The Latin Honors program was established to promote the school’s mission to create and disseminate knowledge about hospitality management to the global hospitality industry by encouraging student research. Students leverage theories acquired from coursework to create new knowledge, to develop meaningful relationships with a faculty thesis advisor, and to demonstrate mastery of research skills to graduate schools and future employers. In the final year of their matriculation, students engage in two semesters and 6 credits of research directed by the school’s professorial faculty and are recognized upon completion with a Cum Laude, Magna Cum Laude, or Summa Cum Laude designation commensurate with the quality of their completed theses and academic qualifications.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2017

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An Examination of LEED Certification’s Utility as Evidence for Superior On-Property Environmental Sustainability in Hotels, Grant Michael Behnke

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Sex Trafficking: The Hospitality Industry’s Role and Responsibility, Giovanna L. C. Cavagnaro

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The Implications of Bank Loyalty Card Programs for Hotel Owners, Bethany Huan

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An Investigation of the Natural Vacancy Rate in the Hong Kong Lodging Market, Jonathan Wai