Curriculum VitaeKEVIN S. MURPHY Ph.D., C.E.C.ProfessorFoodservice Lodging Management DepartmentRosen College of Hospitality ManagementUniversity of Central Florida9907 Universal Blvd.Orlando, FL, 32819Office 271407-903-8035 (office)540-230-6114 (cell)[email protected]

May 2020SUMMARY of ACCOMPLISHMENTSRESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS Have over 80 publications (refereed journal articles, books, book chapters, presentations, and reports) Have 40 Peer Reviewed Jo u rn a l Articles in press/accepted 5 A c a d e mic Books & manuals 22 of articles are in Rosen College top tier journals including International Journal of HospitalityManagement, International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, Cornell Quarterly 20 articles as lead author, 8 as single author, 21 with graduate students 447,478 External Grant & Contract Funding. Co-PI and participant amount 87,933 683 citations; i10-index of 21; h-index 16 (, June 7, 2021) Chair 8 PhD dissertation, 1 master thesis committees Served on 13 PhD dissertation, 2 master and one honor thesis committees Recipient, University Research Award (RIA) (2014), 2008 Emerald Journals Highly Commended Award Over 25 A c a d e mic Peer Reviewed Presentations (18 with graduate students) 26 National and international Invited speaker, presenter & panel member for academia and industry. 4 Non-refered publications (white papers) 3 Academic journals - editorial board membership 6 Academic journals - reviewerLEADERSHIP AND SERVICE HIGHLIGHTS Chair, Department of Hospitality Service (2013-2019) Founded Hospitality Management BS Advisory Board 2013 Founded Senior Living Management Advisory Board 2018 Chair, Rosen College Strategic Plan Committee 2025 Founded and Co-chaired Rosen College Entrepreneurship Competition 2014-2019 Advisor/Founded, Eta Sigma Delta Honor Society(2004-present), Inducted 3104 students as of 2020 Elected Member, Faculty Senate Steering Committee (2011-2012 & 2016-2019) Elected Member, University Committee on Committees (2011, 2016-2019) Elected Member, Undergraduate Course Review Committee (2011-present) Chair, College Graduate Policy and Curriculum Committee (2008- 2013) Chair, Undergraduate Policy and Curriculum College Committee (2006-2013) Chair, Doctoral Rotation Committee (2011-2013) Chair, College Faculty Assembly (2008-2009) Chair/served on 7 university, over 15 college and department committees. 26 Invited Speaker or Presenter at International, National, local level 120 Media interviews. TV and Press at the International, National and Local level Board Memberships, University President’s Advisory Board, Corporate, Government, NGO 16 years management experience Owner & Manager, foodservice organizations (1983-1999)TEACHING HIGHLIGHTS Outstanding teaching evaluations from students at all levels (above 4.0 or higher on a 1-5 scale) 30 years University level teaching, undergraduate, masters, doctorate 8 Study a broad programs developed and led 2002-2010 27 Undergraduate courses developed, prepared and taught at 5 universities - UCF, JMU, VT, UA, 8 Graduate courses developed, prepared and taught at 2 universities UCF, IULM Chair 8 PhD committees, 1 master thesis committee Served on 12 PhD committees, 2 master and one honor thesis committees Recipient, 2012 Excellence in Graduate Teaching Award Recipient, 2011 University Teaching Award (TIP) Recipient, 2010 Teacher Excellence Award, Eta Sigma Delta honor society Recipient, 2007, Banfi Vintners Faculty Institute Grant ( 11,000 award)6Kevin S. Murphy

