HTM held a retirement celebration for Professor Iain Murray yesterday, acknowledging his 27 years of dedicated service to the School. An evening of memories, including speeches and written accolades read. Iain was also granted Associate Professor Emeritus.
Students will have the opportunity to meet alumni at the HAFA/HTM Career Night in PJ's at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 23rd.
On Wednesday, January 23rd, from 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 29 employers will be heading to Peter Clark Hall at the University of Guelph for the 14th Annual Job Expo.
'Rethink Tipping' by Bruce McAdams on TEDxGuelphU.
Tuesday, January 29th, CARA is excited to invite HTM students for an evening of food, beverage and networking at Milestones. RSVP required, see details below.
The Guelph finalists for this year's Young Hotelier Summit contest in Lausanne, Switzerland have been announced: Dan Amzallag, Duncan Chiu, Jiho Chung, Allison Clarke, and Ashley Ferreira. These five candidates will present on currently trending topics in the global hotel industry in HTM*2100: Lodging Operations. Please congratulate them on their accomplishment when you see them in the halls of MACS. HTMers are invited to attend their presentations. We look forward to seeing you in MACN 113 at 2:30 p.m. on January 17th, supporting your fellow HTMers in this worldwide competition!
2012 - January - December
DEC 11: Profs Make Headlines Talking Food Prices
2011 - January - December
DEC 15: Professor Marion Joppe Publishes in JCRT
The Journal of China Tourism Research (JCRT) has published a special issue on “Mainland China’s Outbound Tourism”, including Dr. Marion Joppe’s submission, “Chinese Perceptions of Seven Long-Haul Holiday Destinations: Focusing on Activities, Knowledge, and Interest”.
DEC 12: Add period for Winter Semester 2012 begins today!
Eat, Love, Pray Adventure
Amy's story, thus far.....
As I sit on this secluded beach, digging my toes into the silky sand, I am amazed to see dolphins playing in the deep blue water while the red hot sun slowly sinks into the Arabian Sea. I literally have to pinch myself to realize this is real.
Every year The College of Management and Economics proudly welcomes first year students and endeavours to help them become life-long learners through applied learning opportunities. Many students embrace the challenges set by CME and prove themselves both academically and professionally. As a first year Hotel and Food Administration co-op student, Lucy-Mae Von Sichartshofen Schenk personifies CME’s values and brings a lot to the table considering she published her first novel at the age of fourteen.