We are committed to student success. In addition to providing valuable educational and professional development opportunities for our undergrads and MBAs, we advise and mentor. We're approachable.
Our Faculty Directory is David Gross, PhD, MBA, one of the nation’s top real estate finance professors. The faculty includes full-time instructor Curtis Sears; and five lecturers with industry experience in law, architecture, and development.
Under the leadership of Executive Director Michael P. Kercheval, the Center staff strives to enrich the student academic experience. Whether supporting students in advising capacities or developing innovative industry engagement opportunities, our staff is second to none. Get to know the Center staff—we're here to help.
International Advisory Board
Was established to provide a connection between the Center and top real estate executives, national markets, and international networks.
The council membership organization gathers quarterly and meetings cover everything from market conditions and the latest economic data to CU Boulder updates. Student mentoring, hands on internship and job placement, networking, and industry-engagement opportunities are also discussed.
Meet the students studying Real Estate at the Leeds School of Business. Download the Book of Resume's featuring students from the Undergraduate Real Estate Program, Master's in Real Estate, First-Year and Second-Year MBA Programs.
The Leeds mentoring programs recently received the highest level of accreditation of 'Gold Level' from the International Mentoring Association, making the program internationally recognized as model programs and leaders in mentorship among higher education institutions. The mentoring programs at Leeds support student success by incorporating mentoring with hands-on learning, professional skills development, leadership opportunities, and connections with Leeds alumni, supporters, and corporate partners. For more information on how to become a mentor, go to leedsmentoring.colorado.edu.