May 2020EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUNDUNIVERSITY EDUCATIONPh.D. 2006Hospitality and Tourism Management, Pamplin College of BusinessVirginia Tech University, Blacksburg, Virginia. Major Professor: Michael D. OlsenM.S.2000 Hospitality and Tourism Management, College of Human ResourcesVirginia Tech University, Blacksburg, Virginia. Major Professor: Suzanne MurrmannB.S.1997 Hospitality and Tourism Management, College of Human ResourcesVirginia Tech University, Blacksburg, VirginiaA.S.1986 Department of Accounting, College of BusinessBentley College, Waltham, MA.PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONSCertified Executive Chef (CEC), currentNational Restaurant Association Servsafe Sanitation CertificationCertified HACCP ManagerCertified Food Safety Manager (CPFM)Certified Hospitality Educator (CHE)7Kevin S. Murphy

May 2020EMPLOYMENT HISTORYUNIVERSITY EXPERIENCEUniversity of Central Florida, Rosen College of Hospitality Management, FL.2018 - pres.2013 - 20192011 - 20182003 - 2011Professor, Foodservice & Lodging Management DepartmentChair, Hospitality Services DepartmentAssociate Professor, Foodservice & Lodging Management DepartmentAssistant Professor, Foodservice & Lodging Management DepartmentGraduate Courses Taught (8): HMG 7876 Strategies & Tactics: Foodservice Management HMG 7919 Doctoral Research HMG 6596 Strategic Marketing in Hospitality Management (Blended & Web Mode) HMG 6296 Strategic Issues in Hospitality and Tourism (Blended & Web Mode) HMG 6228 Human resources Critical Issues (Web Mode) HMG 6245 Managing Hospitality and Guest Service Organizations (All modes) HMG 6365 Management of Corporate Foodservice Operations (Blended Mode) HMG 6918 Directed ResearchUndergraduate Courses Taught (18): HFT 4894 International Gastronomy- Study Abroad HFT 4955 Study Abroad Field Studies HFT 4844 Sanitation in Foodservice (Web mode) HFT 4602 Independent Study HFT 4453 Food, Beverage and Labor Cost Control Management HFT 4295 Leadership and Strategic Management (Blended Mode) HFT 4298 Hospitality Business Consulting HFT 4269 Case Studies in Multi-Unit Restaurant Mgmt. (Blended Mode) HFT 4250 Hospitality Operations Management HFT 4274 Vacation Ownership Resort Management HFT 4343 Hospitality Facilities Planning & Design HFT 3955 Study Abroad Field Studies HFT 3540 Guest Services Management (Blended Mode) HFT 3263 Restaurant Management (Blended Mode) FSS 3124 Supply Procurement Management (Blended Mode) FSS 3008 Culture & Cuisine (Blended Mode) FSS 2221 Techniques of Food Production (Blended Mode) HFT 1000 Introduction to Hospitality & Tourism Management (Blended & Web Mode)2006University of Aruba, Oranjestad, ArubaVisiting Assistant Professor, Hospitality and Tourism Management2000-2003James Madison University, College of Business, Harrisonburg, Virginia.Instructor, Hospitality & Tourism Management Department1999-2000Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA.Instructor, Hospitality & Tourism Management Department1991-1996Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA.Lecturer, Hotel, Restaurant & Institutional Management DepartmentHalf-time appointment in HRIM; half-time in Continuing Education8Kevin S. Murphy

May 2020RESTAURANT & HOTEL INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE1996-1999L & R Inc. T/A The Farmhouse Restaurant, Christiansburg, VirginiaJoint Venture Partner; Vice President and General ManagerResponsible for the overall operation of a 650-seat restaurant with banquet facilities for 250, a 110-seatlounge, and off-property catering business. Duties include the management of: employees engaged in salesand marketing, an in-house accounting office, compilation of financial statements, banquet and catering,dining room and lounge staff, operation of kitchen and the renovation and maintenance of a 4.5 acrecomplex.1991-1996Virginia Tech-Donaldson Brown Conference Center, Blacksburg, Va.Associate Director (Oct. 1994 - Jan. 1996)Managed the overall