Harry Shapiro’s Profile

Faculty
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Harry Shapiro
Title
Adjunct Lecturer
Department
Hospitality Management
Office
Virtual
Academic interests

Technology, Community and Communications related to Hospitality and Tourims.

Bio

My Interests: Media that’s social, Hamburgers that’re Juicy; Film’s Re: Food.

My clients: Leske’s Bakery, Momentum Machines, Donuts/Bread/Burgers.

My Podcast: http://bit.ly/TAEPWhh

My podcast features interviews with a wide range of academics, inventors, marketers and technologists.

Work Phone
9174074430
Twitter
LinkedIn
linkedin.com/in/watertaxibeach/

My Courses

HMGT 3502

HMGT 3502

Multi Semester: This is an online repository for HMGT 3502 and is intended to span beyond a single semester. Any student is welcome to join, participate, etc. Goal One: To help students who have completed 10 weeks of the course to self evaluate their academic performance to gain an introspective understanding of the impact of their diligence, time management, organizational skills, research skills, and other academic abilities on their learning outcomes for HMGT 3502. Goal Two: To help students entering HMGT 3502 learn from the real world experience of their peers, by reading comments, helpful suggestions, warnings, tricks, tips and “hacks” created by their peers.

My Projects

Personal Branding Through Podcasting

Personal Branding Through Podcasting

Personal branding was once important only for some celebrities. Today personal branding is important for everyone including those who are still in school. A degree + a strong personal brand can drive your success.

Preventing Workplace Injuries in Hotel Housekeeping

Preventing Workplace Injuries in Hotel Housekeeping

In this project I’ll be looking at the problems and some common causes of workplace injuries and explores methods of prevention that can be used effectively by hotels.

Hospitality Research

Hospitality Research

Research a topic within the hospitality industry and come up with a problem and solution for it.

Diversity in the Culinary Industry

Diversity in the Culinary Industry

In the workplace environment discrimination, lack of respect,and the lack of gender diversity among employees can lead to an uncomfortable working atmosphere and poor productivity.

Technology replaces Hospitality

Technology replaces Hospitality

It contains what happen when technology replaces hospitality

My Clubs

Computer Systems Technology Colloquium

Computer Systems Technology Colloquium

The Computer Systems Technology (CST) Colloquium is dedicated to providing the students, staff, and faculty of New York City College of Technology, the City University of New York, and the greater public with access to information regarding the latest developments in computing from both a research and industrial perspective. We strive to schedule speakers that have a prominent influence in the computing field and that can engage our audience to have a deeper understanding and passion for computers, software engineering, programming languages, networks, and other topics.