University Programs Try to Help Women, Minorities Rise Through CRE Ranks

University Programs Try to Help Women, Minorities Rise Through CRE Ranks

The commercial real estate industry may be making strides in becoming more diverse than it has been in the past, but judging by the number of women and minorities enrolled in graduate-level university real estate programs, it’s still trailing the rest of the business world.

Today, most law schools and MBA programs boast classes that are made up of 50 percent or more women, according to Jon B. DeVries, director of the Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Esta

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