2014 ICHRIE Career Advancement Academy
International CHRIE will be offering three full-day professional development consortiums through the ICHRIE Career Advancement Academy. These full-day seminars will be offered individually at the 2014 Annual ICHRIE Summer Conference in Sand Diego, California on Wednesday, 30 July 2014. All consortiums feature expert instructors of best practices in hospitality & tourism teaching and learning.
The focus of the 2014 ICHRIE Career Academy is Sustainability. The Teaching track will look at embedding sustainability practices into curriculum, developing sustainability teaching pedagogy and student –industry projects. The Research Track will focus on developing industry based research partnerships, mix methods research, and building your research team all with a focus on sustainability issues. The Leadership Track will focus on sustaining faculty motivation in and out of the classroom, managing-up and sustaining your leadership focus through career progression. The CHRIE Career Academy is a sustainable way of developing skills in and out of the classroom and meeting colleagues across the world that have similar interest and complimentary skill set.
The Teaching and Research Consortiums are being offered prior to the 2014 Annual ICHRIE Summer Conference and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. *Please note: Registration for the 2014 Leadership Academy will be taken on an individual basis. Please email Sam at firstname.lastname@example.org with expressions of interest.
Cost to attend:
Members with institutions that do have institutional or premium membership = free
Individual members whose institutions do not have an institutional or premium membership = $50
Please note that there is a strict limit of 50 participants for each of the consortiums and participants are expected to attend the entire day.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2014 ICHRIE Teaching Consortium. The Consortium will convene on the first day of the ICHRIE Annual Conference, Wednesday, 30 July 2014.
Teaching is a profession and a career whose ultimate goal is SERVICE—service to the industry and the society. We, as teachers of hospitality and tourism, fulfill this service obligation by preparing our students to be responsible, productive and engaged citizens. The quality of this service is directly proportional to the quality of the teacher in terms of the teacher’s knowledge and expertise. Teachers must constantly and consistently create, acquire and share new knowledge, skills, experiences and wisdom to sustain this quality. The teaching consortium provides these excellent and unique opportunities.
The Teaching Consortium in the Career Academy moderated by Dr. Nelson Barber and Dr. Chris Taylor will feature the following topics presented and facilitated by some of the most experienced and accomplished hospitality and tourism teachers.
- Service Learning: How can it be useful?
- What is Service-Learning?
- What learning objectives can service-learning address?
- What should I consider when designing and teaching a service-learning course?
- The Effects of Service Learning
- A panel discussion to sum up all the above topics.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2014 ICHRIE Research Consortium. The Consortium will convene on the first day of the ICHRIE Annual Conference, Wednesday, 30 July 2014.
Research and teaching are the two sides of the same coin. Research compliments and enhances the quality of teaching by testing and creating new knowledge and paradigms. Research also helps the industry with solutions to challenges and translating theories into practice. Hence research is a calling, a passion, a profession whose ultimate goal is also to provide service. The Research consortium at the career academy provides active and potential researchers with opportunities to enhance their research agendas and provides key guidance in tackling the many challenges of conducting research.
The Research Consortium at the Career Academy, moderated by Dr. Zvi Schwartz and Dr. Manisha Singal, will feature the following topics presented by some of the most prolific and accomplished researchers in hospitality and tourism education.
- Frontiers in Revenue Management—Research
- Research in Hospitality Finance—Theory Building and Theory Testing
- Research Quality Measures—Using Secondary Data Sources in Hospitality Research (STR's SHARE center and M3 Center for Hospitality and Innovation data)
- Early stage research feedback—roundtable discussion
- Research presentation by a leading HTM researcher(s)
The leadership consortium will examine the many facets of leadership. This includes not only leadership of an academic unit but leadership in other organizations such as professional associations, advisory boards, and industry. Designed for current leaders or individuals who want to expand their administrative career options, this track will provide information about leadership qualities; styles of leadership; and leadership challenges such as creating a vision, developing curriculum, raising funds, budgeting, hiring and motivating staff, evaluating professionals, coordinating advisory groups, and using various models of communication and consultation.
*Please note: Registration for the 2014 Leadership Academy will be taken on an individual basis. Please email Amie at email@example.com with expressions of interest.
~ Leadership is action not a position.
As Dr. Tom Maier, a leadership session presenter so eloquently states, “Leadership and community engagement go hand in hand in today’s hospitality industry and education. Volunteerism and community outreach lends itself to greater insight and enlightenment for today’s hospitality leaders and the communities they serve. More importantly, community engagement sets forth to find new ways to challenge organizations to invest time and effort into external engagement. Community engagement at the point of exclusion brings forward the conversation as to ‘inclusivity’ in terms of economic, societal and cultural contexts”.
The Leadership Consortium, moderated by Dr. Bob O’Halloran, Dr. Cynthia Deale and Mrs. Susan Fournier, has some of the best known academic leaders presenting the following topics:
Leadership positions In Hospitality Education
- Service Leadership and Community Engagement in Practice
- Leadership Lessons in Service and Scholarship.
- Leadership Panel Discussion
- Roundtable Discussions: possible topics
* Handling difficult situations
* Advisory boards
* Assessment/ Accreditation