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Roosevelt University, Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate and the Chicago School of Real Estate
Posted: 6/07/2019

 

Pasquinelli Family Distinguished Chair in Real Estate

Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate and the Chicago School of Real Estate

Heller College of Business, Roosevelt University

Chicago, Illinois

 

The Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate and the Chicago School of Real Estate at Roosevelt University in Chicago seek an accomplished real estate leader to serve as the Pasquinelli Family Distinguished Chair of Real Estate.

Chicago has an exceptionally dynamic, strong, and comprehensive real estate industry that is a national leader in real estate transactions and development. Major industry firms have a presence in the city and support the Institute’s efforts through its Advisory Board, a key element in the Institute’s success.

The real estate program at Roosevelt University is a leader in developing professionals to serve in a wide array of positions in this industry. The Chicago School of Real Estate offers a Master of Science Degree in Real Estate, a real estate concentration in the MBA program, and a new undergraduate major in real estate. Approvals are being finalized for two Graduate Certificates in Real Estate, one in Real Estate Finance and Investments and one in Real Estate Development. The Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate also sponsors programs addressing the interests and needs of working professionals in all aspects of the industry and supporting student success.

Applicants must provide evidence of successful teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. In addition, evidence of professional service and involvement in the real estate industry is required. The University seeks individuals with at least a master’s degree in business (preferably a PhD or a Juris Doctorate) and significant professional expertise in some of the following areas: real estate development; construction management; public/private development; asset and property management; feasibility and market analysis; and real estate quantitative methods.

Additionally, successful candidates will have a record of accomplishments suitable for appointment to a senior faculty position. The Pasquinelli Chair is a non-tenure track faculty position in the Real Estate Department of the Walter E. Heller College of Business.  The Distinguished Chair appointment is for three-years depending upon annual performance reviews.

Applicants should submit a letter of application addressing their interest and accomplishments in the real estate industry generally and in Chicago specifically, if applicable, as well as on how they would use their expertise to advance the University’s leadership in the Chicago real estate market. Qualified candidates should submit a curriculum vitae and the names and contact information for three references to http://jobs.roosevelt.edu. Direct all inquiries to Professor Thomas Hamilton, Fogelson Distinguished Chair of Real Estate and Chair of the Search Committee for the Pasquinelli Family Distinguished Chair, Chicago School of Real Estate, Roosevelt University.

Screening begins in May 2019 and continues until the position is filled.

 

Roosevelt University welcomes women, LGBTQ+, disabled, international, and minority-classified individuals as applicants for all positions.

 

Posted 5/19



 
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