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Paula Wallace: 2019 Interior Design Hall of Fame

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Paula Wallace, a 1970 Furman alumna, is president and founder of the Savannah College of Art and Design. Photo/Interior Design

When the Savannah College of Art and Design opened its doors in 1979, it enrolled 71 students. Now celebrating 40 years of design education, SCAD serves 15,000 students at four locations on three continents, and boasts 45,000 alumni. At the helm is  SCAD founder and 1970 Furman University education graduate Paula Wallace. She is the recipient of Interior Design magazine’s 2019 Hall of Fame Special Leadership Award. Learn more about her journey and see loads of SCAD photos in Interior Design.

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