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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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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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There are many essential elements to the art of managing successful events in a large city like Philadelphia. What do the local experts think you should make your focus?

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In China, tourism is big business. This year, it was set to become even bigger, but that could now be in flux.

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Each year, Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) is privileged to host executives and industry leaders in what it calls its Executive in Residence program. Here we offer an overview of the five individuals who took part in the 9th year of the program, sharing insights with STHM students over the course of three events over the fall.

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Alumnus Kenny Yansen ’15 has been recognized in a distinguished cohort of the National Sports Forum (NSF) focused on diversity.

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The Philadelphia Youth Sports Collaborative has selected the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) at Temple University to assist with the implementation of its Game On Philly! program. STHM joins the School District of Philadelphia and Temple’s College of Public Health as the supporting organizations behind the program.

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On a recent November afternoon, the 27th Floor of Temple University’s Morgan Hall featured more than a breathtaking view—thanks to the Executive in Residence program at Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management.

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