On 12 June 2018, in the Collegium Maius Hall, Tad Taube was conferred the honorary doctorate of the Jagiellonian University. Tad Taube is a Cracow-born son of a Jewish entrepreneur, who left for California a few months before the outbreak of WW2 where he settled permanently. The honorary distinction was awarded to Mr. Tad Taube by the UJ Senate in recognition of his commitment to maintaining good Polish-Jewish relations, rebuilding Jewish communities in Poland, developing Jewish studies, among others at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow, and promoting the history and culture of the Polish Jews worldwide. The ceremony was attended by a number of distinguished guests including representatives of the cultural sector, scholars and politicians.
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