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Michael D. Johnson, dean, The Bradley H. Stone Dean and E. M. Statler Professor
Steven A. Carvell, associate dean for academic affairs
Michael C. Sturman, associate dean for faculty development
Timothy Durnford, associate dean for business affairs
Steven A. Carvell, director of the Leland C. and Mary M. Pillsbury Institute for hospitality entrepreneurship
Michael C. Sturman, academic director of Center for Hospitality Research
Dan Quan, director of Center for Real Estate Finance
David Sherwyn, director the Cornell Institute for Hospitality Labor and Employment Relations
Timothy Hinkin, Richard J. and Monene P. Bradley Director of Graduate Studies
Jack Corgel, director of graduate studies in real estate
Molly deRoos, executive director office of student services
TBD, director of graduate programs
Curtis Ferguson II, associate director of student services
Meg Keilbach, associate director of alumni affairs and development
Emily Franco, director of Hotel School/Culinary Institute of America Alliance
Tom Kline, executive director of executive education
Nancy Weislogel, executive director office of on-line learning and collaborative programs
Al Gonzalez, executive director marketing and communications
TBD, associate director for diversity and inclusion
Debra Kruszewski-Warner, director information technologies
Lucinda Allen, executive director of academic operations
Dina Kristof, registrar
Statler Hall. Statler Hall has been the home to the School of Hotel Administration since 1950 and is uniquely designed to meet the traditional and experiential learning needs of faculty and students. The building includes; the 700 seat Alice Statler Auditorium, state-of-the-art classrooms, 100 seat Binenkorb computer center which houses the Chartres Lodging capital markets trading room, food and beverage management labs, and our Marriott Student Learning Center which houses our Nestle hospitality library. Additionally, Statler Hall is home to the Baker Program in Real Estate, the Center for Real Estate Finance, the Center for Hospitality Research, and the Leland C. and Mary M. Pillsbury Institute of Hospitality Entrepreneurship.
The School of Hotel Administration’s Nestlé Library. The Nestlé Library resides within the Marriott Student Learning Center, which opened in August, 2012. As one of the finest libraries in the hospitality management field, the Nestlé Library is noted for its excellent collection, knowledgeable staff and service to alumni, industry practitioners, other hospitality schools and trade associations, as well as the students and faculty of the School of Hotel Administration. The library’s collection contains approximately 37,000 books and more than 500 journal, magazine, newsletter, and newspaper subscriptions. Materials on lodging, foodservice, travel and tourism, real estate, and general hospitality business topics comprise the core of the collection. Among the library’s special features are numerous electronic information resources, including Business Source Complete, Hotel Horizons, Technomic, Mintel Marketing Intelligence, and Hospitality and Tourism Complete, a unique index of hospitality articles. Organized shortly after the founding of the program in hospitality management at Cornell University in 1922, the Nestlé Library contributes to the creation and dissemination of knowledge in the hospitality industry by connecting faculty members, students, and industry executives with hospitality industry information resources. The library’s talented staff is dedicated to serving the educational interests of the students and the research and teaching interests of the school’s faculty.
Statler Hotel and J. Willard Marriott Executive Education Center. The Statler Hotel is a 153 room Four Diamond Hotel connected to Statler Hall. The hotel was designed to provide a distinctive lodging and executive education experience in the center of the Cornell campus, while simultaneously providing students of the School of Hotel Administration with real world industry and management experiences. During the academic year over 200 students work in front line and supervisory positions under the guidance of seasoned hospitality professionals.