Chef Jacques Pépin to Serve as Boston University School of Hospitality Administration Inaugural Executive-in-Residence

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Chef Jacques Pépin to Serve as Boston University School of Hospitality Administration Inaugural Executive-in-Residence
Chef Jacques Pépin to Serve as Boston University School of Hospitality Administration Inaugural Executive-in-Residence
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November 1, 2016, Boston, Mass: On November 29, 2016, The Boston University School of Hospitality Administration will welcome chef Jacques Pepin as its first Howard D. Johnson Executive-in-Residence chef. The program will 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.

Boston University Certificate Program in the Culinary Arts LogoBoston University School of Hospitality Administration: “Established in 1981, Boston University’s School of Hospitality Administration (SHA) offers students a combination of rigorous academics, liberal arts curriculum and international experiences for the pursuit of success in lodging, restaurants, food service, and other avenues of the hospitality industry. SHA has a unique relationship with the city of Boston, where the area’s hotels and restaurants provide students with numerous opportunities for internships to satisfy work experience requirements for their degree.”
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