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Stanley Douglas Suboleski

Lecturer of Management


  • Ph.D. (Hotel Operations/Administration), University of Nevada, 2012
  • MS (Hotel Administration), University of Nevada, 2006
  • Master’s Coursework (Hotel, Restaurant & Institutional Management), Pennsylvania State University, 1991
  • BS (Theatre/Film), Syracuse University, 1984

Areas of Specialization

  • Room Service Best Practices
  • Hospitality Operational Auditing
  • Multi-Unit Management
  • Hospitality Training
  • Experiential Course Design (Hospitality Operations)
  • Hospitality Asset Design & Openings (Hotels, Restaurants)


Stan Suboleski, lecturer of management, has a doctorate degree from the William F. Harrah College of Hotel Administration at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. He teaches courses in management, services/hospitality operations, human resources, organizational behavior, marketing, and strategic management. His areas of research focus include service industry operations, multi-unit management, services marketing, and analysis of research methodologies. Previously the director of sales at the International Gaming Institute in Las Vegas, Suboleski has more than 20 years of hotel experience in executive and corporate management, including posts as vice president of operations and senior vice president of development for asset management firms based in Chicago and Florida. He has operated numerous conference facilities, hotels, and restaurants, as well as managed several service side support and hospitality outsourcing firms. He has designed and opened hotels in major metro markets such as New York, Chicago, Miami, and Minneapolis. He was a founding partner of EWD Solutions, an Internet marketing firm specializing in service and hospitality organizations.  EWD Solutions was awarded the Best Hotel Website Design by the American Hotel and Lodging Association in 2001.

Office Location

Parker College of Business room 1105
Phone: 912-478-2548


Curriculum Vitae

Last updated: 3/12/2022