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"It's no surprise under these circumstances that travelers might view the State Department's travel recommendations by d...
05/07/2021
Don't go to ... Antarctica? Travel alerts blanket the globe and risk irrelevancy

"It's no surprise under these circumstances that travelers might view the State Department's travel recommendations by destination as suspect and confusing," Professor Robert Kwortnik tells Travel Weekly.

Vaccines may be pushing traveler confidence, but advisory fatigue could also be creating indifference around such warnings.

Jacob Tannenbaum MPS-RE ’21 & Shaily Patil MPS-RE ’21–the winners of the 11th Cornell Hospitality Business Plan Competit...
05/06/2021
Green cemetery wins hospitality business pitch contest | Cornell Chronicle

Jacob Tannenbaum MPS-RE ’21 & Shaily Patil MPS-RE ’21–the winners of the 11th Cornell Hospitality Business Plan Competition–pitched Life After Life, a concept that addresses the problem of unaffordable & unsustainable funeral practices in the U.S. through conservation cemetery parks.

A concept addressing unaffordable and unsustainable funeral practices won first prize at the 11th annual Cornell Hospitality Business Plan Competition, an entrepreneurship event awarding cash prizes for the top three pitches.

Congratulations to Angad Jaspal BS '21, Angela Lu BS '22, Jai Patel BS '22, & Carol Wang BS '21–the Cornell University S...
05/05/2021

Congratulations to Angad Jaspal BS '21, Angela Lu BS '22, Jai Patel BS '22, & Carol Wang BS '21–the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration's undergraduate team that placed first in the 6th Annual International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) & Cornell International Retail Real Estate Case Competition!

This event is jointly hosted by the International Council of Shopping Centers and the Center for Real Estate and Finance at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business.

Learn more about the competition at ow.ly/8rt050EAMUO

Congratulations to Angad Jaspal BS '21, Angela Lu BS '22, Jai Patel BS '22, & Carol Wang BS '21–the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration's undergraduate team that placed first in the 6th Annual International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) & Cornell International Retail Real Estate Case Competition!

This event is jointly hosted by the International Council of Shopping Centers and the Center for Real Estate and Finance at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business.

Learn more about the competition at ow.ly/8rt050EAMUO

A team of Cornell University School of Hotel Administration undergraduates earned top honors in the 11th annual Harold E...
04/30/2021

A team of Cornell University School of Hotel Administration undergraduates earned top honors in the 11th annual Harold E. Eisenberg Foundation Real Estate Challenge!

Congratulations to Jenny Bai BS '21, Jonah Deich BS '22, Abhimanyu Goyal BS '22, Samantha Khatchadourian BS '21, Alicia O’Neil BS '21, & Hanna Tadie BS '21!

Learn more about the competition at ow.ly/p34d50EAKQC

A team of Cornell University School of Hotel Administration undergraduates earned top honors in the 11th annual Harold E. Eisenberg Foundation Real Estate Challenge!

Congratulations to Jenny Bai BS '21, Jonah Deich BS '22, Abhimanyu Goyal BS '22, Samantha Khatchadourian BS '21, Alicia O’Neil BS '21, & Hanna Tadie BS '21!

Learn more about the competition at ow.ly/p34d50EAKQC

Professor Alex Susskind tells Marketplace Business News that DoorDash's three-tier service fee structure for restaurants...
04/29/2021
DoorDash offers lower-fee service to restaurants - Marketplace

Professor Alex Susskind tells Marketplace Business News that DoorDash's three-tier service fee structure for restaurants “is a way of kind of getting restaurants to commit and stick with them at a time where they may start to look for other options.”

The delivery app had been criticized for taking high commissions on orders during the pandemic.

Since 2018, the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business has partnered with the Mastercard Foundation for the Hanga Ahazaz...
04/28/2021
Inside partnership between Cornell SC Johnson College of Business and Mastercard Foundation to support Rwanda’s Hospitality, Tourism Industry

Since 2018, the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business has partnered with the Mastercard Foundation for the Hanga Ahazaza Initiative. Learn how we're working together to support Rwanda’s Hospitality & Tourism industries at ow.ly/txWa50EyTc2

Rwanda’s hospitality and tourism industry was thriving before the pandemic. Worldwide hotel chains and luxury resorts were bustling, and more were on the way. With skilled workers in high demand, businesses in Rwanda’s tourism sector were already taking advantage of various training offerings. N...

The decision to go back to work can be fraught for many former hospitality employees, Professor David Sherwyn tells Trav...
04/27/2021
GMs clean rooms and operators cook as hotels struggle to rehire workers

The decision to go back to work can be fraught for many former hospitality employees, Professor David Sherwyn tells Travel Weekly. "And for tipped employees who aren't yet sure what the traffic looks like at their place of business, is it worth it for them? There's a cost to work."

