Hall of Fame Class of 1996
Admitted to the Washington Bar in 1939, the same year he was appointed assistant council of the Washington Tax Commission, Lloyd Schram became a member of the staff and faculty of the University of Washington in 1940. He was Director of Public Services and University Relations from 1960-1964, Dean of Continuing Education from 1964-1977, and Emeritus in 1977. He served as Vice Chairman and Chairman of the Center for the Study of Liberal Education for Adults, Chairman of the Washington Commission for the Humanities, member of the Washington State Select Committee for Non Traditional Study, on the Executive Board of the Seattle 2000 Commission, member of the Executive Committee and President of the National University Extension Association, member of the Seattle Bar Association, the American Society for Public Administration, and the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
He received the Julius Nolte Award in 1973, the most prestigious award given by the National University Continuing Education Association for outstanding leadership. He also served as that organization's President in 1955. He is also listed in the 1978-1979 edition of Who's Who in the World.