New research from Florida State University finds Airbnb’s exponential growth worldwide is devouring an increasing share of hotel revenues and also driving down room prices and occupancy rates.
Florida State University’s Dedman School of Hospitality has been recognized as one of the world's most productive hospitality research institutions during the last 35 years by a leading academic journal.
Cynthia Johnson, CHE, serves as director of the Global Club Management & Leadership Program at Florida State University’s Dedman School of Hospitality. Her passion for developing internships at the world’s top clubs and golf courses has been instrumental in launching many school intiatives, and the successful careers of hundreds of graduates since 2007.
The Florida State University Dedman School of Hospitality announced the creation of an annual Emerging Professional Award to recognize the outstanding accomplishments of an alumnus who has graduated within the past ten years.
An extraordinary outpouring of generosity by supporters of the Florida State University Dedman School of Hospitality during FSU’s Great Give, March 28–29, shattered previous records and current expectations.
Florida State University’s Dedman School of Hospitality has jumped 22 spots to No. 18 in the world in the 2018 Global Ranking of Academic Subjects.
FSU’s student chapter of the Club Managers Association of America was named 2019 Student Chapter of the Year at the CMAA World Conference & Club Business Expo.
Graduates of the FSU Dedman School of Hospitality often cite the contribution its faculty — especially the support and direction given outside the classroom — as an important factor in preparing them for successful careers.
After more than eight years of service as a staff member at the Florida State University Dedman School of Hospitality, Alishia Piotrowski has joined the school’s specialized teaching faculty.
When Sarishni Patel joined the staff of the Dedman School of Hospitality as director of development in November, she was impressed.