Creating a new look

Honorcraft has partnered many years with Boston University in recognizing the generosity of their donors, alumni and community.

Boston University School of Medicine is dedicated to the educational, intellectual, professional, and personal development of a diverse group of exceptional students, trainees, and faculty who are deeply committed to the study and to the practice of medicine, to biomedical research, and to the health of the public.

Luncheon

This year, we were tasked with refreshing their annual award for the Chester S. Keefer, M.D. Society. In the past, the award utilized the BU seal transformed into a medallion affixed to a brass plate on a wooden backer. The medallion is classic, intricately created with a clean cityscape of Boston in its center, but placed next to BU’s branded logo, it seems out of place and speaking more to the past than its future. The new award now has BU’s red emblem as a separate rectangular “medallion” affixed to a brushed aluminum and lucite plaque.

The Chester S. Keefer, M.D. Society was established as a means of recognizing the dedication and loyal support of individuals who have provided major assistance to Boston University School of Medicine. The Society is named in honor of Dr. Chester S. Keefer, whose foresight and determination in roles as chairman of the Department of Medicine, dean of Boston University School of Medicine, and director of the Medical Center, were responsible for laying the foundation for the Boston University Medical Center.

In memory of his spirit, we honor those donors whose total lifetime contributions have reached $50,000 or more at the School of Medicine.

Donate or learn more about giving at Boston University.

 

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