, the New School, “Cities Before Cinema: Mediating Urban Space and Experience Before the Mechanically Reproduced Image.”
Eric Gordon, Dept. of Visual and Media Arts, Emerson College, “Hub2: Using Emerging Technologies to Strengthen Community and Civic Identity in Boston.”
Laura Forlano, Ph.D. Candidate, Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia University, “Generation Mesh: Understanding the Users of WiFi Networks in Urban Spaces.”
Erin D. McClellan, Dept. of Communication, Denison University, “Rhetorics of Place and Space in the Public Squares: Savannah, Georgia.”
Lee Humphreys, Ph.D. Candidate, Annenberg School of Communication, University of Pennsylvania, “Mobile Social Networking in Urban Environments.”
Tim Simpson, University of Macau, China, “Transnational Urban Spaces and Post-Socialist Consumption in Macau.”
Matthew Matsaganis Ph.D. Candidate, Annenberg School of Communication, University of Southern California, “The Role of Communication Space in Building Social Capital.”
Casey Man Kong Lum, William Patterson University, “Outdoor Advertising and Urban Communication: A Study of Outdoor Signs in and Across Contested Urban Landscape in China.”