Robert Kroin
  Bob Kroin was the chief architect for Boston and worked at the BRA for forty years participating in more than six hundred development projects, urban design plans, zoning ordinances, parks and monuments. He was honored with the Thomas Jefferson Award, the profession's highest acknowledgment of lifetime contribution in public architecture. He's had teaching experience at Harvard, MIT, and ten years at Teachers as Scholars.
  Will be teaching:
    Design in Boston: Skyscrapers, the Waterfront, and the Greenway