The School of Hospitality and Tourism Management from San Diego State University recently had an all-women finance team participate in the annual “She Has a Deal” competition.
Lori Pugh Marcum is the manager of global education and event production at Meetings Professional International.
If you asked Nikki Gonzales to describe her life using one word, she would choose “serendipity.”
After graduating this spring, Recreation and Tourism Management major Brandon Botticelli hopes to find a job that takes him as far from an office cubicle as possible.
Though their industry may have taken a hit, that hasn’t stopped San Diego State University’s L. Robert Payne School of Hospitality and Tourism Management (HTM) from making a positive difference in the field.
Within just a few days, all of SDSU had to adjust to the new reality of virtual learning due to the threat of COVID-19.
A leading authority on tribal casinos, Spilde spoke with Native News Online by telephone on Monday to discuss the temporary closures of tribal casinos and their impact on Indian Country.
Speaking with Brad Gessner revealed a few key lessons: Don’t be afraid to tackle new projects. Don’t be adverse to moving. Have a supportive spouse.
Carl Winston, director at San Diego State University's L. Robert Payne School of Hospitality & Tourism Management, goes over what he thinks will happen to the industry when COVID-19 is a thing of the past.
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