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Stephanie Jameson

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Stephanie Jameson is a Principal Lecturer and University Teacher Fellow. She is a member of the executive of the Council for Hospitality Management Education and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Stephanie has been teaching and researching human resource management in the hospitality industry context for over 30 years. She was appointed by the Home Office as a Commissioner at the Commission for Racial Equality and was a Director of the Low Pay Unit. She has been a reviewer for the National Teaching Fellowship scheme for 8 years and is a reviewer for Fellowships of the Higher Education Academy.

Stephanie has been an External Examiner for hospitality management education in 8 universities including universities in Singapore and Switzerland. She has been an external adviser to Universities in India, Pakistan and Hong Kong. Recently, Stephanie has been part of the Higher Education Academy project with Dr. Peter Lugosi (Oxford Brookes University) which examined 'Teaching and Learning in the disciplines'.

Stephanie has won the Emerald 'Literati Prize' with Dr. Rick Holden and the ‘The Laureate Hospitality Achievement Award’, for outstanding achievement. She recently won the 'Clive Robertson prize' for the best paper in the Teaching and Learning stream (with P. Lugosi), at the recent Council for Hospitality Management Education conference.

Stephanie is on the Advisory Board of the European Mise en Place competition where she chairs a panel of judges from major hospitality companies.

Current Teaching

Stephanie currently teaches undergraduate and postgraduate modules in Human Resource Management in the Hospitality Industry.

Research Interests

Stephanie's current research is examining hospitality undergraduates' changing perceptions of careers in the hospitality industry. This is an international project with partners in New Zealand, the Netherlands, Switzerland and the US.