Faculty

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Research Recap: The relationship satisfaction factor in successful brand-hotel partnerships

Chekitan Dev, professor of marketing at the School of Hotel Administration, has co-authored a study recently published in Industrial Marketing Management.

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Wishes and wisdom: Messages from faculty and staff for SHA’s Class of 2020

Congratulations, Class of 2020 graduates! Here are some words of praise from faculty and staff at the School of Hotel Administration.

SHA lecturer Doug Miller
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Speaking of beer: A few rounds with Doug Miller

SHA lecturer Doug Miller shares some beer trends and trivia and talks about his course, Introduction to Fermented Grains, Hard Ciders, and Sake.

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Research Recap: Uncovering the attributes of sustainable earnings in the lodging industry

Research from Linda Canina at SHA uncovers factors that can have a significant impact on achieving sustainable earnings in the lodging industry.

Peng Liu
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Liu foresees new business models as hospitality infuses retail shopping

Peng Liu, SHA associate professor, looks at how the hospitality industry can better serve retail shoppers by giving them enjoyable experiences.

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Industry immersion trip connects SHA faculty with global hospitality leaders

During a trip filled with fascinating presentations and discussions, the faculty got some eye-opening views from the C-suite.

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Noteworthy: Faculty discuss technology’s impact on labor and employment laws for hotel teams

According to professors Sherwyn (SHA) and Wagner (Dyson), as hotels implement new technology, legal implications of these initiatives often come into play.

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Research Recap: Flexibility in reservation times can increase restaurant revenue

Gary Thompson, professor of operations and management, investigates the impact of timing flexibility in restaurant reservations.

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Research Recap: Study predicts restaurant sales based on customers’ return intentions

Alex Susskind and collaborators look at the impact on restaurant sales of customers’ interest in returning versus customer satisfaction.