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Nikhil Chaudhri ’16 has been awarded a Pension Real Estate Association (PREA) scholarship for the 2015-16 academic year. In addition to the scholarship, the award offers the recipient the opportunity to be partnered with an industry professional to participate in a one-on-one mentoring experience. Scholarship recipients are also provided with complimentary conference registration at the Annual Institutional Investor Real Estate Conference, which will take place in the fall in San Francisco. During this conference, scholarship recipients are acknowledged at the PREA dinner.
Chaudhri will serve as a co-vice president of Careers with the Real Estate Association (REA) for 2015-16. Nikhil received his bachelor of engineering in computer science from the University of Michigan. He began his post-collegiate career as an analyst at JP Morgan Chase Bank in the corporate interest rate and currency derivatives group and moved into an associate role before coming to business school. More recently, Nikhil has served as a property owner and manager of several student housing and retirement communities in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Additionally, during the school year he took on a role as a part time intern analyzing value-added investments with Atlas Real Estate Partners. During the summer of 2015, Nikhil interned at Healthcare REIT as a summer associate.
More about the PREA Scholarship - In keeping with its educational mission, the Pension Real Estate Association awards scholarships on an annual basis to promising students studying real estate at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
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