Candice E. Clemenz, Ph.D.

2001 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA, United States 
General Business Administration
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Pamela A. Weaver grad student 2001 Virginia Tech
 (Measuring perceived quality of training in the hospitality industry.)
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Clemenz CE, Weaver PA, Gore F. (2016) ClubCorp Goes to School Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly
Clemenz CE, Weaver PA, Han J, et al. (2013) Categories of participants based on their expectations of instructor-led training Current Issues and Development in Hospitality and Tourism Satisfaction. 135-148
Clemenz CE, Kim S, Weaver PA. (2012) An exploratory study of waiting lists in private clubs Club Management Issues in Australia and North America. 19-45
Clemenz CE, Weaver PA. (2003) Dimensions of perceived training quality: a comparison of measurements. Journal of Quality Assurance in Hospitality & Tourism. 4: 47-70
Williams JA, Clemenz C. (2003) Current Perceptions of Students Following the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks The Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Education. 15: 16-22
Clemenz CE, Weaver PA. (2002) Convenience carts: on course to provide food and beverage service. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management. 14: 128-135
Clemenz CE. (2002) Incorporating Mentoring Into a Club Management Class The Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Education. 14: 17-24
Kim S, Clemenz C, Weaver P. (2001) Segmenting Golfers by Their Attitudes Toward Food and Beverage Service Available During Play Journal of Hospitality & Leisure Marketing. 9: 67-82
Weaver P, Chu KH, Clemenz C. (2001) Do Hospitality Programs Provide Restaurant Experiences Commensurate with Local Dining Options The Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Education. 13: 34-40
Clemenz CE, Weaver PA, Gore F. (2000) ClubCorp goes to school: Developing a computer-based training program Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly. 41: 34-39
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