Mark Lee Levine is voluntarily stepping down as the director of the Burns School of Real Estate & Construction Management at the University of Denver, a post he has held since 1995.
Levine will continue as a full professor at the Burns School, teaching real estate tax law, real estate securities, real estate concepts and other topics.
He also will hold the Mark Lee Levine Chair and undertake other special projects. Levine could not immediately be reached for comment.
The Burns School will name an interim director, until a new director is hired. An international search will be launched to find Levine’s replacement.
The Burns School will celebrate its 75th year in 2013, making it the oldest such real estate and construction management program in a college of business in the U.S.
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