As travel ramps up again across the U.S., many hospitality operators have found that a slow-simmering labor shortage has now reached a boiling point.

Watch LIVE tomorrow, April 28 at 1 p.m. ET: "Restarting the Cruise Industry: Challenges & Opportunities," a virtual even...
04/27/2021

Watch LIVE tomorrow, April 28 at 1 p.m. ET: "Restarting the Cruise Industry: Challenges & Opportunities," a virtual event featuring Dean Kate Walsh & Professor Rob Kwortnik, among other industry leaders.

Learn more & register at ow.ly/QP0d50EyPK2

Watch LIVE tomorrow, April 28 at 1 p.m. ET: "Restarting the Cruise Industry: Challenges & Opportunities," a virtual event featuring Dean Kate Walsh & Professor Rob Kwortnik, among other industry leaders.

Learn more & register at ow.ly/QP0d50EyPK2

We're examining pandemic-related issues in the classroom–an exercise that's empowering students & faculty at the Cornell...
04/26/2021

We're examining pandemic-related issues in the classroom–an exercise that's empowering students & faculty at the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration (SHA) to reimagine a future for the business of hospitality. Learn more at ow.ly/aNlr50EwsuY

We're examining pandemic-related issues in the classroom–an exercise that's empowering students & faculty at the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration (SHA) to reimagine a future for the business of hospitality. Learn more at ow.ly/aNlr50EwsuY

04/23/2021

Today marks both the 90th birthday of SHA's Chuck Feeney ’56 & the official unveiling of Feeney Way on Cornell University's Ithaca campus, honoring the university’s most generous donor. Read more in the Cornell Chronicle → ow.ly/uQlS50EwgmT

The beauty of campus is calling! Don't forget to take a moment to get outdoors & celebrate this #EarthDay! Learn how Cor...
04/22/2021

The beauty of campus is calling! Don't forget to take a moment to get outdoors & celebrate this #EarthDay! Learn how Cornell University is taking steps to power campus with 100% renewable energy by 2035–an effort that's part of our commitment to reach carbon neutrality → ow.ly/6RcO50EvdjH

The beauty of campus is calling! Don't forget to take a moment to get outdoors & celebrate this #EarthDay! Learn how Cornell University is taking steps to power campus with 100% renewable energy by 2035–an effort that's part of our commitment to reach carbon neutrality → ow.ly/6RcO50EvdjH

"Together" was the theme of the 96th Annual Hotel Ezra Cornell (HEC)–a focus that celebrated the human connection within...
04/21/2021

"Together" was the theme of the 96th Annual Hotel Ezra Cornell (HEC)–a focus that celebrated the human connection within hospitality & the power of unity to overcome difficulty together.

Take a moment to read reflections and memories from this year's student leadership → ow.ly/oKBO50EubB5

"Together" was the theme of the 96th Annual Hotel Ezra Cornell (HEC)–a focus that celebrated the human connection within hospitality & the power of unity to overcome difficulty together.

Take a moment to read reflections and memories from this year's student leadership → ow.ly/oKBO50EubB5

Don't miss "The Business of Food," a SC Johnson College event featuring experts & alumni CEOs from all three schools. Le...
04/20/2021

Don't miss "The Business of Food," a SC Johnson College event featuring experts & alumni CEOs from all three schools. Learn more & register at ow.ly/cLJO50EpgPW

Don't miss "The Business of Food," a SC Johnson College event featuring experts & alumni CEOs from all three schools. Learn more & register at ow.ly/cLJO50EpgPW

The pandemic has dramatically disrupted the global food distribution system. Learn more about it & its future at "The Bu...
04/15/2021

The pandemic has dramatically disrupted the global food distribution system. Learn more about it & its future at "The Business of Food," a SC Johnson College event featuring experts & alumni CEOs from all three schools. Register at ow.ly/cLJO50EpgPW

The pandemic has dramatically disrupted the global food distribution system. Learn more about it & its future at "The Business of Food," a SC Johnson College event featuring experts & alumni CEOs from all three schools. Register at ow.ly/cLJO50EpgPW

Now is the time to register for the Crypto and Blockchain Economics Research (CBER) Conference! Learn more & register fo...
04/14/2021

Now is the time to register for the Crypto and Blockchain Economics Research (CBER) Conference! Learn more & register for this April 16-17 event–cosponsored by the fintech initiative at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business → ow.ly/5n7850EhVes

Now is the time to register for the Crypto and Blockchain Economics Research (CBER) Conference! Learn more & register for this April 16-17 event–cosponsored by the fintech initiative at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business → ow.ly/5n7850EhVes

“There are definitely going to be labor shortages,” Professor David Sherwyn tells Skift. “It’s certainly something to be...
04/13/2021
Travel's Labor Problem Now as Surge in Demand Leaves Operators Scrambling

“There are definitely going to be labor shortages,” Professor David Sherwyn tells Skift. “It’s certainly something to be concerned about this summer.”

