For many graduate students at the Robinson College of Business, a critical step in their decision process was attending a Road to Robinson event. Check out what four students have to say about their experience.
Master of Science in Real Estate
Dien Nguyen is a metro-Atlanta local. Growing up in Norcross, he attended Meadowcreek High School and graduated in 2005. He […]
Jon Wiley, holder of the Richard E. Bowers Professorship in Real Estate and an associate professor of real estate at Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business, has been appointed to the editorial board of Real Estate Economics.
After 20 years in both residential and commercial real estate, Butler, a native of Washington DC, enrolled at Robinson College of Business to earn her M.S.R.E. “Earning my master’s degree helped me better understand the numbers side of the business and gave me confidence to structure deals and better assess portfolios regardless of size and property mix”
ATLANTA−Jon Wiley, associate professor in the Department of Real Estate and holder of the Richard E. Bowers Professorship in Real Estate at Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business, is No. 2 worldwide for real estate research productivity, according to the Real Estate Academic Leadership (REAL) rankings of the Journal of Real Estate Literature.
Gregory Boler is on the move, and it’s safe to say he had quite a rewarding 2017. From being elected as a future leader of The National Association of Office and Industrial Professionals (NAIOP), an owner and developer trade organization and named to the coveted 40 under 40 listing by the Atlanta Business Chronicle, we are proud to have Greg as a Georgia State Real Estate alumnus.
ATLANTA–Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business is introducing a graduate mentoring program this spring to help MBA and master’s students maximize their graduate program experience, refine their professional goals and build relationships with seasoned industry professionals.
With a bachelor’s degree in finance, Douglas McRae wanted to leverage his analytical skills and his love of people in his career. This quest led him to leave the marketing department at Chick-fil-A, Inc. to pursue a career in commercial real estate.
Jon Wiley Ph.D., Professor of Real Estate at Georgia State University, joins host Michael Bull to discuss how GSU’s real estate program benefits commercial real estate students and professionals.