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About Janet Palmisano

Janet Palmisano is a member of the Recruiting and Admissions team at the George Mason University School of Business.

Mason Real Estate Alum in on Ground Floor of USA’s Tallest All-Timber Office Building

June 18, 2015

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Breaking the 100-year dominance of concrete and steel, construction will start next month on the nation’s tallest modern all-timber structure–a seven-story office building in downtown Minneapolis. If you’d like an update on the progress, ask Mason MS in Real Estate Development alum, Will Tees (Class of 2013). As an associate at PNC Realty Investors, Inc., […]

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New Program Helping Mason Real Estate Students Map Careers

June 15, 2015

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The Mason MS in Real Estate Development program’s individual career counseling initiative is off to a ladder-climbing start. Initiated earlier this year to help students define and achieve their professional goals, the program helps them assess personal strengths, interests, accomplishments and goals to discern the best possible career options. As Program Director Bob Wulff points […]

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Meet MS in Real Estate Student Jeff Schneider, VP Finance, Corbelis

June 10, 2015

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With more than 22 years in real estate finance, Jeff Schneider has more  experience than the average Mason MS in Real Estate Development student. Even so, he is finding that his classroom experience is providing big dividends, both in enhanced knowledge and a rapidly expanding network. You brought a great deal of professional experience to […]

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Regional Thinking Key to Quality Economic Future for National Capital Area

June 1, 2015

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It’s broke and we need to fix it. That was the crux of Bob Buchanan’s presentation on our region’s economic well-being at the annual Leadership in Real Estate Lecture this spring. The lecture is sponsored by Mason’s Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship. And Buchanan offered a very clear solution for maintaining and improving our local […]

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