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Claudia Green

Associate Professor

Lubin School of Business

Management and Management Science

Location
  • @New York City
    One Pace Plaza W 456
Office Hours
New York City
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Biography


Claudia G. Green, PhD has not only academic credentials but industry experience in the field of sustainability in hospitality and tourism. She has been teaching at the Center since 2001 and has taught courses in sustainability and technology. She earned her doctorate degree from Virginia Tech in 1992. She was an restaurant entrepreneur, tourism/restaurant consultant and was recently awarded a Fulbright for her work on sustainability and tourism in Brazil with an emphasis on the upcoming Rio2016 Olympics. She has had sustainability projects in Italy, Brazil and in New York City. She has been invited speaker at conferences in Italy, Spain, Portugal, Brazil, Hong Kong and more.

Education


Executive Education Certificate Program , Columbia University , New York City , 2016
Conservation and Environmental Sustainability

, 2010

PhD , Virginia Tech , Blacksburg Virginia , 1992
Tourism and Hospitality Management

MS , University of North Carolina Greensboro , Greensboro North Carolina , 1977
Nutrition/Business Management

BS , University of North Carolina Greensboro , Greensboro, North Carolina , 1975
Nutrition and Dietetics

Awards and Honors

  • Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship, September 2014 - Faculty Scholar
  • March 1, 2014 - Pace Academy Faculty Fellow
  • Lubin , November 11, 2013 - Lubin Legends Showcase
  • Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Sciences, September 1, 2013 - Pace Academy-- Faculty Scholar Award 2013
  • April 1, 2013 - Green Pace Award
  • Fulbright Commission, Washington, DC, March 1, 2013 - Fulbright Specialist Award Brazil
  • Fulbright Specialist Program Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES) Institute of International Education (IIE) 1400 K Street, NW, Suite 700 Washington, DC 20005, December 2012 - Fulbright Specialist Global Roster
  • The Professor is In (Award by Student Body Vote), 2011
  • Global Fashion Award, 2010
  • Olympic Airlines Magazine, 2008
  • The Brazilians, 2008
  • The News Journal, 2008
  • Wachovia High Net Work Newsletter, 2008
  • Pforzheimer Center for Faculty Development/Center for Teaching, Leaning, and Technology, 2007
  • International Council on Hotel Restaurant and Institution Education, 2004
  • City Harvest Volunteer of the Year, 2003
  • Outstanding Reviewer for International Council on Hotel Restaurant Institution Education, 2003
  • University of North Carolina Alumni Association, 2003

LICENSURES & CERTIFICATES

  • CVENT, September - CVENT Certification
    Certified in the use of CVENT global event planning software. I train all students in Event Planning class and they are all certified upon completion of my class.
  • - Registered Dietitian
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  • - Registered Food Safety
    474926

Publications


Frid, C., Chowdhury, I. & Green, C. (2016). An experiential field study in social entrepreneurship strategy. Journal of Business Ethics Education. Vol 13 , pages forthcoming. http://www.neilsonjournals.com/JBEE/abstractjbee13fridetal.html

Green, C. & Dhiyan, A. The challenges to social entrepreneurship in Brazilian art/handicraft organizations: Today and in the future. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Cases (JHTC). http://www.chrie.org/membership/case-study-competition/index.aspx

Green, C. (2015, October (4th Quarter/Autumn) 09). Tourism in Ilha Grande: The promises and problems of paradise.. Journal of International Academy for Case Studies. Vol 21 (Issue 6) , pages 97-108.

GREEN, C. G. Peruvian gastronomy: An emerging national heritage. Journal of Gastronomy and Tourism.

Cohen, M. & Cohen, M. Can the Olympic Games be a sustainable event?:Trends in academic research.

Green, C. The Challenges of Sustainable Tourism Management in Brazil: Case Study of Ilha Grande.

Green, C. International Cases in Social Entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship ( SUNY Project). .

Baker, M., Murrmann, S. & Green, C. (2013, March). Dining in the city: Server behaviors, time preferences, and the effect of urbanization in restaurants. Journal of Foodservice Business Research. Vol 16 (Issue 2) , pages 113-138.

Green, C. How sustainable are your travels?. Journal is not in list - being petitioned.

Green, C. Economic impact of tourism development: Paraty Brazil. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research.

Green, C. Impact of September 11, 2001 on NYC Restaurant Industry.

Becker, C., Murrmann, K., Murrmann, S., . Green, C. & Cheung, G. 1. Becker, C, K. Murrmann, S. Murrmann, C. Green, and G. Cheung (2001) Urban Lifestyle or National Culture: Which is More Influential in Determining Acceptable Waiting Times for Service. Proceedings. , pages 42-43.

