Jamie felt optimistic about the growth of US Economy. He is a little concerned about inflation but feels certain sectors will get better with Covid better under control if more people get vaccinated. Jaime is in favor of vaccine and wants all his employees to be vaccinated.
Another informative lunchtime discussion was “Partnering for Change: A Dean’s Discussion,”. Here NYU SPS Associate Dean Nicolas Graf and Howard University School of Business Dean Anthony D. Wilbon discussed the need to create meaningful pathways for students from underrepresented racial groups to be able to graduate
with the skills and the professional networks that lead to successful
careers in hospitality.
Associate Dean Graf announced two new full scholarships that will be created through the generous support of Loews Hotels & Co and its Chairman and CEO, Jonathan Tisch. The Loews Hotels Scholarship and the Jonathan M. Tisch Scholarship will be bestowed annually upon two graduates of Howard University and/or other Historically Black Colleges or Universities (HBCU), who seek to pursue a master’s degree at the NYU School of Professional Studies Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality.
The students who will receive this tuition assistance will be known as
the Loews Hotels Scholar and the Jonathan M. Tisch Scholar respectively.
One can believe that The NYU School of Professional Studies Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality is known in its 25 years as a leading center for the study of hospitality, travel, and tourism. Here, one can earn undergraduate degree in hotel and tourism management and graduate degrees in hospitality industry studies, tourism management and event management are also prolific.
For more information about the NYU SPS Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality, visit sps.nyu.edu/tisch.