Jeffrey C. Lolli, EdD, CHE
- Associate Professor
- Business Administration
Programs I Teach
- EdD, Higher Education Academic Leadership (2011)
Widener University (PA)
- MS, Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior (2005)
- BS, Hospitality Management (1986)
Widener University (PA)
- AAS, Culinary Arts (1984)
Atlantic Cape Community College (NJ)
I firmly believe a teacher's role is to guide students and to motivate them to achieve greater levels of success.
My goals are to demonstrate a need for learning by explaining the importance of the concepts being taught to students in every course and how they will be beneficial to their future; be an approachable person both in an out of the classroom environment; keep students engaged in their learning; inspire students to be a better rounded person upon leaving my courses; use multiple learning methods; use the opportunity given to me to mold, shape, and even transform students' behavior, knowledge, and skills; use multiple methods of formative and summative assessment to gauge students' learning progression; and share my experience as an industry professional as it is relative to what I am teaching students.
My research interests include restaurant management, casino management, human resource management, lodging management, food and beverage management, food safety, organizational behavior/dynamics, labor relations, interpersonal communication dynamics, pedagogy in hospitality education, freshman studies/retention, assessment, and accreditation in higher education.
- Lolli, Jeffrey C. "Perceptions of the Importance and Preparedness of Interpersonal Communication Skills of the Entry-Level Hospitality Leader: Implications for Hospitality Educators." Journal of Teaching in Travel & Tourism 13, no. 4 (October 2013): 354-373.
- Lolli, Jeffrey C. "Interpersonal Communication Skills and the Young Hospitality Leader: Are they prepared?." International Journal of Hospitality Management 13, no. 4 (October 2013): 354-373.
- McCain, Shiang-Lih Chen, Nick Bellino, & Jeffrey Lolli. "Responsible Gaming: The Current Practices and the Challenges." The Consortium Journal of Hospitality and Tourism 11, no. 2 (January 2007): 17-26.
Professional Affiliations & Memberships
International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education (CHRIE), Northeast National Federation (NENA), American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA)
- Certified ServSafe Food Safety Instructor and a Certified Hospitality Education (CHE)
- Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
- Beta Gamma Sigma Business Honor Society and Kappa Delta Pi Education Honor Society
In the Media
- KYW Newsradio
- International CHRIE
- Chester Matters Blog