PRESENTATIONS


Green, C. (2015, July 29). Teaching Academy of the ICHRIE Conference. International Council on Hotel Restaurant Institution Education, Orlando, Florida

Green, C. (2014, August). PUC-Rio Faculty and Graduate Student Symposium. “Green Mapping Sustainable Business Development in Paraty and Ilha Grande. PUC- Rio, Pontifical Catholica University of Rio de Janeiro. Department of Geography. , Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Green, C. (2014, May 19). Sustainable Entrepreneurshp Class. "Sustainable Entreprenurship - Brazilian Atlantic Rainforest". PUC-Rio, Rio

Green, C. (2014, January). PUC-Rio Faculty and Graduate Student Symposium. “Embedded Sustainability- the Next Competitive Advantage.. PUC- Rio, Pontifical Catholica University of Rio de Janeiro. Department of Geography., Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Green, C. (2013, October 23). Is sustainability the next big competitive advantage A focus on tourism. University of Seville, Seville, Spain

Green, C. (2013, April). Eastern Academy of Management- 50 Anniversary . What do university students know about sustainability: A focus on tourism management. Baltimore Maryland

Green, C. (2013, April). World President's Forum Panel with Dean Braun. Is sustainability the next big competitive advantage. Pace University- Multimedia Room

Green, C. & , M. (2012, May). V Jornadas de Investigación en Turismo. “Turismo y Sostenibilidad”.. ¿Qué conocen los alumnos universitarios sobre sostenibilidad? Un estudio comparativo en universidades de países diferentes.. Sevilla (Spain),

Green, C. (2012, April). Greater Western Travel and Tourism Annual Conference. GWTTRA, Portland, Oregon

Green, C. & , M. (2012, April). International Tourism Conference “Destination Management and Branding in the Mediterranean Region-Sustainable Tourism in Times of Crisis”. University students' knowledge and practice of sustainable tourism.. Akdeniz University. Antalya (Turquía),

Green, C. (2012, February). Chair of Session. Tools and techniques for representing tourism places. American Association of Geographers, New York City

RESEARCH INTEREST ---


Sustainable tourism, Olympics, technology, sustainability in hotels and restaurants

ARTISTIC AND PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCES AND EXHIBITS

Sustainability in Brazil: O Eco Tour Company
Ilha Grande, Brazil

"Green vs Gold" - Brazil's Race to Balance its Sports-Fueled Tourism Boom
Pace Media and Communications,, Lubin MGT 347 International Management Field Study, Brazil

Grants, Contracts and Sponsored Research

Green, C. (2014, September 1). Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship.
Pace University , $4,000.00 . Funded,Developing a new curriculum for the development of case studies of social entrepreneurs in Brazil.

GREEN, C. (2016, January 1). Teams Mini Grant.
Lubin School of Business , Pace University , $1,000.00 . Funded,Mini Grant to Support Teaching Students about Project Management and Teamwork

Osten, A. (2014, September 1). Undergraduate Faculty Research Grant.
Pace University , $750.00 . Funded,We are examining the sustainable efforts of sponsors, partners, and suppliers as they prepare for the 2016 Olympics using quantitative measures and interviews with the sustainability officers of these major corporations.

Luskay, M. (2013, September). Faculty Scholar.
Pace Academy for the Environment , Pace University , $4,000.00 . Funded,This proposal is for a continuation of our work on sustainable entrepreneurs in Brazilian Atlantic Rainforest. Through the development of a video series and a set of case studies of sustainable entrepreneurs, I plan to develop resources that can be used to educate our students about sustainability and entrepreneurship with a focus on Brazil.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • Slow Food
    American Council on Education: Internationalization Group

  • Academy of Management [Reviewer for Annual Conference] , October 2014
    Lead academic management organization in the world.
  • Global Sustainable Tourism Council , August 2009
    Global accreditation organization that evaluates sustainability certifications around the world.
  • Council on Hotel, Restaurant, Institution Education , September 1999
    National Organization that holds professional, academic meetings each year for continuing education and reporting of research.
  • New York State Dietetics Association , September 1999
    Professional and academic organization for the field of dietetics
  • Eastern Academy of Management , August 1999
    Academic and professional organization for the field of management.
  • American Dietetic Association [Active member] , January 1977
    Professional association of food, nutrition and food service management. Member since 1977. Attend annual conference to maintain registration each year.
  • European Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institution Education , January 2012
    International association with CHRIE. Promoting education and research in the fields of hospitality and tourism.

