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Curriculum Vitae
Nathaniel Discepoli Line
February 19, 2016

General Information
University address: Dedman School of Hospitality
College of Business
University Center Building B4113
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-2541
Phone: 850-644-3092; Fax: 850-644-5565

E-mail address: nline@business.fsu.edu


Web site: business.fsu.edu/dedman

Professional Preparation
2013 Ph.D., University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Major: Retail, Hospitality, and Tourism Management. Marketing.
Line, N. D. (2013). Multiple stakeholder market orientation: A conceptualization and application in the field of destination marketing. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
2006 B.S., University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Major: Economics. Highest Honors.

Professional Credential(s)
2011–present Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) certification.

Professional Experience
2013–present Assistant Professor, Dedman School of Hospitality, Florida State University.
2009–2012 Teaching Assistant, Retail, Hospitality, and Tourism Management, University of Tennessee. HRT 425: Employment Law (Spring, 2012) HRT 423: Hospitality/Tourism Marketing (Spring, 2012) RCS 411: Entrepreneurship and Small Business Planning (Fall, 2011) HRT 224: Tourism Management (Spring, 2011).

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
First Year Assistant Professor Grant (2013). ($20,000).

Current Membership in Professional Organizations
International Council of Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Educators

Teaching
Courses Taught
Integrated Marketing for Hospitality (HFT4502)

Introduction to Hospitality (HFT1000)



Hospitality Services and Marketing Research (HFT 4502)

Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Hanks, L., Zhang, L., Line, N., & McGinley, S. (submitted). When less is more: Sustainability messaging, destination image, and process fluency. International Journal of Hospitality Management. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Jin, N., Line, N., & Merkebu, J. (submitted). The health conscious restaurant consumer: Understanding the experiential and behavioral effects of health concern. International Journal of Hospitality Management. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Line, N., Hanks, L., & Zhang, L. (submitted). Sustainability communication: The effect of message construals on consumers' attitudes toward green restaurants. International Journal of Hospitality Management. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Line, N., & Wang, Y. (submitted). A market-oriented approach to destination marketing. Journal of Destination Marketing & Management. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Bonn, M., Line, N., & Cho, M. (in press). The effect of fluctuating energy prices on tourism expenditures and behavior: Evidence from the State of Florida. Journal of Travel Research.
Hanks, L., Line, N., & Mattila, A. (in press). The impact of self-service technology on customer participation in cause related marketing programs. Journal of Hospitality Marketing and Management.
Jim, N., Line, N., & Merkebu, J. (in press). Examining the impact of restaurant innovativeness on relationship quality in luxury restaurants. International Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Administration.
Jin, N., Line, N., & Merkebu, J. (in press). Examining the impact of consumer innovativeness and innovative restaurant image in upscale restaurants. Cornell Hospitality Quarterly.
Jin, N., Line, N., & Merkebu, J. (in press). The effects of image on loyalty: A consideration of behavior in the water park industry. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management.
Jin, N., Line, N., & Merkebu, J. (in press). The impact of brand prestige on trust, perceived risk, satisfaction, and loyalty in upscale restaurants. Journal of Hospitality Marketing & Management.
Line, N., & Hanks, L. (in press). The effects of environmental and luxury beliefs on intention to patronize green hotels: The moderating effect of destination image. Journal of Sustainable Tourism.
Line, N., & Hanks, L. (in press). The other customer: The impact of self-image in restaurant patronage. Journal of Foodservice Business Research.
Line, N., Hanks, L., & Kim, W. (in press). An expanded servicescape framework as the driver of place attachment and word of mouth. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Research.
Line, N., Hanks, L., & Kim, W. (in press). Hedonic adaptation and satiation: Understanding switching behavior in the restaurant industry. International Journal of Hospitality Management.
Line, N., Hanks, M., Miao, L., & Daniell, R. (in press). Understanding perceptions of e-cigarette use in shared consumption spaces: A schema congruity perspective. Cornell Hospitality Quarterly.
Line, N., Runyan, R. C., Swinney, J., & Sneed, C. (in press). How do they see it? Community stakeholders and the perception of tourism downtowns. Tourism Analysis.
Line, N., & Wang, Y. (in press). Market-oriented destination marketing: An operationalization. Journal of Travel Research.
Jin, N., Line, N., & Ann, S. H. (in press). The full-service dining experience: An assessment of the generation-specific determinants of customer loyalty. Journal of Foodservice Business Research, 25 pages.
Line, N., & Costen, W. (in press). The affective image of nature-based tourism destinations: A dyadic approach. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research.
Line, N., & Runyan, R. C. (2014). Destination marketing and the service-dominant logic: A resource-based operationalization of strategic marketing assets. Tourism Management, 43, 91-102.
Jin, N., Line, N., & Goh, B. (2013). Experiential value, relationship quality, and customer loyalty in full-service restaurants: The moderating role of gender. Journal of Hospitality Marketing and Management, 22, 679-700.
Runyan, R. C., Finnegan, C., Gonzalez-Padron, T., & Line, N. (2013). What drives publishing productivity for pretenure marketing faculty: Insights using the lens of resource advantage theory. Marketing Education Review, 21, 105-119.
Line, N., & Runyan, R. C. (2012). Hospitality marketing research: Recent trends and future directions. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 477-488.
Line, N., Runyan, R. C., Costen, W., Frash, R., & Antun, J. (2012). Where everybody knows your name: Homophily in restaurant atmospherics. Journal of Hospitality Marketing and Management, 1-19.
Campbell, J. M., Line, N., Runyan, R. C., & Swinney, J. L. (2011). The moderating effect of family-ownership on firm performance: An examination of entrepreneurial orientation and social capital. Journal of Small Business Strategy, 27-45.

