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After a March 17 presentation at STHM, premier hospitality executive Cornelia Samara sat down with Olivia Anton ’24, to share key insights and advice for students looking forward to landing that first job in the industry.

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This year, Skylar Burg ’22, a Sport and Recreation Management senior, lived the dream—all the way to the Super Bowl. Hers is a story of initiative and drive, which landed her an exceptional internship with the Los Angeles Rams, and of how she’s seized every opportunity once she got there.

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Findings from a thorough study shed light on the specifics of the general public’s attitudes toward travel and hospitality—thanks to the leadership of researchers at Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) and its U.S.-Asia Center for Tourism and Hospitality Research.

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Alumnus Sean McClatchy turned a conversation after class into a networking opportunity, ultimately landing a job at the Philadelphia Phillies that’s since led to a highly coveted position.

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Philadelphia International Airport has selected Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) to conduct the year-long “PHL passenger survey” consulting project. STHM’s U.S.-Asia Center for Tourism and Hospitality Research will spend a year evaluating, analyzing and reporting on passengers’ expectations and experiences of the airport onsite.

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Temple University is proud to announce that the U.S.-Asia Center for Tourism & Hospitality Research at the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) has recently been designated a Knowledge Partner of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC). This recognition sets the school apart as one of only 10 such partners worldwide—only 3 of which are academic centers, and STHM is the only one from the U.S.

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The Center for Hospitality Resilience’s brought students in as partners to serve the community through her capstone class in the Master in Hospitality Management program. Center Co-Director Dr. Ceridwyn King devised last fall’s version of the course to be a hands-on learning experience that lent post-pandemic support to a key industry partner.

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Kay Walten (MSTT ’20) was named the only U.S. finalist in an international competition on social entrepreneurship in travel.

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Gina Vorgiatzidis ’15 had a flourishing career in gaming after earning her BS in Tourism and Hospitality Management. When the pandemic dealt a blow to the industry, as it did in so many, she used her initiative and creativity to transform a tourist experience into a lucrative side gig in online marketing.

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Now in his second year as director of basketball operations for the Stetson Hatters, Guzman has forged an interesting path that draws on all his various experiences in sports

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