Robert Mundheim Receives Honorary Degree from The New School
Robert H. Mundheim of Shearman and Sterling received an honorary degree from The New School at the school’s 83rd commencement celebration on May 17.
Mr. Mundheim, who was a refugee from Nazi Germany as a child, expressed his gratitude for the award and the school as it was “the home of the University in Exile and was a home for Jewish refugees in the 1930s,” he said. Sharing that he was the pro bono president of the American Academy in Berlin, Mr. Mundheim stated his belief that “we try to deal with and value each other as individuals. I think that’s a very important part of The New School philosophy.”
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