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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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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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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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Temple University’s School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management (STHM) has announced leadership changes in a flagship department: As of July 1st, Dr. Xiang (Robert) Li is chair of the Department of Tourism and Hospitality Management.

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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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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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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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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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