Campus Address: Caudell Hall 321
Ed.D., University at Buffalo
Lori L. Till, Ed.D, has been an associate professor in the Hospitality and Tourism Department for the past 35 years. Dr. Till’s research focus incorporates cooperative education, food safety, responsible beverage service, human resources and legal issues in hospitality, Americans with Disabilities Act and service learning.
She earned an Ed.D. in educational administration from the University at Buffalo, and a M.S. in vocational education and a B.S. in food systems management from the State University of New York College at Buffalo.
Dr. Till is a northeast regional food safety and training consultant. She is a certified ServSafe Instructor Proctor with her company Food Safety Plus with expertise in FDA Food Code, food allergies and food terrorism, and she has served as a food safety expert witness. Dr. Till provides multi-level food safety training to federal, state, corporate, healthcare, institutional, small business and underserved-communities.
Dr. Till serves as the department’s student transfer-articulation coordinator, and audit administrator, and she has specialized in service learning alliances for close to 20 years working with regional supportive employment community partners cce.buffalostate.edu. She maintained the department’s ACPHA accreditation for 21 years. Till has held several management positions in corporate business, industry and healthcare contract accounts, as well as employment as a regional sales associate.
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