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Women in Architecture @ USC: Other

This guide attempts to capture information about female graduates of USC's architecture between 1927 and 1975. It also lists names of early female faculty.

Miscellaneous and hard to verify information

In a publication produced by the USC School of Architecture ca. 1979, the following students were also listed:

Michelle Marie Shackford

Environmental Studies, College, 1979.

Took courses in building design in the 1970s and was featured in a school of architecture publication.

 

Donna Lee Whiteneck

BS, Civil Engineering, 1979.

Received the Tau Beta Pi award from the National Honor Society (Commencement program, 1979)

Took courses in building design in the 1970s and was featured in a school of architecture publication. Wanted to get a Masters in Architecture.


Other:

Dorian Hunter

Bachelor in Fine Arts, 1955.

Elected president of the USC Architectural Guild in 1973. The Guild is a support group for architecture. Dorian Hunter was fellow of the American Institute of Interior Designers, and president of Dorian Hunter Interiors, Inc. (Trojan Family, October 1973)

 

From the records in the archives of Konrad Wachsmann, Berlin:

The following appear to have been students in architecture in the mid-1960s, but may not have graduated:

Susan Claassen, Sharon Lukucovic, Susan Chelf, Maie Lille (in 1966 Lille was in 3rd year, engaged to Roy Grynick, graduate of architecture)