Editor-in-chief of Tourism Today
“HOW DEMOGRAPHICS AND ROBOTS WILL DISRUPT EDUCATION”
October 28th, 18:40.-19:10.
Craig Webster (Ph.D.) is an Associate Professor of Hospitality and Food Management in the Department of Applied Business Studies at Ball State University, USA. He studied Government and German Literature at St. Lawrence University, received an MA and Ph.D. in Political Science from Binghamton University in and an MBA Intercollege, Cyprus. He has taught at Binghamton University, Ithaca College, the College of Tourism and Hotel Management in Nicosia, and the University of Nicosia. His research interests include the political economy of tourism, robots and artificial intelligence in service industries, and public opinion analysis. Dr. Webster is the Editor-in-Chief of Tourism Today, has published in many peer-reviewed journals internationally, and is co-editor of the book Future Tourism: Political, Social, and Economic Challenges, an edited book published by Routledge. His most recent book is Emerald Publishing’s Robots, Artificial Intelligence and Service Automation in Travel, Tourism, and Hospitality, co-edited with Stanislav Ivanov. He currently teaches courses in Hospitality Management at Ball State University’s Miller College of Business.