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October 15, 2018
2018 Student Housing Conference Recap
An industry leaders spotlight panel at the 2018 NMHC Student Housing Conference & Exposition featured (from L to R) Randy Churchey of Greystar (formerly EdR), J. Wesley Rogers of Landmark, Bill Bayless of American Campus Communities, Brian Dinerstein of The Dinerstein Company, Peter Katz of Institutional Property Advisors (IPA) and Bob Clark of Peak Campus.

Student housing’s leading executives and trade partners gathered in Huntington Beach, California for the 16th annual NMHC Student Housing Conference & Exposition. We were thrilled to have a new location and venue at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa for the annual event.  

This conference continues to be the must-attend event for student housing executives, with an expanded program covering finance, development and operational trends, new research and quality networking events.  

To that end, we were happy to host another Emerging Leaders networking lunch in conjunction with the conference, allowing young, rising student housing professionals to network with some of the biggest names in student housing. Moreover, we announced a successful round of fundraising for new student housing-specific research through the NMHC Research Foundation

Attendees also heard from workforce strategist and management trendspotter Seth Mattison of Luminate Labs and Amy Trask, chairman of BIG 3, football analyst with CBS Sports and former CEO of the Oakland Raiders.

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The Struggle to Manage Construction and Labor Costs

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New Study Compares Student Housing Costs

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NMHC Student Housing Conference & Expo in Pictures

We captured all the best moments of the meeting, from featured speakers and engaging panels to the active exhibit hall and networking events.


Presentations Now Available

See or hear something interesting and want to check it out again? Access presentations from the conference here.
Thank You
NMHC thanks all attendees, speakers and sponsors for contributing to another productive Student Housing Conference & Exposition. 
We also invite members to check our meetings calendar for a list of upcoming events. Registration is currently open for the 2018 NMHC OPTECH Conference & Exposition in Orlando, Florida, November 14-16.
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