Questions

1. What disciplines in universities and colleges do you think the study of TSE

should connect with and why?

2. List three of your own research questions that are most important to further our

knowledge about TSE.

  • 3. What are the key barriers to furthering our knowledge about TSE.
  • 4. As you look to the future (next 5-10 years) how will the field of TSE progress,

given the dynamics of the global situation. Explain.

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Pauline J. Sheldon is Professor Emeritus at the School of Travel Industry Management at the University of Hawaii, Honolulu, USA where she also served as Professor and Dean. She has published books in the fields of Tourism Information Technology, Wellness Tourism, and Change in Tourism Education. Her research interests also lie in the areas of corporate social responsibility and sustainable island tourism. She co-founded Tourism Education Futures Initiative (TEFI), served as President of the International Academy for the Study of Tourism, and has been awarded UNWTO Ulysses Award, the TTRA Lifetime Achievement Award.

Dianne Dredge is Professor in the Department of Culture and Global Studies, Aalborg University, Copenhagen, Denmark. She is Chair of the Tourism Education Futures Initiative (TEFI), a network of over 500 tourism educators and practitioners. This network believes in the powerful transformative effects of education and the co-creation of knowledge in building sustainable and just forms of tourism for the future. Originally trained as an environmental planner, Dianne has 20 years of practical experience working with communities, governments, tourism operators and NGOs. Her research interests include social entrepreneurship, collaborative governance, tourism policy, knowledge dynamics and tourism education.

Roberto Daniele was Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship and Marketing at Oxford Brookes University, UK. He founded the Hospitality and Tourism SE Forum, was Director, Tourism Changemakers’ Forum, and executive member of Tourism Education Futures Initiative (TEFI). Roberto developed and led Oxford Brookes SE Awards (OBSEA)—a program to support social entrepreneurs in universities. The program won awards and was shortlisted for the Guardian Education Awards. In 2014 he founded Tourism Innovation Partnership for Social Entrepreneurship (TIPSE) a consortium of universities and social enterprises to promote SE in academia and industry. In 2016, Roberto won the UnLtd “Social Entrepreneurship Champion” award for his work on TIPSE.

 
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