Saturday, June 10, 2000

Five accorded honorary doctorates




By
The Cincinnati Enquirer

        During the University of Cincinnati's All-University Commencement on Friday, honorary degrees were awarded to:

        • Gov. Bob Taft, Honorary Doctor of Law: in recognition of numerous contributions to the health and welfare of humanity throughout his career of public service.

        • Cincinnati Pops Conductor Erich Kunzel, Honorary Doctor of Performing Arts: in recognition of his accomplishments in music and dedication as a champion of music education.

        • Retired UC trustee and Cincinnati Herald publisher Marjorie B. Parham, Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters: in recognition of pioneering efforts in publishing while safeguarding the spirit and values of mankind.

        • Retired UC trustee, and chairman and CEO of DLZ Corp. Vikram V. Rajadhyakasha, Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters: in recognition for his help and expertise with UC's revitalization of its physical plant.

        • Wedbush Morgan Securities Inc. president and chief executive Edward W. Wedbush, Honorary Doctor of Commercial Science: in recognition of financial, corporate development and business acumen and dedication to his alma mater.

       



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