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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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Since the COVID-19 pandemic started, experts have assumed that recovery for the tourism industry would be a long and arduous process. However, thanks to a new Covid19Tourism Index created by STHM faculty member Yang Yang, the road to recovery might now be a bit more clear.

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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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When Temple University hired Tina Sloan Green (MEd ‘70) to coach women’s lacrosse in 1974, it was making history. She became the first African American to serve as head coach for a women’s lacrosse team at the college level.

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Want to crush your NCAA Tournament bracket this month? According to Joris Drayer, an associate professor in the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management, the key is understanding data.

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For the first time in nearly 20 years, the XFL is back. Is it here to stay? We touched base with Jeremy Jordan, associate dean of the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management, to get his take.

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Forty-five million tourists visited Philadelphia in 2018 as city tourism grew for the ninth-consecutive year. Xiang (Robert) Li, professor in Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management, offers his take on why so many folks are now seeking out the city.

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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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Thilo Kunkel, associate professor in the Sport and Recreation Management Department and an expert in athlete branding, offers his opinion on how the quarterback’s brand might be affected should he leave the only franchise he has played for.

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For years, many folks have believed that top Division I athletes receive special treatment. A recent USA Today report has revealed this to be true; even when it comes to sexual assault.

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