Bonnie M. Canziani

Dr. Bonnie Canziani holds a Ph.D. from Cornell University in Hotel Administration. She is a faculty member at the University of North Carolina Greensboro, Bryan School of Business and Economics, specializing in the management of customer service relationships and business profitability in various sectors including hospitality, tourism, and transportation. Since 2001, she has been involved in marketing and business research focused on the NC wine and grape industry, with more recent emphasis on wine tourism. Other activities include website usability consulting for local/international companies and serving as a Coleman Fellow in Entrepreneurship at UNCG.

There are 5 included publications by Bonnie M. Canziani :

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Guided Student Reflection: A Critical Imperative for Experiential Learning 2013 1351 This paper presents the results of a pilot exploratory study examining the role of reflection exercises in capturing student learning outcomes from a controlled experiential learning activity in a capstone student consulting course. Qualitative refle...
A Learning Theory Framework for Sustainability Education in Tourism. 2012 2301 As efforts abound across tourism educator networks to craft plans for guiding educational responses to the threats of tourism to people and the planet, it is worth exploring areas in which such labors might be made more efficient, and thus more timel...
Study of Visitors to North Carolina Wineries 2012 373 The wine and grape industry generates a significant economic impact in North Carolina’s rural communities. In 2009 the wine and grape industry generated 7,600 jobs and $1.2 billion in total annual economic impact in the state. Particularly notewort...
Values-based Internships: Combining TEFI Values, Career Internships, and Community Engagement 2014 101 This paper presents a conceptual framework for exploring the potential of values-based internships that are strategically designed to balance learning across all five TEFI values (professionalism, knowledge, mutual respect, ethics, and stewardship). ...
What pedagogical methods impact students’ entrepreneurial propensity? 2015 292 There is a dearth of research that investigates the effectiveness of different pedagogical methods for teaching entrepreneurship. This paper focuses on three learning design choices: experiential learning, use of teamwork, and focus on quantitative m...