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There are 5 comments on VP for Alumni Relations Steve Hall Will Retire at Year’s End

  1. Few people in higher education have accomplished as much as Steve. He has forever changed BU for the better. Congratulations Steve and BU for an incredible run!

  2. I am grateful to Steve for being such a wonderful partner and collaborator in the leadership of the Alumni Relations Task Force. Along with his wonderful staff and the task force members, we worked hard to produce a thoughtful and innovative plan for Alumni Relations. My best wishes to Steve and his best friend/wife, Diane, for a wonderful life of travel, good food and great adventures.

  3. Thank you, Steve, for coming to Boston University and leading us through the last 13 years. It has been an amazing time for Boston University and you played a huge role in our success!

  4. Congratulations! It has been great to get to know you and to work with you on the BUAC and related projects. Under your leadership the alumni of Boston University have become re-engaged and will be a major force in the future of Boston University. All the best to you and Diane as you move onto the next chapter.

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