The following post was written by sophomore, and Tisch Center social media assistant, Camille Aké. Camille will graduate in May 2018 with a B.S. in Hotel and Tourism Management, and a minor in Food Studies.  “Family tourism is an under-researched subject area: only relatively recently has it received the academic attention it deserves as an important social […]

Alumni Spotlight: Andrew Bell
April 23, 2015

The following interview with Adjunct Instructor Andrew Bell was conducted by Tisch Center social media assistant Tiffany Choi. 1) Tell me a little about your career and where you are now. I am the lead instructor for the American Sommelier Association. I have developed the curriculum, and for the past 18 years while […]

The following interview with Adjunct Instructor Susheela Raghavan was conducted by Tisch Center social media assistant Tiffany Choi. 1) Tell me a little about your career and where you are now. I am a food scientist by education and training. I have worked many years in the food, beverage and flavor industries developing new […]

Adjunct Faculty Spotlight: Alp Ozaman
April 21, 2015

The following interview with Adjunct Instructor Alp Ozaman was conducted by Tisch Center social media assistant Tiffany Choi. 1) Tell me a little about your career and where you are now.  I completed my MA in International Marketing and Management at Marmara University, Istanbul and my MBA in International Marketing and Management at CUNY Baruch […]

Adjunct Faculty Spotlight: Cary Broussard
March 3, 2015

The following interview with Adjunct Instructor Cary Broussard was conducted by Tisch Center social media assistant Tiffany Choi. Can you tell us a little about yourself? What do you do and how long have you been teaching at NYU for? I am a longtime supporter of the Tisch Center. In the late 90s, […]

Faculty Spotlight: Sean Hennessey
February 26, 2015

The following interview with Clinical Assistant Professor Sean Hennessey was conducted by Tisch Center social media assistant Tiffany Choi. Now that your first semester is nearing its end, what was one thing that you enjoyed the most? What I enjoyed the most was having more time to interact with the students (sorry, […]