Johns Hopkins University – Carey Business School

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Before becoming the chairman of Exeter Capital in Lutherville, Maryland, Anthony W. Deering attended the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business where he earned an MBA. Anthony W. Deering also received an honorary doctor of humane letters in 2015 from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.

A preeminent educational institution, Johns Hopkins University was established more than 140 years ago and currently includes training activities and research centers in over 150 countries around the world. The university features nine different academic divisions, including the Carey Business School.

Founded in 2006, the Carey Business School was named after William Polk Carey, an American businessman and philanthropist. It offers research programs that study the effects of business in government and the challenges posed by government regulations and initiatives. As a part of its student training in meeting business challenges, the school has created student initiatives like the Innovation for Humanity project.

The Innovation for Humanity experience is an international program that helps students become more creative business leaders and learn how to build sustainable businesses. The program includes a three-week residency along with traveling to various sites to study global challenges regarding social welfare, deteriorating infrastructure, and public health issues.