News: William F. Harrah College of Hospitality

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Business and Community | September 28, 2010
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Campus News | August 30, 2010
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Arts and Culture | August 26, 2010
Digitized Collection of 1,500 Menus From Las Vegas, Canada and Europe Provides a Unique Look at Culinary Trends and Cultural History
People | July 16, 2010
This monthly award program recognizes classified staff employees who go above and beyond and contribute an extra something while on the job.
Research | May 20, 2010
Recreation is an important part of an individual's social behavior and it is playing a more critical role in the lives of older adults by contributing to an improved quality of life.
Research | May 19, 2010
A Harrah Hotel College professor is studying different ways the guest's resort experience can be enhanced through the senses.
Business and Community | May 18, 2010
For 17 years, the hotel college's mentor programs have connected students with the industry leaders — many of them UNLV graduates. The result is students well-prepared for careers in the hospitality industry.
People | May 18, 2010
After 11 years leading the hotel college, Stuart Mann is stepping down but not stepping away from preparing tomorrow's hospitality industry leaders.
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Campus News | April 30, 2010
Appointment Effective July 1, 2010
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Campus News | April 20, 2010
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People | April 12, 2010
Kathy Nelson, UNLV professor of tourism and convention management, is among the world’s top event management professionals and is helping develop stronger standards for the industry.
Cindy Ortega poses for camera
People | April 12, 2010
Alumna Cindy Ortega has an unlikely background for someone who just helped open a multibillion dollar resort dedicated to the massaging and feeding of tourists. And at first blush, it seems more unlikely still that her specific job is making such a behemoth environmentally "small."