Hospitality and Tourism Management Program Coordinator
Office: Central Hall 123
Phone: (541) 552-7009
FAX: (541) 552-6715
MBA - Hospitality Management, Colorado Tech University (2011)
BS in Hotel and Restaurant Management, Northern Arizona University (2001)
European Study Abroad Program (Summer 2000)
Ecole Hotelier les Roche, Switzerland (Culinary) European Restaurant and Food Service Management
Netherlands Institute of Tourism, Netherlands (Tourism) European Hospitality and Tourism
2008-2011 Le Cordon Bleu College, Scottsdale, Arizona; Lead Instructor, Hospitality Management
2008-2011 Scottsdale Culinary Institute, Scottsdale, Arizona; Adjunct/Online Instructor, Hospitality Management
2006-2088 Tribune Newspapers, Travel Writer and National Account Manager, Hospitality
2004-2006 AZ Tourist News, Regional Marketing Manager
2003 ARAMARK, Management in Training
2002-2003 Delaware North, Commissary Supervisor
2002 Loews Ventana Canyon Resort, Externship - Food and Beverage Operations
1999-2001 The Inn at NAU, Manager on Duty
1995-2001 Larocca's Restaurant, Waiter
Byron Marlowe is the Coordinator of the Hospitality and Tourism Concentration and Instructor in the School of Business at Southern Oregon University. He currently moderates the Hospitality and Tourism Management Club in the School of Business at Southern Oregon University.
Byron's areas of teaching expertise include:
- Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism
- Hotel and Motel Operations
- Food and Beverage Management
- Hospitality and Tourism Marketing
- Hospitality Accounting and Finance
- Hospitality Facilities Management
- Hospitality Sales Management
Prior to joining the School of Business at Southern Oregon University, Mr. Marlowe was the Lead Hospitality Instructor at Le Cordon Bleu College in Scottsdate, Arizona. Mr. Marlowe acquired substantial experience in the hospitality industry before academia. He held managerial positions within Managed Food Service Operations, Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce Publications and finally at a Pulitzer Prize winning newspaper.
Byron's explorations in tourism have been published in the East Valley Tribune and the Arizona Tourist News. Byron has advised several projects in Hospitality Operations and currently consults with Non Profit Organizations on recruitment strategies. He has participated in Education Exchange Programs for Tourism at NHTV International School of Applied Sciences and Les Roches International School of Management for European Food and Beverage Service Standards.
Byron is currently enrolled in Sonoma State University's Wine Business Management program.