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BIOGRAPHY CONSULTANCY RECRUITMENT
HONORARY DOCTORATE, LECTURING & CHARITY
Since retiring from the day to day slog in the restaurant kitchens, Albert has given much of his time to lecturing students.

In recognition of his invaluable pioneering work in the field of sous-vide and his dedicated programme of the training of young chefs within his own kitchens, Albert was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by the Council for National Academic Awards at the University of Bournemouth in 1987.

He is a Professor at Bournemouth University and he also lectures in Hospitality departments in both Universities and Colleges around the UK and France, thus further establishing himself as an inspiration to new generations with aspirations in the industry.

In 2009 Albert was also awarded the Honorary Award of Doctor of the Thames Valley University in recognition of services to the hospitality industry. A further Honorary Doctorate was awarded to Albert in 2011 by Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh.

Albert Roux's continuing campaign is to educate, influence and persuade us to appreciate good food.

Albert Roux's continuing campaign is to educate, influence and persuade us to appreciate good food, whether in its raw material state or when it's cooked. He also finds time to give Master Classes at Universities and Colleges. These exciting events are often held on behalf of charities, business and industry, and secondary schools.

Albert has become a frequent participant of the charity "Adopt A School", part of the British Academy of Culinary Arts, as a means to expose children to the taste of food. This charity is under the guidance of vice-chairman HRH Prince Charles.