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Dr Yeganeh Morakabati

Research explores travel risk perceptions

BU's Dr Yeganeh Morakabati looks at the effect man-made conflict has on the tourism industry

Wildlife tourism in Britain

Wildlife tourism in Britain

BU hosts this Tourism Society event exploring future directions, developments and management implications of wildlife tourism

BU Professors Alan Fyall and Dimitrios Buhalis

BU expands tourism Professorship

BUÂ’s has expanded its high-calibre tourism expertise with two new Professorial appointments

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School to relfect tourism angle

BU’s Dr Heather Hartwell

Associate Professorship for BU Nutritionist

BU nutrition and public health expert receives Associate Professorship

A BU study reveals the key factors surrounding support for and against free online Public Health education

BU contributes to online health debate

A BU study reveals the key factors surrounding support for and against free online Public Health education

Attendees at the recent student conference

Gold Medal Spins into Bournemouth

Attendees at the recent student conference

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BU motorsport research showcase

BU physiological study showcased in review of 2010 Motorsport research

BU Sport academic Richard Shipway

BU Sport academic to serve on ESRC Peer Review College

BU Sport academic Richard Shipway has been invited to serve on the newly established Peer Review College for the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)

Professor Paul Curran (left) with John Kent at the event

Institute heralds new era in tourism research

Research and education in the tourism and hospitality industries is set to be transformed following the creation of the John Kent Institute in Tourism at BU.

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New PhD students to 'transform' tourism

The John Kent Institute is named for one of the world's leading tourism entrepreneurs, John Kent, whose substantial contribution to the University will make it possible for postgraduate researchers from around the world to take up a number of PhD studentships at BU over the next three years.

Professor Dimitrios Buhalis

Professor praised for innovative work in eTourism

On the 17 February 2010 BU for Professor Buhalis’ inaugural lecture in a stand only Lecture Theatre at Bournemouth University.

Professor Huw Morris

BU sets agenda for services management research

The urgent formation of a new services management academy was called for by delegates at a major BU Forum recently, in order to increase the impact of service management research.

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Lecture tweets its way to tourism excellence

Professor Dimitrios Buhalis’ public lecture ‘eTourism strategies 2020’, taking place at BU on Wednesday 17 February, will be embracing web 2.0 technology with multi-channel online delivery.

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Times Higher Education reports on BU cross-cultural study

A study into the friendship patterns of international students, by the School of Services Management’s Dr Lorraine Brown, features prominently in this week’s Times Higher Education.

Dorset House at BU

UN recognition for BU tourism courses

The United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) – which promotes the development of responsible, ‎sustainable and universally accessible tourism - has awarded Certification to BU’s undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Tourism Management.

Professor Dimitrios Buhalis

eTourism expert to deliver public lecture

BU Professor Dimitrios Buhalis will deliver his inaugural lecture at the University’s Talbot Campus on Wednesday 17 February at 6pm.

A BU conference aims to lead the way in raising the quality of service industry research

Progressing excellence in management research

Improving the quality of tourism, hospitality, retail and event research will be the focus of discussion for an international conference taking place at BU’s Talbot Campus on Wednesday 17 February.

BU MSc Tourism and Planning students

Tourism students share sustainability knowledge

Four MA European Tourism Management students from BU have revealed to the local community how new technology can support the sustainability of the tourism industry.

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BU tackles tourism sustainability and climate challenge

“Focus on the alternative needs for travel and communicate the positive aspects of tourism”

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Tourism Futures Forum Webcast

The webcast from BU’s Tourism Futures Forum at World Travel Market is now available online.

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