On August 23, 2012 Dr. Elaine Worzala and Ellen Mundy, MRED '13 participated in a CREW Network Leadership Series webinar. The "Did Someone Say Back to School?" webinar explored various Master of Real Estate Development programs.
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On April 2, 2012, The Center hosted the inaugural Golf S.O.S. - a Symposium on Sustainability. Guest speakers included Joe Beditz, President and CEO, National Golf Foundation, Bobby Weed, CEO, Bobby Weed Golf Design, A.J. (Buddy) Thompson, Jr. M.D., and John Reed, CEO, Reed Development. Bobby Weed was awarded The David Hueber Award for leadership and innovation in sustainable golf community development.
Please read the full press release here.
Featured articles in other publications:
Club and Resort Business
The Anderson Independent
Permar Diana Permar, March 1, 2012
The Charles Fraser Lecture Series presented Diana Permar in 111 Lee Hall Auditorium. "Listening Between the Lines: Lessons learned from Charles Fraser and the role of research in community creation". You may read her presentation here.
The summit was an amazing success and we sincerely thank our sponsors, speakers and attendees - we are already planning for 2013.
If you would like to support this event and our students you may make your donation here: href="https://cualumni.clemson.edu/give/ecoplosion#Ecoplosion">https://cualumni.clemson.edu/give/ecoplosion#Ecoplosion
Or mail your check to:
The Clemson University Foundation
Attn: Chrissy Mazer
2-210 Lee Hall
Clemson, SC 29634
J. Terrance Farris, CRE
For the eighth year in a row since the beginning of the SIOR/CCIM/Greater Greenville Association of Realtors Annual Market Forecast, Dr. Terry Farris moderated the October 6, 2011 forecast session including presenting Upstate Market Trends and introducing Mr. Ted Abernathy, Executive Director of the Southern Growth Policies Board. This annual luncheon in Greenville attracts around 250 key executives from the real estate industry.
Dr. Farris presented two papers about the implications of urban renewal history on strategies for redeveloping shrinking cities at two primarily faculty oriented national conferences: the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning on October 15th in Salt Lake City and the Society for American City and Regional Planning History on November 19th in Baltimore. pdf
The papers are an outgrowth of Dr. Farris’s spring 2011 sabbatical and continuing research into urban renewal history nationally and in the City of St. Louis.
J. Ronald Terwilliger February 24, 2011
The Richard H. Pennell Center for Real Estate Development in conjunction with
The Charles Fraser Lecture Series (pdf)
Leadership and Landscape Change Symposium Creating a Vision for the Future May 18-21, 2008 ( pdf)
2008 RERI Annual Research Conference April 29-30, 2008 ( ppt)
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