Graduate Program Director
Phone: (435) 797-0509
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Sean Michael joined the USU Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning faculty in 2008 after 11 years at Washington State University. While earning a BSLA at West Virginia University, Sean served as the first landscape intern at Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater. He practiced in Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Colorado, and pursued his interest in environmental psychology and design through an MLA at Texas A&M University. His PhD (Virginia Tech) focused on the relationship between landscapes and criminal behavior.
PhD in Natural Resource Recreation, Forestry Department
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
Master of Landscape Architecture
Texas A&M University
Bachelor of Science - Landscape Architecture
West Virginia University
Associate Professor/Graduate Program Coordinator
Washington State University
Texas Tech University
City of Colorado Springs
Army Corp of Engineers
Environmental Planner/Landscape Architect
Sandy Hook, CT
Areas of Expertise
Crime in Parks and Recreation Areas
Crime Prevention and Criminal Behavior
Human Responses to the Environment
Design Modules for Rails-to-Trails
Restorative/Healing Garden Design