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Las Vegas set the stage for the career of Kathy Dyke, the Hotel Administration Alumna of the Year.
From professional reasons to personal connections, faculty across campus share why they’re fond of certain works they penned.
Las Vegas is a gambling mecca that attracts millions of tourists from around the world with its great climate and entertainment-packed resorts. Those millions of visitors, hotel marketing experts say, can be categorized into four buckets: wholesale customers, group customers, FIT (free independent travelers) and casino discount customers.
Independent coffee shop and eatery Makers & Finders Urban Coffee Bar has scrapped its Henderson expansion plan for now, but a second location in Summerlin is brewing.
The good old days of widespread free parking at casinos ended in 2016. Now, with some properties raising those initial fees beginning Wednesday, it’s enough to make you yearn for the halcyon days of last year when parking was just cheaper.
The William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration received $24.4 million from the Nevada government in 2015 to construct a new home for its nation-leading hospitality program. But without several of Vegas’ most well-known gaming companies and entrepreneurs, the project wouldn’t have been possible.
You can’t say the new $59 million, 93,500-square-foot building under construction at UNLV’s William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration signals a coming of age for the program if only because the program has already grown up.
Associate Professor, Hotel Administration
An expert in hospitality and employment law, labor relations, hotel security, and risk management
Assistant Professor, Hotel Administration
An expert in restaurant operations, career and leadership development, and workplace spirituality.
Professor, Sociology and Hotel Management
An expert on gaming and society, Bernhard has been featured on CNN, The Discovery Channel, the BBC, and The History Channel.