Boston University School of Hospitality Announces New Howard Johnson Executive-in-Residence Program

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Boston University School of Hospitality Announces New Howard Johnson Executive-in-Residence Program
Boston University School of Hospitality Announces New Howard Johnson Executive-in-Residence Program
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The Howard Johnson Executive-in-Residence Program Will Welcome Its Inaugural Guest, Chef Jacques Pépin, On November 29, 2016

September 28, 2016, Boston, Mass: The Boston University School of Hospitality Administration has announce a newly established program, the Howard Johnson Executive-in-Residence Program which is being funded by a $100,000 gift from William H. Weeks and the Howard Johnson Foundation.

The Executive-in-Residence program will allow the School of Hospitality Administration to host culinary industry leaders and executives who will share their expertise with students and faculty through lectures, workshops, mentorship and elective courses. The programs will range from one-day sessions through semester-spanning, multiple courses.

Dr. Arun Upneja, Dean of the School of Hospitality Administration said “the School is thrilled to establish the Howard Johnson Executive-in-Residence Program so it may continue to foster relationships with hospitality and tourism experts while giving students the opportunity to extend their own professional relationships and opportunities.”

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