This is the third year that tourism researchers from CLCS (Center for Leisure and Culture Services) and Lund University collaborate to develop a two day workshop on social media for students at their respective Service Management programmes.
Master students and people from the tourism industry was in place when the conference "Tourism 2.0: Innovation & Experience" was held at Campus Helsingborg. During the conference, participants could, among other things hear about exchange students as tourists, about queuing in amusement parks as well as about free guided walking tours of Helsingborg.
Professor C. Michael Hall from the University of Canterbury, New Zeeland has been awarded an honorary doctorate from the Faculty of Social Sciences at Lund University. He has made significant contributions in research and education at the Department of Service Management and Service Studies.
The first encyclopedia that presents a thorough overview of the fields of quality and services for students, researchers, and professionals in the social sciences and business is now ready after many years of work by Professor Su Mi Dahlgaard-Park from our department as General Editor.
It is six times more expensive for society – and for you individually - if you travel by car instead of cycling. This has been shown in a Department of Service Management and Service Management study of Copenhagen, a city of cyclists. It is the first time a price has been put on car use as compared to cycling.
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