The Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate at the University of San Diego School of Business announced Monday that the founding partner of Macro Trends Advisors is now a visiting research fellow within the USD School of Business real estate program.
“It is my honor to affiliate with the top real estate program in the country,” Mitch Roschelle said. “I am excited to collaborate with students and faculty alike in the development of cutting-edge applied research projects.”
Burnham-Moores Center and USD real estate faculty will use Mitch’s experience in real estate, corporate finance and capital markets in a variety of capacities, including serving as a guest lecturer in real estate courses, providing updates on emerging trends in real estate and product types to real estate students, alumni, the Burnham-Moores team and its board members, and moderating panels at the center’s real estate events.
He will also work with USD School of Business real estate faculty and a select group of master of science in real estate students on an applied research project and engage with prospective MSRE students.
“Mitch has engaged with our real estate program for more than a decade as a guest speaker at our conferences and at our board meetings,” said Stath Karras, executive director of the Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate. “We are thrilled that our graduate and undergraduate real estate students at the USD School of Business will now have the opportunity to learn from such a well-respected expert in real estate and economics.”
Prior to becoming the founding partner of Macro Trends Advisors, a real estate investment and macro market strategy firm, Roschelle was a partner at PwC and was leader of PwC’s Real Estate Advisory practice. A resident of Armonk, New York, he has more than 35 years of experience serving a wide array of real estate investors, foreign and domestic.