When the Budget Ax Falls: A Tale of Survival
With the proliferation of U.S. hospitality-education programs, dwindling institutional resources to support those programs, and decreasing enrollments of traditional students, it's evident that many programs will have to regroup or go out of business altogether. Such were the prospects faced by Washington State University's Seattle-based HRA program in 1993. It was only through the creative and cooperative efforts of faculty, staff, students, and industry leaders that the program still exists at all, providing a suitable model of survival for others to examine.
Riegel, Carl D., and W. Terry Umbreit. "When the Budget Ax Falls: A Talw of Survival." Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly 36, no. 4 (1995): 80-86.
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