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The Center for Real Estate and Finance provides Cornell students with experiential learning opportunities through courses, clubs, events, and more.

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Hotelie Garnie Nygren ’05 discusses the inspiration and vision for Serenbe, a model built environment that she is helping to create in the woods southwest of Atlanta.

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Service is a key to learning in the course Hunger, Health, and Nonprofit Social Enterprise. Requirements include...

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Jeremy Gilston left SHA with more than a degree. Soft skills and an incredible alumni network led...

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Togo Tamura ’19 recaps the Statler Fellows Industry Study Trip to San Francisco, including visits with hospitality...

News, Updates, & Thought Leadership

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Prepared to lead: How Jeremy Gilston ’14 found his way to real estate

Jeremy Gilston left SHA with more than a degree. Soft skills and an incredible alumni network led him to become a manager of real estate revenue strategy.

Student Voices

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Around the world and across the country: 2019 MMH winter externship takeaways

From Ghana to Kentucky, MMH students reflect on their 2019 winter externships, which included research, shadowing, and special projects.
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Connecting across generations, Statler Fellows discover tech and hospitality synergies

Togo Tamura ’19 recaps the Statler Fellows Industry Study Trip to San Francisco, including visits with hospitality companies and Hotelie alumni.

Executive Education

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Tips for following trends in the ever-changing hospitality industry

It’s no secret that the hospitality industry is constantly evolving. Here are five tips to help you follow industry trends and stay up to date when your career depends on it.
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Executive Education: Q&A with Professional Development Program faculty

We spoke with five of the amazing faculty that will be teaching courses during PDP and asked about their motivation to teach professionals, excitement about the program, and ideas for how to keep participants engaged.