Michael Anikeeff, Ph.D.is professor — and former chair from 1991–2013 — of The Edward St. John Real Estate Department, Carey Business School, Johns Hopkins University. Anikeeff joined the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School in 1991. He is a professor in the practice track with expertise in the areas of real estate development and urban planning. I3senior editor Drew Campbellspoke with Anikeeff about the university’s recent addition of a focus on infrastructure to its Masters of Real Estate and Infrastructure degree program.
Describe the evolution of the real estate and infrastructure program at Johns Hopkins.
Johns Hopkins University expanded the focus of the real estate program and changed the name of its maste