Pillsbury Faculty Ambassador Program
The Pillsbury Faculty Ambassador Program is an initiative designed to expand entrepreneurship education at Cornell University through faculty involvement. School of Hotel Administration faculty are involved in two ways—introducing and expanding the entrepreneurship curriculum and developing and supporting the institute’s programs.
Faculty interested in participating in the Pillsbury Faculty Ambassador Program should review the requirements and complete the online application. Faculty members who are currently in the program are requested to complete project recap forms.
China’s hospitality industry is undergoing profound reform and transition...Read more »
Statler Hotel promotes Chef Thomas Gisler to director of food & beverageRead more »
Every year, Professors David Sherwyn and Richard Hurd select a group of students from their co-taught Labor Relations in the Hospitality Industry class (HADM 4810/ILRLR 4060) to attend the HR in Hospitality Conference and Expo, now in its tenth year...Read more »
We are pleased to announce the Cornell ICSC International Retail Real Estate Competition 2017, hosted jointly with the Center for Real Estate and Finance, to be held May 21 in Las Vegas, NV, during RECon.Read more »
Kate B. Henriksen, a veteran RLJ Lodging Trust executive, is senior vice president of investment and portfolio analysis.Read more »
Marco Benvenuti, MMH '05, co-founder of Duetto, told students attending the Dean's Distinguished Lecture Series to embrace what makes them unique.Read more »