In this week’s installment: an economist talks about the impact of a new Volvo plant; a look at an upcoming congressional race; computer science students work to help area businesses, and more.
Tag: hospitality and tourism management
From New York City to Spain and Dubai, there are few places College of Charleston students won’t be this Spring Break from March 6 -13.
Hospitality and Tourism professor Steve Litvin will serve as a representative of the Fulbright Scholar Program and help with outreach efforts to the higher education community.
Cancun. Mardi Gras. College students gone wild. These images of spring break may not ring as true as you thought.
Phillip Hall ’09 gets paid to be on vacation. He spends his days surfing in Costa Rica, traveling the country and capturing it all in photos and video.
Charleston ranked No. 2 in the world, behind Florence, Italy. Hospitality and tourism professor Wayne Smith says Charleston continues to come out on top because of the people.
Hospitality and tourism management professor Bing Pan focuses his research on online travel. He reveals the truth about online travel vacation sites.
Pate Clarson ’12 works hand-in-hand with NFL corporate sponsors like Publix, Pepsi and Bud Light to help brands create lasting impressions with fans throughout the year.
MBA students and faculty from the School of Business recently returned from a study abroad trip to China and Hong Kong where they studied the operations of two Marriott hotels.
Travel + Leisure named Charleston, S.C. the no. 1 city in the U.S. and Canada, and College of Charleston students take advantage!
Hospitality and tourism management professor Wayne Smith studied 25 couples as they planned weekend trips. Turns out men are more concerned about cost, while women have more influence on timing.