Melina Duggal, ACIP will serve as the Interim Director for Real Estate Development Activities at Taubman College and the Interim Director for the Weiser Center for Real Estate at the Ross School of Business. Duggal is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor of Practice at Taubman College where she teaches courses in real estate. She brings more than 25 years of real estate industry experience as a practitioner. She has also taught real estate courses at George Mason University and the University of Maryland. As President of Duggal Real Estate Advisors, Duggal conducts feasibility studies, market analyses, financial analyses, and redevelopment strategies for real estate projects and clients. She received her Master of Urban Planning and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Michigan.
Real Estate Development at the University of Michigan offers an undergraduate minor and a graduate certificate to students in many fields. The undergraduate minor in real estate development and the graduate certificate in real estate development allow students to supplement their major areas of study with broad knowledge about making substantially better metropolitan developments. The graduate program also offers a stand-alone certificate for those full-time and part-time students who want to focus only on real estate development.
The Weiser Center for Real Estate at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business connects the next generation of real estate professionals with the tools necessary to make a positive and equitable impact on built environments. The Center is a hub for real estate at the University of Michigan, providing students with educational and professional development opportunities, supporting applied research responsive to the needs of industry and policymakers, and serving as a catalyst for interdisciplinary collaboration at the university and beyond.