"SHA faculty are experts both in their individual fields and in the hospitality industry," said Michael Sturman, associate dean for faculty development and academic director of the Center for Hospitality Research. "Because of this expertise, the work of our faculty is getting increasingly noticed both by practitioners and by their fellow academics. In addition to the hospitality industry–oriented papers chronicled in this Compendium, another result of our faculty's work is the increasing number of citations for Cornell faculty members' research in academic journals and industry publications." Sturman noted that SHA faculty academic citations have increased every year for the past ten—growing from 2,352 in 2004 to 7,130 in 2014, well over a 200-percent increase. The CHR Compendium summarizes research in such diverse areas as real estate and finance, marketing, human resources, and sustainability. In addition to research reports, the CHR publishes a series of tools that provide hands-on application of current research findings, and the CHR coordinates with two of the school's other centers and institutes to publish specialized industry reports. The Compendium also includes those specialized publications, from the Center for Real Estate and Finance and the Cornell Institute for Hospitality Labor and Employment Relations. This extensive research and publication program is made possible by the support of industry partners, who offer their advice and financial support. Download "The CHR Compendium" at nor charge at Cornell University (free registration)