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After an exceptionally varied career in sport management at the NCAA and professional levels, new faculty member Assistant Professor Ashley Gardner joined STHM in 2022. Here she discusses her research interests, insights on the sport industry and how STHM students set themselves apart. 

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STHM graduate student Tate Kay (MSSB ’23), administrative extern for the department of Sport and Recreation Management, recently sat down with new faculty members, Dr. Bradley Baker and Dr. Jonathan Howe to discuss their academic paths to Temple and research interests.

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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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Two Sport and Recreation Management (SRM) faculty members at Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) have been named Research Fellows by the North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM). Dr. Gareth Jones (STHM ’13, ’11), assistant professor and assistant director of the Sport Industry Research Center (SIRC), and Dr. Elizabeth Taylor, assistant professor, have received this prestigious recognition that sets them apart in their field.

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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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