Class, study, work, repeat. Such is the grind of the typical undergrad hospitality management student. Voluntarily taking on additional tasks—let alone a complex, time-consuming research project—is an act of sheer audacity.
Enter Harrah College of Hospitality student Jasmine Nemati, whose interest in research sprang not from boldness but from curiosity. The more time she spent studying, working, and interning, the more questions she had about the inner workings of the hospitality industry — and the more she was willing to work to find answers.