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University of Glasgow gives honorary degree to Tim Cook

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University of Glasgow gives honorary degree to Tim Cook

The University of Glasgow has awarded Tim Cook with an honorary degree.

Apple CEO Tim Cook has won an honorary degree from the University of Glasgow. Cook additionally took phase in a hearth chat on the college, in addition to a Q&A consultation with scholars. All through the occasions, Cook spoke on subjects equivalent to the significance of coding in faculties to President Trump's fresh immigration ban.

From the University of Glasgow:

All the way through his chat with scholars, Cook reiterated his opposition to the hot immigration order signed by way of President Trump. Apple just lately joined 96 other companies in opposing the order.

Cook additionally mentioned schooling, pronouncing that coding will have to be a required phase of the curriculum in faculties because the virtual global turns into more and more intertwined with societies all over the world.

In any case, Cook spoke about how a lot affect the past due Steve Jobs has had on his lifestyles, pronouncing particularly how Jobs confirmed him the significance of center of attention, each at paintings and in his private lifestyles.


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