PRRES Achievement Award
Tom Whipple, and Graeme Newell - 1998
Professor Tom Whipple
The Pacific Rim Real Estate Society (PRRES) is proud to acknowledge Professor Tom Whipple as the joint 1998 recipient of the PRRES Achievement Award.
This is the highest honour that PRRES can bestow on one of its members and is in recognition of the outstanding contribution by Tom Whipple to property education and research in the Pacific-Rim.
With over 32 years of leadership in property education and research at both the University of Sydney and Curtin University, Tom is one of the founding fathers of property education and research in Australia.
Having establishing post-graduate programs in property at the University of Sydney in 1969, Tom has published extensively in leading international property journals such as the Journal of Property Finance, Land Development Studies and Journal of Property Valuation and Investment. His research contribution has been over a wide range of areas, including valuation and property development.
In addition, Tom has published leading texts in commercial rent reviews, valuation reporting standards and property development. His text on property valuation and analysis is a leading learned text, widely used in property education throughout Australian and New Zealand universities.
With his property industry background, Tom has had strong linkages into the property professions via BOMA, AIVLE and NZIV. He was also the first Australian property academic to actively participate in the USA and UK property environments, regularly visiting on sabbatical and visiting professor appointments; as well as more recently, initiating property courses in Asia.
Many property academics, including Patrick Rowland and Greg Costello, have greatly benefited from Tom¹s guidance throughout their property education and research careers.
PRRES is pleased to award the PRRES Achievement Award to Professor Tom Whipple in recognition of his many outstanding achievements in property education and research.
Associate Professor Graeme Newell
The Pacific Rim Real Estate Society (PRRES) is proud to acknowledge Associate Professor Graeme Newell as the joint 1998 recipient of the PRRES Achievement Award.
This is the highest honour that PRRES can bestow on one of its members and is in recognition of the outstanding contribution by Graeme Newell to property education and research in the Pacific-Rim.
Graeme has been one of the driving forces behind the establishment of PRRES in 1994, having been Execute Chairperson of PRRES in 1994 and the first President of PRRES over 1995-96. Graeme has helped ensure PRRES is a leading real estate society, competitive with the American Real Estate Society (ARES) and the European Real Estate Society (ERES).
Graeme has also been actively involved in the International Real Estate Society (IRES), having been IRES President over 1995-96, as well as representing PRRES on the IRES board of directors from 1993-98. This has ensured PRRES is effectively linked into the international property education and research community.
Having taught in the property area at the University of Western Sydney for 23 years, Graeme has been an active player in the evolution and development of property education at UWS. He has also undertaken numerous visiting academic appointments in Hong Kong, New Zealand, UK and China.
Graeme has published extensively in the leading property journals in the USA, UK, Asia and Australasia, largely in the area of property risk analysis and international property investment. He is on the editorial board for eight refereed property journals, as well as having achieved significant research grant funding both nationally and internationally to further develop the property research body of knowledge.
Graeme is also actively involved in the Australian property industry, particularly through the AIVLE, BOMA and UDIA, as well as mentoring numerous property academics in their property careers.
Given his ongoing commitment and leadership, PRRES is pleased to award the PRRES Achievement Award to Associate Professor Graeme Newell in recognition of his many outstanding achievements in property education and research.