Hospitality and Tourism Management
Steve Lui is an industry lecturer for the Hospitality Management Program specializing in information systems for the hotel industry. Steve has been working in the hotel industry for over 14 years. Most of his career has been with Hilton Hotels Corporation where he worked in various hotel and restaurant concentrations. He held the position of Director of Convention Servicesat the San Francisco Airport Hilton from 1994-1997. In 1997, he became the Director of Managment Information Systems for the 2,000 room Hilton San Francisco in Union Square.
- B.S. (1993), Hilton College of Hotel/Rest Management, University of Houston
•B.S. Hospitality and Tourism Management, Purdue University
•M.S. in Hospitality and Tourism Management, Roosevelt University
Professor Janet Sim joined San Francisco State University in 1986 and has been the chair of the department of Hospitality and Tourism Management in the College of Business since 1995. She designed and taught most of the foodservice management courses at SF State.
- D.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction Dissertation in Foodservice Systems Management (1989), University of San Francisco
- M.S. in Food Science (1966), Iowa State University
Andrew Walls, Ph.D. earned his doctoral degree from University of Central Florida's Rosen College of Hospitality Management in 2009. His research interests have focused on consumer behavior, consumer experiences, marketing and lodging with an emphasis in hospitality/tourism marketing/management. He has published numerous articles in leading journals such as International Journal of Hospitality Management, International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, and Journal Hospitality Marketing and Management.
- Ph.D. (2009), Rosen College of Hospitality Management, University of Central Florida
- Consumer Behavior
- Consumer Experiences
- Marketing and lodging with an emphasis in Hospitality/Tourism Marketing/Management
- B.S. (1997), University of California, Berkeley
- Food & Beverage Operations Consumer Behavior Decision Sciences