The Ross Minority Program will be staffing a table at the Building Design and Construction's (BD+C) Women in Design + Construction Conference (WIDC). Visit our booth to learn more about the program.
Connect in person with leading speakers, the BD+C WIDC advisory board, compelling content discussions and new industry relationships.
In partnership with the USC Lusk Center for Real Estate, the Building Industry Association of Southern California's Los Angeles/Ventura Chapter presents
House L.A. 2016.
Join LA Housing Chair Gil Cedillo with special guests LA County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas and LA Mayor Eric Garcetti for an invigorating exploration on how Los Angeles can increase housing production and reduce housing costs.
The 2016 Rena Sivitanidou Annual Research Symposium was held at the University of Southern California University Club on March 25th, 2016. This symposium featured a panel of more than 20 leading scholars in real estate economics drawn from both academic and policy institutions. Participants came from UC Berkeley, UC Los Angeles, Northwestern University, University of Pennsylvania, University of Southern California, University of Texas at Austin, Stanford University, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
The ICSC Foundation and Gap Inc. is offering a $5000 award and fellowship to one applicant admitted to the 2016 Summer Session of the USC Ross Minority Program who is interested in working in the field of retail real estate, and who furthers the interests of underrepresented groups in the real estate industry.
The best and the brightest real estate professionals are coming to the USC Gould School of Law 2016 Real Estate Law and Business Forum on March 10, 2016. The USC Lusk Center for Real Estate has teamed up with the USC Gould School of Law to offer you a more than 10% discount. Join over 500 other opinion and thought leaders, trend setters, and real estate professionals looking to make a difference in Los Angeles -- register now before the Forum sells out!.