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We are designers of experiences connecting people to place. We are graphic and exhibition designers, fabricators and architects, media developers and creative technologists, students and educators. Each of our members brings a diverse set of expertise, but we all share a common motivation: to make the built environment more inclusive and intuitive, emotive and engaging, sustainable and shared. https://segd.org
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The 2023 SEGD Academic Summit is a virtual event hosted on June 28 and June 29.
The SEGD Academic Summit is a forum for trends in design education research, projects and curriculum innovation for design academics, students and researchers. This event is great for industry members as well, to reconnect and learn about new ideas evolving from current research. This event is entirely free and promotes the latest developments in design research and education.
"The 2023 SEGD Academic Summit is a forum for sharing global trends in design education, research, and curriculum innovation for academics, students, and researchers. It also provides the opportunity to start the multi-level conversations that we as the experiential design community must have to forge pathways forward for diversity in design education and professional practice. As we celebrate SEGD's 50 years of education and practice, it is this foundational thought leadership that shifts current practice by engaging future thinking." - Joell Angel-Chumbley, Academic Task Force Chair Agenda June 28, 2023 June 29, 2023 June 28, 2023 Main Schedule
12:30 PM - 12:45 PM
Welcome to the 2023 SEGD Academic Summit!
12:45 PM - 1:05 PM
Incorporating Augmented Reality (AR) into Placemaking
1:05 PM - 1:25 PM
Climate Change and Its Metacognitions in the Metaverse
1:25 PM - 1:45 PM
AR in the Graphic Design Classroom
2:30 PM - 2:50 PM
Experiential Design: A Certificate Program for Post-Secondary Design Education
2:50 PM - 3:10 PM
Supergraphic Landscapes: Undergraduate Design Studios and Discursive Spatial Design, not Decoration
3:10 PM - 3:30 PM
The Design Charrette: Lessons Learned in Seeking Methods to Accelerate Student Learning
Breakout Session - Topic 1
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Methods + Strategies to Prepare Students for Future Practice
Breakout Session - Topic 2 Speakers Niloufar Abdolmaleki Experiential Graphic Designer, Researcher MFA in Design at University of California Davis Yeohyun Ahn Assistant Professor of Graphic Design and Interaction Design at University of Wisconsin-Madison Joell Angel-Chumbley Supervising Lead - EGD at City of Cincinnati, DOTE, Architecture + Urban Design Craig Berger Liaison at Fashion Institute of Technology Aija Freimane Design Researcher, Professor at TU Dublin School of Art and Design Lauren Green Typo-Graphic Designer, Researcher, MFA, Adjunct Professor at Kent State University Hansa Hatrote Junior Experiential Designer at Giant Spoon Jenny Hsin-Yi Chang Exhibit Designer at Deckel & Moneypenny Angela Iarocci Professor + Coordinator at Sheridan College Cybelle Jones CEO of SEGD Nathan Lachenmyer Partner at Sitara Systems George Lim Owner at Tangram Design Terry Londy Assistant Professor-Interior Design, at Florida State University Christina Lyons Chair of Graduate Exhibition Design Program at Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) Tamara McLean Graduate Teaching Assistant at University of Wisconsin-Madison Tim McNeil Professor of Design, Director of the Design Museum at UC Davis (Department of Design ) Amy Rees Studio Director of Exit Design Loran Sanvido Adjunct Instructor at University of Cincinnati (DAAP) Brett Snyder Principal at Cheng+Snyder Nekita Thomas Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Neeta Verma Associate Professor, Visual Communication Design at University of Notre Dame Michele Washington Designer, researcher, strategist Steven Webber Associate Professor at Florida State University
Niloufar Maleki is a multi-disciplinary experiential graphic designer who rethinks the role of visual communication in the built environment. Having recently achieved a Master of Fine Arts in Design from the esteemed University of California Davis, Nilou stands at the forefront of her profession. With a passion for creating positive social impact, Nilou's research delves into the transformative power of participation in projects that drive social change. She is interested in community-based design and sparking people's interactions. Nilou is actively seeking new career opportunities by pursuing a path that merges her interests in Experiential Graphic Design. She aims to enhance visual communication in the physical surroundings and help create meaningful experiences that connect with the intended audience. By seamlessly blending her artistic prowess with her unwavering commitment to impactful design, Nilou endeavors to leave an indelible mark on the field of Experiential Graphic Design.
