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  • Three Professors Phase In Their Retirement

    Three of SHRM’s professors will be participating in a phased retirement plan over the next three years. Beginning this fall, Associate Professors Dr. Jon Hales and Dr. Paul Wiener will be taking off alternating semesters to slowly ease into retirement while Dr. Rich Howey will continue teaching each semester, but Read more...
  • International Outreach at the FCB

    In an effort to enhance and promote international programs within SHRM, here are a few key areas of focus for the coming year: Global Business Program The Global Business Program (GBP) welcomes its first class of incoming freshman this fall. The program is doing well, with 34 students enrolled in Read more...
  • New Faculty and Staff

    Several new faculty and staff members have recently been hired in the FCB and SHRM for the 2015-2016 academic year: Mason Gerety, Professor of Finace Rebecca Hickman, Executive in Residence and Instructor – Accounting Leonard Hostetter, Assistant Professor of Practice, Marketing SoYeon Jung, Assistant Professor, SHRM Wade Rouse, Assistant Professor Read more...
  • Alumni Spotlight: Lindsey O’Neil

    It’s no secret that the secret to success is hard work, dedication, and perseverance. College prepares students to be successful in whatever field they’re interested in, but it’s up to the students to really take advantage of the help offered to them and, sometimes, things really do work out as Read more...
  • Global Spotlight: Chris Scherpereel’s Latest International Experience in Hungary

    Every year, the Core Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program brings approximately 800 U.S. faculty to new countries on teaching and research grants to lecture at foreign universities. FCB business division’s Chris Scherpereel, professor of management, was one faculty member who received a grant and lived in Hungary during the spring 2013 Read more...
  • Coming Summer 2016: Discovery of Gastronomy, Terroir, and Tradition

    The developing international food and beverage study abroad program in France, titled Discovery of Gastronomy, Terroir, and Tradition, continues to evolve. Chef Mark Molinaro and Executive in Residence John Cauvin traveled to France at the end of May to find possible places to take the students and set a rough plan Read more...
  • Alumni Spotlight: Samuel Gaxiola (‘10)

    Steadily rising through the ranks before achieving his current position of director of Human Resources at the Westin La Paloma Resort and Spa, Samuel Gaxiola got a solid start in hospitality through his education from NAU’s School of Hotel and Restaurant Management. He graduated in 2010 after 10 years of Read more...
  • Veteran Students Tie the Knot on Campus

    Originally planned for August 15, Michelle Hagan (‘15 ECO) and Justin Johnson, accountancy major, were married on campus in the School of Hotel and Restaurant (SHRM) patio on Wednesday, July 1, 2015. The ceremony was made possible with help from Laurie Jordon, Veteran Student Center program manager; Lieutenant Colonel (LTC) Read more...
  • National Ice Cream Month with SHRM

    What do you do when school isn’t in session and there aren’t any cooking classes, but there’s plenty of cream about to expire? In NAU’s School of Hotel and Restaurant Management (SHRM), the solution is to host a homemade ice-cream tasting to celebrate National Ice Cream Month. Three teams each Read more...
  • A Visit to White Lodging’s Corporate Headquarters

    Dr. Wanda Costen, School of Hotel and Restaurant Management (SHRM) executive director, and Connie Ott, director of development, visited the White Lodging corporate headquarters in Merrillville, Ind. June 2, 2015. The relatively new relationship began with the addition of Sherif Guirguis to the SHRM National Advisory Board. As Senior Regional Read more...
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