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Andrew (Andy) Hale Feinstein holds a BS and MS in Hotel Administration from the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV). He received his Ph.D from Pennsylvania State University in 1999 where he held an Academic Computing Fellowship. He is currently the Dean and James A. Collins Distinguished Chair at Cal Poly Pomona’s Collins College of Hospitality Management. The Collins College is widely considered one of the top hospitality programs in the United States. Prior to his appointment at The Collins College, he served as the Senior Advisor to the President at UNLV. Andy’s previous appointments at UNLV’s William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration include Professor, Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives, and Chair of the Department of Food and Beverage Management.
Andy has published more than 30 refereed journal articles and presented at dozens of meetings and conferences. Areas of focus have included instructional systems, simulation modeling, and technology as it pertains to the foodservice industry. For seven years, he served as a research consultant for the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation. He is the past President of the Association of Business Simulation and Experimental Learning (ABSEL). He is the past Associate Editor for the only foodservice business journal in the country – the Journal of Foodservice Business Research. Andy has also co-authored and published two textbooks and multiple editions in the area of hospitality purchasing; one of which is the most widely used book of its kind, being utilized at more than 250 colleges and universities worldwide. The seventh edition of “Purchasing” (John Wiley publisher) is now in press.
Latour, K.A., Latour, M.S., & Feinstein. A.H. (In Press). The Effects of Perceptual and Conceptual Training on Novice Wine Drinkers’ Development. The Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly.
Feinstein, A.H. & Stefanelli, J.M. (2012). Purchasing: Selection and procurement for the hospitality industry (8th Ed.). New York: John Wiley and Sons. Also published previous additions and accompanying Instructor’s Manuals and Student’s Workbooks. Text is utilized at more than 250 colleges and universities worldwide.
Singh, D., Kim, Y.S., & Feinstein, A.H. (2011). Internet utilization as a medium for training employees in multi-unit restaurants, Journal of Foodservice Business Research. 14(2).
Cannon, J.N., Cannon, H.M., Friesen, D.P., & Feinstein, A.H. (2011). Would you take a marketing man to a quick service Restaurant? Modeling corporate social responsibility in a food service menu-management simulation. Developments in Business Simulation and Experiential Learning, 38.
Cannon, H.M., Feinstein. A.H., & Friesen, D.P. (2010). Managing complexity: Applying the conscious-competence model to experiential learning. Developments in Business Simulation and Experiential Learning, 37.
Feinstein, A.H. & Stefanelli, J.M. (2010). Purchasing for Chefs: A Concise Guide (2nd Ed.). New York: John Wiley and Sons. Also published previous edition and accompanying Instructor’s Manuals.
Cannon, H.M., Friesen, D.P., Lawrence, S.J. & Feinstein, A.H. (2009). The simplicity paradox: Another look at complexity in design of simulation and experiential exercises. Developments in Business Simulation and Experiential Learning, 36, 243-250.
Myung, E., Feinstein, A.H., & McCool, A.C. (2008). Using a discrete choice model to identify consumer meal preferences within a prix fixe menu. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Research. 32(4), 491-504.
Myung, E.,McCool, A.C., & Feinstein, A.H. (2008). Understanding attributes affecting meal choice decisions in a bundling context. International Journal of Hospitality Management. 27(1), 119-125.
Feinstein, A.H., Dalbor, M ., & McManus, A. (2007). Assessing the Effectiveness of ServSafe® online. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Education. 19(4) 11-20.
Kim, A., Dalbor, M.C., & Feinstein, A.H, (2007). An examination of cost management behavior in small restaurant firms. International Journal of Hospitality Management. 26(2), 435-452.
Werner, W., Feinstein, A.H., & Hardigree, C.E. (2007). The risk to the American fast food industry of Obesity Litigation. The Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly. 48, 201-214.
Andy Feinstein, Dean
The Collins College of Hospitality Management