Ahn is an award-winning graphic designer, educator, and researcher in collaboration with creative coding, diversity, and global leadership. She leads several research projects: the interdisciplinary typography project TYPE+CODE Series; a multidisciplinary project to bring awareness to Asian female faculty in America titled Social Homelessness on US campuses; and Evolving Graphic Design to bring academic diversity. Ahn received the SEGD Educator Award in 2022. Featured in the Washington Post, PRINT, New York Times Magazine, Creator’s Project, Designboom.com, etc., Published in Graphic Design: The New Basics, Type on Screen, and Data-Driven Graphic Design and presented and exhibited at SIGGRAPH, Leonardo (MIT Press), IEEE VIS, ISEA, AIGA, SEGD, Atypi, Etc. Ahn holds an MFA in Graphic Design from MICA. She is on committees for the CAA Annual Conference and the Academic Task Force of the Society of Experiential Graphic Design.
Adjunct Faculty, University of Cincinnati DAAP, Communication Design
Supervising Lead - EGD, City of Cincinnati, DOTE, Architecture + Urban Design 2020 SEGD Educator Award Joell Angel-Chumbley, MFA, has extensive public and private sector experience specializing in the areas of experiential graphic design, branding, wayfinding, public art and placemaking. Her multi-disciplinary focus seeks to connect research and insights, brand strategy, and user-centric design.
Craig Berger is currently an Associate Professor and Chair of the CD Pathways Program at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City as well as a consultant on professional, manufacturing, and academic projects. Craig started as a preservation architect before managing sign and streetscape programs for the Foundation for Architecture starting in 1996. In his capacity there Craig became an expert in urban sign and interpretive programs. With that experience Craig built a consulting business centered around the development of planning, technical and educational tools for the architecture and design community. He also helped launched initiatives in urban wayfinding including launching programs, writing books and creating workshops on the subject.
Craig took those skills to the Society for Environmental Graphic Design (SEGD) in 2002 and developed an educational and training program for the organization based on designer competencies as well as outreach programs in universities and other design associations. Inside SEGD Craig built knowledge areas in Wayfinding, Brand Environments, and Exhibition Design. He has also spearheaded education programs in practice areas like the ADA, dynamic wayfinding, and evidence based design. He took these skills to FIT where he has built a number of initiatives including a successful Design Thinking program that marries business and design, as well as fabrication education. Craig has a bachelor’s of arts and a bachelor’s of architecture from the Pennsylvania State University (1993), and a Master’s of Business Administration from Temple University (1999)
Design mindfulness and sensibility are my abilities towards happiness, satisfaction, and effectiveness by design.
I practice and advise on diverse human-centered design research, design and creative thinking methods in process, strategy and new products, together with service development. Humans and continuity as sustainability, empathy and senses are central to my everyday being and are the subjects of the research for design. I have a multi-contextual educational and professional background, and experience, thinking, interest and understanding that led me to my doctoral study of design, people and sustainability practices in Latvia in line with a global context. In my postdoctoral study I have defined perceived added value of design that measures cultural and personal satisfaction, happiness and well-being as a result of design’s socio-economic impact from the user’s perspective across five generations and four socioeconomic class groups. I advocate design as a method of creating happy and satisfied societies. I have published the book 'Perceived Design Value' where the triple design process and design maturity matrix are proposed to witness design’s added value in a framework of redefined design definition. This study has received prestigious A‘ Design Award in Meta, Strategy and Service design category 2020-2021. I am proud to have the first design PhD in Latvia. I am proud that I received the postdoctoral research grant in a high competition among priority sciences and finished the first and the only postdoctoral research for design in Latvia. I initiated and implemented research-based product and service design development practice at the Art Academy of Latvia. As a side result of my PhD, I developed and published Design Footprints (“Dizaina pēdas” in Latvian), an interactive timeline, map of design, socio-economic, political, technological, and sustainability facts from 1588–2015. As an Associate Professor of the Art Academy of Latvia, I lecture on several subjects within the arts and creative industries including design and project management. I also supervise design Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral theses and projects. I designed and managed the first (and only), continuous education program ‘Design teacher’ (2009-2011) for in-service art teachers located in Latvia. I founded an NGO ‘Creative partnership’ in 1997 and continue to be a managing and creative director of the organisation. The organisation is involved in informal art, craft, design, and music subjects, including creative education for children and youth.
