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Getting Real: A Student Perspective On Benefits And Challenges Of Incorporating Industry Projects Into The Classroom, Elena E. Karpova, Sara B. Marcketti Oct 2013

Getting Real: A Student Perspective On Benefits And Challenges Of Incorporating Industry Projects Into The Classroom, Elena E. Karpova, Sara B. Marcketti

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Learning through industry collaborations in classroom activities is critical in decreasing the gap between the real world and the academic environment. Challenges drawn from industry can increase student knowledge and future employability.


A Reexamination Of Factors Contributing To Apparel Majors' Stress And Abilities To Effectively Manage Their Time, Joy M. Kozar, Sara B. Marcketti, Xinxin Wang Oct 2013

A Reexamination Of Factors Contributing To Apparel Majors' Stress And Abilities To Effectively Manage Their Time, Joy M. Kozar, Sara B. Marcketti, Xinxin Wang

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This study is a replication of the time spent and stress study reported in 2006. The purpose of this study was to provide an update to the original results, noting differences and similarities among students today vs. five years ago.


Academic Engagement Of Hospitality Students, Donald G. Schoffstall, Susan W. Arendt, Eric A. Brown Jul 2013

Academic Engagement Of Hospitality Students, Donald G. Schoffstall, Susan W. Arendt, Eric A. Brown

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Student academic engagement has been researched over the years, drawing limited conclusions and suggestions for improvement. In this study, researchers utilized National Survey for Student Engagement data from a large Midwestern university to examine the academic engagement of hospitality management students and compared their engagement to business students. It was found that 50% of the participating hospitality students spent 11 h or more each week preparing for classes. For both groups, finances were reported as the biggest obstacle to academic progress. The research study provides an examination of hospitality students’ academic engagement. Suggestions are presented for hospitality educators.


Effectiveness Of Food Safety Managerial Training: Face-To-Face Or Computer-Based Delivery, Catherine Strohbehn, Susan W. Arendt, Ungku Fatimah Ungku Zainal Abidin, Janell R. Meyer Jan 2013

Effectiveness Of Food Safety Managerial Training: Face-To-Face Or Computer-Based Delivery, Catherine Strohbehn, Susan W. Arendt, Ungku Fatimah Ungku Zainal Abidin, Janell R. Meyer

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Because cases of foodborne illnesses are es􀆟mated to exceed 40 million each year, current and future managers of retail foodservices must understand their role in training employees about food safety and influencing the work culture to ensure knowledge is practiced. Two educational modules to aid managers in motivating employees and establishing a positive food safety culture were tested among industry managers: recognition and discipline and communication. The effectiveness of two delivery methods, face‐to‐face and computer ‐based training, was also assessed with knowledge based questions and attitude statements. Mixed findings from participants (mostly over 30 years of age ...