Upcoming Speakers and On-Demand Access

With so many learning opportunities all over campus, we’ve provided a few upcoming and on-demand guest lectures and speakers tackling important real estate and land use topics!

Upcoming Speakers

Mayors Forum – September 12th

This special virtual event brings together mayors from cities across the states of the Big Ten in a discussion about how leadership at the city level shapes our national approaches to some of the most pressing issues of the day.  Learn more.

On-Demand Lectures and Speakers

Taubman College Dinkeloo Lecture, featuring Vishaan Chakrabarti, Founder and Creative Director at PAU: Vishaan lectures internationally, was the planner for Manhattan, Principal at SHoP Architects, and the former Director of Columbia University’s Real Estate Program. Vishaan will explore large scale development in the urban context, through his founding of Practice for Architecture and Urbanism, PAU and experience as master planner for Michigan Central Station in Detroit and Brooklyn’s Domino Sugar Factory

The Hudson’s Site: Building a New Detroit Landmark: Joint Ross and Taubman Alum Ryan Schell in dialog with Architect Michelle Kleinman at ShoP on the bold vision and collaboration that was essential to the redevelopment of Detroit’s Hudson’s Site.

Sustainability in Affordable Development with Wendy Carty-Saxon and Matt Grocoff: Wendy Carty-Saxon, Director of Real Estate Development at Avalon Housing, and Matt Grocoff, Principal at THRIVE Collaborative engage in a moderated discussion about Veridian at County Farm, a new paradigm for community building and design.

Integrative Real Estate Seminar Guest Lecture: Valuing Black Lives, Property, and Cities with Andre M. Perry

Andre M. Perry, Senior Fellow at Brookings Metro, scholar in residence at American University, and columnist for the Hechinger Report, in dialogue with Chase L. Cantrell, Taubman College Lecturer and professional in residence at the Weiser Center for Real Estate to discuss Perry’s scholarship on Black-majority cities and institutions in America, focusing on valuable assets worthy of investment.  Andre is a nationally known and respected commentator on race, structural inequality, and education, Perry is the author of the book “Know Your Price: Valuing Black Lives and Property in America’s Black Cities”. Perry is a regular contributor to MSNBC and has been published by numerous national media outlets, including The New York Times, The Nation, The Washington Post, TheRoot.com and CNN.com. Perry has also made appearances on HBO, CNN, PBS, National Public Radio, NBC, and ABC.

Lecture: LA Más

Shaping Future Cities: Chicago

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti in Conversation

The Downtown Grand Rapids Market with URP 390