Refereed Proceedings
Bonn, M., Line, N., & Cho, M. (2015). The effect of fluctuating energy prices on tourism expenditures and behavior: Evidence from the State of Florida. In APacCHRIE/APF Conference. Auckland, NZ.
Hanks, L., Yang, W., & Line, N. (2015). Status seeking and the social servicescape: Implications for luxury restaurant promotions. In World Research Summit for Tourism and Hospitality. Orlando, FL.
Line, N. (2014). Market-oriented destination marketing: A process model for implementing the marketing concept in a multi-stakeholder environment. In International CHRIE Conference. San Diego, CA.
Line, N., Malone, S., & Runyan, R. C. (2014). The role of emotion in place attachment. In The European Marketing Academy Conference. Valencia, Spain.
Line, N., Runyan, R. C., Swinney, J., & Sneed, C. (2014). Business owners' and consumers' perceptions of the downtown brand: An investigation of brand congruency across stakeholder groups. In American Marketing Association Pricing and Retailing Conference. Stockholm, Sweden.
Jin, N., Ann, S. H., Line, N., & Goh, B. (2013). The full-service dining experience: An assessment of the generation-specific determinants of customer loyalty. In 18th Annual Graduate Education and Graduate Student Research Conference in Hospitality and Tourism. Seattle, WA.
Line, N., & Runyan, R. C. (2013). Multiple stakeholder market orientation: A service dominant logic perspective of the market orientation paradigm. In American Collegiate Retailing Conference. Nashville, TN.
Line, N., Daniell, R. B., & Costen, W. (2012). Assessing the affective image of nature-based tourism destinations: The natural area vs. the gateway city. In 17th Annual Graduate Education and Graduate Student Research Conference in Hospitality and Tourism. Auburn, AL.
Campbell, J. M., Line, N., Runyan, R. C., & Swinney, J. L. (2011). The moderating effect of family-ownership on firm performance: An examination of entrepreneurial orientation and social capital. In United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Conference. Hilton Head, SC.
Gonzalez-Padron, T., Runyan, R. C., Hyun, J., Line, N., Kim, Y-H., & Finnegan, C. (2011). "Tried and true" or "cutting edge": Use of data analytical techniques in marketing research. In Academy of Marketing Science Annual Conference. Coral Gables, FL.
Line, N., & Costen, W. (2011). Environmental attitudes, motivation, and attachment: Toward a model of nature-based tourism. In International CHRIE Conference. Denver, CO.
Line, N., & Costen, W. (2010). Nature-based tourism: The effects of a gateway city. In Southeast Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education. Beaufort, SC.