COLLEGE SERVICE

  • Educational Resources [Committee Member]
    Desc: Review existing resources and make recommendations for future holdings.
  • ExternalRelationship [Committee Member]
  • Faculty Scholarship Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Promote opportunities to support continuing education for faculty.
  • Center for Global Business Programs - Steering Council [Committee Member]
    Desc: Meet with CGBP staff to discuss international programs at Pace. Exchange ideas and make recommendations.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Internationalization of the curriculum in Lubin and providing opportunities to students.
  • Center for Global Business Programs - Steering Council [Committee Member]
    Desc: Meet with CGBP staff to discuss international programs at Pace. Exchange ideas and make recommendations.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Internationalization of the curriculum in Lubin and providing opportunities to students.
  • Figuero International Scholarship Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Meetings 3 times per year to assess eligibility for scholarships based on need, academics and student essays
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: We disbursed over $150,000 in scholarships to help Lubin students have a significant international learning experience.
  • GreenPace Committee - Pleasantville [Committee Member]
    Desc: Represent Lubin on issues of sustainability and collaboration between Pace and Pace Law School. Often have to do phone meetings due to the logistics of getting between the two campuses.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Creating opportunities for sustainability education and research on both campuses.
  • GreenPace Committee - Pleasantville [Committee Member]
    Desc: Represent Lubin on issues of sustainability and collaboration between Pace and Pace Law School. Often have to do phone meetings due to the logistics of getting between the two campuses.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Creating opportunities for sustainability education and research on both campuses.
  • Lubin Faculty Council [Attendee, Meeting]
    Desc: Attend these meetings on a regular basis.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Represent Management Department at Lubin Meetings.
  • Project Pericles Advisory Committee [Attendee, Meeting]
    Desc: Advise the Project Pericles on community service projects.
  • Search Committee AVP International Programs [Committee Member]
    Desc: Review applications for the position of VP of International at the University level. Interview applicants in person and via Skype to make recommendations to President and Provost.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Recommended two candidates who turned down position. Re-formed committee and recommended a 3rd candidate who accepted the position.
  • Executive Committee of Lubin Faculty Council [Committee Member]
    Desc: Meet monthly to make decisions regarding Lubin Faculty issues.
  • NY Faculty Council Meeting [Attendee, Meeting]
    Desc: Attend these meetings on a regular basis.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Representing Lubin.

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

  • AOK 1 Civic Competency Courses ( 3 per year) [Assurance of Learning - Institutional Service]
    Desc: AOK1 Civic Competency Service Learning Courses =100 hours
    I am the ONLY Lubin Faculty who has 3 courses with an AOK1 Civic Competency designation which means that each year, I coordinate service learning activities and work with about 75 Lubin students in corporate social responsibility and service community projects in NYC and in Brazil.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: AOK1 MGT 308 Tourism- data collection and mapping sustainable destinations in NYC AOK1 MGT 347 -data collection and mapping sustainable destinations in Brazil for the upcoming Olympics
  • GreenPace [Committee Member]
    Desc: As a member of this committee, I contribute to the message of sustainability and have invited speakers such as Glenn Prickett from Conservation International and the Nature Conservancy to speak to students in MGT 250 Management Concepts and MGT 30 Travel and Tourism Management.
  • Lubin Hospitality and Tourism Student Organization (advisor)= 4 hours [Student Org Advisor (Professional Org)]
    Desc: Lubin Hospitality and Tourism Student Organization (advisor)= 4 hours
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Help plan events and supervise the officers. Help with promotion.
  • Project Pericles Advisory Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Consistent with my interest in community involvement and service learning, I also serve on the Project Pericles Advisory Board. The responsibility of the Board is to evaluate and award University Wide Project Pericles Fellowship Grants to faculty who develop courses that address the importance of social responsibility and active citizenship. (2 -4 hours per year).
  • Collaboration between Lubin and Dyson [Planning collaborative international experience for business and communications studenbts]
    Desc: Working with Professor Luskay and Revkin to create a documentary on the impact of the Olympics on society, culture, environment and economy of Brazil.
  • AOK 1 Civic Competency Courses ( 3 per year) [Assurance of Learning - Institutional Service]
    Desc: AOK1 Civic Competency Service Learning Courses =100 hours
    I am the ONLY Lubin Faculty who has 3 courses with an AOK1 Civic Competency designation which means that each year, I coordinate service learning activities and work with about 75 Lubin students in corporate social responsibility and service community projects in NYC and in Brazil.
  • GreenPace [Committee Member]
    Desc: As a member of this committee, I contribute to the message of sustainability and have invited speakers such as Glenn Prickett from Conservation International and the Nature Conservancy to speak to students in MGT 250 Management Concepts and MGT 30 Travel and Tourism Management.
  • Project Pericles Advisory Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Consistent with my interest in community involvement and service learning, I also serve on the Project Pericles Advisory Board. The responsibility of the Board is to evaluate and award University Wide Project Pericles Fellowship Grants to faculty who develop courses that address the importance of social responsibility and active citizenship. (2 -4 hours per year).
  • World Wildlife Film Festival [Workshop Organizer]
    Desc: Working with a non profit organization to bring Film Festival to NYC campus. Film makers from all over the world to participate and workshops held.

PUBLIC SERVICE

  • Travel+SocialGood [Consultant and Advisor]
    Desc: Advise this non profit on programming and planning global summit in May 2016.
  • Catalytic Communities (Brazil non profit) [Research Coordinator NYC]
    Desc: Organized data collection for all of NYC and conducted training for Pace students (MGT 308), Columbia students and representative from the United Nations. Assured quality data collection and entry. Incorporated data collection into AOK1 Civic Compentency course.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Participated in a global research project entitled Favela Perceptions Survey. The 2014 survey was be the most detailed and important to date as it will revealed how the World Cup affected these figures. The survey worked in dialogue with the broader work CatComm is conducting, not least the current longitudinal media analysis. With the results, the non profit, CatComm, will inform international public opinion which has a direct impact on policies on the ground, advocate for more constructive policies, and provide a framework that can be used by similar communities struggling worldwide.
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