Lauren Green is a Typo-Graphic Designer and researcher specializing in Type Design and Environmental Graphics. She recently completed her Master of Fine Arts Degree and thesis dissertation from Kent State University. Her extensive studies focused on the intricate relationship between typography and wayfinding systems, striving to enhance them within the ever-expanding digital landscape. As the Lead Graphic Designer with Ideastream Public Media, she has transformed their perceptions and value of design and has built an established creative department. In search of new career opportunities, she is actively pursuing a path combining her passions for Experiential Design and Type Design, aiming to proactively foster positive change within her local communities.
As a multi-disciplinary designer, Hansa has a passion to create immersive experiences that not only mesmerize visitors but also positively impact them.
Upon receiving her B.Des in Fashion Communication from the National Institute of Fashion Technology, Mumbai in 2020, Hansa started her creative career as an Interior Stylist for a home decor start-up in India. As the pandemic changed life as we know it, her role transformed to include set styling, social media management, website and packaging design. After getting to experience various creative paths in the growing Indian industry, Hansa decided to channel her creative curiosity solely towards 3D exhibit design. She then moved to NYC to pursue an MA in Exhibition and Experience Design at the Fashion Institute of Technology, which she recently was granted. Exploring the world of spatial design from both concept development to technical visualization, she is now sharing her passion with the experiential marketing team at Giant Spoon as a Junior Designer. Driven by experiences that are unique, connective, and immersive, Hansa's goal is to transform spaces to meaningful celebrations of our resources while being mindful of our consumption.
Jenny Hsin-Yi Chang is an exhibit designer with a daring mind to challenge boundaries and find meaningful connections in the most unlikely places. With a background in business, communication design and exhibition & experience design, she has participated in creating a wide range of projects including events, performances, immersive theaters, and exhibitions. As a passionate experience maker, Chang’s work is characterized by expansive imagination and emotional charm, connecting people through unforgettable experiences.
2021 Educator Award
Professor, York University/Sheridan College Program in Design Angela Iarocci is a Professor and Coordinator at Sheridan College in the Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design with academic specializations in experiential design, information design, inclusive and sustainable design. Angela has a diverse design background that builds on her education in industrial design and architecture. She has professional experience in both the public and private sector and has been involved in a wide range of projects developing wayfinding systems, exhibitions, and interpretive installations. Angela is a member of the Toronto-based art and design collective, moimoi design, creating context-specific experiences that engage people in the unexpected. As an educator, Angela has had a significant role in the development of the first Bachelor of Experiential Design programin Canada, launched in 2021 at Sheridan College. She currently serves on the SEGD Academic Task Force, and her academic and creative work has been published and exhibited internationally.
Cybelle Jones is CEO, responsible for strategic leadership that fosters excellence in every aspect of SEGD to ensure member value, raised visibility of the profession and financial stewardship.
Previously, Cybelle was Principal and Executive Director of Gallagher & Associates. Her leadership and creative direction was integral to the success of the firm and to their position as one of the leading experience design firms. Cybelle Jones studied architecture at the University of Cincinnati and helped establish the Masters of Exhibition Design program at the Corcoran College of Art + Design in Washington D.C. She received the 2014 SEGD Distinguished Member and was a SEGD Board member from 2006-2012. In addition, Cybelle Jones has received multiple honors including the American Institute of Architects Award of Excellence and has been a guest critic and speaker for organizations including SEGD Xlab, MuseumNext, the Victoria and Albert Museum, Communicating the Arts, American Alliance of Museums, Building Museums Symposium, International Council of Museums, The Fashion Institute of Technology and DAAP - University of Cincinnati.
Nathan Lachenmyer is a human-computer interaction researcher
whose work investigates the changing relationship between humans and emerging technologies, and how technology can be used as a tool to communicate and inspire people. He is a Partner at Sitara Systems, a technology and design laboratory that works with artists, museums, and brands to communicate their messaging and expertise to the public through interactive experiences.
