Lewis Clarke Oral Histories | Sally Schauman
Interview with Sally Schauman, landscape architect and consultant
Interviewer: Yona R. Owens
Location: Durham, N.C.
Interview Date: Wednesday, November 12, 2008
Born in Pennsylvania, Schauman was raised in Florida. Her undergraduate degree is in science education from Duke University. She graduated from the North Carolina State University School (now College) of Design in 1967, and has a master’s in Resource Conservation from the University of Michigan. Schauman worked for Lewis Clarke Associates (LCA) in 1967 and 1968. After she left LCA, she taught at Michigan, worked for the Soil Conservation Service, and eventually was chair of the landscape department at the University of Washington. She has contributed articles and chapters to several books and was part of the first multidisciplinary study of the interrelated impacts on riparian corridors in suburban settings. In 1987, Schauman was inducted as a Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA).
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