BAC Commencement 2010 :: Recap

photos by Liz Linder

On Saturday, May 29, 2010 the Boston Architectural College celebrated Commencement 2010 and honored respected members of the design community at the Old South Church. The BAC graduated 122 graduates in the disciplines of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Interior Design, and Design Studies.

President Ted Landsmark stated, “This year’s graduates have experienced building and environmental challenges from 9/11 through Katrina, Haiti, the housing market collapse, and the Gulf Oil Spill. They have developed skills in sustainable design including the inter-disciplinary design and construction of a Solar Decathlon House. They are among the most diverse design school graduates in America, and they include our first Landscape Architecture graduates. They have already demonstrated leadership in designing accessible, affordable, innovative, and environmentally sensitive projects. We are proud of what they have accomplished working with varied clients, and we look forward to the great contributions they will make to the design fields for many years to come.”
photo by Liz Linder

Honorary Degree recipients include: The Honorable Thomas M. Menino, Mayor of Boston; Pulitzer Prize-winning Writer and Architect Robert Campbell FAIA; Writer and Philanthropist William Houseman Hon.AIA; and Pioneer and Civic Leader Ruth Ganong, the first woman to graduate from the BAC Architecture program. To learn more about Honorary Degree recipients, visit http://www.the-bac.edu/x3171.xml. Congratulations to all of our graduates and best of luck with your future endeavors!

photos by Liz Linder

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