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Urban and Regional Planning, University at Buffalo. The PhD program in Urban and Regional Planning at the University at Buffalo. The doctoral program offers diverse research and learning opportunities, with
special capability, international distinction, and emphasis in the following
cities and distressed urban communities
food systems, universal design
3. Sustainability and climate change
4. Transportation systems
Our graduate students have the opportunity to engage with
several centers and labs that are exploring the cutting edge of scholarship in
the above issues. These include the UB Regional Institute, Urban Design Project, Center for Urban Studies, Center for Inclusive Design and Environmental Access, Center for Architecture and Situated Technologies, Food
Systems Planning and Healthy Communities Lab, Research and Education in eNergy, Environment and Water (RENEW), and the Global Health Equity Community of Excellence. These research centers and labs
connect students with faculty with research interests similar to their own and
unique opportunities to pursue focused research at an advanced level. The
program also encourages students to explore other research centers and
interdisciplinary studies across the University at Buffalo, one of the nation's
premier centers for academic excellence and the most comprehensive,
research-intensive university within the 64-campus SUNY system.
Applications are invited from highly qualified and
motivated doctoral candidates interested in pursuing a career in research and
teaching. Selected candidates will be considered for tuition remission and
a competitive stipend. Admitted PhD candidates may also be considered for
competitive financial awards available through sponsored research projects. Candidates must have strong analytical and writing skills. Additional information about the program is available at:
Call for Manuscripts and Papers:
Call for Papers
Special Issue of Journal of Urban Affairs: Actioning the Progressive
Guest Editors: Ronald K. Vogel and Meghan Joy
Submission Deadline: March 31, 2017
There is a serious gap between the problems faced by 21st century
cities and their proposed solutions, which are often small-scale,
siloed and unsustainable. Paradoxically, as cities face the pressures
of poverty, unemployment, social and physical
infrastructure degradation, and pollution, they are being lauded
by other scales of government for their resilience and innovation in
solving wicked problems. Critical urban theory and study highlights
the failures and inadequacies of current neoliberal urban policy and
austerity programs. The tension between problems, solutions, and
expectations in status quo urban policy making begs the question: is
there a progressive alternative for cities that promotes equity,
democracy, sustainability, and justice? It is now time for scholars
to move beyond critiques of neoliberalism to offer a better future
for those who live and work in the city.
In this special issue of the Journal of Urban Affairs, we welcome
both conceptual and case-focused submissions that examine how to
define, build, and action a progressive city in the 21st century. We
recognize that the experience of cities in the global south as well
as the north offer theoretical insights and practical policy
solutions that may move a progressive city agenda forward. We welcome
papers that focus on:
- the values and
principles that define a progressive city;
- how to support
progressive leadership, movements, and coalitions to become
full-fledged political alternatives;
- progressive policy
visions, agendas, and action plans; and
- the institutional
arrangements required to anchor or nurture a progressive city.
considered for publication in this special issue, papers should be
submitted to email@example.com.
All submissions will go through the regular journal review process.
Please follow the JUA Author Guidelines
Wayne State University
Department of Urban Studies and Planning
Assistant/Associate Professor in Urban Planning, Fall 2017
Wayne State University's Department of Urban Studies and Planning (DUSP) seeks candidates for a tenure-track Assistant Professor, beginning August 17, 2017. The successful candidate will teach primarily in our Master of Urban Planning (MUP) program, with the potential for limited undergraduate teaching as well. We seek candidates with experience in teaching and a record of scholarship (or promise thereof) in the broad area of housing, community, and economic development, with appropriate attention to the context and issues facing legacy cities and regions. We will consider candidates at the rank of Associate Professor with tenure, who have at least six years of experience teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in urban studies/planning and a record of excellence in planning scholarship.
Wayne State University is a premier, public, urban research university located in the heart of Detroit where students from all backgrounds are offered a rich, high quality education. Our deep rooted commitment to excellence, collaboration, integrity, diversity and inclusion creates exceptional educational opportunities preparing students for success in a diverse, global society. WSU encourages applications from women, people of color and other underrepresented people. WSU is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.