George Lim is the Founding Partner and Creative Director of Tangram Design, a lecturer at the University of Colorado School of Environmental Design, and an active member and supporter of the Society of Experiential Graphic Design. With over 30 years of professional experience, George has established himself as a leader in the practice of environmental graphic design and as an authority in the design of branded environments for culturally sensitive, municipal and private projects. His experience includes designing and implementing wayfinding signage systems and programming for airports, universities, municipalities, retail environments, resorts and parks and trails.
Tangram is a creative design firm whose design focus is the practice of environmental graphic design (EGD) – a discipline that involves the planning and design of branded signage and wayfinding programs. Tangram’s success is driven by their people and their commitment to execute with excellence and apply innovative strategies and design solutions to improve the social, economical and environmental well being of the communities they serve. Intertwining their passion for design and the desire to improve local and global communities, Tangram fosters partnerships with government, business, and community representatives to promote environmental improvements, social responsibility and stewardship initiatives. Tangram is a design firm that aims to use their design talent to create better and safer places for people now and in the future. George has been involved with teaching environmental graphic design at the university level for over 20 years. With active involvement in educational efforts headed by SEGD and of his own personal accord, George developed EGD curriculums and workshops that are still being used in the classrooms of university campuses. George started his teaching career at the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design where he established the first Degree in Graphic Design with an Emphasis in EGD. He also helped develop the SEGD Kent State University Summer Design Workshop, an intensive two week summer program that focused on the design of experiences, branded environments and wayfinding signage programs that became a direct supplier of qualified young designers to the EGD professional community. George was the 2008 SEGD Angel Award honoree, former Denver Chapter Chair and past Board Member of the SEGD. Some of his efforts include creating and chairing the SEGD Young Designers Summit and creating and chairing the SEGD Academic Summit. He is currently SEGD's representative on the International Code Council's ADA & Building Codes Subcommittee, to advise in the updating of the new ADA guidelines as it relates to signage. He has also represented the SEGD in the review and writing of the codes and guidelines for the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) for Streets and Highways of the Federal Highway Administration. George earned a Masters of Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design and Digital Media from the Tyler School of Art, of Temple University in Philadelphia and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design from the University of Denver.
Terry Londy is a Detroit maker with commercial experience in Graphic & Interior Design, Terry specializes in the role of Brand in the built environment. In Chicago, his skillset began to evolve through the many facets of Environmental Graphic Design, signage, & wayfinding, and ultimately finding his passion with large Branding projects. Terry posits that the key to great design is understanding that the Brand is much more than a logo, but is more of a living, breathing entity. It becomes an icon that drives consumers to buy & creates die-hard loyalty.
The design challenge is creating the intersection with the user and the Brand, storytelling, developing the experience, and ultimately building the connection they make to the space. Research areas include wayfinding strategy, the Brand connection to spaces, & portfolio success.
Christina Lyons is a member of the 2021 SEGD Board and has served on the SEGD Board since 2016, representing education.
She is professor and chairperson, Graduate Exhibition & Experience Design at the Fashion Institute of Technology/SUNY in New York. Previous to this position she was the Director of the Graphics Department at Lee H. Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership. She has worked on projects such as the Muzeiko: Children’s Museum in Sofia, Bulgaria, the The New York Historical Society, the Sony Wonder Technology Lab, the Aileron Center for Entrepreneurial Education, the Rochester Museum and Science Center, Batsto Historic Village, the National Track and Field Hall of Fame, the Monkey King: A Journey to China exhibit at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan, the Off the Wall exhibit for SEGD at AIGA, the America: Now + Here traveling exhibit, as well as Live Work Skyline Street exhibit at Center for Architecture. Christina Lyons holds a Masters in Communication Design from Pratt Institute and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Vermont. Christina Lyons has been an instructor in the Fashion Institute of Technology, Master of Arts program in Exhibition Design since 2010, and in the Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design department since 2008. Her recent speaking engagements include the Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums and National Association for Interpretation. Christina Lyons received her Masters of Communication Design from the Pratt Institute in 2002 after receiving an under graduate degree from the University of Vermont.
