Michael Krondl’s Profile

Faculty
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Michael Krondl
Title
Adjunct Lecturer
Department
Hospitality Management
Office Location
N200

My Courses

HMGT 1102-Introduction to Food Service Management F19

HMGT 1102-Introduction to Food Service Management F19

A two-part foundation for food and beverage management, focusing on culinary math and procurement methods. The culinary math component focuses on accurate measurement, portion controls, recipe conversions, product yields, and inventory methods. Current market and procurement trends are explore, with an emphasis on product identification.

HMGT4988 Parks & Rec F19

HMGT4988 Parks & Rec F19

Operation and management of leisure segment of tourism such as parks, commercial and non-profit recreation facilities, and sports organizations. History, current trends and likely direction of leisure are explored. Management of resources, visitors, and services along with planning and marketing of spectator and participatory sports events and products are highlighted.

HMGT1101LC40 PerspectivesFA19

HMGT1101LC40 PerspectivesFA19

SUSTAINABILITY IN HOSPITALITY – This learning community will introduce the 21st Century relevance of sustainability in the hospitality industry and incorporating the concept connecting the various foundations taught in these two introductory management classes. Connections will be made as students investigate their career options and widen their scope of industry knowledge. Students will learn how to establish a professional electronic profile and simulate a career exploration search.

ENG1101 LC46, Fall 2019

ENG1101 LC46, Fall 2019

This is an introductory college-level course in communication skills that further develops your reading, analyzing, researching, and writing skills through readings and assignments. What you do in this class is not important simply for completing a requirement, as the skills you work on here will be crucial to your success in your chosen course of study going forward. Being part of an FYLC with introductory courses in Hospitality Management means that there will be shared themes, materials, and assignments across all three classes. This set of courses offers you the opportunity to fully engage with your chosen major, as well as form community with the peers who will be accompanying you here at City Tech.

Culinary Tourism Fall 2018

Culinary Tourism Fall 2018

With New York City as a world food culture laboratory, students will explore the concept of culinary tourism and its economic impact on the tourism industry. Students will create, market and conduct their own NYC culinary walking tour. Students will co-create the Hospitality Management Department’s NYC Culinary Guide to Restaurants and Food Shops on Open Lab.

My Projects

FYLC – Faculty

FYLC – Faculty

This is a Working Space for Faculty who participate in First Learning Learning Communities. This site is a private website open to FYLC Faculty.

Interdisciplinary Dictionary

Interdisciplinary Dictionary

The Interdisciplinary Dictionary is the work of students in a Fall 2018 FYLC in Hospitality Management and English.

Living Laboratory Associate Fellows

Living Laboratory Associate Fellows

This is a collaborative space for use by Living Laboratory Associate Fellows participating in the General Education Seminar, part of City Tech’s Title V grant-funded initiative A Living Laboratory. This seminar will concentrate on incorporating general education outcomes into our courses focusing on Kuh’s High Impact Educational Practices, place based learning, open pedagogy and assessment practices.

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