Experts in any niche

The Cornell Baker Program in Real Estate boasts the largest full-time real estate faculty in the country. Comprising faculty from four colleges at Cornell, the Baker Program includes experts to research, advise, and teach real estate classes in any specialty within the industry.

  • Warren Bailey, professor, Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management
  • Richard Booth, professor, Department of City and Regional Planning
  • Nancy Brooks, visiting associate professor, Department of City and Regional Planning
  • Thomas J. Campanella, associate professor and director of undergraduate studies, Department of City and Regional Planning
  • John Carruthers, associate professor, Department of City and Regional Planning
  • Suzanne Lanyi Charles, assistant professor,┬áDepartment of City and Regional Planning
  • Jeffrey Chusid, associate professor, Department of City and Regional Planning
  • Jack Corgel, emeritus, School of Hotel Administration
  • Dragana Cvijanovic, associate professor, School of Hotel Administration
  • Cody A. Danks Burke, visiting professor of practice, Department of City and Regional Planning
  • Kieran Donaghy, emeritus, Department of City and Regional Planning
  • Kenneth Hover, professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Adam Klausner, senior lecturer, School of Hotel Administration
  • Nicholas Klein, assistant professor, Department of City and Regional Planning
  • Daniel Lebret, senior lecturer, School of Hotel Administration, and director of graduate studies for the Baker Program in Real Estate
  • Crocker H. Liu, Robert A. Beck Professor of Hospitality Financial Management, School of Hotel Administration
  • Peng (Peter) Liu, associate professor, Singapore Tourism Board Distinguished Professor in Asian Hospitality Management, School of Hotel Administration
  • Daniel Quan, Robert C. Baker Professor in Real Estate, School of Hotel Administration
  • Henry Richardson, emeritus, Department of Architecture
  • Alexei Tchistyi, associate professor, School of Hotel Administration
  • Michael Tomlan, professor and historic preservation planning director, Department of City and Regional Planning
  • Maria Wolfe, senior lecturer, School of Hotel Administration