Mejia-Puig

Please welcome our newest faculty member, Luis Mejia-Puig, Ph.D.

Please welcome our newest faculty member, Luis Mejia-Puig, Ph.D. Areas of research The idea of delineating curricular advances in design education practices guides my research. I am interested in exploring how new digital media tools can positively affect the design process. The design process is an excellent example of creative thinking used to solve wicked… Continue reading Please welcome our newest faculty member, Luis Mejia-Puig, Ph.D.

EDL-ASID Interviews

Mixed-use Learning Zones for Millennials: A Typology for Bridging Learning from the Academe to the ProfessionResearch Sponsored by the American Society of Interior DesignersThe role of interior design in higher education has perhaps never been more important than it is today. In fact, learning space designs rose to the fore in the 2017 “Key Issues in Teaching… Continue reading EDL-ASID Interviews

Dr. Sheila Bosch

New MID & IND PhD Coordinator

Dr. Sheila Bosch has take on the role as our new graduate coordinator.  She will now be working with all of our MID students as well as the PhD’s who are on an Interior Design track.  Congratulations Dr. Bosch!!

Welcome Back

Welcome Back!

We hope that everyone has had a wonderful summer and is ready for all of the new changes that have occurred. What has changed?   New faculty, and member of FIBER (check out the DCP website), Lisa Platt New Interim Chair, Professor Candy Carmel-Gilfilen Dr. Portillo has left her position of Interim Chair to continue her… Continue reading Welcome Back!

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Extending the Active Learning Environment: Outside the Classroom and the Spaces In-between

Professor Meneely presents,  Extending the Active Learning Environment: Outside the Classroom and the Spaces In-between Jason Meneely visited Detmolder School of Architecture and Interior Architecture in Detmold Germany this summer to present findings from a grant that he, Dr. Bosch, Candy Carmel-Gilfilen, Dr. Park and Dr. Portillo have been working on.  While there, Jason also presented… Continue reading Extending the Active Learning Environment: Outside the Classroom and the Spaces In-between

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Cat Lindsay Works: March 23, 2018

Due to the most recent nor’easter, Cat Lindsay will not be able to deliver her keynote in person.  The keynote will now be on screen via Skype at the Reitz Union Chamber (room G305) at 9 a.m.

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