A European summer without Americans threatens already struggling luxury hotels
Professor Chekitan Dev comments on pains to the travel industry as European countries close their borders to American tourist travelers.
Need to escape your house for an hour? This company lets you rent a space for a short time
Professor Steve Carvell discusses the benefits of new services allowing stuck-at-home employees to escape their dwellings for a short-term workspace.
Cruising’s new lines of communication
Associate Professor Robert Kwortnik joins fellow experts in discussing new approaches to market cruises in the COVID era.
US cities most impacted by leisure and hospitality job loss and recovery
Professor Bruce Tracey provides insight into pressing questions about the leisure and hospitality industry as it weathers the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus dashes job hopes for hospitality grads, but experts still see opportunity
Dean Kate Walsh says hospitality programs and recent grads view the COVID crisis as an opportunity to think differently, and play up applicable skills.
Hotels could face $9 billion in new costs to stay squeaky clean
Dean Kate Walsh says that investment in new cleanliness protocols, born from the pandemic, is a cost that hotels will take on because they have to.
Is a hotel stay safe? 5 questions to help you decide
Associate Professor Robert J. Kwortnik describes the great lengths hotels are taking to ensure sanitization and guest safety.
DoorDash scores valuation of $16 billion as coronavirus pushes it to top of food-delivery chain
Lecturer Douglas Miller says that, for many restaurants, focusing on delivery during the onset of COVID-19 was the only way to stay in business.
Feeling anxious? Rearranging your furniture may be the self-care you need
Senior Lecturer Stephani Robson says even a little home reorganizing and redecorating can indeed alleviate anxiety.