DUSP is distinguished by curriculum, research, and community engagement that constructively address the issues confronting declining cities and regions, taking full advantage of its location in Detroit. The Master of Urban Planning degree, taught by faculty recently rated among the best in the nation, offers a challenging, fully accredited curriculum aimed at training planning students committed to careers in urban revitalization and sustainability. The Bachelor of Arts degree in Urban Studies builds an understanding of metropolitan areas that utilizes strengths from several social sciences, thereby establishing a firm foundation for multiple careers and further graduate education.
Minimum qualifications for an Assistant Professor: Ph.D. in Urban/City/Regional Planning or related field, completed by August 17, 2017.
Interested candidates should submit Curriculum Vitae, a writing sample, a list and brief description of courses taught, and names of three references, through Wayne State's online portal at jobs.wayne.edu (Position number: F95964; Posting number: 042486). We will notify candidates before contacting references. The committee will begin reviewing applications on February 15. Any questions about the position or the process should be directed to search committee chair Dr. Carolyn Loh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tenure-track, Assistant Professor OR Associate Professor Planning, Development, and Design for Global Health Equity
The School of Architecture and Planning at the University at Buffalo - The State University of New York invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor or associate professor in planning, development, and design for global health equity. The school, in partnership with the university-wide Community of Excellence in Global Health Equity, is looking for expertise in international policy, planning, development, urban design, architecture, and/or construction in the Global South. Both academics and practitioners are urged to apply, as are applicants with experience in a variety of sectors that influence wellbeing, including the planning, design, or construction of infrastructure, housing, healthcare, etc. Candidates with strengths in quantitative, qualitative, or design methods are welcome.
Applicants who have unique work and life experiences in low-income contexts, or who are members of underrepresented minority groups are strongly encouraged to inquire and submit applications. We are committed to developing an excellent and diverse community of scholars and students engaged in research, education, and service.
Qualified candidates must possess a doctoral degree in a planning- or design-related field, a terminal degree and licensure/credentialing in a planning- or design-related field, or a master's degree and extensive work experience in international policy, international development, global health, or allied fields. A strong record or potential for extramural funding, publication, and interdisciplinary collaboration is required. We especially seek candidates with experience or keen interest in curriculum development, innovations in teaching, and student recruitment.
The scholar will be a fellow of the Community of Excellence in Global Health Equity, a transdisciplinary center designed to address the grand challenge of global health inequity. Established in July 2015, this community harnesses the power of applied scholarship in architecture, planning, engineering, and other cross-synergizing (APEX) disciplines. Project teams are working globally to improve air quality, achieve food equity, expand water and sanitation coverage, advance refugee health and wellbeing, reduce drug stock outs, and more. See the work here: https://www.buffalo.edu/globalhealthequity.html.
The School of Architecture and Planning, with approximately 50 full-time faculty and 680 students, is home to the Department of Architecture and the Department of Urban and Regional Planning. The selected candidate will have opportunities to work with undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students. The appointment will reside in one or both departments dependent upon the interests and expertise of the candidate.
The University at Buffalo is a member of the prestigious American Association of Universities (AAU), and is the most comprehensive institution in all of New England. Western New York has unique characteristics that make it an ideal place to live and work. "The City of Good Neighbors," Buffalo is the second largest urban area in New York State. Buffalo is a cultural center with excellent theater, museums, and music, and is among the most affordable cities in the U.S. In addition, the surrounding environment provides convenient access to sailing, boating, and fishing, as well as skiing, hiking, and the beauty of Niagara Falls. For more information, see: http://www.buffalo.edu/about_ub/the-buffalo-niagara-region.html.
Please send a letter expressing your interest in the position, a curriculum vitae, and names of three references (references will only be contacted from seriously considered applicants later in the hiring process), and work samples (e.g., peer-reviewed publications, policy briefs, a portfolio of projects, etc.). For specific inquiries, please contact: Korydon Smith, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, School of Architecture and Planning, and Associate Director of the Community of Excellence in Global Health Equity: email@example.com or 716.829.5908. Applications will be reviewed as received, and review will continue until the position is filled.
Urban Affairs Association (UAA)