Florida State University’s Dedman School of Hospitality hosted a grand opening of its Marriott Career and Professional Development Center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and tour, Oct. 19.
Assistant professor Sean McGinley earned doctorate, master’s, and bachelor’s degrees at Penn State before joining the Dedman faculty in 2015. Dr. McGinley recently returned there for an awards reception and a two-day program that brought back distinguished alumni to engage with students.
Dr. Lydia Hanks, associate professor at Florida State University’s Dedman School of Hospitality, recently visited Virginia Tech’s Howard Feiertag Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management as a guest speaker.
Dr. Mark Bonn, the Robert H. Dedman Professor of Services Management at Florida State University’s Dedman School of Hospitality, has taken on serving the prestigious quarterly, while continuing on the editorial review boards of three other leading hospitality and tourism journals.
The latest addition to the Dedman School of Hospitality’s team of research faculty discusses the cultural place hospitality holds in his native Turkey, contrasts Turkey's hospitality industry with that of the U.S., and explains why he finds researching financial and economic hospitality behaviors so interesting.
Hospitality and tourism management major, Brooke Warnke, worked a summer internship far north of her hometown in Orlando at the 700-acre luxury mountain resort, Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge. She brought home extraordinary photos, and experiences she will carry through her career.
Florida State University’s Dedman School of Hospitality has jumped 22 spots to No. 18 in the world in the 2018 Global Ranking of Academic Subjects.
Ford, who graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in hospitality administration in 1989, will be honored at the school’s 2018 Honors & Awards Dinner on the university’s main campus, Oct. 18.
The 37-year career of Dedman School of Hospitality’s Cecil B. Day Distinguished Professor of Ethics leaves a lasting imprint on the university, the hospitality industry, and thousands of alumni.
Dedman School of Hospitality faculty members Don Farr and Mark Bonn each traveled to cities in China to participate in academic conferences this summer.