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The University of Wisconsin is home to the oldest undergraduate program in Real Estate and the oldest graduate program in Real Estate in the United States. Our graduate programs feature the one-year MS program, the full-time MBA program specializing in Real Estate, and the Global Real Estate Master Program. The Real Estate Club began here in the late 1970's and has grown to be one of the largest student-run organizations on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus.

Open to both graduate and undergraduate students, the club meets monthly to hear from real estate professionals and practitioners. Our speakers cover a wide range of topics including the debt markets, development, REITs, green building, and institutional trends. As one of the top ranked programs in the country, we facilitate countless opportunities to engage lecturers, guests, and alumni from across the globe.

We are proud to work closely with the Wisconsin Real Estate Alumni Association to continue the Badger tradition of connecting our students with networking opportunities within the Real Estate industry.
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read more › Thomas Zale serves Northwestern Mutual in the position of vice president-real estate. He is responsible for the company's investments in mortgage loans and real estate. He holds two degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He received a B.B.A. degree in real estate and economics in 1988 and an M.S. degree in real estate and finance in 1995. Dan is currently vice president at American Campus Communities, and has worked at the company for nine years. Like many of us, Dan completed his BBA at UW-Madison.

read more › Thank you to all who came to our third meeting this semester! Special thanks to Thomas Zale, Vice President RE of Northwestern Mutual, for coming and discussing about manufactured housing. Meet this weeks guest speaker, Thomas Zale. He serves Northwestern Mutual in the position of vice president-real estate. He is responsible for the company's investments in mortgage loans and real estate. He holds two degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He received a B.B.A. degree in real estate and economics in 1988 and an M.S. degree in real estate and finance in 1995.

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