M. Perry Chapman, FAICP
Perry Chapman's nearly five-decade planning portfolio includes 85 college campuses, two localities hosting Olympic Games, and numerous other client entities throughout America. His driving mission in those engagements is to create enduring human settings in balance with the indigenous values of their localities. He has contributed original ideas on planning, environment, and design to the public domain by extensive writing, speaking, and research. His work on sustainability, regional development, and education planning has been recognized in several prestigious awards. His 2006 book about American campuses advocated an ethic of place appropriate for all built environments in the 21st century. Inducted in 2010.