Hospitality With a Heart
Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Lodging, Foodservice, and Tourism

Paper: 978 1 56377 069 2 / $35.00
 
Published: January 2004  

Publisher: Stylus Publishing
168 pp., 6" x 9"
Series: Service Learning in the Disciplines Series
Published in Association with Campus Compact and the American Hotel and Lodging Educational Foundation and the National Restaurant Association

The twentieth in AAHE and Campus Compact's series on service-learning in the disciplines, this volume takes a look at the programs and practices of hospitality educators who have expertly woven service-learning into their curricula. This book constitutes a useful introduction for both newcomers to service-learning and for experienced teachers and presents much practical advice for practitioners and students at all levels of readiness.

Table of Contents:
Introduction--Joseph Koppel; It's Not either Be Involved or Look at the Bottom Line: Developing Hospitality Students into Community and Industry Leaders in a Post-September 11 World--Susan J. Cannery, Corrie Martin, and Nancy C. Northrop Wolanski; Enhanced Professional Socialization Through Service-Learning--Pamela Cummings, Ronald P. Cole, and James A. Myers; Assessing the Personal Impact of a Service-Learning Course Based in a Hospitality-Management Program at Cornell University--Therese A. O'Connor, Marge Dill, Nancy Burston, and Stephanie Rainsford; Service-Learning Best Practices in Hospitality and Tourism Education--Robert M. O'Halloran and Cynthia S. Deale; Service-Learning Projects for Extra Credit--Nancy Swanger; From Volunteerism to Service-Learning: A Recipe for the Success of Foodservice Education--Keith H. Mandabach; The Secret Ingredient in the New Recipe for Hospitality Education: Service-Learning as Andragogy--Joseph Koppel; Enhancing the Hospitality Curriculum with Service-Learning
Vern Markey and Pamela Holsinger-Fuchs; Transforming Students and Communities Through Service-Learning--Tom Van Dyke



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