Los Angeles, CA
November 3, 2005 6:00 - 8:00pm
The Beaudry B room
The Westin Bonaventure Hotel
404 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA
MIT’s Center for Real Estate is hosting a panel discussion addressing the current and future state of graduate real estate education. We will be joined by academics from the following schools: the University of Wisconsin, the University of Southern California and the University of California at Berkeley.
- Prof. Tony Ciochetti
Professor and Chairman, MIT's Center for Real Estate
- Prof. James A. Shilling
Professor of Real Estate and Urban Land Economics and Department Chair, University of Wisconsin
- Prof. Dolores Conway
Director, the Casden Real Estate Economics Forecast Project, University of Southern California
- Prof. Stephen Chamberlin
Adjunct Professor, Hass Real Estate Group at UC Berkeley
As a part of the program, we are inviting two senior real estate executives to discuss their thoughts on graduation real estate education. What do they see as the value of graduate education? Is there a match between the graduate program’s product and the industry’s need?
- Mr. David Lawrence
Senior Vice President, Hines
- Mr. Wade Judge
Chief Investment Officer, LaSalle Investment Management
Topics to be covered include:
- Why does the real estate industry need graduate education?
- Why should individuals pursue graduate education in real estate?
- How do you ensure the relevance of your program?
- What changes do your see on the horizon?
- What career oaths do your students typically seek?
This event is open to the general public and is free of charge.
To reserve a spot, please click here.
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