Presentations
Refereed Papers at Conferences
Line, N. (presented 2014). Market-oriented destination marketing: A process model for implementing the marketing concept in a multi-stakeholder environment. Paper presented at International CHRIE Conference, ICHRIE, San Diego, CA. (International)
Line, N., Malone, S., & Runyan, R. C. (presented 2014). The role of emotion in place attachment. Paper presented at The European Marketing Academy Conference, The European Marketing Academy, Valencia, Spain. (International)
Jin, N., Ann, S. H., Line, N., & Goh, B. (presented 2013). The full-service dining experience: An assessment of the generation-specific determinants of customer loyalty. Paper presented at 18th Annual Conference, Graduate Education and Graduate Student Research Conference in Hospitality and Tourism, Seattle, WA. (National)
Line, N., & Runyan, R. C. (presented 2013). Multiple stakeholder market orientation: A service dominant logic perspective of the market orientation paradigm. Paper presented at Annual Conference, American Collegiate Retailing Association, Nashville, TN. (National)
Line, N., Runyan, R. C., Swinney, J., & Sneed, C. (presented 2013). Business owners' and consumers' perceptions of the downtown brand: An investigation of brand congruency across stakeholder groups. Paper presented at American Marketing Association Pricing and Retailing Conference, American Marketing Association, Stockholm, Sweden. (International)
Line, N., Daniell, R. B., & Costen, W. (presented 2012). Assessing the affective image of nature-based tourism destinations: The natural area vs. the gateway city. Paper presented at 17th Annual Conference, Graduate Education and Graduate Student Research Conference in Hospitality and Tourism, Auburn, AL. (National)
Campbell, J. M., Line, N., Runyan, R. C., & Swinney, J. L. (presented 2011). The moderating effect of family-ownership on firm performance: An examination of entrepreneurial orientation and social capital. Paper presented at Annual Conference, United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Hilton Head, SC. (National)
Gonzalez-Padron, T., Runyan, R. C., Hyun, J., Line, N., Kim, Y-H., & Finnegan, C. (presented 2011). "Tried and true" or "cutting edge": Use of data analytical techniques in marketing research. Paper presented at Annual Conference, Academy of Marketing Science, Coral Gables, FL. (National)
Line, N., & Costen, W. (presented 2011). Environmental attitudes, motivation, and attachment: Toward a model of nature-based tourism. Paper presented at 65th Annual Conference, International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education, Denver, CO. (National)
Line, N., & Costen, W. (presented 2010). Nature-based tourism: The effects of a gateway city. Paper presented at Fall Conference, Southeast Chapter of the International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education, Beaufort, SC. (Regional)
Hutchinson, E. B., & Line, N. (presented 2007). Risk assessment of publicly provided school transportation. Paper presented at Association of Private Enterprise Education Conference, Association of Private Enterprise Education. (National)

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Line, N. D. (2014–2014). The social servicescape: The effects of other patrons. Funded by FSU. Total award $20,000.

Service
Florida State University
FSU College Service
Department Representative, College of Business Assessment Committee (2013–present).
Member, College of Business Scholarship Committee (2015–2014).
Volunteer Judge, Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans' Families (2014).

FSU Department Service
Member, Bylaws Committee (2014).

The Profession
Guest Reviewer for Refereed Journals
International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management (2015–present).
International Journal of Tourism Policy (2015–present).
Journal of Hospitality Marketing & Management (2015–present).
Cornell Hospitality Quarterly (2014–present).
Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research (2014–present).
Tourism Management (2014–present).
Journal of Tourism Research and Hospitality (2013–present).
International Journal of Hospitality Management (2012–present).
Journal of Place Management and Development (2012–present).

Reviewer for Textbooks
Strategic Marketing in Tourism Services (2011–2012).

Juror for a Performance
Annual Conference. American Collegiate Retailing Association (2011–present).

Service to Professional Associations
Reviewer, Asia Pacific Tourism Association (2015–present).
Reviewer, Graduate Student Research Conference in Hospitality and Tourism (2013–present).
Reviewer, ICHRIE Annual Conference (2013–present).
Academic Scholarship Reviewer, Tourism Cares (2013–2015).

Service to Other Universities
Planning Committee 5k Fund Raiser, Love Your Libraries (2013).
Departmental Representative, Graduate Student Senate (2012–2013).
Presenter, RHTM Advisory Board (2012).
Volunteer Host: Annual Wines on the South Competition, University of Tennessee Department of Retail, Hospitality, and Tourism Management (2011–2012).
Invited Panel Member, University Honors Program (2010).

The Community
Steering Committee Member, Tennessee Food and Wine Festival (2011–present).
Invited Presenter, Tennessee Association of Convention and Visitors Bureaus (2010–present).


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