facility and personnel of the lodging office, sales and catering, and food and beveragedepartments. Hospitality and Tourism Management Department faculty member (half-time appointment)instructing catering management course and responsible for overall performance of Fine Dining restaurantlab courses.Food and Beverage Director (Oct 1991 – Oct. 1994)Managed all food and beverage operations and sales office. Provided budget projections for food andbeverage operation. Revived failing food and beverage operation. Planned complete renovation andimplementation of new dining room and instructional kitchen.1990-1991Ramada Airport Hotel, Boston, MAExecutive ChefManaged the overall operation of all food outlets, employees, ordering, and inventory cost controls for a350-room unionized hotel with banquet facilities for 550 and two restaurants.1989-1991At Ease Cuisine, Boston, MAChef OwnerStarted and operated catering company that catered social and business events in metropolitan Boston fora variety of business and social clientele.1998-1989World Trade Center, Boston, MAExecutive Sous ChefResponsible for the daily operation of banquet facilities (feeding from two to 4,000), and the managementof two restaurants for a multi-use state-of-the-art conference facility.1986-1988J. Bildner And Son, Boston, MAExecutive ChefResponsible for the operational management of the main commissary and catering kitchen for a ten unitrestaurant and retail chain. Prepared catered events for an upscale business and social clientele in the greaterBoston area.1980-1986Sheraton Boston Hotel, Boston, MASous ChefSeven years of high volume experience at The Sheraton International Corporation’s flagship hotel. 1650rooms, seven food outlets, banquet facilities for up to 5,000. Worked and managed all areas of hotelkitchen. Completed four years of quality apprenticeship in the Corporate Sous Chef Apprentice1976-1980Wellesley Country ClubWhere my association with food all began as a cook9Kevin S. Murphy

May 2020AWARDS & HONORSINTERNAL AWARDS2014University Research Award (RIA), The University of Central Florida Research Incentive Awardprogram. A 5,000 annuity to base salary.2012College Excellence in Graduate Teaching Award, The University of Central Florida’s Programto recognize outstanding graduate-level teaching at the College level. 2,000 prize.2011University Teaching Award (TIP), The University of Central Florida Teaching Incentive Awardprogram. A 5,000 annuity to base salary.2010Teacher Excellence Award, The Rosen College of Hospitality Management chapter of EtaSigma Delta (ESD), international honor society for outstanding service to studentorganizations at the Rosen College.2004Teacher of the Year, nominated by Rosen College Student Hospitality Management AssociationEXTERNAL AWARDS2008Highly Commended Award, Emerald Journal Outstanding Doctoral Research Award for thePh.D. Dissertation, The International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management.2007Networked Digital Library of Theses & Dissertations Awards Sponsored by Sirus & ElsevierJournals, Top Twenty Dissertations Downloaded in the World Recognition for the year2007. A first for a Hospitality Dissertation2007Banfi Vintners Faculty Institute Grant.The Banfi Foundation grant of 11,000 to the UCF Foundation to take Banfi’s WineEducators Program in Italy along with two Rosen College students.2005International CHRIE, Herman Breithaupt Award, nominatedExhibited high professionalism, demonstrates a strong commitment to hospitalityeducation, and contribution to International CHRIE and the industry as a chef/educator.2004Darden Restaurant Faculty Summer Institute. Awarded a 4500 grant to attend theFaculty Internship week in Orlando, Fl. At headquarters for Red Lobster