With this ongoing growth comes continued opportunity for us, including exciting changes within our senior leadership body.
The School of Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) at Temple University has been rebranded as the School of Sport, Tourism, and Hospitality Management, having undergone a name change for the first time since the school’s founding in 1998.
For the first time, STHM will launch graduate-level degree programs that are available online.
Passion for basketball has taken Dan Leibovitz, MEd ’98, to college basketball’s Southeastern Conference.
Two hours make up a fraction of a single day. How drastically could anyone’s life change in two hours? Just ask Eric Semborski.
Senior Feyonda Fitzgerald is achieving points on and off the basketball court.
For the past year, STHM Professor Dr. Xiang (Robert) Li has been working to establish a research center.
Think about traveling to another city as a tourist.
For Bradley Baker, fourth-year PhD candidate at Temple University, the transition from fencing coach to award-winning researcher didn’t happen overnight.
For four students from the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM), it came down to the final buzzer.
The Master of Science degree program in Sport Business at Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism, and Hospitality Management (STHM) is considered among the best of its kind in the world.
The world’s best event leadership program belongs to Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management.
Leaders from the American Athletic Conference and its 12 all-sport member schools visited Temple University to speak to students in an inaugural Senior Woman Administrators (SWA) symposium.
The Network of Executive Women in Hospitality (NEWH) has awarded $5,000 scholarships to two students from Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management.
A passion for supporting her native Colombia, Belsy Munive is applying her Temple University education to help improve the South American country’s economy through tourism.
In October, Jesse Rathner reached the pinnacle of the baseball world.
A national conference geared toward diversity and inclusion in the hospitality industry tapped a trio of faculty from Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management as panelists and featured speakers.
The School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management at Temple University is home to one of the nation’s top hospitality management undergraduate programs, according to a recent ranking.
Graduates from Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism, and Hospitality Management (STHM) drove from as far away as Connecticut, New York, and Washington, D.C. Some even hopped flights from California and the United Kingdom.
Dr. Joris Drayer, from Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) has been elected to a prominent three-year leadership term with the Sport Marketing Association (SMA).
The national reputation of Temple University’s PhD program in Business Administration with a concentration in Tourism and Sport continues to flourish.
Imani Johnson viewed her junior internship as more than just fulfilling credits; she made a difference in children’s lives.
Toby Rice counts red pandas, river otters, and howler monkeys among his clients.
Will Bubenik spent a majority of his summer living in New York City, touring historic venues, and meeting high-profile executives in his eventual line of work. He has a spontaneous Google search to thank for it.
Harith Wickrema, a graduate of Temple University’s Fox School of Business, has contributed more than $100,000 toward the creation of the Harith Wickrema Sustainable Tourism and Hospitality Management Endowed Scholarship Fund.
The recent alumnae of Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism, and Hospitality Management (STHM) served senior-year internships with Host Committee.
Three students traveled to Indianapolis to represent Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism, and Hospitality Management (STHM) at a national conference geared toward the professional development of collegiate student-athletes.
From weather reports to industry trends, Sean Nealis knows that even the most-subtle changes can shift business in the hotel industry.
Seniors typically wait until they have graduated to present a class gift. That isn’t the case at Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management.
Two students from Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management have been chosen as the 2016 recipients of the Marie Baker Brown Scholarship.
David Mondress, M.Ed ‘92, is the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management’s 2016 honoree for Temple University’s Gallery of Success.
STHM’s Executive in Residence series annually welcomes accomplished and veteran business executives to Temple University, for personalized discussions on topics relevant to the tourism, hospitality, sport, and recreation management industries.
Timothy Nolan, Assistant General Manger of AKA University City, began his career with AKA Rittenhouse Square as part of his senior internship for the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management.
Nearly 120 seniors from STHM interned in locales across the country and around the globe during the Spring 2017 academic semester.
Few entities worldwide conjure emotions quite like sports teams.
Daily fantasy sports are far from a get-rich-quick strategy.
Temple University’s Sport Industry Research Center took on a daunting task: analyzing all major NCAA infractions cases over a 61-year period.
Nikki Green loves everything about STHM.
For Giovanna Slaughter, BS ‘06, experiences and connections have shaped her career.
After a meeting with retired Associate Vice Dean Jeffrey Montague, Daniels decided to pursue a major in The School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) and has never looked back.