From New York to Saint Louis to Boulder to Oakland, students have spent their summer fellowships addressing current issues affecting urban life in the United States. On Tuesday, October 11th, we invite you to celebrate with us as the Urban Studies and Urban Summer fellows showcase their work.
Please RSVP as lunch will be provided.
About the Urban Studies / Urban Summer Fellowships
In the summer of 2000, the Haas Center and the Program on Urban Studies began offering the Urban Summer Fellowship Program. These fellowships focus on issues affecting urban life in the United States. Additionally, the Program on Urban Studies offers its own summer fellowships. 9 Urban Summer Fellowships and 4 Urban Studies Fellowships were awarded in 2016. Both Urban Summer and Urban Studies Fellows have the opportunity to spend a summer working at an organization addressing urban issues (e.g., architecture, community organizing, urban planning, education, and civil rights).