Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Last April, Drew Sanderford, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Planning, received two best paper awards at the 33rd Annual Meeting of the American Real Estate Society (ARES) in San Diego. "Residential Diffusion Indices for LEED, Energy Star, and the National Green Building Standard", co-authored with Elizabeth Cameron and Spenser Robinson of Central Michigan University, was selected as the Best Paper in the Sustainable Real Estate category. "Innovation Districts at the Crossroads of the Entrepreneurial City and the Sustainable City", co-authored with Dustin Read, was selected as the Best Paper in the Mixed-Use Properties category. The NAIOP Research Foundation, which sponsored both awards, “is one of the industry's leading think tanks dedicated to conducting research assessing the trends, economic viability and needs of the built environment.”

Sanderford sits on the ARES Board of the Directors, is the Vice Chair of the Research Committee, and is a James R. Webb Ares Foundation 2016-2017 Fellow.

Drew Sanderford, PhD.