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  • Hanson Experiences “Fabulous” 2017 Banfi Scholastic Tour of Italy

    May 27 – June 4, 2017, Professor Wally Rande and newly-graduated student, Karen Hanson embarked on what turned out to be another “fabulous” Banfi Scholastic Tour of Italy, an eno-gastronomic (aka food and wine) tour hosted by Banfi Vintners. Banfi is an American importer of wines based in Long Island. Read more...
  • SHRM News Blast: August 15, 2017

    A news outreach by NAU-FCB School of Hotel and Restaurant Management August 15, 2017 Legacy Series, continued. Full Legacy Series HERE. Urdang’s Simple Path to HRM Leads to No Regrets “It's ’84, and I'm about to graduate law school, and I had enough of New York by then. I'd been Read more...
  • Reich and Reich Present at ICHRIE 2017

    Professor Allen Reich and his son Joseph Reich had a research paper accepted for a poster session of the 2017 ICHRIE (International Council of Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Educators) Conference July 26-28. Joseph is a senior at Basis High School in Flagstaff. Basis Flagstaff was recently recognized in Business Week Read more...
  • Collins and Reich Present at ICHRIE 2017

    NAU School of Hotel and Restaurant Management Professors Galen Collins and Allen Reich presented their paper, Creating an Effective Assessment of Learning Outcomes Process for Hospitality Programs, at the 2017 ICHRIE (International Council of Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Educators) Conference July 26-28. Other authors on the paper were Suzanne Pieper from Read more...
  • Legacy Series: Rande’s Career Defined by Taking Care of Students

    Wally Rande received his bachelor’s degree at Michigan State University in hotel, restaurant, and institutional management, ‘way too long ago,’ but then decided he did not want to work in hotels. He wanted to work in restaurants. Looking for a culinary school brought him to Johnson and Wales where he got Read more...
  • Legacy Series: Urdang’s Simple Path to HRM Leads to No Regrets

    Professor Bruce Urdang, originally from Queens, New York City, New York, and then South Shore Long Island, went to public schools his whole life, including his undergraduate degree in political science from State University of New York, College at Oneonta in 1980. He had a brief internship during senior year Read more...
  • SHRM News Blast: July 15, 2017

    A news outreach by NAU-FCB School of Hotel and Restaurant Management July 15, 2017 Legacy Series, continued. Full Legacy Series HERE. Wiener’s What the Heck? Leads to a 25-Year Dedication In 1992, Professor Paul Wiener thought it would be fun to teach, but he was thinking of it as a Read more...
  • Saunders’ Paper Accepted in Journal of MIS

    Carol Saunders, research professor, was notified that her paper, “The Impact of Mental Representation on ICT-Related Overload in the Use of Mobile Phones,” was accepted in the Journal of Management Information Systems. Her co-authors are Martin Wiener, Sabrina Klett, and Sebastian Sprenger. The Journal of MIS was recently added to the Read more...
  • Legacy Series: Hospodka’s Flight from Communism Led to the Freedom to Teach

    For the first decade of her life, Lecturer Lenka Hospodka lived behind the Iron Curtain, in Prague, Czech Republic. Her father left for a Fulbright Scholarship opportunity in 1964 at MIT when she was 10. It took four years for Lenka and her mother to work through the challenges of Read more...
  • Casado Presents in Spain at 5th Interdisciplinary Tourism Research Conference

    Matt A. Casado, professor emeritus, presented the refereed paper “Ethical Principles for the Tourism and Hospitality Curricula” in the 5th Interdisciplinary Tourism Research Conference at the Universidad Politecnica de Cartagena, Spain, held June 6-11, 2017. The article, advocating for the integration of ethics in these disciplines’ curricula, was published in the Read more...
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