Annual Student Research Forum Archive

19th Annual Student Forum
USP 50th Anniversary Spring Forum
City As Solution: Building the New Urban Agenda
Keynote Speakers: Eoin O’Neill, University College Dublin
April 18, 2015

18th Annual Student Forum
Self-Propelling Agents and Social Flow
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Silvia Domínguez, Northeastern University
April 27, 2013

17th Annual Student Forum
Occupy and Organize: Can Social Movements Fix the Urban Crisis?
Keynote Speaker: Peter Dreier, E.P. Clapp Distinguished Professor of Politics, Occidental College
April 28, 2012

16th Annual Student Forum
Retrenchment, Revitalization, or the Right to the City?
Keynote Speaker: Donald Mitchell, Distinguished Professor of Geography, Maxwell School at Syracuse University
April 2, 2011

15th Annual USP Student Forum
The Changing City
Keynote Speakers: D. Bradford Hunt and Ronit Bezalel
April 10, 2010

14th Annual USP Student Forum
City Life: Emerging Perspectives
Keynote Speaker: Laura McEnaney, Whittier College
April 4, 2009

13th Annual USP Student Forum
Toward a ‘Just’ Sustainability
Keynote Speaker: Julian Agyeman, Tufts University
April 12, 2008

12th Annual USP Student Forum
Back on the Block: Sidewalks, Streets, and Neighborhoods
Keynote Speaker: Mary Pattillo, Northwestern University
April 14, 2007

11th Annual USP Student Forum
America’s New Black Ghetto: Local Politics and the Global Trope
Keynote Speaker: David Wilson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
April 29, 2006

10th Annual USP Student Forum
Processes, Challenges, and Change: A Decade of Urban Discourse, 1996-2005
Keynote Speaker: Douglas W. Rae, Yale School of Management
May 7, 2005

9th Annual USP Student Forum
Social Research and Urban Life
Keynote Speaker: Dr. John Logan, University at Albany, New York
April 24, 2004

8th Annual USP Student Forum
The Politics of Knowledge in the Post-Liberal City
Keynote Speaker: Alice O’Connor, University of California, Santa Barbara
April 26, 2003

7th Annual USP Student Forum

6th Annual USP Student Forum
The Urban Discourse: Problems and Prospects
Keynote Speaker: Stephen Steinberg, Queens College
March 31, 2001