Schulich student earns inaugural RioCan Scholarship

An inaugural scholarship of $25,000 for a student entering the Schulich School of Business Master of Real Estate & Infrastructure (MREI) program was awarded to its first recipient earlier this month.

Natasha Kuperman received the RioCan Scholarship for demonstrating the highest academic standing, a top-ranking GMAT score, and strong evidence of leadership ability and commitment to the industry.

photo of a group of people in honour of an inaugural scholarship recipient

Left to right: James McKellar (MREI program director; executive director, Brookfield Centre in Real Estate & Infrastructure); Sherena Husain (assistant professor, Brookfield Centre in Real Estate & Infrastructure), Patrick dos Santos (MREI student and co-president, Schulich Real Property Student Association); Natasha Kuperman (MREI student and scholarship recipient); Stuart Baum (VP, Human Resources, RioCan); Mallory Margel (director, Human Resources & Employee Relations); Bryna Abtan (program administrator, Brookfield Centre in Real Estate & Infrastructure); and Jeanhy Shim (associate director, Brookfield Centre in Real Estate & Infrastructure)

Members of the Brookfield Centre in Real Estate & Infrastructure at the Schulich School of Business, together with representatives from RioCan, including Stuart Baum (vice-president, Human Resources), Mallory Margel (director, Human Resources & Employee Relations) and Emmett Costin (human resources administrator), gathered to celebrate the achievements of Kuperman.

Schulich launched the MREI program in January 2017. It is Canada’s first 12-month master of real estate and infrastructure program – one of only a few programs of its kind in the world.

RioCan has also generously established a fully funded development internship position for one MREI student in term 3.

More information about the Master of Real Estate & Infrastructure program can be found on the MREI website.

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