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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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Professor Ben Altschuler praised his and Professor Christine Cleaver’s students, saying, “This could be something these students could give to a potential employer showing their abilities.”

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T.H.E. Summit was designed to bring both academia and industry together, so they could discuss how to cope with unprecedented challenges and explore opportunities to promote sustainable innovation in tourism, hospitality, events and related industries.

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The Tourism, Hospitality & Events Global Higher Education Leadership Summit 2021, aptly nicknamed T.H.E. Summit, will be held Friday, March 19, and Saturday, March 20, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day. The event is free and open to the public.

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According to a new journal article published online in the International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, STHM faculty members Xiang (Robert) Li and Yang Yang rank among the world’s top 50 most productive scholars during the past 20 years in the areas of tourism and hospitality.

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There has been debate over how much name, image and likeness (NIL) legislation would assist athletes aside from big-time football and men’s basketball stars. However, new research from Thilo Kunkel, director of the Sport Industry Research Center and associate professor at Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM), suggests that female student athletes and athletes from some of the less-popular college sports might also have much to gain.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted a number of businesses, but few harder than the restaurant industry. A new index from STHM faculty member Yang Yang provides a more specific look, outlining how the pandemic has affected restaurants in every U.S. county.

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Philadelphia’s recent “Safer at Home” restrictions brought a temporary end to recreational activities and sports for youth. While the restrictions are important for stopping the spread of COVID-19, staying active is key, especially for children and young people. That’s where the Game On Philly! App, which was launched with the help of STHM faculty, can help.

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A research team led by Lu Lu, an assistant professor in STHM, and Robert Li, professor and director of the U.S.-Asia Center for Tourism and Hospitality Research, recently conducted a national survey which explored US consumers’ travel intentions and expectations for hospitality business post COVID-19.

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New research from George Diemer of Temple’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management outlines how some NBA scorekeepers could be skewing some statistics

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