Tamara McLean (American) is an interdisciplinary artist. Her studio practice in graphic and web design is best known for large-scale environmental design installations connecting people with places to create an informed contemporary dialogue about the past and present.
McLean is a recipient of the Minneapolis College of Art and Design Master of Arts Graphic and Web Design Merit Scholarship, Ernie Moll Scholarship, IIDA Showroom and Large Booth Design Award at NeoCon, AAF American Advertising Award Judge's Choice Award, and multiple AAF American Advertising Award Golds and Silvers. She has exhibited regionally and nationally, including exhibitions at Evolving Graphic Design Symposium and Southeastern College Arts Conference: Watershed. An active member of AIA, AIGA, ATypI, CAA, SECAC, SEGD, her work is in the permanent collection of The Neville Public Museum. Professionally, McLean contributes to the rapidly expanding augmented reality category (AR) as an AR experience consultant and UX/UI app designer. Launched in May 2023, "Phoenix AR" is an AR walking tour of the First Nation History at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay campus. McLean's most recent work is writing a curriculum course approved by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, School of Education, Art Department, "Augmented Reality (AR) for Graphic Designers," to be presented at the Society of Experiential Graphic Design Academic Summit in June 2023. Tamara McLean obtained her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and a Master of Arts from Minneapolis College of Art and Design. She is pursuing a Master of Fine Arts at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Building on her installation work, McLean creates experiences that inform and entertain in galleries, museums, public spaces, and commercial interiors.
Timothy McNeil is a professor of design and director of the Design Museum at the University of California, Davis. He has spent 30 years as a practicing exhibition designer working for major museums, researching exhibition design history and methods, and teaching the next generations of exhibition design thinkers and practitioners. He contributed to building the J. Paul Getty Museum at the Getty Center and Getty Villa, and the Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art. His work has been recognized for design excellence by the Society for Experiential Graphic Design and the American Alliance of Museums, and he is the author of The Exhibition and Experience Design Handbook.
Amy Rees is a Philadelphia Chapter Co-Chair.
As a Studio Director at Exit Design Amy Rees leads her team in all aspects of their creative process from start to finish. An incisive and award-winning designer, she develops innovative solutions that impact the visitor experience in tangible, meaningful ways. With over two decades in the industry serving a diverse client base, Amy has managed multi-disciplinary teams to create large scale, high-profile projects. She is known for delivering exceptional results on schedule and within budget while establishing and nurturing lasting customer relationships. Before joining Exit Design, Amy Rees held leadership positions at UJMN Architects (now Strada), Hillier Architecture, and a+b Studios. She is actively engaged in the education of future designers, serving as an Adjunct Faculty member at Drexel University, where she received her BS in Graphic Design. She has also taught at Philadelphia University and the University of the Arts and has mentored countless students across design disciplines and been active in developing and delivering extensive coursework, focusing on professional communications, graphic design and environmental graphic design.
Loran Sanvido is currently an Adjunct Instructor at the University of Cincinnati in the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, where she teaches undergraduate Communication Design students.
She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Graphic Design from the University of Cincinnati and gained cooperative work experience at many multidisciplinary design firms that introduced her to the field of Experiential Design. Since completing her undergraduate degree, she has worked in Adidas and Reebok's Sports License Division in Boston, MA, and at Infinite Scale in Salt Lake City, UT. After a decade of designing for sports brands and companies, she turned her energy to teaching. She enjoys broadening students’ understanding of graphic design and introducing them to the fascinating world of experiential design. Loran recently completed a Master of Design degree from the University of Cincinnati where she focused on creating an interdisciplinary Experiential Design certificate program for post-secondary design education. She is also an active member of SEGD’s Academic Task Force.
Brett Snyder is an Associate Professor of Design at the University of California Davis and a principal of Cheng+Snyder an experimental architecture and design studio based in Oakland, California. Much of Snyder’s work, at the intersection of architecture and media, focuses on the ways that design can engage communities in impactful ways. He is a co-lead of Imagining America’s Collective of Publicly Engaged Designers, an organization that highlights the ways in which an engaged design process can foster community resilience. Recent projects include Unlock Alameda Creek, a resilience building initiative in the SF Bay Area; Smart Sidewalks, a winning entry to the NYC Reinvent Payphones competition; and Museum of the Phantom City an architectural iPhone app to view visionary but un-built architecture. Together, these projects represent the forefront of engaged design, with an array of experimental methods, including analog and digital techniques to foster civic and environmental participation.
