LeBow College of Business to Award Four Honorary Degrees at Commencement

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  • Bob McDonald, CEO of Procter & Gamble; Joseph Neubauer, CEO of ARAMARK; Sheila Bair, former chair of the FDIC; and Thomas Hindelang, the late vice dean of LeBow College of Business, to receive a Doctor of Business Administration, honoris causa, on Saturday, June 16.

Students graduating from Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business next month will have a few accomplished business leaders in their company at the University’s 125th Commencement Ceremony.

Bob McDonald, CEO of Procter & Gamble;  Joseph Neubauer, CEO of ARAMARK; Sheila Bair, former chair of the FDIC; and Thomas Hindelang, the late vice dean of LeBow College of Business, will all receive a Doctor of Business Administration, honoris causa, on Saturday, June 16. Dr. Hindelang’s wife, Christine Kydd, will accept the degree on his behalf.

LeBow College presents these honorary degrees to pay tribute to the accomplishments of business leaders who embody the values we seek to instill in our students. The skillful, dedicated and ethical way these recipients have achieved great professional success in the business world and academia sets a high standard for our graduates to emulate.

Upon accepting their honorary degrees, the recipients will make brief remarks to our graduates and their families.