Jane Boyland

Associate Professor + Department Chair,  College of Hospitality Management

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I seek to assist our students as they transition from learners to actively engaged global citizens — as well as provide them opportunities for doing so through travel experiences, community service projects and more.”

Bio

Jane Boyland is an Associate Professor and the Department Chair of The International Hotel School. Her passion is internationalization, whether it be for personal enrichment, to be a better informed citizen or to increase her working knowledge of the competitive global environment of the hospitality industry. She has integrated this passion throughout her work at Johnson & Wales.

She seeks to assist students in transitions from their roles as learners to actively-engaged global citizens and provide them opportunities for doing so through travel experiences, collaborative industry projects and community service projects with international partner schools, social activities with students from other cultures, and scholarship.

She has a master’s degree in Hotel, Restaurant and Travel Administration from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and a bachelor degree in Hotel Administration from the University of New Hampshire.

Areas of Expertise

  • Travel Administration
  • Hotel Administration

Awards

  • International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education, First Place Awarded 2015

Publications

  • Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Cases, (11/01/2016).  Hotel Benchmarking Task Force: A Case Study
  • Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Cases, (9/01/2015). The Broken Restaurant, A Task Force Case Study
  • Instructor’s Manual for Marketing for Hospitality and Tourism, 2nd edition, (01/01/1999). Instructor’s Manual with Case Guide, Test Item File and Transparency Masters