Rosemary Carucci Goss recently received the National Affordable Housing Management Association’s Industry Partner Award.

Goss is the Residential Property Management Advisory Board Professor in Virginia Tech’s Department of Apparel, Housing, and Resource Management. There she led the development of the property management program and continues to be the key faculty contact for the department’s Property Management Advisory Board.

A member of the Virginia Tech community since 1976, Goss also serves as the associate director of the real estate program at Virginia Tech.

Her research interests include lifestyles and housing choice with a special interest in multifamily housing, constraints to quality housing, housing for an aging population, and career development issues in property management and real estate. She has written numerous publications and given many presentations on these topics.

The recipient of multiple teaching awards at Virginia Tech, Goss has also been recognized by the National Academic Advising Association with a Certificate of Merit Outstanding Advising Award–Faculty Academic Advising. She further received the Housing Impact Award by the Housing Education and Research Association for her contributions to the housing field by establishing the property management program at Virginia Tech and at other universities.

Goss received her bachelor’s degree from Concord University, a master’s degree from Virginia Tech, and a doctorate from Florida State University.

The National Affordable Housing Management Association’s Industry Partner Award is given annually to a government agency or other affordable housing organizational or partner that has made a significant contribution to the cause of affordable housing.

Goss received the award at the association’s winter meeting, held earlier this month in Washington, DC.