Links: https://arts.ucdavis.edu/faculty-profile/brett-snyder https://www.chengsnyder.com/ https://imaginingamerica.org/what-we-do/collaborative-research/collective-of-publicly-engaged-designers/
Nekita Thomas is a designer, educator, and researcher dedicated to using design as a tool for social impact. She believes in the power of designing tools and spaces for critical conversation and knowledge exchange to generate new ideas and solutions. This requires always asking the “what ifs” and “why nots” and enabling diverse perspectives to come together. This is the basis of her current projects on topics of race, racism, well-being, and the built environment.
Nekita teaches in Graphic Design and Design for Responsible Innovation at The University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. Happy to talk project collaborations and writing collaborations! Dream projects include: experience design and branding for art spaces, retail spaces, public programming spaces.
Neeta Verma is Associate Professor in Visual Communication Design at the University of Notre Dame. A graphic designer, story teller and a social advocate by profession, she has over 25 years of professional experience working exclusively for not-for-profits, museums and cultural institutions in New York, Albuquerque and India. As a graphic designer, she describes her role as a catalyst within a societal context, a solution finder, and an experience creator. She believes that as designers we have a responsibility toward a practice that is not just determined by “need” but more importantly by “relevance”. Her clients include Whitney Museum, American Red Cross and Wildlife Conservation Society.
Her teaching focuses on Social Design, Visualization of Data, and Fundamentals of Design and the aspects she promotes within those courses are critical thinking and innovation as she views the graphic design not only as creative problem solving both also as service and collaboration.
Michele Y. Washington is a designer, researcher, strategist, and design critic. She has worked with on range of projects from Coforma Health + Long COVID-19 and the Health Equity Task Force, A Long Walk Home, City as Living Lab, Leadership Summit, Killen’s Journal, the Chronicle of Higher Education, Cox Matthews and Associates, Romare Bearden Foundation, West Harlem Group Assistance, Inc., and the Museum of Science and Industry. Currently, is the founder and host of “Curious Story Lab,” a podcast series featuring designers, architects, urbanism, fashion and product designers and food designers of color.
Michele holds two master’s degrees, Design Criticism from the School of Visual Arts, and another in Communications Design from Pratt Institute. Previously was an A’Leila Bundles Columbia University Scholar Fellow, and Billops-Hatch Fellowship, Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library at Emory University Fellow. Also, was in residents at Monsoon Artists Residency in Maine. Previously taught on the faculty of the MA Faculty Exhibition Design program at the Fashion Institute of Technology, where she teaches Branding and Design. Also, has taught at CUNY and Pratt Institute. Her work has been exhibited in Women Designers in the USA, 1900-2000: Diversity and Difference, held at the Bard Graduate Center; Visual Perceptions: 21 African American Designers Challenge Modern Stereotypes, Design Journey: You Are Here at the AIGA headquarters, and Google Black History and Culture. Michele’s writing and visual essays has appeared in, Architectural Record, The Black Experience in Design, InQue Magazine, AIGA Design Journey, IRAAA and a forth coming book Travel Posters of New York. Serves on the following Boards: Poster House Museum, Advisory Board; Pivot: A World of Many Centers, co-organizer; National Museum of African American History & Culture; SEGD, Education Task Force; Indigo Arts Alliance, Advisory Circle; Sing Sing Prison Preview Center (emeritus).
Steven Webber was a design practitioner for over 10 years prior to teaching interior design at Florida State University where he has been an educator for 12 years. His areas of teaching span the curriculum including first year undergraduate students in the introductory course, junior-level undergraduate students in construction documentation and construction technologies, the senior-level undergraduate and graduate-level design studio capstone courses, and he has organized the annual student design charrette since 2014. Research areas include design pedagogy, emotional intelligence, empathy and systemizing. In 2023-25 Steve will serve in executive leadership roles (president-elect, president, and past-president) of the Interior Design Educators Council.
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