Susan Phillip’s Profile

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Susan Phillip
Display Name
Susan Phillip
Title
Associate Professor
Department
Hospitality Management
Office Location
718-260-5630
Academic interests

Urban history, architecture and planning; cultural heritage tourism

Bio

Susan Phillip is Associate Professor in the Department of Hospitality Management, where she teaches courses in tourism. She developed, and teaches, interdisciplinary courses examining contested monuments and the evolution of Brooklyn’s industrial waterfront; she is a frequent ID guest lecturer on issues related to New York City’s built environment. Place is her pedagogy, and she uses Brooklyn and NYC as resources. Her chapter, “Using Monuments to Teach About Racism, Colonialism, and Sexism,” was included in the book, Interdisciplinary Team Teaching: A Collaborative Study of High-Impact Practices. Her background includes museum-sponsored educational travel and marketing. She is a graduate of Howard University and New York University.

Work Phone
718-260-5630

My Courses

ENG3401 OL 14, Law through Literature Fall 2020

ENG3401 OL 14, Law through Literature Fall 2020

An exploration of concepts of justice, higher law, customary law and written law expressed through works of fiction and non-fiction. The course seeks to enhance the student’s sensitivity to issues of ethics, gender bias and class consciousness as they affect the administration of justice. Readings improve communication skills and strengthen legal skills of identifying, articulating and locating problems in the context of underlying legal issues. Written assignments emphasize expository writing skills.

LIB2205ARCH2205 Learning Places

LIB2205ARCH2205 Learning Places

This special topics course offers an interdisciplinary approach to investigating our built environment using a case study focused on a specific place each semester. This course combines physical examination with information research and data collection using methodologies developed in multiple disciplines. Students from a variety of departments engage in on-site exploration and in-depth research of a location in New York City.

LIB2205ID Learning Places, FA2020

LIB2205ID Learning Places, FA2020

This special topics course offers an interdisciplinary approach to investigating our built environment using a case study focused on a specific place each semester. This course combines physical examination with information research and data collection using methodologies developed in multiple disciplines. Students from a variety of departments engage in on-site exploration and in-depth research of a location in New York City. Faculty from the Library and Architectural Technology Departments are teaching the course this semester, and will thus focus course material through a lens of architecture, urban studies, and information studies.

HMGT1101_S2020_Goodlad

HMGT1101_S2020_Goodlad

An overview of the history, likely directions and organizational structure of the hospitality industry and its role in local, national and global economies. Students are introduced to the nature and scope of the hospitality industry, basic terminology, management concepts, career path explorations and the department’s mission and culture.

Urban Tourism Fall 2018

Urban Tourism Fall 2018

This course will examine urban tourism as a vehicle of urban renewal and economic regeneration. The roles of government, business, and the community will be explored as well as issues of development, management, the environment and social equity. New York City and Brooklyn will be evaluated as models for the development, challenges and opportunities of urban tourism.

My Projects

Writing Across the Curriculum

Writing Across the Curriculum

WAC encourages courses throughout the college to incorporate formal and informal writing into the course practices and requirements. Avatar retrieved from Bridgeline Digital, Creative Commons License

The Open Road

The Open Road

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Office of the Provost

Office of the Provost

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HMGT Academic Advising

HMGT Academic Advising

Advice, tips and resources from faculty, staff and students to ensure all Hospitality Management students can design their own path to graduation.

Living Lab General Education Seminar Winter 2024

Living Lab General Education Seminar Winter 2024

This is a collaborative space for use by Living Laboratory General Education Seminar participants. This seminar will concentrate on incorporating the general education outcomes of civic engagement, critical thinking, ethical reasoning, information literacy, and teamwork into our courses focusing on George D. Kuh’s High Impact Educational Practices, place-based learning, open pedagogy, and assessment practices.

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