Two Great Events (free) which will interest PG students.

Dear All,

we have two hospitality focused events one of which may also interest most PG students.

Both events have limited tickets and are on a first come first served basis (but you are the very first to hear about them so be quick).

The First event is our Annual Hospitality Lecture (October 27, 2016
5:30 pm – 8:00 pm, Greynore Hall) featuring some very exciting speakers followed by networking over a glass of wine.  For more information and to register for this event CLICK HERE!

The second event is a Champagne tasting session (November 1, 2016
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm, Greynore Hall). For more information and to register for this event CLICK HERE!

Welcome to the sunshine coast and have a great year!

Ioannis

Great Success for two PhD students of ours.

Flawless PhD defence rewards student her doctorate with no corrections.

Student Maria Gebbels who studied both her UG and Masters with us went on to study for her PhD.  She succesfuly bid for the Savoy Educational Trust funding and very recently had her Viva voce.   Dr Gebbels thesis was entitled:

CAREER PATHS IN HOSPITALITY: A LIFE HISTORY APPROACH.  
Dr Gebbels passed her viva with no corrections, a most rare achievement.  

It has been a pleasure to have both as a student and as colleague as she has taught on some hospitality  UG modules.  She continues her career as Senior Lecturer at University of Greenwich and we all wish her the very best for a bright future.

PhD STudent features on CABI

Student Jennifer Holland was recently asked to write a guest article for the Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences (CABI) about her PhD “Navigating Uncertainty: The Influence of Risk on Consumer Decision-Making in Ocean Cruising”.

Jennifer’s article featured in CABI’s Leisure Tourism section and you can read the article here.

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