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Patsy  Morgan

Patsy Morgan

Senior Lecturer

School of Business, Law and Communications

023 8201 3712 ext. 3712 Room no. RM239

Biography

Senior lecturer Patsy Morgan is a level leader for the tourism programme (level one) and an experienced lecturer in hospitality management, tourism and cruise tourism. She is involved in teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students within the tourism disciplines, and her specialism is in cruise tourism.

A fellow of the Institute of Hospitality, Patsy is dedicated to fostering and nurturing close relationships with a range of businesses within the cruise industry and has strong ties with AB Ports Southampton. These valuable professional contacts are especially important as they have contributed to the development of the innovative degree, BA (Hons) Cruise Industry Management, that began in 2010.

Patsy is passionate about travel. Unsurprisingly her favourite pastimes include cruise travel and visiting countries across Europe and the world, particularly Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Malaysia, America, Mauritius and Africa. Her other hobbies include scuba diving, sailing, swimming and coastal walks.

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Further information

  1. Research interests

    Currently studying towards a PhD, Patsy’s research interests focus on cruise experiences. Her research papers in cruise experiences have...
    Currently studying towards a PhD, Patsy’s research interests focus on cruise experiences. Her research papers in cruise experiences have been presented at international conferences and recent examples have been at the 1st international cruise conference in Bremerhaven North Germany (2008) and at the CAUTHE (Council of Australian Tourism and Hospitality Education) conference in Perth Australia (2009).
  2. Recent publications

    Patsy's most recent publication is: Morgan, P., & Power, L. (2010) 'Cruise Tourism and the Cruise Industry' in Robinson, P., Heitmann, S., & Dieke, P. U. C. Research Themes for Tourism. Oxfordshire. CABI.