The Queens College Urban Studies Club provides a dynamic, social and less formal venue for exploring the contemporary urban issues that affect the lives of Queens College students. We feature film screenings (with directors’ talks), guest lectures by local academics, urban studies practitioners and activists, brown bags with Urban Studies professors, information sessions on the Urban Studies Internship and MA programs, Careers in Urban Studies seminars and service and experiential learning events and opportunities.

Past events have included:

*Annual Career Development Events
*A Lecture on Chinese Transnationalism
*A Film Screening and Discussion on the Black Panthers
*An Urban Survivalism Workshop
*A Teach-in on Human Trafficking
*Loot, Loot, Loot for the Hometeam (about the building of the new Yankee Stadium)
*Urban Native Americans, Past and Present
*Hunger Awareness Events
*Clothing Drives