For the second time, the Master in Tourism Destination Management holds the TDM Master Colloquium. This year’s event will take place on Friday 26 January, from 9.00-13.00hrs in N1.226.
Former student of the academic pre-master programme SBM, Maikel Nuijten, and NHTV colleagues Pieter de Rooij and Laurent Snoeckx have written an academic paper.
Greg Richards delivered a keynote presentation at the conference “Imagining Experience: Creative Tourism and The Making of Place” and at the Arte Polis VI biennial meeting at Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia in August.
The EU and the Portuguese scientific research council (FCT) have recently approved two major research projects on cultural and creative tourism. In both cases NHTV was asked to provide advice on the project.
Dr. Rami K. Isaac has been invited by UNWTO and the Ministry of Tourism of Azerbaijan to participate in a roundtable on “Tourism in Multicultural Societies”. The meeting will be held on 27 September in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Frederike van Ouwerkerk attended the general conference of ICOM (international Council of Museums) in Milan earlier this month. During this conference she gave two pre-conference workshops about storytelling and presented a paper about tourism possibilities of the Roman Limes (Frontier) along the River Rhine.
A wide range of high-quality papers were presented around the theme ‘Desirable Transport Futures’ at the 3rd international workshop in the Black Forest in Germany, co-organised by the Centre for Sustainable Tourism and Transport.
Last week the Belgium popular science magazine EOS published the article “Ecological flying is a myth”;containing interviews with Centre for Sustainable Tourism and Transport professor Paul Peeters and Academy for Tourism researcher Eke Eijgelaar.
Last week, all NHTV students that are involved in the Van Gogh Europe project were instructed, trained and collected their first surveys. Read about their experiences.
Based on data collected in their first year in the Bachelor of Science in Tourism (NHTV/Wageningen), recent Bsc graduates Esther Konijn and Nienke Sluimer published an article together with tourism lecturer Dr. Ondrej Mitas. The article, ‘Click to Share’, is about photo sharing and was published in the scientific journal International Journal of Tourism Research.