Department of Design, College of Visual Arts & Design, University of North Texas

1155 Union Circle #305100 / Denton, Texas 76203-5017

Office: (940) 565-3621 · E-mail: Haejin.Gam.@unt.edu 

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EDUCATION

Ph.D. in Human Environmental Sciences, Specialty in Apparel Merchandising & Design, College of Human Environmental Sciences, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, 2007

 

Dissertation: Development of a Sustainable Apparel Design and Production Model

*Winner of the 2007 Outstanding Ph.D. Student in the College of Human Environmental Sciences

 

M.S. in Clothing and Textiles, Major in Fashion Design, Chung-Ang University, College of Human Ecology, Seoul, South Korea, 2002

               

Thesis: Survey and Study on Preference of Fashion, Style and Knitwear of Bobos Men  

 

B.S. in Computer Sciences, Seoul Women’s University, College of Information & Communication, Seoul, South Korea, 1998

 

PROFESSIONAL – ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

Fashion Design Program Coordinator, University of North Texas, 2020 to present

 

Fashion Design Program Graduate Coordinator, University of North Texas, 2019 - 2020

 

Associate Professor, University of North Texas, 2018 to present

                Department of Design,

                Program of Fashion Design

 

Courses Taught

ADES 1560 Intro to Industrial Sewing

ADES 2560 Advanced Industry Sewing Techniques

ADES 3555 Fashion: Industry Techniques

ADES 3565 Accessory Design

ADES 3570 Computers in Fashion: Presentation

ADES 4560 Fashion Design Concepts

ART 5900 Special Problems - Graduate Course

 

Graduate Program Coordinator, Illinois State University, 2014 to August 2018

                Department of Family and Consumer Sciences

 

Associate Professor, Illinois State University, 2013 to August 2018

                Department of Family and Consumer Sciences,

Sequence of Apparel, Merchandising and Design

 

Assistant Professor, Illinois State University, 2007 to 2013

                Department of Family and Consumer Sciences,

Sequence of Apparel, Merchandising and Design

 

Courses Taught

FCS 103  Management for Consumers

FCS 122  Apparel Product Development

FCS 222  Cultural Diversity in Dress

FCS 228  Apparel Design

FCS 321  Flat Pattern Design

FCS 324  Draping & Design

FCS 334  Perspectives on Sustainability in Apparel & Interior Design (New Course Developed)

FCS 365  Apparel Collection Development

FCS 366  CAD for Apparel Design

FCS 393  Europe Travel Study

FCS 398  Professional Practice

 

Graduate Research Assistant, Oklahoma State University, 2003-2007

 

Project Involvement

  • Prototype development of firefighter’s glove, 2006

  • NSF funded research project “Course Development of Environmental Issues for Designers and Merchandisers,” 2005-2006

  • Firefighter clothing design project, 2005

  • Educational materials on job search strategies for HES career services office, 2005

  • Detection of harmful chemicals in indoor environment using smart textile technology, 2004

  • MIPT (National Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism) team research project, developing the cooling garment, 2003-2004

 

Teaching Assistant, Oklahoma State University, 2006-2007

 

        Textiles, Apparel, Interiors and Related Products in the International Economy, DHM 4993 (senior level), Fall 2006

  • Assisted with development of course materials and assignments

  • Graded students’ projects

  • Lectured (guest) with an overview of the Korean retailing system

 

Instructor, Mathematics Academy in Seoul, South Korea, 1994-1996

  • Taught high school senior students

 

PROFESSIONAL – INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE

Instructor for Stoll GmbH’s computer-aided knitting programming course, Stoll America West, Los Angeles, CA - February to March, 2002

 

Knitwear Design Director for Songzio Homme, Seoul, South Korea – 2000-2002

  • Responsible for all knitwear designs for Songzio Fashion Shows

    • 2000 F/W, 2001 S/S, 2001 F/W, 2002 S/S

    • SFAA (Seoul Fashion Artists Association: www.sfaa.co.kr) collection

 

Head Knitwear Designer of Mi-Dong Promotion Co, Seoul, South Korea – 2001-2002

  • Managed all material purchases for product development

  • Directed the company’s global sourcing with Chinese manufacturers

  • Conducted market research in Italy and Hong Kong

 

Knitwear Designer of Mae-il Industrial Co. Kyunggi, South Korea – 1997-2001

  • Developed knitwear designs and created color combinations for men’s wear

 

Sales Associate of Ricco, Wholesale Market, Seoul, South Korea – 1997

  • Responsible for collecting buyers’ opinions

  • Created showroom display

 

AWARDS, SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS

2021  - Best Paper Winner in Apparel, Textiles, and Merchandising fat the 2021 Annual Conference of the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences (AAFCS).