Restaurants.2004Chapter Chef of the Year, American Culinary Federation (ACF)ACF Chefs of Blacksburg Virginia named Chapter of the Year, by ACF Virginia Region.2003International CHRIE, Herman Breithaupt Award, nominatedExhibited high professionalism, demonstrates a strong commitment to hospitalityeducation, and contribution to International CHRIE and the industry as a chef/educator.2001American Society of Travel AgentsFoundation Simmons Scholarship Award2000Travel Industry Association EducationalFoundation Award2000Food Consultants Society InternationalScholarship Award2000National Restaurant AssociationEducational Foundation Scholarship Award2000International Foodservice Editorial Council (IFEC) Scholarship Award1998Taste of the Blue Ridge – Blue Ribbon1997Taste of the Blue Ridge – Blue Ribbon1997New River Valley Best Restaurant – Gold1997Eta Sigma Delta (ESD), Inducted into an international scholastic achievement honor society.1995Chapter Chef of the Year, American Culinary Federation (ACF), Blacksburg, VA Chapter10Kevin S. Murphy

May 2020RESEARCH & CREATIVE ACTIVITYRESEARCH INTERESTSAreas related to: restaurants, strategic management, human resources and hospitality operations management.Topics related to: restaurant food safety and sanitation, human resource high performance work practices,compensation, operational design, leadership, slow food movement, training and development, green practices,co-alignment, competitive methods, competitive advantage.639 citations; i10-index of 17; h-index 15 (, February 8, 2021)REFEREED ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS*papers with graduate students1. Zhong, Y., Busser, J., Shapoval, V., Murphy, K.S. (2021). Hospitality and Tourism Student Engagementand Hope During Covid-19 Pandemic. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Education, . Harris, K.J., DiPietro, R.B., Line, N., Murphy, K.S. (2019). Restaurant Employees and Food SafetyCompliance: Motivation Comes from Within. Journal of Foodservice Business Research, 22 (1), 98-115.3. Shapoval, V., Murphy, K. S., Severt, D. (2018). Does Service Quality Really Matter at Green Restaurantsfor Millennial Consumers? A moderating effects of gender between loyalty and satisfaction. Journal ofFoodservice Business Research, 21(6), 591-609, Rivera, M., Murphy, K. S., *Khalilzadeh, J. (2018). Globalization of workforce: PLS approach tohigher-order value construct in study abroad context, Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Technology.9 (3), 314-3375. Murphy, K. S. (2018). The Value of the Disney College Program Internship and Students’ LoyaltyIntentions, Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Insights, 1 (1), 86-102, Murphy, K. S., Torres, E., *Ingram, W., Hutchinson, J. (2018). A Review of High Performance WorkPractices (HPWPs) Literature and Recommendations for Future Research in the HospitalityIndustry, International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 30 (1), 365-388, .7. *Atzori, R., *Shapoval, V., Murphy, K. S. (2018). Measuring Generation Y Consumers' Perceptions ofGreen Practices at Starbucks: An IPA Analysis. Journal of Food Service Business Research, 21(1), 908. Harris, K.J., Murphy, K.S., DiPietro, R.B., Line, N. (2017). The antecedents and outcomes of food safety11Kevin S. Murphy

