The Jonathan M. Tisch Center for Hospitality and Tourism at the NYU School of Professional Studies conducted research to calculate and document the growing economic impact of tourism in Queens. The research provided valuable information about the impact of tourism in a rapidly developing borough of New York City. This […]

Students Earn Coveted CHIA Designation
December 15, 2016

This fall, Clinical Assistant Professor Sean Hennessey led a two-day workshop to prepare students for the Certification in Hotel Industry Analytics exam. The CHIA designation, awarded by the American Hotel & Lodging Association, is recognized throughout the hospitality industry as the only hotel-related certification for industry professionals focused on analytics. It provides […]

Class Activities
Barracuda Tank Fall 2016
December 12, 2016

Business Development III is one of the professional studies requirements for the Tisch Center’s Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Tourism Management. The class builds off of its first and second prerequisites as students design and develop a hotel from the ground up. This semester’s students were assigned the site […]

Memories of a Week in Prague
June 2, 2016

The following Prague series was written by students enrolled in SPS Summer 2016 Study Away Programs- Prague and/or London: a one-week intensive course taking place in Prague and/or London over the early months of Summer break. While abroad, undergraduates can enroll in either Leadership for Crisis Situations (Prague), Special Interest Tourism (Prague), Emerging Issues in Hospitality & […]

Last month we had the opportunity to speak with Bunny Grossinger – a longtime Tisch Center supporter and donor, and advisory board member since 1995. Bunny has long been recognized for her early identification of the importance of tourism for the economic, social, and cultural development of society, and has […]