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This fall, Altschuler, a faculty member at the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM), is going to Japan for a year to start the tourism and hospitality management (THM) curriculum at Temple’s Japan campus (TUJ).

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This fall, Coleman joins Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management. As a member of the Class of 2027, Coleman found his fit with STHM’s sport management and analytics programs.

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There are plenty of money-saving tricks for the savvy college student. Learning how to be mindful and more selective about where you spend demonstrates a big step in your independence.

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The athletic and collegiate environment at historically white institutions can influence the self-presentation of BMCAs.

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Rachel Rocha, MS ’23, is making an impact through the sports business industry. 
In the two years it took her to earn her master’s degree in sport business at the School of Sport Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM), she has worked with organizations in the NBA and NFL including the Philadelphia Eagles. 

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Melvin Powell, BS ’13, is hosting Black Soul Summer, a coalition of African American and Latino curators that is producing a free community music series that highlights local vendors, local artists, performers, engaging art activations and wellness programming.

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Tourism has long been regarded as an effective tool for addressing economic inequality. Governments invest in tourism in the hope that the benefits will trickle down to lower-income groups through the employment of local people and businesses.

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Liz Taylor and Jonathan Howe, assistant professors in the Department of Sport and Recreation Management, both had no doubt in their minds that their students were winners. Now they have the awards that prove it.

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Ann Crockett has immersed herself in opportunities to engage with others, apply what she has learned and enjoy the journey.

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Assistant Professor Bradley Baker, STHM ’12, FOX ’17, has proven his excellence in many areas: as a distinguished scholar and researcher, a dedicated teacher, even a fencing athlete and coach. The STHM Editorial team caught up with him to learn more. 

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