May 2020motivators for restaurant workers: An expectancy framework. International Journal of HospitalityManagement, 63, 53-62.9. Kizildag, M., Okumus, F., & Murphy, K. (2017). Darden Restaurants, Inc. Is The TurnaroundHappening? Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Case Studies, 6 (1).10. *Orlowski, M., Murphy, K. S., Severt, D. (2017) Commitment and conflict in the restaurant industry:Perceptions from the Generation Y viewpoint. Journal of Foodservice Business Research 20 (2), 218237. *Barreda, A. Murphy, K. S., Gregory, A., Singh, D. (2016). Evaluating the value proposition of developinga vacation ownership resort: the case of Florida and Hawaii. Tourism Review, 71 (3), 2. Harris, K.J., Murphy, K. S., DiPietro, R.B., Rivera, G., (2015). Food Safety Inspections Results: AComparison of Ethnic-Operated Restaurants to Non-Ethnic-Operated Restaurants. International Journalof Hospitality Management, 46, 190-199. doi:10.1016/j.ijhm.2015.02.00413. *Sorokina, E., S., Murphy, K. S. (2015). Why Fast Casual is Winning. Journal of Hospitality and TourismCase Studies, 4 (3), 61-65.14. Murphy, K. S., *Bilgihan, A.,* Boseo, M. & *Kubickova, M. (2014) There is no ‘I’ in recovery:Hotel Managements’ perspective of Service Recovery. Journal of Quality Assurance in Hospitalityand Tourism, 16 (3), 303-322, DOI: 10.1080/1528008X.2014.902348.15. Harris, K.J., DiPietro, R.B., Murphy, K. S., Rivera, G., (2014). Critical Food Safety Violations in Florida:Relationship to Location and Chain vs. Non-Chain Restaurants. International Journal of HospitalityManagement, 38, 57-64.16. *Tarca, S., Murphy, K. S. (2014). Food Safety Inspections and Storefront Grade Posting: The case of NYCand LA. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Case Studies, 3(4) 21-26.17. Murphy, K. S., *Khan, M. (2014). Cultural Dimensions In A Restaurant Setting. Journal of Hospitality andTourism Case Studies. 3 (3) 21-24.18. *Olsen, E. & Murphy, K. S., Ro, H. (2014). An Exploratory Study of Home Brewers’ MotivationalFactors. Journal of Food Service Business Research. 17 (3) 228-241.19. Murphy, K. S., Semrad, K. & *Yost, E. (2013). The Impact of Discounting Room Rates on Inhouse Restaurant Sales, International Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Administration. 14 (1) 50-65.20. *Karson, K. & Murphy, K. S. (2013). Attracting Local Guests to Resort Food and BeverageOperations: The Case of the Orlando Resort & Spa. Journal of Food Service Business Research. 16 (4)391-406.21. Murphy, K., Croes, R. and Chen, P. (2012). A Proposed Slow Food Agricultural Model To Help The PoorIn Latin America Through Tourism. Sustainable Education in Travel and Tourism, 59-71.12Kevin S. Murphy

May 202022. *Lee, Seung, Bai, B. & Murphy, K. S. (2012). An Exploratory Study Of The Role OfDemographics In Influencing Guest Involvement When Obtaining A Discount. Journal of HospitalityMarketing & Management. 21 (5) 569-588.23. Murphy, K., Croes, R. and Chen, P. (2012). Agricultural y Turismo International: El Modelo de Slow Foodpara Promover la Agricultura Local y Expandir Oportunidades para los Pobres en America Latina.Dialogos, Octubre, 65-82.24. Murphy, K. (2012). In memoriam: Michael D. Olsen, Professor Emeritus of Hospitality and TourismManagement Editorial. International Journal of Hospitality Management 31 (4), 1037.25. *Hummel, E. & Murphy, K.S. (2011). Using Service Blueprinting to Analyze Restaurant ServiceEfficiency. Cornell Hospitality Quarterly. 52 (3), 265-272.DOI: 10.1177/1938965511410687.26. Murphy, K.S. (2011). An Exploratory Study of Global Issues Impacting the Future ofTourism in Aruba, ARA Caribbean Journal of Tourism Research. 3 (1), 5-18.27. Murphy, K.S., DiPietro, R.B., *Kock, G., & *Lee, J. (2011). Does Mandatory Food SafetyTraining and Certification for Restaurant Employees Improve Inspection Outcomes?International Journal of Hospitality Management. 