Tim Cook to deliver May commencement address at George Washington University

Apple CEO Tim Cook will deliver the keynote address to graduates at George Washington University, reports GW Today. Cook, along with Anthony S. Fauci and Carole Watson, will receive an honorary doctorate of public service. Cook was nominated by GWU students and accepted the invitation for the May 17th event.

I am delighted that Tim Cook has accepted our invitation to give this year’s commencement address on the National Mall,” George Washington President Steven Knapp said. “I know our graduating students will be inspired and enlightened by his reflections on the lessons he has garnered from his distinguished career as a highly effective leader at the forefront of technological innovation.
— George Washington University

Our take on the news:

This isn't Tim Cook's first commencement speech, the Apple CEO also delivered a memorable address at his alma mater of Aurburn University. One of the most memorable commencement speeches, however, was delivered by then Apple CEO Steve Jobs in 2005 at Stanford University.