The Colvin Case Study Challenge is a national intercollegiate real estate case study competition for full or part-time students enrolled in a college or university real estate program (undergraduate or graduate). The Challenge is to document a recent innovative real estate project within the team’s metropolitan region.
The Fall Lecture, Women in Real Estate Development, will take place on October 3. This is an exciting panel made up of leading women in the industry. Panelists include: Pamela Askew, WC Smith; Victoria Davis, Urban Atlantic; Leila Finucane, Victory Housing, Inc.; and Julie Smith, The Bozzuto Group.
MRED alumni and current MRED student happy hour will be held on September 19 from 4:30-7:30 pm at Burton's Grill in College Park/Riverdale (near the new Whole Foods). Come for complimentary appetizers, a cash bar and stay for the networking and fun!! Please RSVP to Carrie Chard at email@example.com (for planning purposes).
The University of Maryland’s Colvin Institute of Real Estate Development honored five outstanding individuals on March 6, 2018 for their innovative and entrepreneurial approaches to real estate development. The 2018 Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Real Estate Awards recognized Horning Brothers’ Joseph Horning and David Roodberg, Kelly Sweeny McShane, Abraham Rosenthal and Adrian Washington for their outstanding work in revitalization and placemaking, creative problem-solving, collaboration and long-term solutions to urban challenges in the state, region and beyond.
The winners of the 2nd Annual Colvin Case Study Challenge is SUNY-Buffalo's Christopher Tringali and Kevin Turner! Their project The Delaware North Building took top prize on Dec 9! Pictured here with advisor Mark Foerster.
First Place: Kevin Turner and Christopher Tringali School: SUNY Buffalo Project: Delaware North Building, Buffalo, New York Faculty Adviser: Mark Foerster Mentor: David Stebbins