The U.S. travel sector once again faces a pre-pandemic problem that would have been unthinkable even weeks ago: a worker shortage.

Meet Andrew Karolyi–the new dean of the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business. In this Q&A, he answers questions about ...
04/12/2021

Meet Andrew Karolyi–the new dean of the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business. In this Q&A, he answers questions about his leadership, scholarship, and teaching, as well as his outlook on the college and his own life → ow.ly/wZk950EmIzj

Meet Andrew Karolyi–the new dean of the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business. In this Q&A, he answers questions about his leadership, scholarship, and teaching, as well as his outlook on the college and his own life → ow.ly/wZk950EmIzj

The pandemic is "an opportunity for restaurants to improve labor relations — pay more to staff — and try to renegotiate ...
02/18/2021
The new dining reality: Shorter menus, quicker meals — and ugly-delicious dishes

The pandemic is "an opportunity for restaurants to improve labor relations — pay more to staff — and try to renegotiate the fundamental elements of their business," Professor Alex Susskind tells the Washington Post.

For restaurants, almost a year into the coronavirus pandemic, “nothing is the same as before.” For diners, that means fewer dishes and more time limits.

Join Cornell University for the 2021 Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Lecture that features Ijeoma Oluo, whose debu...
02/17/2021
Author, journalist Ijeoma Oluo to give annual MLK Lecture | Cornell Chronicle

Join Cornell University for the 2021 Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Lecture that features Ijeoma Oluo, whose debut novel, “So You Want to Talk About Race," received critical acclaim and was a New York Times bestseller.

Seattle-based writer Ijeoma Oluo will give the 2021 Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Lecture at Cornell, in a virtual forum on March 1 at 7 p.m.

While most Americans know the storied history and prominent work of the National Association for the Advancement of Colo...
02/17/2021
Leadership in the Family

While most Americans know the storied history and prominent work of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), the organization’s deep ties with the hospitality industry are less known. NAACP Chief of Staff Eris Sims '99 will discuss the intersection of hospitality and the NAACP in a virtual conversation with Dean Kate Walsh, Rafael Bitanga '23, and Gracelyn Goodridge '23.

Register to attend this virtual event, "Leadership in the Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity," happening tomorrow, Thursday, February 18, 2021, at 4 p.m. EST.

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is America’s oldest and largest civil rights group. Most Americans are familiar with the organization’s general work and storied history of advocating for equal rights for all, but perhaps less known is the NAACP’s deep tie...

The Cornell University School of Hotel Administration joins the world in mourning the passing of Marriott International ...
02/16/2021

The Cornell University School of Hotel Administration joins the world in mourning the passing of Marriott International President and CEO Arne Sorenson. He received the Cornell Hospitality Icon of the Industry Award in 2018 → rebrand.ly/k26

It is with a heavy heart that Marriott International announces that our beloved President and CEO, Arne Sorenson, passed away unexpectedly yesterday after a fight with pancreatic cancer. Arne was an exceptional leader – but more than that – he was an exceptional human being. We extend our heartfelt condolences to Arne’s wife and four children. We share your heartbreak, and we will miss Arne deeply. http://bit.ly/3qruThX

02/15/2021

As part of Black History Month, we're celebrating the Black pioneers and visionaries who have made their mark on the business of hospitality. Visit the @cornell_sha Instagram to read more about some of history’s prominent figures.

Dean Kate Walsh tells The New York Times that independent hotels will need to double down in how they convey their exper...
02/15/2021
So You Want to Open a Hotel? Now?

Dean Kate Walsh tells The New York Times that independent hotels will need to double down in how they convey their experience–especially safety. “Safety is paramount–it’s the essential part of bringing guests back,” she said.

Some new hotels and inns are thriving during these trying times by doubling down on the local market, creating escapist atmospheres and employing other, almost unheard-of tactics.

We're welcoming in the Year of the Ox with the Cornell University community throughout the world. We wish you a healthy ...
02/12/2021

We're welcoming in the Year of the Ox with the Cornell University community throughout the world. We wish you a healthy and prosperous Chinese New Year!

