Worzala had previously served as the executive director of the Carter Real Estate Center and professor of real estate at the College of Charleston; as the director of the Richard H. Pennell Center for Real Estate and professor of real estate at Clemson University; and a professor and director of the accelerated masters of science in real estate (MSRE) program at the Edward St. John Department of Real Estate at Johns Hopkins University. She earned her Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a specialization in real estate and urban land economics.
"San Diego State has been educating real estate professionals since 1959 and I look forward to working with the many SDSU real estate alumni to build upon the already exceptional reputation of the The Corky McMillin Center for Real Estate and the real estate program at SDSU," said Worzala. "This large alumni base, along with so many other outstanding industry professionals in the region, will enable our students the ability to interact and network within the industry, ultimately giving our students first-hand experience in the marketplace. It is my personal goal to provide all SDSU real estate students with the real-world experience necessary that makes them ready-to-hit-the-ground-running immediately upon entering the job market."
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