Jan 31, 2011

San Diego DAAP Alum Credits First Published Book to UC Education

One DAAP alum just published his first book, Binding Light & Shadow to Architecture. Basing it on his master thesis completed at UC, Robert Goldyn wanted UC to be one of the first to hear his good news!

Currently living in San Diego, Goldyn is a designer with over 6 years of professional experience in a wide range and scale of highly competitive architectural offices across the country. After receiving his Bachelors of Science in Architecture from The University of Cincinnati, he continued his education at the Ecoles D’Art Americanes De Fontainebleau – Beaux-Arts Summer program (The American School of Fine Arts located in Fontainbleau, France). Robert graduated with a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Cincinnati.

The UC alum credits his professional success to his UC education. “To me UC was very important in providing me with opportunities to work in offices across the nation; from San Diego and San Francisco to Charleston in large, small, and medium firms in residential, government, and commercial projects,” says Goldyn. “This helped me to transition smoothly and easily into the professional world after graduation.”

Goldyn recently sent us the above video about his experience at UC and the impact it has had on his life. Check it out and tell us how UC has influenced your professional career by commenting below!

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