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Practice : Fall 2008
Message from bernie goba ’69 aia, President of the alumni association We have before us an opportunity to utilize the diverse skills and talents a nd the combined dec ades of experience that we, as BAC alumni, bring to the table. It is the opportunity to build a stronger, more vibrant Alumni Association and design a program of action that will benefit current students, engage a lumni from acros s the country, create a lega cy of our servic e, a nd strengthen the BAC. The BAC has welcomed a new Vice President of Institutional Advancement, Tracey Thompson. The Alumni Association is working closely with Tracey and the Institutional Advancement st aff to expand the A ssociation’s schedule of programs and activities, and intensif y our scope of influence throughout the BAC community. We want all of our alumni to proudly proclaim their connection to the BAC. Raising the profile of individual alumni a nd the Alumni Association a s a whole will positively impact the BAC, increasing our ability to attract the best and brightest students into the de sign profes sions. During the AIA Convention, our Alumni Exhibition ac complished all of the aforementioned goal s. The e xhibit highlighted the outstanding work that BAC alumni a re doing across a broad ra nge of disciplines. If you are reading this magazine, you may very well be a BAC alum. If you are now enjoying a successful career and doing work that you love to do, then it’s time to give something back to the BAC and help us to secure a bright future for the students of tomorrow. We need your input, a nd perhaps more important, your service, to make the Alumni Association a vibrant, stronger organization. This is the year to get involved; don’t let this great opportunity pa ss you by. We need all alumni to step for ward as others have before you. Please visit our web site at w w w.the-bac.edu. Sincerely, Bernard J. Goba ’69 AIA, D.F.A . (Hon.) President, BAC Alumni Association alUMni news ] beRnie goba, alUMni assoCiaTion boaRD ChaiR alUMni news opposite page: Robert Culver, President and CEO Mass Development and M. David Lee FAIA, Stull + Lee By Bernie Goba '69 AIA PRaCTiCe 41