Renowned architect and former American Institute of Architects (AIA) president, R. Randall Vosbeck (B.Arch. 1954), will receive the University's Outstanding Achievement Award at 11:30 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 22 at McNamara Alumni Center. The award, recognizing Vosbeck's 40 years of service to architecture (including early leadership as a proponent of design for energy conservation) is one of the University's highest alumni honors. While Vosbeck retired from active practice in 1994, he served on the architectural selection committee that in 1996 selected Antoine Predock to design what is now the McNamara Alumni Center.
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From left: Dean Tom Fisher, R. Randall Vosbeck, and University Regent Maureen Ramirez in the McNamara Alumni Center's Heritage Gallery celebrating Vosbeck's Outstanding Achievement Award on Monday, September 22, 2008.