[Senior Housing News] Professor Scott Eckstein Shared the Importance of Fostering Young Leaders

Adjunct Professor Scott Eckstein shared with Senior Housing News the importance of having academic programs such as BU’s MMH Senior Living Program. These programs are crucial for fostering future generations of senior living industry leaders. Read More

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Why Study Hospitality Management? The Benefits of the Master of Management in Hospitality Degree

Is hospitality management the right path for you? Why should you get a degree in hospitality management? If you love building human connections, working in a global team, and you are ready to take on the challenge of thinking creatively, then studying hospitality management might be a great option for you! There are many other […]

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Robots to the Rescue?

  Serena Lipton, an Analyst at JLL Valuation & Advisory Services, wrote an article in Senior Housing Business’s latest newsletter. She discusses the impact of technology and robotics on the senior living industry, stating that “The truth: robots are novelties that cannot take the place of human interaction. Therefore, robots are not meant to replace […]

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BU School of Hospitality Announces New Concentration in Restaurant Management & Experiences

(March 22,  2021) Boston, MA – Boston University’s School of Hospitality Administration (BU SHA) Dean Arun Upneja, Ph.D., and Associate Professor of the Practice Leora Halpern Lanz, ISHC,  Faculty Chair of the School’s Master of Management in Hospitality (MMH) degree program, have announced the launch of a new concentration: Restaurant Management & Experiences. Complementing existing […]

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New MMH Courses!

While all our MMH courses are current and reflect on-going societal and business changes, a few in particular to highlight may be of interest. Though conceived pre-COVID, the BU SHA MMH course in Innovation & Disruption has taken on even more meaning and significance at this turning point for the hospitality industry. Students are inspired […]

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BU SHA and ESSEC Business School (FRANCE) Collaborate for Graduate Students

  PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release September 16, 2020 Boston University School of Hospitality Administration and ESSEC Business School (France) Announce Collaboration for Graduate Students (September 16,  2020) Boston, MA and Cergy (France) – Boston University’s School of Hospitality Administration (BU SHA) Dean Arun Upneja, Ph.D., has announced the formalized relationship between two of the […]

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VIDEO: MMH Class of 2020 Celebration

On May 16th, Boston University School of Hospitality Administration held a Celebration for the Master in Management in Hospitality’s graduating Class of 2020. SHA friends and family celebrated our graduate students, sharing memorable moments, awards, and a wonderful LIVE musical performance. Miss the celebration? Check out the recording! *This event is NOT a replacement to SHA’s […]

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[Hotel-Online] Smit Patel (MMH ’20) Will Be Honored as the John Cahill Student Seat Recipient

ATLANTA, July 23, 2019 – Hospitality Upgrade Publisher and President Rich Siegel today announced the next recipient of the John Cahill student seat will be Smit Patel, a graduate student of the Boston University School of Hospitality Administration program. The upcoming CIO Summit will be held Sept. 4-6, 2019, in Boston. “Smit possesses a keen interest in learning […]

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Master’s Program Receptions in Beijing & Shanghai

Boston University School of Hospitality Administration (SHA) will be visiting Beijing on March 28th, 2019 and Shanghai on March 31st, 2019 and will hold a Master’s Program Reception in both cities.  SHA Dean Dr. Arun Upneja will be there to answer your questions about graduate studies at Boston University. Beijing Reception Thursday, March 28th 6:30pm-9:30pm […]

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