News Archive: L. Robert Payne School of Hospitality & Tourism Management
Outstanding Student: Allison Busch, L. Robert Payne School of Hospitality & Tourism ManagementMay 1
Allison Busch has been chosen as the 2023 outstanding student of the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management.
The Meeting Professional: Paving the pathOct 4
A large group of university campuses is expanding event management programs and awareness of career paths in the industry while working with MPI to ensure the education offered is in alignment with the future needs of all stakeholders.
Assistant Professor Brandon Mastromartino joins The School of HTMAug 27
The L. Robert Payne School of Hospitality and Tourism Management welcomes Assistant Professor of Experiential Marketing, Brandon Mastromartino.
Lamke Family Student Experience Fund Honors an HTM LegendAug 3
The Lamke Student Experience Fund will finance student experiential learning, which will include student trips to industry conferences, trade shows, educational conferences, and other industry events.
SDU-T: HTM Director Winston on Tourism in San DiegoMay 19
Tourism experts say business travel revenue is down and won’t recover until 2024. But San Diego businesses are seeing it make a comeback.
Outstanding Graduate: Samantha Barlow from the School of Hospitality and Tourism ManagementMay 13
She is thankful for the opportunities provided to her at SDSU, and grateful to spend her second and last year on campus in person. Beyond her RTM involvement, Barlow played on the Aztec Club Water Polo team and worked at the Aztec Aquaplex.
Outstanding Graduate: Samantha Barlow from the School of Hospitality and Tourism ManagementMay 11
Hospitality and Tourism Management major named outstanding graduate
Smart Meetings: Carl H. Winston, Director, L. Robert Payne School of Hospitality & Tourism Management, SDSUApr 9
Carl H. Winston, Director, L. Robert Payne School of Hospitality & Tourism Management on reskilling for the future.
Hotel Business: SDSU HTM research shows business travel can give competitive edgeApr 9
An analysis conducted by the San Diego State University School of Hospitality & Tourism Management on behalf of the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) found that in-person business travel and meetings have undeniable advantages over virtual options.