HR in Hospitality Conference advances Cornell students' education

HR in Hospitality reception

For fourteen Cornell University students, their trip to attend the annual HR in Hospitality Conference and Expo in Las Vegas was a capstone for their hospitality and labor-related education, as part of Labor Relations in the Hospitality Industry, a course offered jointly by the School of Hotel Administration (SHA) and the ILR School.

The course is jointly taught by Rachel Aleks, an assistant professor at the ILR School, and David Sherwyn, John and Melissa Ceriale Professor of Hospitality Human Resources at SHA and director of the Cornell Institute for Hospitality Labor and Employment Relations.

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