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Lusk Membership

Lusk Center Membership

The ever-changing and complex real estate environment places special demands upon the industry and creates the need for timely interchange and analysis of issues ranging from financial and regional market evolution to changes in the regulatory environment. The USC Lusk Center for Real Estate seeks to provide critical analysis and programming relevant to real estate markets, institutions, and policy. The Lusk Center seeks to foster an exchange of ideas among professionals within the real estate industry and to facilitate interaction and learning among real estate professionals, policymakers, university academics, and students. 

The USC Lusk Center for Real Estate has a variety of exciting opportunities open to public and private industry leaders with an interest in the evolution and analysis of real estate markets, institutions and policy. Lusk Center Members benefit by participating in professional gatherings, academically oriented activities, and research seminars. Members also lead the planning and convening of these forums and share valuable insights and learning with industry leaders, policymakers, researchers, and students. 

Membership to the Lusk Center is available at three levels. The three board level affiliations, Advisory, Executive and Center are recruited by invitation only.

  • Advisory Council is comprised of the highest-level advisors to the Center who are recruited for their unprecedented expertise, insight and industry experience. Advisory Council members help define the future of real estate at USC.

  • Executive Committee members are targeted for their commitment to education and outstanding experience in the real estate industry. The Executive Committee serves as the steering mechanism for the Lusk Board of Directors.

  • Center Membership is for graduates from within the last decade who possess a strong background in the real estate Industry. Center members support the programmatic endeavors of the Lusk Center and real estate education at USC.