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STHM student selected for exclusive Manhattan Sport Business Academy

By Christopher Vito on October 19, 2016

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. Bubenik, a junior at Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM), participated in the Manhattan Sports […]

For fifth time in six years, Temple PhD student in Tourism and Sport wins national research competition

By Lora Strum on October 14, 2016

The national reputation of Temple University’s PhD program in Business Administration with a concentration in Tourism and Sport continues to flourish. Fourth-year PhD student Bradley Baker recently won the North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM) 2016 student research competition, becoming the fifth doctoral student from Temple in the last six years to win the […]

PhD student Bradley Baker wins elite national research competition

By Lora Strum on October 14, 2016

For Bradley Baker, fourth-year PhD candidate at Temple University, the transition from fencing coach to award-winning researcher didn’t happen overnight. Baker’s paper, “Run Again Another Day: The Role of Satisfaction on Repeat Marathon Participation,” won the 2016 North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM) student research competition. The paper focuses on the correlation between event […]

American Athletic Conference leaders convene for Senior Woman Administrators Symposium at Temple University

By Christopher Vito on October 11, 2016

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. In a question-and-answer roundtable format, students from Temple’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) met with administrators in 20-minute intervals in small-group settings. The event provided […]

STHM’s Event Leadership certificate program again named best in the world

By Christopher Vito on October 5, 2016

The world’s best event leadership program belongs to Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM). In an unprecedented run of success, STHM’s Event Leadership Executive Certificate program won the 2016 Haas & Wilkerson Gold Pinnacle Award. The latest honor marks the fourth time in five years that STHM’s program has earned this […]

STHM ranks among top-15 hospitality programs in nation

By Christopher Vito on October 5, 2016

The School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) at Temple University is home to one of the nation’s top hospitality management undergraduate programs, according to a recent ranking. STHM’s Bachelor of Science degree program in Tourism and Hospitality Management earned a No. 14 national ranking from TheBestSchools.org, a digital resource for campus and online […]

David Mondress chosen as STHM’s Gallery of Success honoree

By Christopher Vito on October 5, 2016

David Mondress, M.Ed ‘92, is the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management’s 2016 honoree for Temple University’s Gallery of Success. The Gallery of Success showcases banner alumni from each of Temple’s 17 schools and colleges with a display in the lower level of Mitten Hall, located on Temple’s Main Campus. Mondress, who earned his […]

Temple study examines penalty consistency of NCAA infractions

By STHM on August 9, 2016

Among findings: Conference membership generally has no influence on severity of penalties. NCAA conference membership generally has no influence on the severity of penalties issued when schools are found responsible for violating NCAA rules, according to an independent study released by Temple University’s Sport Industry Research Center that analyzed all major NCAA infractions cases over […]

SIRC Report: NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions

By Sport Industry Research Center on August 9, 2016

Two researchers from Temple University’s Sport Industry Research Center (SIRC) have produced a comprehensive report to provide the NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions with information on the consistency of prescribed penalties related to major infractions cases between 1953 and 2014. SIRC, which is housed within Temple’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management, is […]

At Temple, Barber’s legacy is lasting

By Christopher Vito on July 14, 2016

As Dr. Elizabeth Barber transitions into a new role at STHM, a school she helped found, she leaves behind a legacy of success. Two decades ago, Temple University’s School of Tourism and Hospitality Management was nothing more than a concept. Today, it is regarded globally as a leading provider of sport, recreation, tourism, and hospitality […]