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Steven Ballmer accepting his
honorary degree at Lawrence Tech
honors its former
student Steven Ballmer.
t was a homecoming of sorts
for Steven A. Ballmer, chief
executive officer of Microsoft
Corporation, when he received a
Doctor of Computer Science and
Engineering honoris causa during
a special convocation at Lawrence
Technological University on March 8.
Nearly 40 years ago, as an accom-
plished junior and senior at the
Detroit Country Day School in
Beverly Hills, Ballmer began tak-
ing math classes at Lawrence Tech
in Southfield and attended the
Lawrence Tech Summer Science
Institute after junior year.
He later attended Harvard
University where he met fellow stu-
dent Bill Gates, starting a relation-
ship that eventually would transform
the computing industry, personal
communication and most aspects of
"Steve Ballmer is one of the most
revered and successful leaders in
American business today:' said
Lawrence Tech President Virinder K.
Moudgil. "His influence and that of
the company he leads is worldwide,
and we are delighted and very proud
to recognize his remarkable accom-
plishments with LTU's highest and
most prestigious honor:'
Ballmer was born in 1956 and
grew up in the Detroit area, where
his father worked as a manager at
Ford Motor Co. He graduated from
Harvard with a bachelor's degree
in mathematics and economics.
While in college, Ballmer managed
the football team, worked on the
Harvard Crimson newspaper as well
as the university literary magazine,
and lived down the hall from fellow
sophomore Bill Gates.
After college, he worked for two
years at Procter & Gamble Co. as
an assistant product manager and,
before joining Microsoft, attended
Stanford University Graduate School
March 14 • 2013