An Honourary Bachelor of Applied Arts Degree will be given to the well-known national media member April 26th during Lethbridge College's Convocation.
Lethbridge College will be giving out an honourary degree to a well-known member of the national media.
Troy Reeb, who's now with the upper leadership team at Corus-Global, will receive a Bachelor of Applied Arts honourary degree at this year's College Convocation, April 26th at the ENMAX Centre.
Reeb graduated from Lethbridge College in 1988 from the Broadcast Journalism Program and since then, has worked his way up to becoming one of the most successful media executives in the country.
Reeb says he's a strong believer in the unique blend of academic and practical education offered at the College.
He'll be the 19th person to ever receive an honourary degree from Lethbridge College.
Lethbridge College President, Dr. Paula Burns says Reeb has re-defined the definition of success when it comes to a Lethbridge College alumnus. “From his roots at Lethbridge College, he has skillfully climbed his way to the top of his industry. All the while, his commitment to southern Alberta and our college has only grown as a partner, philanthropist, industry resource and mentor to new generations of faculty and students.”