SPIRE (Stanford Professionals In Real Estate)

SPIRE (Stanford Professionals In Real Estate) SPIRE is focused on creating a forum to support the vast alumni community of Stanford University involved in the many facets of the real estate industry.

From its foundation as a land grant university to its presence in Northern California real estate to its wide array of alumni at the top of the real estate industry, Stanford University has always been a leader in the world of real estate. SPIRE seeks to build upon the real estate tradition at Stanford and to provide a platform for continued excellence in real estate. SPIRE’s goals are to provide a forum for professional development of alumni in the broad real estate industry, to afford opportunities to current students for mentorship and professional exposure to the world of real estate, and to engage the University itself in developing a robust multi-disciplinary real estate education and research program.

Mission: SPIRE empowers the Stanford community to innovate within real estate, place making and the built environment. THE THREE PILLARS OF SPIRE I. Professional Networking SPIRE provides a platform for Stanford alumni and students to interact with one another in a professional and social setting for their mutual development. SPIRE is working to provide opportunities for alumni which will include continuing education, seminars, research opportunities, symposia, meetings and teleconferences on a variety of topics aimed at developing their skills and training as real estate professionals. II. Student Outreach SPIRE is focused on connecting current Stanford students with the vast and distinguished pool of Stanford alumni engaged in real estate careers. It provides students with opportunities for mentorship, visiting guest lectures, internships, and off-campus property tours. The intent is to provide opportunities for students to learn from alumni in a one-on-one setting as well as through organized events. III. Educational Program Development SPIRE is working to engage with Stanford University in a formal educational capacity, and help promote and implement a multi-disciplinary educational program in the fundamentals of real estate. This may include guest lectures from SPIRE participants and affiliates, as well as full course development with the long term goal of developing an organized real estate institute on the Farm that will be recognized as one of the leading programs in the field.

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SPIRE wishes the Stanford University team good luck at this year's NAIOP Golden Shovel Competition! The winner will be a...
09/23/2020

SPIRE wishes the Stanford University team good luck at this year's NAIOP Golden Shovel Competition! The winner will be announced Wednesday, September 23, as part of a virtual event from 3-5pm PT.

Join us on our first webinar in our new SPIRE Innovation Series on Friday, May 22 at 8am PT.The reality of construction ...
05/20/2020

Join us on our first webinar in our new SPIRE Innovation Series on Friday, May 22 at 8am PT.

The reality of construction is changing. An industry challenged by labor shortages, and the effects of climate change and increasing urbanization now has the headwind of the global COVID-19 pandemic. To thrive in the future, accelerating innovation and adopting a more dynamic approach are more important than ever.

Please join our panel of experts discussing how the digital transformation of construction among other innovations are at the forefront of this new reality.

https://www.spirestanford.org/events/event/innovation-series-accelerating-future-construction/

05/11/2020
SPIRE Survive and Thrive Series: Construction in the time of Covid-19

Visit our YouTube Channel to watch the SPIRE Survive and Thrive Series webinar on Construction in the time of Covid-19.

The $1.3 trillion construction industry is vital to the U.S. economy and employs over 11 million workers. Yet, the pandemic has upended construction sites as...

SPIRE Survive and Thrive Series: Construction in the time of Covid-19Join us on Friday, May 8 at 8-9 am (PT) for a round...
04/24/2020

SPIRE Survive and Thrive Series: Construction in the time of Covid-19

Join us on Friday, May 8 at 8-9 am (PT) for a roundtable of construction experts discussing ways to survive now and thrive soon.

Over 60 SPIRE and @ucla Real Estate Alumni Group (REAG) members and guests came together for a mixer followed by the Sta...
01/17/2020

Over 60 SPIRE and @ucla Real Estate Alumni Group (REAG) members and guests came together for a mixer followed by the Stanford Cardinal vs. UCLA Bruins @uclambb men’s basketball game at Pauley Pavilion @pauleypavilion where @stanfordmbb won! It was Stanford’s first win at UCLA in 15 years! @ Pauley Pavilion

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YOUR INVITATION TO PROPTECH EVENT ON NOV 14 - Come hear a panel discussion on real estate disruption with proptech startups, VCs and CRE professionals. Agenda and FREE TICKET here:
Any of my Los Angeles area peeps available to join us on November 27? Will be fun!
Kent Mathews want to join us?