2020 -  Winner of the ITAA 2020 Paper of Distinction Award in the Pedagogy and Professional Development track, Annual Meeting was held virtually through iPosterSessions.

 

2015 - Best Paper Winner at the 106th Annual Conference of the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences (AAFCS) in Jacksonville, Florida on June 26. 

 

2015 - Recognized  among ten most downloaded articles in in the Family & Consumer Sciences Research Journal  in 2014 (Two articles: ranked 4th and 7th ) 

2014 - Family and Consumer Sciences Outstanding Researcher Award, Illinois State University

2013 - Winner of the ITAA 2013 Paper of Distinction Award in the Sustainability Research Track at the 2013 International Textile and Apparel Association Meeting in New Orleans, LA

 

2012 - University Research Initiative Award, Illinois State University

2011 - Family and Consumer Sciences Outstanding Researcher Award, Illinois State University

2010 - University Teaching Initiative Award, Illinois State University

 

2009 - Phyllis Memken Outstanding Teacher Award, Illinois State University

 

2009 - Faculty mentor of CAST outstanding Undergraduate Student Researcher, Illinois State University

 

2007 - Outstanding Graduate Student Award – Doctoral Level in Human Environmental Sciences, Oklahoma State University

 

2006 - Marguerite Scruggs Research Enrichment Fellowship, Oklahoma State University

 

2005 - Marguerite Scruggs Research Enrichment Fellowship, Oklahoma State University

 

2004 - American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA) Student scholarship

 

GRANTS

Trippeer, B, Gam, H., Jestratijevic, I., & Kim, J.  (Submitted in May 2021).  Sustainable Futures: Innovation, Education, and Fashion Design Development, VentureWell, Requested  $30,000

Gam, H. (2021).  Development and Evaluation of Face Covering Designs, UNT CVAD small research Grant, 2020, Funded $1,000

 

Gam, H., Trippeer, B., Park, J. & Morgan, B. (2020).  Reframing Design Curriculum through Cotton Education, Cotton Incorporated, Not Funded  $58,154

 

Gam, H. & Jestratijevic, I.(2020).  Mean Green Fix & Wear, UNT We Mean Green Fund, Funded $2400

 

Kim, J., Gam, H., Trippeer, B., & Xu, B. (2019).  Rethinking Cotton Learning: Innovation through Collaboration, Cotton Incorporated, Funded $46,072

 

Gam, H. (2018).  Examination the variables that influence purchase intention of green textile furnishing products , UNT CVAD small research Grant , 2018, Funded $1,000

 

Gam, H. (2013). , Determinants of Consumers’ responses to socially responsible apparel labels: A cognitive neuropsychological approach, ISU University Research Grant, Funded $5,000

 

Johnson, T., Gam, H & Banning, J. (2012).  Autonomous Learning via a Student Produced Fashion Show, ISU Teaching and Learning Development Grant, Funded $2,000

 

Gam, H. (2011).  Evaluating Thermal Comfort of Renewable Fibers for Baby Clothes, ISU University Research Grant. Funded $5,000

 

Gam, H (PI) & Banning, J. (2010).  The Influence of Historic Costume on Apparel Design Inspiration, ISU Teaching and Learning Development Grant, Funded $2,000

 

Ma, Y & Gam, H. (2009).  Experimental Study of Consumer Friendly Green Label for Sustainable Apparel Products, ISU University Research Grant, Funded $10,000

 

Gam, H. (PI), & Ma, Y.J., The In(green)dients Label: Creating an Educational Green Label for Sustainable Clothing. Environmental Protection Agency, P3 Award: A National Student Design Competition for Sustainability Focusing on People, Prosperity, and the Planet, Requested $9,999 – Submitted December, 2010, Not Funded

 

Gam, H. (PI), & Ma, Y.J., The In(green)dients Label: Creating an Educational Green Label for Sustainable Clothing. Environmental Protection Agency, P3 Award: A National Student Design Competition for Sustainability Focusing on People, Prosperity, and the Planet, Requested $9,999 – Submitted December, 2009, Not Funded

 

Gam, H. (2008). The Characterization of Environmentally Friendly Clothing Adopters, ISU University Research Grant, Funded $5,000

 

Cao, H., Rumsey, R., Gam, H., Farr, C. A., &  Heine, L. (2007). The man's jacket design for disassembly: an implementation of C2CAD framework. Environmental Protection Agency, P3 Award: A National Student Design Competition for Sustainability Focusing on People, Prosperity, and the Planet, September 2007-August 2008, Funded $10,000. Received 2008 Honorable Mention.