Zak Bedrosian ’22 values the SHA curriculum, saying that it helps students build strong connections with one another. "N...
02/12/2021

Zak Bedrosian ’22 values the SHA curriculum, saying that it helps students build strong connections with one another. "Not only does this help when studying and completing assignments, but it expands the amount of networking opportunities we have," he says.

Learn more about him & his time at Cornell University School of Hotel Administration at rebrand.ly/tu8

The pandemic is pushing hotels to be flexible–some rooms are now study spaces while others are being used for child care...
02/04/2021
Empty hotel rooms have become private dining rooms and office spaces

The pandemic is pushing hotels to be flexible–some rooms are now study spaces while others are being used for child care. Professor Steven Carvell tells the Washington Post that hotels need to balance union rules and potential liability as they consider their flexibility.

Driven by record-low occupancy, some hotel owners have gotten desperate, turning rooms into private dining and office spaces.

For Shelby Ragin ’22, the diversity of passions & industries that make up the SHA community is what she values most. "Th...
02/02/2021

For Shelby Ragin ’22, the diversity of passions & industries that make up the SHA community is what she values most. "There are students interning at hotels, real estate firms, start-ups, and restaurants. Even though we are in different industries, we are united by our efforts to help people."

Learn more about her → rebrand.ly/5xm

Join Dean Kate Walsh to hear how, during the global pandemic, restauranteurs the Canlis brothers found inspirational new...
02/01/2021
Reframing and Innovating Through the Pandemic

Join Dean Kate Walsh to hear how, during the global pandemic, restauranteurs the Canlis brothers found inspirational new ways to innovate and meaningfully support their community in ways that support their business model.

Canlis is a historic fine-dining restaurant that has served New American cuisine in Seattle, Washington since 1950. Based on the Canlis family’s innovative mindset, Canlis has become one of the most award-winning restaurants in the greater Pacific Northwest, known for its outstanding hospitality, ...

Move-in weekend is here, kicking off the beginnings of a new semester! For those tuning in from afar, we invite you back...
01/30/2021

Move-in weekend is here, kicking off the beginnings of a new semester! For those tuning in from afar, we invite you back to campus with Cornell University's Live View–glorious to view....without feeling the frigid temperatures.

Watch now → cornell.edu/live-view

Professor David Sherwyn tells CNBC that hotels are unlikely to require guests to be vaccinated, but he believes some hot...
01/29/2021
No vaccine, no service: How vaccinations may affect travel plans in the future

Professor David Sherwyn tells CNBC that hotels are unlikely to require guests to be vaccinated, but he believes some hotels could require inoculations as a type of “boutique sales pitch” that may appeal to certain segments of the market.

The choice of whether to vaccinate against Covid-19 may affect the ability to fly, cruise and travel once vaccinations become widespread later this year.

Dean Kate Walsh tells The New York Times that independent hotels will need to double down in how they convey their exper...
01/28/2021
So You Want to Open a Hotel? Now?

Dean Kate Walsh tells The New York Times that independent hotels will need to double down in how they convey their experience–especially safety. “Safety is paramount–it’s the essential part of bringing guests back,” she said.

Some new hotels and inns are thriving during these trying times by doubling-down on the local market, creating escapist atmospheres and employing other, almost unheard-of tactics.

Tomorrow, Jan. 28 at 11 a.m. EST, hear from the Cornellians (and SC Johnson College of Business alumni) who made it to t...
01/27/2021
Cornell Forbes 30 Under 30 | Connect online | Alumni, parents, and friends | Cornell University

Tomorrow, Jan. 28 at 11 a.m. EST, hear from the Cornellians (and SC Johnson College of Business alumni) who made it to this year’s Forbes 30 Under 30 lists at a virtual event brought to you by Entrepreneurship at Cornell.

Forbes regards them as “revolutionaries” and ten of the 2021 Forbes 30 Under 30 are Cornellians. These alumni represent several industries, ranging from entrepreneurship within the African continent to developing robotic fabrics, cryptocurrency lending and more. Don’t miss this exclusive oppor...

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The Hotel School prepares students to flourish in whatever business or leadership roles they seek—or create. The Hotel School's undergraduate degree the only stand-alone hospitality program to earn AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) accreditation and the only hospitality program in the Ivy League. BS in Hotel Administration https://sha.cornell.edu/admissions-programs/undergraduate/ Master of Management in Hospitality https://sha.cornell.edu/admissions-programs/mmh/ MS & PhD https://sha.cornell.edu/admissions-programs/ms-phd/ Baker Program in Real Estate https://sha.cornell.edu/admissions-programs/baker-real-estate.html Executive Education https://sha.cornell.edu/admissions-programs/executive-education/

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