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Practice : Winter 2009
alUmNI NEWS ] alUmNI aSSOcIaTION UpDaTES honorary alumni class of ’08 Inducted into alumni association The berets were out in full force as the Alumni Association inducted five new member s. Five ne w Honor ar y Members were rec ognized for their extraordinary ser vice, tireles s energy a nd unwavering commitment to the mission of the BAC. The Class of ’08 Honorary Alumni include Brian A nderson, for his le adership role as Chair of the Honors and Awards Committee; Jim Field, for his talent and skill in installing BAC exhibitions; Susan Lewis, for her 30 years of service to the BAC Library a nd archives; BAC President Dr. Theodore C. L andsmark, for his strong ongoing support of Alumni A ssociation initiatives; and former BAC Board Chair Chuck Redmon, for decades of ser vice in a wide va riety of volunteer a nd governance roles. Each Honorary Alum wa s presented with a citation c elebrating the rea son for selection. brian anderson For 12 years Brian has served as a member of the BAC’s Honors a nd Awards Committee, and in 2002, he a ssumed the role of Chair. Bria n’s sel fles s efforts are indicative of the va lue s and volunteerism that is the spirit of the BAC, a nd the alumni who have ser ved with him testify to his dedication to the College’s principles and mission. Bria n has streng thened the BAC through the re cognition of so many gifted and ta lented students. Jim field Jim’s ta lent in curating BAC alumni exhibits is outstanding, a nd the re sults that he ha s achieved are extraordinary. The passion a nd sensitivity manifested in Jim’s work is exceptional, as he has embraced and enhanced the spirit and the legacy of Dean Cascieri, his work and his mission at the BAC. Dr. Theodore c. landsmark Throughout President Ted Landsma rk ’s leadership as President of the BAC, he ha s worked diligently to incre a se the size and scope of the BAC Alumni Association, a nd to ensure the continued succ es s of alumni programs and events. He has preserved the ideal s of alumni membership, most notably with a single gesture of en suring the integrity of the earned-right to wear the BAC pin. We a re pleased that President La ndsmark will now join us in proudly wearing that pin. Susan lewis As the BAC Library Director since 1976, Susan has overseen the tremendous growth of the Library from 1,200 volumes to over 25,000 volume s, utilizing electronic access. Her diligence and pers everanc e played a significant role in preserving the BAC’s c ollection in Memorial Libra ry and the development of the BAC archives. Susa n has helped to create a vital legacy for future generations of students, the Alumni Association and the entire BAC community. chuck Redmon Chuck ’s extraordinary contributions to the BAC are measured, not in years, but in decades. He wears the BAC cap proudly, but the fact is that Chuck has worn every hat at the BAC—serving as an educator, com mittee member, donor, a mbassador, Director, and Chair of the Board of Directors. In employing our students and a lumni, Chuck ha s embraced the ideals of a BAC education, and he serves as an icon to others throughout the design profe ssion. alUmNI aSSOcIaTION UpDaTES pRacTIcE 44 honor ar y alumni class bria n a nder son bac libr ar y Director Susa n lewis