Rosalyne Shieh is an architect and educator. She is part of a collaborative architecture practice SCHAUM/SHIEH, with offices in Houston and New York City. Her writing has been published in Log, Pidgin, and Paprika. Her current research looks at place at the intersection of material culture, oral history, and postcolonial identity in Taiwan. Previously, Rosalyne taught at the Yale School of Architecture, The Cooper Union, and the University of Michigan, where she was the 2009-2010 Taubman Fellow in Architecture. She is a MacDowell Fellow, recipient of the AIA Henry Adams Certificate, and holds degrees from Berkeley, the Bartlett, and Princeton. Before forming SCHAUM/SHIEH, she worked at Abalos&Herreros in Madrid and in New York City for Stan Allen Architect and ARO. She is licensed in the state of New York and NCARB certified.