PSU Professor Lectures in Puerto Rico

March 6th, 2009 by Adam

PLYMOUTH, N.H.-
Mark Okrant (Tourism Management and Policy) recently spoke to students, faculty and administrators at the Universidad del Este’s International School of Hospitality
and Culinary Arts, in Puerto Rico. The topic of his presentation was “Islands as
Visitor Destinations.” Okrant is pictured here, bottom left, with students at Universidad del Este.

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