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Mark Beattie

Clinical Assistant Professor
Wsu Everett
Hospitality Business Management

Contact

Phone: (425) 405-1751
Office: 915 NORTH BROADWAY

Education

  • PhD (Gonzaga University)
  • MBA (Gonzaga University)
  • BA (Washington State University)
  • Other (Yakima Valley College)

Mark Beattie

Dr. Beattie is Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Clinical Assistant Professor in the School of Hospitality Business Management at Washington State University Everett. Dr. Beattie teaches a full range of hospitality coursework, including managed services and event planning. Nearly all of his courses are designed using hybrid and online course delivery with experience in designing over 20 courses. He has taught and researched internationally in Switzerland, Malawi, and Tanzania. Dr. Beattie has over 15 publications and conference proceedings to his credit including publications in Jesuit Higher Education, The International Journal of Higher Education and Democracy, and The International Journal of Servant-Leadership. Dr. Beattie is a reviewer for the Hospitality and Tourism Graduate Student Education and Research Conference and is an Assistant Editor for Narrative Magazine. Dr. Beattie has over 30 years of experience in the Hospitality Industry with 20 of those years in management positions with restaurants, hotel food and beverage operations, and managed services.

Research Interests

English as a second language practice in hospitality settings
farm-to-table implementation in senior living communities
wage policies in restaurants

Teaching Interests

hospitality business management

Journal Articles

  • R Chinta, M Beattie, K Brands, S Wheeler Lessons from the Field: Teaching a Completely Online "Global Business" Course to African Refugees in Northern Kenya and Malawi Jesuit Higher Education, 2012
  • M Beattie A Terezin Afternoon Journal of Scholarship and Opinion, 2004

    Books/Book Chapters

    • Book Chapter M Beattie, E Brown, P Gibbons Accessible, appropriate, and effective education: The case of NetTel@Africa
    • Book Chapter M Beattie, J Gau, D Rutherford, M O'Fallon Workplace Violence in Hotels

      Presentations

      • Mark A Beattie, Hoi Tsen Chan Beattie Bridging the Gap: Language Prepartion for the Hospitality Industry
      • Mark A Beattie, Vivian Faustino-Pulliam, Linda Lange Reflections on Teaching a Jesuit Commons: Higher Education at the Margins: Online Course to African Refugee Camp Students
      • Mark A Beattie Distributive Education in Refugee Settings

        Other

        • M Beattie The role of education in economic development: study of NetTel@Africa in Tanzania
        • M Beattie, F Beattie Akeelah and the Bee. International Journal of Servant-Leadership.