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If interior designers are to lead innovation and evolve in response to societal and technological changes, we must provide a foundation that empowers them with diverse design thinking skills, design agility and confidence.
This presentation highlights student work based on an immersive week of study on the Pine Ridge Reservation, which culminates in a design project focused on a public memorial and museum for a diverse global audience.
Shannin Williams, Sally Ann Swearingen, Dr. Mitzi Perritt, Dr. Ray Darville, Dr. Lynda Martin , March 2015
Characters (with spaces) 168 Words 24 Unobtrusive observations of users in a university library quiet zone revealed a seating preference for study carrels, location near daylight, and access to electricity.
This study cross-examines LEED certified and non-LEED certified elementary schools in the Midwest focusing on their IEQ, overall comfort, mental health, and pro-environmental attitudes of the students.
Summary of contemporary conclusions to the Attention Restoration Theory explores variables incorporated in a modern workspace to create a restorative experience while allowing workers to return to the task at hand with renewed vigor.
Patrick Lee Lucas, Sophie Good, Jessica Funke, Eunyoung Kim, Sabrina Mason, Anne Prather, Helen Turner, March 2015
The teaching team of five will share their collective experience of the course revisions and outcomes in a panel session to encourage dialogue around alternative pathways to history/theory instruction of benefit to students, all the while meeting CIDA requirements. Rather than iterate through a traditional presentation, each panelist will conduct a teaching moment – pecha kucha style – to guide the audience through the approach. Through this “informance,” we introduce the schematic for the pair of courses and speak to data gathered to measure student comprehension and application of course materials.