Central Asian University was honored to host a guest lecture by the distinguished Professor Kaye Chon, a luminary in the realm of hospitality and tourism.

Central Asian University (CAU) proudly hosted an enlightening lecture by the globally acclaimed Professor Kaye Chon on October 16. This event marked a significant milestone in CAU's commitment to providing its students and faculty with unparalleled learning experiences from world leaders in various fields.

Professor Kaye Chon, currently the Dean and chair Professor, and Walter and Wendy Kwok, Family Foundation Professor in International Hospitality Management at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, shared his vast knowledge and insights with the attendees. Professor Chon's expertise is recognized worldwide with affiliations to prestigious institutions such as the University of Houston, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and Virginia Tech. His leadership has been instrumental in his School achieving the No. 1 rank globally in "Hospitality and Tourism Management" for five consecutive years.

Beyond his administrative accomplishments, Professor Chon is a prolific author with over 200 publications 12 books to his name, and serves as the Editor-in-Chief for several renowned journals. His contributions to the world of hospitality and tourism have been acknowledged with awards like the Ulysses Prize from the UN World Tourism Organization, often referred to as the "Nobel Prize in Tourism."

The lecture at CAU was more than just an academic event; it was an experience that impacted all attendees. The university extends its profound gratitude to Professor Chon for his invaluable contribution and looks forward to future collaborations.