Archived Releases

Imran Ahmed, Executive Managing Director at CBRE Capital Markets to Address Baker Students

Imran Ahmed, Executive Managing Director at CBRE Capital Markets, will be addressing Baker students on February 19 for the Program’s weekly Distinguished Speaker Series. Ahmed brings with him an extensive […]

Former Mayor of Ithaca, Alan Cohen, to Address Baker Students

The Baker Program in Real Estate is pleased to welcome former Mayor Alan Cohen back to Ithaca, NY for the Distinguished Speaker Series on February 26. Cohen’s vast experience in […]

Associate Real Estate Council Inaugurates New Executive Board, Looks Forward to Productive Year

Cornell Associate Real Estate Council 2015 Executive Board Co-President: Martin Moser (Baker ’16) Co-President: Aditya Dikolkar (MPS/MBA ’16) Vice President, Careers (Baker): Sameer Godiwala (Baker ’16) Vice President, Careers (Johnson): […]

Pathways: Jermaine Gause, Investments Manager at AvalonBay Communities

In a series of discussions the Cornell Real Estate Review has dubbed “Pathways in Real Estate,” the Editorial staff has reached out to a number of Baker Program in Real Estate alumni […]

Construction Planning & Operations Project Provides Baker Students Useful Experience

Cornell’s Baker Program in Real Estate is known as the most comprehensive, well-rounded Graduate-Level Real Estate program in the country. The courses that Baker students take at Cornell’s College of […]

Baker Team Achieves Third Place at University of Texas – Austin Real Estate Case Competition

Throughout the Fall semester, a team of Baker Program in Real Estate and Johnson Graduate School of Management students were busy preparing for the annual University of Texas National Real […]

Course Spotlight: Introduction to Green Real Estate

The Baker Program in Real Estate enjoys the vast resources of Cornell University, offering students the opportunity to take hundreds of elective courses in many areas of study. One cornerstone of this privilege is the longtime partnership between Baker and the City and Regional Planning Program (CRP). In the Fall 2014 semester, Baker students have been able to take advantage of CRP’s newest course: Introduction to Green Real Estate. In this course, students become acquainted with one of the fastest-growing, cutting-edge sectors of the industry.