Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality Administration at Georgia State University's J. Mack Robinson College Celebrates 40th Anniversary This Year
Throughout its proud 40-year history, the School of Hospitality has strived to provide a practical, cutting-edge and global education for its students and alumni, said Robinson College of Business Dean H. Fenwick Huss. The keen focus on hospitality as a business has helped the school turn out students with the right skills and perspective to thrive in the industry. We fully expect the next 40 years to be equally exciting and compelling.
The School of Hospitality has more than 750 undergraduate students and a growing network of more than 1,600 alumni, and will introduce a one-year master of global hospitality management program this fall. The school consistently ranks among the top hospitality programs in the nation based on academic quality, reputation, facilities, internship opportunities and learning beyond the classroom.
As the School of Hospitality celebrates its 40th anniversary, we want to thank those within the university community who have supported us and helped us grow, said Debby Cannon, director of the School of Hospitality. The faculty joins me in saying thank you to Dean Huss, our industry board members and all who have made this anniversary possible.
To celebrate its 40th year the school has planned several special events, including a leadership lecture series, an alumni reception and a commemorative issue of its biannual publication. For more information, visit the School of Hospitalitys events page
The Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality Administration is the oldest and largest program of its kind in the state. It is ranked among the top 20 hospitality programs in the nation. For more information, visit robinson. http://gsu.edu/hospitality
Georgia State University