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Why ChatGPT Is Both Exciting and Unsettling for Students & Faculty

  Ask it a quick question, get a quick answer. Ask it to write a complete  essay, and it will do that, too. The capabilities of ChatGPT offer both opportunity and temptation—driving students, faculty, and administrators across Boston University to talk about the artificial intelligence chatbot’s potential as both an enabler of plagiarism and an exciting research […]

Chef Barbara Lynch speaks to School of Hospitality students as part of Dean’s Distinguished Speakers Series

Barbara Lynch, a chef and restaurateur from Boston, spoke about her career at Boston University’s School of Hospitality Administration on Feb. 3 as part of the Dean’s Distinguished Speakers Series. Lynch, a James Beard Award winner and Relais & Châteaux Grand Chef, opened her first restaurant in 1998 and has since received many awards and […]

This School of Hospitality Administration Class Doubles as a Marketing Agency for Cities, Hotels, More

Student teams, paired with clients, gain real-world experience When was the last time you went to Revere? If you asked a team of undergraduate students from the School of Hospitality Administration, they’d tell you now is the perfect time to take a trip to the North Shore city. For their Advanced Hospitality Strategic Marketing course, […]

Boston University School of Hospitality Administration Launches the $50k Poyiadjis Hospitality Innovation Competition

(updated February 3, 2023) Boston, MA – Boston University School of Hospitality Administration (BU SHA) is proud to announce the inaugural $50k Poyiadjis Hospitality Innovation Competition. The competition is open to all BU students and BU alumni (classes 2021 and 2022). The application deadline is Monday, February 20, 2023. With cash prizes totaling $50,000 for […]

[The Washington Post] Professor Makarand Mody Discusses why Airbnb is more successful than ever. Why is everyone so mad at it?

Guests are over fees and chores. Hosts say they can’t fill vacancies. But the company keeps cashing in. Before they became Exhibit A of a supposed “Airbnbust,” Carrie Ann Rink and her family were living a host’s dream in Southern California. They had an attractive property in a desirable area near Palm Springs with five-star […]