CPS Scholars and practitioners capitalize on their many years of experience, and are committed to participating in the development of an international property studies community.
Our membership is made up of legal specialists, land administration specialists, geomatics engineers, foresters, agronomists, resource and environmental managers, sociologists, historians, economists, anthropologists and health professionals all working in an interdisciplinary environment.
Core Members are the original members of the Centre for Property Studies and are employed or associated directly with the University of New Brunswick
Project Specialists are individual Professionals around the world who have contributed their expertise, knowledge and skills to projects which have originated through the CPS
Partners are organizations which have contributed to the CPS and its projects in a variety of ways. This can be done through partnership agreements, memorandum of understandings, contracts or simply a verbal agreement to work together over a short or extended period of time.
We are continuously networking and creating new partnerships. If you are interested in our projects and would like to become involved with the CPS, contact Veronica McGinn.