William F. Harrah College of Hospitality News
The William F. Harrah College of Hospitality provides students with one of the world’s best programs in the preparation of students for the global hospitality and leisure services profession.
Current Hospitality News
A collection of news stories from February highlighting the people and research of UNLV.
Thanks to a $9 million gift from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, UNLV’s College of Hospitality and Boyd School of Law will develop multiple education initiatives related to tribal gaming and hospitality.
Historic agreement with San Manuel Band of Mission Indians will support teaching, education, and training opportunities for students, professionals, community members, and Native American tribes.
A progressive new curriculum promises more choices for students and more talent for a continually adapting and expanding industry.
From busboy to COO of one of the world's largest resort brands, Bill Hornbuckle has never forgotten those who helped him get to the top. Now, he’s determined to help others get there too.
A collection of news stories from 2019 highlighting UNLV's impact in Southern Nevada and beyond.
Hospitality In The News
It used to be that casino CEOs might do a promotional video or appear on camera to promote a resort.
The hospitality industry has a serious pipeline issue: Less than 7% of U.S. restaurants are led or owned by women, even though 51% of students attending the Culinary Institute of America are female.
But disinfecting chips or even using disposable chips can only go so far since so many people touch them daily or even hourly.
Clay Dubois, the owner of Elite Chip Care, used to get one, maybe two inquiries from casino companies in a week.
Some of Las Vegas’ top chefs have been added to the lineup for the Evolution Las Vegas Food and Wine Experience, scheduled for April 18 at the new Caesars Forum conference center. Nobu Matsuhisa, Guy Savoy, Buddy Valastro and Steve Martorano will join Bobby Flay for the festival’s inaugural edition. Actor John O’Hurley has also signed on to serve as the evening’s host.
Staying on top of the ever-evolving gaming world can be tricky, even for industry experts. And with technological advances—think facial recognition applications or learning-based robot card dealers—comes an entire set of challenges in adapting.