The Urban Studies Society is established as an LMU student organization (1) to promote the academic interests of the LMU Urban Studies Program and its students, (2) to provide a forum for the discussion of issues related to modern urbanization and Urban Studies on the LMU campus, (3) to serve as a resource for students interested in career preparation in areas related to Urban Studies, (4) to serve as a mechanism for the promotion of community service by the Urban Studies Programs and its students in a manner consistent with the University goals, and (5) to function as a vehicle for the promotion of interaction between students majoring in, minoring in, interested in, and/or taking classes in Urban Studies.
As a student organization, the activities and events of the Urban Studies Society are up to the current students’ interests. Past activities have ranged from hosting graduate school fairs to constructing a pocket park in a downtown Los Angeles neighborhood. Get involved and help make the Urban Studies Society an integral part of your experience as an Urban Studies student.
For the 2013-2014 school year, Society officers are President Spencer Robert and Vice President Shawn Troedson.
For more information or to get involved, send an email to the Society.