Faculty Appointed to Named Professorships

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from left: Mike Lynn, Tim Hinkin, Kate Walsh

At their January meeting, the Cornell Board of Trustees approved three SHA professorship appointments. Mike Lynn is the new Burton M. Sack '61 Professor in Food and Beverage Management for a five-year renewable term. Tim Hinkin has been appointed to a five-year renewable term as the Georges and Marian St. Laurent Professor in Applied Business Management. And Kate Walsh is serving a three-year term as the Fred G. Peelen Professor of Hospitality Global Strategy.

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