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
Diversity, safety, and success become the foundation for UNLV.
William F. Harrah College of Hospitality Alumnus of the Year still drawing on lessons learned as an intern at Bellagio.
Alumnus Oliver Wu now recruits UNLV students for their career ambition, can-do attitude, and ability to communicate with diverse people.
College receives $5 million gift from Panda Express co-founders Andrew and Peggy Cherng to support new program in rapidly growing field.
Theatre and hospitality major Darian Fluker shares the value of getting an education in our iconic city.
As summer heats up, so do the accomplishments on UNLV’s campus.
Hospitality In The News
The coronavirus pandemic continues to upend the global travel industry, but hospitality schools aren’t rushing to overhaul their curriculums around how to operate a travel business — yet.
With three properties in Las Vegas now committed to reducing smoking, a question looms: could all of Sin City’s hotels and casinos go smoke-free?
The Las Vegas strip has always been a place of innovation; from CES to casino floors. We’ve been showing you what the future might hold for years. It’s always been a “what if” or “what could be”, and then coronavirus happened.
The University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) College of Hospitality (Harrah Hotel College) received a historic $ 5 million donation from Panda Express restaurant chain co-founders Peggy and Andrew Cherng. The resources will be used to establish the first national academic program in fast-casual restaurant management.
In the history of Las Vegas few things have had the impact on our famous Strip quite like the coronavirus.
Six months ago, the Strip was just a plane ride away for people seeking top-notch shows, sports, concerts and expos.