The Shenehon Center for Real Estate at the University of St Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota, will accept nominations for inductions into the Minnesota Real Estate Hall of Fame through June 15.
The Hall of Fame was established in 2010 by The Shenehon Center at the University of St. Thomas Opus College of Business. The purpose is to honor, preserve and perpetuate the names and accomplishments of real estate leaders who have made a significant contribution in real estate and demonstrated care and concern for improving their community as business leaders.
Nomination forms are available on the UST/ Shenehon website at https://centers.stthomas.edu/shenehon/minnesota-real-estate-hall-of-fame/
Nominations for the Hall of Fame are accepted throughout the year, but only those received before the June 15 deadline will be on the ballot for induction in the Class of 2022.
Andrew Babula, director of The Shenehon Center reaffirmed University of St. Thomas’ commitment to spotlighting the next generation of real estate professionals through the Stofer-Stensby scholarship competition for the university’s students.
The annual competition, which energizes real estate students’ entrepreneurial spirit by challenging them to develop a viable business concept, awards nearly $20,000 in scholarship money each year.
Winners of the 2022 student competition will be celebrated at the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Nov. 9 at the Golden Valley Country Club in Golden Valley, Minnesota.
St. Thomas is the only private university in the Twin Cities that offers an undergraduate degree in real estate as well as professional development coursework.