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Department of Hospitality Management

The Department of Hospitality Management offers the following programs:


Interim Department Chair

Tel:(415) 422-6844
mdcollins@usfca.edu

Michael Collins

Associate Professor

Department Faculty

Tel: (415) 422-6844
mdcollins@usfca.edu

Michael Collins

Interim Department Chair / Associate Professor

Michael Collins is an outstanding academician who brings his background in hospitality management experience to his classroom. Dr. Collins is devoted to student success by creating a learning environment that is conducive to helping scholars learn their own strengths and niche within the hospitality management sector.

Tel: (415) 422-6577
fullsack@usfca.edu

Jean-Marc Fullsack

Executive Chef / Term Instructor

Chef Jean-Marc Fullsack prepared dinner for President Bill Clinton and his family at the White House. He was the first Guest Chef to instruct staff chefs in the President’s home, on Air Force One, at Camp David, and in the Navy Mess Hall. Chef Fullsack cooked for and worked with the food service staff of the House of Representative, U.S. Senate. U.S. Navy, and U.S. Army. He received the Walter Reed Medal for Outstanding Performance for his work at Walter Reed Medical Center.

Tel:
tamaier@usfca.edu

Thomas A Maier

Associate Professor

Associate Professor Thomas Maier brings to USF more than 20 years of industry experience, a wealth of current research, and a honed experiential teaching methodology. Prior to academia, Professor Maier was a senior level executive in the international hotel, restaurant, and food and beverage industries. His research interests include applied leadership, restaurant revenue management theory, and business analytics.

Tel: (415) 422-2498
mmillar@usfca.edu

Michelle Millar

Assistant Professor

Michelle Millar is an eco-driven pioneer in the field of consumer behavior as it relates to sustainable tourism and travel. Dr. Millar explores how hotel and restaurant managers relate to and work within their environment, focusing on the impact of environmental attitudes on consumer behavior.