30 (1), 150-156.28. Murphy, K. S., & Williams, J. A. (2010). Human Resource Management High PerformanceWork Practices and Contextual Setting, Does Industry Matter? A Comparison of the U.S.Restaurant Sector to the Manufacturing Industry, Journal of Food Service BusinessResearch 13 (4), 283-303.29. Murphy, K. S. (2009). Strategic Human Resource Management Performance Metrics forUnit-Level Managers: An Exploratory Study of U.S. Casual Restaurants. HospitalityReview 27 (2), 20-41.30. Murphy, K. S., Olsen, M.D. (2009). Dimensions of a High Performance ManagementSystem: an Exploratory Study of the U.S. Casual Restaurant Segment.International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 21 (7), 836-853.31. Murphy, K. S., Murrmann, S. (2009). The Research Design Used to Develop a HighPerformance Management System Construct for U.S. Restaurant Managers.International Journal of Hospitality Management, 28 (4), 547-555.32. Murphy, K. S., DiPietro, *R.B., Rivera, M., Muller, C. (2009). That Impact the Turnover Intentions and JobSatisfaction of Multi-unit Managers in the Casual Theme Segment of the US Restaurant Industry. Journal ofFood Service Business Research, 12 (3) pp. 200-218.33. *Rivera, M., DiPietro, R.B., Murphy, K.S., Muller, C. (2008). Multi-Unit Managers: TrainingNeeds and Competencies for Casual Dining Restaurants, International Journal ofContemporary Hospitality Management, 20 (6) pp. 616-630.13Kevin S. Murphy

May 202034. Murphy, K. S., (2008). Strategic Human Resource Management - high performance peoplesystem as core competencies. Handbook of Strategic Hospitality Management. London: Elsevier. Olsen,M. D., Zhao, J. L., Pizam, A., editors. pp. 267-300.35. Murphy, K.S., DiPietro, R.B. & Murrmann, S. (2007). A Proposed Research Agenda For theRefinement of the High Performance Work System Construct in U.S. Restaurants. International Journalof Hospitality and Tourism Administration, 8 (4) pp. 99-106.36. Murphy, K. S. (2007). A Proposed Framework for Measuring Human Resource IntangibleValue in Restaurant Organizations Using Economic Value Added. Journal of FoodService Business Research, 10 (3) pp. 3-23.37. DiPietro, R.B., Murphy, K.S., *Rivera, M., Muller, C. (2007). Multi-Unit Management KeySuccess Factors In The Casual Dining Restaurant Industry: A Case Study. InternationalJournal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 19 (7) pp. 524-536.38. Murphy, K. S., (2006). An exploratory study of high performance work practices for unit level managers, inthe casual segment of the United States restaurant industry. Dissertation Abstracts Worldwide, 68 (03).39. Murphy, K. S., DiPietro, *R.B., Rivera, M., Muller, C. (2009). An Exploratory Case Study ofFactors That Impact the Turnover Intentions and Job Satisfaction of Multi-unit Managers in the CasualTheme Segment of the US Restaurant Industry. Leisure Business Advances and Applied ResearchConference, 140.40. Murphy, K.S., & DiPietro, R.B. (2005). Management Compensation as a Value-AddedCompetitive Method for Casual Theme Restaurants. Hospitality Review, 23 (2) pp. 33-42.41. Murphy, K. S., & Williams, J. A. (2004). The Impact of Compensation on the TurnoverIntentions of Outback Steakhouse Managers. Journal of Food Service Business Research,7(1), pp. 63-80.42. Murphy, K. S. (2003). a proposed structure for obtaining human resource intangiblevalue in restaurant organizations using Economic Value Added. Proceedings from the 2003 InternationalCouncil on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education Conference and Exposition, Palm Springs,California, July 27-30, 2003.BOOKSMurphy, K. S., Rivera, M., Mejia, C., Cobos, L. (2017) Experiences outside the Classroom: The Value ofHospitality Study Abroad Externship Experiences, Florence, Italy, FUA Press. ISBN 978-88-96231-21-0Ashley, R. A. & Murphy, K. S. (2012). Techniques of Food Production: Food Service LaboratoryCompendium. Boston, MA. Pearson. ISBN 13978-1-256-59864-0Murphy, K. S. & Ashley, R. A. (2009). Quantity Food Production Management 3rd ed.Hoboken, NJ. John Wiley & Sons Inc. ISBN 978-0-470-48467-8.14Kevin S. Murphy

