Cornell's Baker Program in Real Estate offers a comprehensive, professional graduate level curriculum that educates the next generation of real estate industry leaders taught by the largest on-campus real estate field faculty in the country. Cornell is also home to the Cornell Real Estate Council, an extensive network of industry leaders, the Cornell Real Estate Review, conferences, research and industry news, and more. Visit often to discover real estate at Cornell.
- Baker Program Welcomes Alumnus Chandan Banerjee to DSS on November 20th
The Baker Program in Real Estate is pleased to welcome Real Estate Alumnus Chandan Banerjee (MPS/RE ‘04) to the Distinguished Speaker Series on November 20th.
- Baker Program Welcomes Thomas Vecchione to DSS on November 6th
The Baker Program in Real Estate is pleased to welcome Thomas Vecchione to campus for the Distinguished Speaker Series on November 6th at 4:30pm.
- Baker Program Welcomes Jeffrey Whitehead on October 30, 2014
On October 30, 2014 the Baker Program welcomes Jeffrey Whitehead to its Distinguished Speaker Series.
- Westport Capital Partners Founder Russel Bernard to Address Baker Students
On November 13, the Baker Program in Real Estate’s Distinguished Speaker Series will welcome Russ Bernard, Managing Principal of Westport Capital Partners LLC. Bernard is anticipating the...
- Deal-Making Fundamentals & Insights Shared by Real Estate Leaders
The Deal-Making Panel on October 10th at the 32nd Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference in New York City exposed students to the complicated field of negotiations in real estate.
- Real Estate Sector Poised for Continued Job Growth
The 32nd Annual Cornell Real Estate Conference kicked-off with good news for Real Estate job seekers in a Job Barometer presentation led by David Funk, Director of the Baker Program in Real Estate. ...
- 2014 Global Investing Panel Challenges Students and Professionals Alike
The 2014 Cornell Real Estate Conference was held in New York City on October 9-10, 2014. One highlight of the event for students and professionals alike has always been the panels that discuss...
- Baker Program Students Reflect on “Engaging” 2014 Career Summit
On Thursday October 9, Baker Program students arrived in New York City to participate in the 32nd annual Cornell Real Estate Conference. The Career Summit has always been a key component of the...
- Conference Recap: Reimagining Real Estate Panel
The Cornell Real Estate conference was held at Convene in New York City on Thursday and Friday October 9th and 10th. The conference was capped off on Friday afternoon with a unique question and...
- Conference Recap: Spector and Rubenstein Lead Keynote Fireside Chat at Battery Gardens
This year’s conference was highlighted by a reception at Battery Gardens in Lower Manhattan, followed by a dinner and fireside chat on Thursday evening. The fireside chat featured a question and...
The Cornell Real Estate Council (CREC) is one of the largest university-based network of real estate professionals in the country, a sponsor of the Cornell Baker Program in Real Estate, and open by invitation only to real estate industry leaders. Now entering its fourth decade, the CREC is dedicated to advancing real estate education and outreach, and is the founding sponsor of the Cornell Real Estate Review.
Members, who span a range of fields within the industry, also serve Cornell University as a source of expertise in many areas of interest such as investment advice for endowment, planning and property development, student housing, and more. Cornell Real Estate Council members also play a vital part in ongoing real estate activities through the invitation to participate in symposia, deliver lectures, meet with students to offer industry perspectives and case studies, meet with prospective real estate students, serve as a job network for summer and permanent positions, and more.
The Cornell Real Estate Council started with a small group of alumni in the 1970s to over 1,000 present-day members.
The Associate Real Estate Council (AREC) is a University-wide organization of Cornell graduate students interested in real estate. Its members are enrolled in graduate programs from the Baker Program in Real Estate, School of Hotel Administration, Johnson Graduate School of Management, Law School, Engineering, Architecture, and Planning, and others.
A pre-professional organization, AREC organizes and sponsors educational, training, and professional development activities for its members. It also promotes its members to the industry through annual publication of the Graduate Student Resume Book, hosting guest speakers, industry treks, recruiting visits and strengthening the link between students on-campus and the Cornell Real Estate Council.
The Cornell Real Estate Review is a scholarly journal providing a conduit for scholars, professional practitioners, and students to express ideas, concepts and research findings from all fields related to the real estate profession. The Review, unique as a student edited and managed real estate journal, is similar to a Law Review as the student editorial board referees and edits submissions from scholars and practitioners worldwide.
The Review focuses on the interdisciplinary nature of real estate by blending both informative practical papers with application based academic research across the breath of design, business, economics, engineering, finance, law, planning, development, marketing and property management.