Cornell-Peking MMH & MBA dual degree program
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Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, Peking University announce dual-degree graduate hospitality business program

The dual-degree program strives to educate the next generation of leaders in the hospitality/service industry in China with global perspectives and capabilities.

Christopher Reynolds MMH ’21
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Student Voices: Meet Christopher Reynolds MMH ’21

Reynolds hopes to leverage his experience in culinary arts, restaurants, and marketing towards a career in the food and beverage industry.

Shoko Hiraoka MMH ’21
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Student Voices: Meet Shoko Hiraoka MMH ’21

Shoko Hiraoka MMH ’21 chose the MMH program because of its exciting intersection between business, hospitality, and innovation.

Group of professionals making a business deal.
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MMH externships give insider’s view of the hospitality industry

Two MMH students recap their winter externship experiences shadowing hospitality professionals in revenue management and hotel development.

Photo of some members of the MMH Class of 2018 cohort with Richelle King
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Why MMH? To strengthen our family business in the hospitality industry

A lot of people questioned why I chose to go to school to learn hospitality when I could learn it in my own backyard. But I chose the MMH program, and here’s why.

Photo of Elizabeth Blau, MS ’97
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Elizabeth Blau, MS ’97, awarded 2017 MMH Outstanding Alumna of the Year

After reviewing alumni nominations on a range of criteria, the MMH award committee has selected Elizabeth Blau, MS ’97, to receive the 2017 Cornell MMH Outstanding Alumna of the Year award.

Photo of the interior of Statler Hall
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My favorite MMH class may surprise you!

There is a big difference between undergraduate and graduate curriculum. We are picking MMH classes that directly correlate to our futures.

Nathan Ladovsky, MMH ’18, cooking hamburgers and hot dogs at Stewart Park
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Our first 90 days in the MMH program

Like we do with new jobs—it’s time for a 90-day review of the Master of Management in Hospitality (MMH) program! It’s time to reflect on our summer.

Photo of Aida Scarpati; Tiang Xiao; Coach Ed Evans ’74 , MBA ’75, VP and chief human resources officer at Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts; Yiting Wang; and Alice Wu.
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Top 5 takeaways from the MMH leadership development program

The MMH Leadership Development Program (LDP) connects current students in the MMH program with top-tier alumni from the Hotel School.