Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate to Host First Mid-Year Economic Update at University of San Di

On June 11, the University of San Diego’s Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate will host its first Mid-Year Economic Update on the USD campus from 7:30 to 11 a.m. The event will feature a panel of local economic experts, who will offer their insights and forecasts on the local, state and national economy.

The panel will include: Marney Cox, chief economist at the San Diego Association of Governments; Kelly Cunningham, economist and senior fellow at the National University System Institute for Policy Research; and Ryan Ratcliff, Ph.D., assistant professor of economics at the University of San Diego. The event will be moderated by George Chamberlin, executive editor of The Daily Transcript.

To register for the event, go to For questions and fax or mail-in registrations, contact Diane Gustafson, at or at 619-260-2379. For media requests, contact Jeryldine Tully at or 619-260-4786. 

Founded in 1993, the University of San Diego’s Burnham-Moores Center for Real Estate is committed to delivering outstanding education, industry outreach, career and research services to advance socially responsible leadership in the real estate profession. As part of the University’s School of Business Administration, the Center offers a Master of Science in Real Estate degree, an undergraduate major and minor in real estate, a Certificate in Real Estate Finance, Investments and Development, a Certificate in Land Use and Sustainable Community Development and several major industry conferences throughout the year. For more information, visit


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