Biga Offers Hospitality Management Course at UWS


Assistant professor and attorney Kay Biga is offering a new hospitality management course at the University of Wisconsin - Superior this spring.  The course takes advantage of Biga’s thirty years in the hospitality and tourism industry.  There will be several guest speakers, field trips and help in lining up internships.  This is the first time a hospitality course is being offered in Duluth/Superior by a higher education institution.

A life-long Duluthian, attorney Kay Biga is a mediator, Guardian ad litem and Custody Evaluator. She also is an Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin – Superior and serves as adjunct faculty at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth. She teaches courses in a variety of subjects, including: business law, business ethics, real property, contracts, strategic management, and international business.

Since 1984, Kay has been the Chief Operating Officer of Biga Affiliates. A frequent presenter at the Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce Small Business Development Series, Kay is known for her expertise in matters related to networking, strategic planning, and hiring and firing practices. Kay also serves on a number of committees in the area and is actively involved in the local community.