News and Events

Events

For a full listing of upcoming events in the School of Hospitality Management

Newsletter

Read more about the School of Hospitality Management in our SHM Update.

Department News from Penn State News

Food sustains life and is central in cultures around the world. Now, food is the focal point of a new podcast series developed by the Food Decisions Research Laboratory at Penn State, and facilitators are seeking contributors from the community at large.


Commemorating its 80th year of service and leadership in the hospitality industry, the Penn State University School of Hospitality Management’s alumni group, the Penn State Hotel & Restaurant Society, will honor hotel industry legends and innovators Leland Pillsbury and Ray Schultz at a gala reception at the historical Nittany Lion Inn.


Commemorating its 80th year of service and leadership in the hospitality industry, the Penn State University School of Hospitality Management’s alumni group, the Penn State Hotel & Restaurant Society, will honor hotel industry legends and innovators Leland Pillsbury and Ray Schultz at a gala reception at the historical Nittany Lion Inn.


The Professional Convention Management Association Education Foundation named the Penn State student chapter of the organization as 2016 Chapter of the Year.


The second annual online Interdisciplinary Research Symposium in Foodservice Decisions, which will focus on ethics in foodservice, will be held from 8 to 11 a.m. EST on Dec. 9. The event is sponsored by the Food Decisions Research Laboratory in the School of Hospitality Management at Penn State and the Rock Ethics Institute at Penn State.


Paul Rigazzi, worldwide sales director for Best Western Hotels & Resorts, has joined the Penn State School of Hospitality Management (SHM) Industry Advisory Board.


Penn State students are gaining unique, hands-on experience planning community events for two nonprofit organizations: Pennsylvania Pink Zone and House of Care.


In public and private schools across the United States, foodservice directors have an important responsibility: feeding children each school day while meeting government guidelines with a finite number of dollars. Researchers at Penn State are working to better understand school foodservice operations, a daunting task.


Penn State alumnus Marvin Ashner has made a leadership gift to create the Marvin Ashner Endowed Directorship in the School of Hospitality Management in the College of Health and Human Development. This gift will strengthen one of the nation’s top hospitality education programs with a focus on advancing excellence and enhancing the school’s visibility in the digital age.


The College of Health and Human Development has funded several projects and initiatives to faculty members and researchers, made possible through four endowments that support undergraduate education and outreach programs.


Read more SHM news