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Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) has announced new leadership in one of its flagship departments. As of July 1st, Dr. Daniel Funk chairs the Department of Sport and Recreation Management.

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Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) has announced leadership changes in a flagship department: As of July 1st, Dr. Xiang (Robert) Li is chair of the Department of Tourism and Hospitality Management.

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Collaboration will provide STHM students with coveted internships and job opportunities; will also launch new scholarship program for Spectra employees

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Detailed survey from Temple faculty members outlines what consumer expectations could be for the hospitality and tourism industries following COVID-19 pandemic

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This spring, the COVID-19 crisis provided an opportunity for STHM alumna and adjunct professor Angelise Stuhl to involve students in a crucial aspect of her business, Philly Sports Digest.

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The coronavirus pandemic forced all STHM graduation events to be held online, but that did not stop the faculty and staff from finding creative ways to celebrate the students.

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Since the COVID-19 pandemic started, experts have assumed that recovery for the tourism industry would be a long and arduous process. However, thanks to a new Covid19Tourism Index created by STHM faculty member Yang Yang, the road to recovery might now be a bit more clear.

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In these challenging times, tourism sites are demonstrating that the use of technology such as virtual reality is one of the best ways to stay in touch with potential clients.

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COVID-19 has affected just about every industry but few more so than the tourism sector. According to new research from assistant professor Yang Yang, vouchers could be the key to that industry’s recovery.

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When Temple University hired Tina Sloan Green (MEd ‘70) to coach women’s lacrosse in 1974, it was making history. She became the first African American to serve as head coach for a women’s lacrosse team at the college level.

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