We help by generating and transferring the knowledge needed to succeed today and tomorrow, by being involved in research and impart up-to-date insights and best practices available in correct designs.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by the United Nations in 2015 as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that by 2030 all people enjoy peace and prosperity.
The 17 SDGs are integrated—they recognize that action in one area will affect outcomes in others, and that development must balance social, economic and environmental sustainability.
The SDGs are designed to end poverty, hunger, AIDS, and discrimination of all kinds. The creativity, knowhow, technology, and financial resources from all of society is necessary to achieve the SDGs in every context.
The overarching goal of research in the COMMUNITATION LAB is to contribute to a deeper understanding of the mechanisms of knowledge change in young adult’s cognitive development, with a specific focus on scientific reasoning and problem solving.
Our research investigates how young adults’ knowledge changes when they come to know new concepts and problem-solving strategies and when they express and communicate their knowledge in gestures and in speech.
We aim to guiding owners, operators, lenders, investors, and senior executive travelers alike, channelize and consolidate their thoughts, concepts, and knowledge into innovative results, during this time of industry reinvention. Following last year’s staggering disruption, we stand ready to provide strategic guidance and high-impact work product to assist businesses and travelers alike, in recovering and further expanding the dream of liberating travel.
Our network of hospitality professionals with multi-disciplinary expertise, broad geographic scope, and notable hands-on experience, can provide practical, profit-oriented services across a broad range of hospitality property types and business models.
Blended learning emerged as one of the most popular pedagogical concepts at the beginning of the 2000’s. With an increasing tendency, many research projects have reported on blended learning since it flourished. Graham (2006) stated that blended learning would have a great role in the future, and it would be dominated by the distributed learning environments.
The lack of technological availability prevented blending of traditional face-to-face learning with distributed learning environments. However, within the recent 10 years and especially in the past 2 years, social distancing requirements and the introduction of the new technological innovations, volens nolens, filled the gap between traditional face-to-face learning and distributed learning environments.
To sum up, recent developments encourage professionals and entire communities alike to apply blended learning in their specific environments, but how it should be implemented is one of the key questions to be researched by the Institute.