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Young Hoteliers Summit 2016

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Once again, the students in Hospitality, Food and Tourism Management at the University of Guelph have been invited to participate in the Young Hoteliers Summit’s case competition in Lausanne, Switzerland in 2016!

The application for this case competition is open to all students who have hotel work experience and have successfully completed HTM*3060 (students currently enrolled in HTM*3060 are encouraged to apply).

HAFA/HFTM Alumni Fall Social & Recognition Event

2015 Alumni Association Members

Alumni are invited to attend the Fall Social where the HAFA/HFTM Alumni Association will honour outstanding alumni for their professional accomplishments. It’s a great night for networking and reconnecting with fellow alumni and faculty.

Welcome New & Returning HFTM Students

Thank you HFTMSA (Hospitality, Food & Tourism Management Student Association) for the fantastic warm welcome and School spirit shown to our 1st year students in Rockwood during Orientation. The afternoon started with lunch, followed by introductions from student council, faculty & staff and finished with fun orientation games. Thank you to the Charcoal Steak House for sponsoring student lunches.

Congratulations Valerie Allen!

Photo of Valerie Allen outside of Macdonald Stewart Hall

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A beautiful sunny day for a beautiful person. Today is the official retirement day for Valerie Allen. Thank you Val for 25 years of your kindness, caring and generosity, you have made an impact on so many of us.

Congratulations and wishing you the very best!  Hugs from your HAFA/HFTM family.

 

Welcome to New Faculty Member Dr. William Murray

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The School is thrilled to announce our new faculty member, alumnus Dr. William Murray, who will be joining us on July 1st.

William was inspired to teach while earning his Master’s degree from the University of Guelph, and has been honing his research, teaching and communication abilities ever since. He and his family are delighted to come full circle, and join the faculty at the school that started the journey.

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