Pacific Rim Real Estate Society Achievement Award

2002 PRRES Achievement Awards to
Associate Professor Angelo Karantonis and Doctor Sandy Bond

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Associate Professor Angelo Karantonis

The Pacific Rim Real Estate Society (PRRES) is proud to acknowledge Associate Professor Angelo Karantonis as the 2002 joint recipient of the PRRES Achievement Award. This award is the highest honour that PRRES can bestow on one of its members and is in recognition of the outstanding contribution of Angelo Karantonis to property education and research in the Pacific Rim. Angelo has been actively involved in property education for over 15 years at the University of Technology Sydney. For most of the last 10 years, he has been in charge of the UTS land economics program, working hard to raise the teaching and research profile of his team as well as forging strong links with the property industry in Sydney. Angelo has been the driving force behind the success of the Australian Land Economics Review (now the Pacific Rim Property Research Journal) as Chair of the Editorial Board.

 He serves on other editorial boards and has published in international journals. Angelo has been actively involved in the development of the Pacific Rim Real Estate Society since its inception. He has served on the Board since 1995, was President in 1999-2000, was joint Program Chair for the 2000 conference and is currently the Executive Director. Angelo represents PRRES on the Board of the International Real Estate Society and has regularly attended the conferences of the other regional Real Estate Societies. PRRES is pleased to give its Achievement Award to Associate Professor Angelo Karantonis in 2002 for his leading role in property education and research in the region for many years.

Patrick Rowland President, PRRES January 2002


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Doctor Sandy Bond

The Pacific Rim Real Estate Society (PRRES) is proud to acknowledge Doctor Sandy Bond as the 2002 joint recipient of the PRRES Achievement Award. This award is the highest honour that PRRES can bestow on one of its members and is in recognition of the outstanding contribution of Sandy Bond to property education and research in the Pacific Rim. In the last 8 years, Sandy has built a strong reputation for her research, most recently in the study of site contamination. Over this time, she has published widely in international journals and some of her articles have been recognised with prizes and awards. She was awarded her PhD in 2001. She serves on the editorial board of the Pacific Rim Property Research Journal. Sandy has been involved in property education for over 10 years, originally as a lecturer at Massey University and now as a senior lecturer at the University of Auckland. As well as her research, she brings her previous experiences as a property valuer to her teaching. Sandy has been actively involved in the development of the Pacific Rim Real Estate Society since its inception. She has served on the Board for many years and was President in 1997-1998, was Program Chair for the 1997 conference and has been Secretary and Newsletter Editor. Sandy represents PRRES on the Board of the International Real Estate Society and has regularly attended the conferences of the other regional Real Estate Societies. PRRES is pleased to give its Achievement Award to Doctor Sandy Bond in 2002 for her leading role in property education and research in the region for many years.

Patrick Rowland President, PRRES January 2002