May 2020Murphy, K. S. & Ashley, R. A. (2006). Quantity Food Production Management 2nd ed.Hoboken, NJ. John Wiley & Sons Inc. ISBN 0-470-09884-8.Murphy, K. S. & Ashley, R. A. (2004). Quantity Food Production Management.Hoboken, NJ. John Wiley & Sons Inc. ISBN 0-470-03843-8.BOOK REVIEWGisslen, Wayne. (2006). Professional CookingLabensky, Sarah. (2005). On Cooking: A textbook of Culinary Fundamentals 4th ed.REPORTS & PUBLICATIONS - NON-REFEREEDMurphy, K.S., Rivera, M. (2016) The value of study abroad externships in hospitality education: Experientiallearning. FUA, Florence, Italy.Weinland, J. T., Murphy, K. S. (2015). A Strategic Planning Guide for Owner-Controlled Timeshare Resorts,Timesharing Today, 141, May/June.Murphy, K. S. (2009). The Outlook of Tourism in Aruba. Dick Pope Institute (DPI),Orlando, Florida. popeMurphy, K. S. (2008). White paper: A Framework for the Future of Tourism in Aruba. Aruba Time ShareAssociation (ATSA), Oranjestad, Aruba.Murphy, K. S. (2007). White paper: Visioning the Future of Tourism in Aruba White Paper. Aruba TimeShare Association (ATSA), Oranjestad, ArubaMANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW AND IN PROCESS1. Murphy, K. S., Harris, K.J., Rivera, G., (2020). A Comparison of Restaurants Inspections: Big Data Resultsin US Cities, Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Technology. In revision2. Ingram, W., Murphy, K. S, Weinland, J. (2021) The Moderating Effect of Hotel Shift Work on theRelationship Between Employee Work Engagement and Job Satisfaction. Journal of Human Resources inHospitality & Tourism. Submitted 7-11-213. Murphy, K. S., Zhong, Y., Khalilzadeh, J., Smith, R. M. (2021) . The Internship Experience: An EuropeanStudent Perspective of value. Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Education. Submitted 8/214. Murphy, K. S., Zhong, Y., Khalilzadeh, J., (2021) . Hospitality Study abroad experiences: insights to thegive and get components of value. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Education. Working5. Murphy, K. S., Zhong, Y., Khalilzadeh, J., (2021) . The relationship between internship experience andinternational career assignment. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice. working15Kevin S. Murphy

May 20206. Ingram, W., Murphy, K. S,. Yost, Weinland. Shift Work Moderating the relationship between SocialSupport and Employee Engagement. Under construction7. Ingram, W., Murphy, K. S,. Yost, Weinland. Shift Work Moderating the relationship between JobSatisfaction and Intention to Quit and Quality Service Delivery Willingness. Under construction8. Zaitouni, M. Murphy, K.S., Zhang, T., Wei, W. A Comparison Of Self-Service Technologies (Ssts) In TheU.S. Restaurant Industry: An Evaluation Of Consumer Perceived Value, Satisfaction, And BehavioralIntentions* working with graduate studentFUNDED EXTERNAL GRANTS AND CONTRACTS2016-18University of Mpumalanga, Nelspruit, South Africa. Senior personnel ( 25%). Development ofBachelor of Commerce in Hospitality proposal and curriculum for University: 112,000.Contract # 3512-50942015-16Florence University of the Arts. Co-PI (50%), Experiences outside the Classroom: The Value ofHospitality Study Abroad Externship Experiences: 5,850. Contract # 120180532014-15Curacao Tourist Board (10%), Development of a Strategic Tourism Master Plan for the Island ofCuracao 2015-2020. Dick Pope Sr. Institute for Tourism Studies (DPITS), Rosen College ofHospitality Management. Grant Project Amount: 261,528. Contract # 120180472007-08The National Association of Catering Executives. Co-PI (40%). Center for Certified CateringExecutives Educational Foundation Grant was awarded for the development of standards for theCertified Professional Catering Executive (CPCE) exam, study guide and related test materials: 66,950.UNFUNDED EXTERNAL GRANTS AND CONTRACTS2013Costa Rica Tourism Agency, Agriculture and Tourism (Co-PI): A Slow Food Blueprint toPromote Sustainable Local Agriculture Products to Help the Poor in Costa Rica throughTourism. ( 100,000 unfunded)2012Agriculture and Tourism (Co-PI): A Slow Food Blueprint to Promote Sustainable LocalAgriculture Products to Help the Poor in Ecuador through Tourism. ( 392,850 unfunded)2012Orlando VA Medical Center (Co-PI): Service Innovation: Patient Centered Care (PCC) throughService Excellence, Hospitality, and Innovation. Grant Proposal developed for the new VAmedical center in Lake Nona Florida. ( 1,250,000, unfunded)16Kevin S. Murphy

May 2020INTERNAL GRANTS AND CONTRACTS2007Summer Research Institute Grant. Rosen College of Hospitality Management. Grant awarded toconduct survey research for The Center for Multi-Unit Restaurant Management at the RosenCollege of Hospitality Management on general manager work practices in the casual segment ofthe restaurant industry. ( 2,000)2007Banfi Vintners Faculty Institute Grant. The Banfi Foundation grant of 11,000 to the UCFFoundation to take Banfi’s Wine Educators Program in Italy along with two Rosen Collegestudents. ( 11,000)2006Summer Faculty Development Institute on International Studies and Internationalization. Grantawarded to develop a new international study abroad program for the Rosen College of HospitalityManagement. ( 1,000)FUNDED PROJECTS2010-12The Reefs Hotel and Resort, Foodservice audit and strategic plan focusing on the food andbeverage operations of a five star boutique hotel with 3 restaurants and club. Guided theownership through the transition of management team to a new leadership team, rewrote menusand organized a new purchasing system. ( 15,000)2007Aruba Timeshare Association (ATSA), Aruba. The 2nd Forum for the Future of Tourism ThinkTank. A funded project to conduct a strategic planning think-tank for the development of futureoriented competitive methods and core competencies that will take advantage of the forces drivingchange in Aruba that were identified in the first think-tank. ( 11,000)2006Aruba Timeshare Association (ATSA), Aruba. The Forum for the Future ofTourism in Aruba Think Tank. A funded project to conduct a think-tank to identify the majorforces driving change in the tourism industry in Aruba and to describe future trends and eventsthat are likely to affect the Aruba tourism industry in the next five to ten years. ( 6,200)2001The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia. Strategic Plan for A Non-ProfitMuseum Foodservice. James Madison University, ( 12,300).2000Smith Mountain Lake 4-H Educational Conference Center, Menu Evaluation and Design forConference Center, Virginia Tech, ( 4500).CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS - PEER REVIEWED (*18 presentations with graduate students)1. Fairley, J., Murphy, K. S., Fyall, A. (2022) Success of DMO from Stakeholders Perspective: ScaleDevelopment and Validation. Graduate Education and Graduate Student Research Conference inHospitality and Tourism, Houston, TX, Jan. 8-10.17Kevin S. Murphy

May 20202. Murphy, K.S., Ingram, W., Weinland, J. (2021). Shiftwork as a Moderator Between Employee WorkEngagement and Job Satisfaction in the Lodging Industry. 6th World Research Summit for Tourism andHospitality, Orlando, Florida, USA, December 14-15, 2021.3. Murphy,K.S., Zhong, Y., Khalilzadeh, J., (2021) The Value of Hospital

Certified Hospitality Educator (CHE) May 2020 8 Kevin S. Murphy EMPLOYMENT HISTORY UNIVERSITY EXPERIENCE University of Central Florida, Rosen College of Hospitality Management, FL. 2018 - pres. Professor, Foodservice & Lodging Management Department 2013 - 201