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- 91%of our students have jobs upon graduation
- 54countries represent our student body, making us the most diverse hospitality program in the world
- 945undergraduate students
- 68MS and Executive Master's students
- 34MS in Global Hospitality Business students
- 14Ph.D. in Hospitality Administration students
- $1,000,000 in merit-based college and university scholarships awarded
- 8,252alumni work in hospitality leadership positions in more than 50 countries around the world
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Dr. Juan M. Madera has had two papers accepted for publication. The first, titled “Top Management Gender Diversity and Organizational Attraction: When and Why it Matters,” was accepted for publication in the Archives of Scientific Psychology, an APA journal. The second was accepted by the Harvard Business Review and is titled “How We Describe Male and Female Job Applicants Differently.”
Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Trends has accepted a paper co-authored by Drs. John Bowen and Cristian Morosan titled “Beware hospitality industry: the robots are coming.” The purpose of their study was to provide an overview of how artificial intelligence and robotics can and will be used by the hospitality industry, and offers a glimpse of what the use of robotics will look like in 2030.
Dr. Ki-Joon Back and his research colleagues in Korea, Malaysia and Switzerland have received acceptance notification from International Gambling Studies for their manuscript titled “A mixed method approach of developing a multidimensional scale for gambling fallacy in the Korean context.” The primary objective of their study was to develop a valid gambling fallacy scale for the South Korean population using qualitative and quantitative methods to thoroughly understand the underlying structure of erroneous beliefs toward gambling among recreational and problem gamblers.