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The Distinguished Fellows Program

The Distinguished Fellows Program provides select students with leadership education and the opportunity to build a community and support network that will last a lifetime. 

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What is the Distinguished Fellows Program?

The program launched in 2003 following generous gifts from many donors. Under the stewardship of Harry L. Davis, Roger L. and Rachel M. Goetz Distinguished Service Professor of Creative Management, Distinguished Fellows explore the question of how leaders in various settings make an enduring and positive impact on their organizations and society.

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Program Founder: John E. Jeuck (1916-2009)

The founder of the Distinguished Fellows Program, John E. Jeuck, AB ’37, MBA ’38, PhD ’49, was an award-winning teacher and scholar of business history, especially corporate strategy. Jeuck joined the faculty in 1946. When he retired in 1988, he was Robert Law Professor of Business Administration and former dean.

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Distinguished Fellows at Booth

The Distinguished Fellows explore any and every facet of leadership, seeking to understand the various success factors of leaders in and out of business. The community is relatively small—five incoming Booth students are selected each year—and past fellows include leaders in many fields, including business, legal, and medical industries.

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