Caitlyn is a principal and higher education planner with expertise in developing campus master plans, space programming and utilization analyses, effective engagement and outreach strategies, and participatory planning tools. She works closely with our Sasaki Strategies group, always looking for ways to innovate and dive deeper into the planning questions at-hand. Her evidence-based approach to planning ensures that robust analysis and compelling design are integrated, and reinforce your educational goals and vision. She has worked with more than 45 higher education institutions of varying scales in the US and abroad.
Caitlyn received a Masters of Urban Planning from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from the University of Washington in Seattle. She is also an active member in the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP).
Our Caitlyn Clauson and John McKnight, Dean of Institutional Equality and Inclusion at Connecticut College, penned an article in SCUP Journal on the history of campus diversity initiatives, and how designers and administrators alike can create a welcoming and inclusive campus environment
Principals Clauson and Sheth discuss interdisciplinary design and their journey together from the classroom to Sasaki