 

Cao, H., Rumsey, R., Gam, H., Farr, C. A., & Heine, L., The man's jacket design for disassembly: an implementation of C2CAD framework (Phase II). Environmental Protection Agency, P3 Award: A National Student Design Competition for Sustainability Focusing on People, Prosperity, and the Planet, Requested $69,187 – Submitted March 2008, Not Funded

 

Cao, H., Gam, H., Hur, J., Farr, C. A., & Heine, L., C2CAD: A Sustainable Apparel Design and Production Conceptual Framework (Phase II), Environmental Protection Agency, P3 Award: A National Student Design Competition for Sustainability Focusing on People, Prosperity, and the Planet, Requested $75,000 – Submitted April 2006, Not Funded.

 

Cao, H., Gam, H., Hur, J., Farr, C. A., & Heine, L. (2005). C2CAD: A Sustainable Apparel Design and Production Conceptual Framework, Environmental Protection Agency, P3 Award: A National Student Design Competition for Sustainability Focusing on People, Prosperity, and the Planet, Funded $10,000.

 

REFEREED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS  

Gam, H., Kim, J., & Trippeer, B. (In Review). Developing a cooperative learning project: Bridging the design, merchandising, and retail process. Submitted to International Journal of Fashion Design, Technology and Education.

 

Gam, H., Yu, U., & Yang, S. (2020). Will health conscious consumers purchase environmentally sustainable textile furnishing products? Extension of the Theory of Planned Behavior. Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal, 49(1), 84-100.

 

Gam, H., & Banning, J. (2020). Teaching sustainability in fashion design courses through a zero-waste design project. Clothing and Textiles Research Journal, 38(3), 151-165.

 

Banning, J. & Gam, H. (2020). Object based learning in a world dress course. Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal, 48(4), 343-358.

 

Lee, Y., Gam, H., & Bakhshian, S. (2020). Apparel, Textiles, and Merchandising Scholarship Practices from 2000 to 2019: Analysis of FCSRJ and CTRJ. Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal, 48(4), 308-320.

 

Baker, R., Yu, U, Gam, H., & Banning, J. (2019). Identifying tween fashion consumers’ profile concerning fashion innovativeness, opinion leadership, internet use for apparel shopping, interest in online co-design involvement, and brand commitment.  Fashion and Textiles. 6:8.

 

Raj, D., Ma, Y., Gam, H., & Banning, J. (2017). Implementation of lean production and environmental sustainability in the Indian apparel manufacturing industry: A way to reach triple bottom line. International Journal of Fashion Design, Technology and Education, 1-11.  

 

Ma, Y., Gam, H., & Banning, J. (2017). Perceive ease of use and usefulness of socially responsible labels on apparel products: Application of the technology acceptance model. Fashion and Textiles. 4:3.

 

Gam, H., Ma, Y., & Banning, J. (2014). Socially responsible apparel labels: Effects on fashion shoppers. Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal, 42(3), 292-305.

 

Vale, A., Schumacher, J., Cullen, R., & Gam, H. (2014). Vegetable puree: A strategy to increase the vegetable consumption among school lunch participants in US public elementary schools. The Journal of Child Nutrition and Management. 38(2), 1-12.

 

Fyler, M., Schumacher, J., Banning, J., & Gam, H. (2014). Relationship between healthy eating attitudes, body image, BMI and diet intake of college students. Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal. 42(4), 330-340.

* Selected as the Best Paper

 

Banning, J. & Gam, H. (2013). Redesigning a fashion history course through team-based learning. Clothing and Textiles Research Journal, 31(3), 182-194.

 

An, S., Gam, H. & Cao, H. (2013). Evaluating performance of organic cotton, bamboo-blended, and soybean-blended fabrics.  Clothing and Textiles Research Journal, 31(3), 157-166.

 

Gam, H. & Banning, J. (2012). Collaboratively teaching students to utilize historic dress as apparel design inspiration.  Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal, 41(1), 56-68.

 

Gam, H, & Banning, J. (2011). Addressing sustainable apparel design challenges with problem-based learning. Clothing and Textiles Research Journal, 29(3), 202-215.

 

Gam, H. (2011). Are fashion-conscious consumers more likely to adopt eco-friendly clothing? Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management, 15(2), 178-193.

 

Gam, H., Cao, H., Bennett, J., Helmkamp, C., & Farr, C. (2011). Design for disassembly in the apparel product: A study using the men’s jacket. International Journal of Clothing Science and Technology, 23 (2/3), 83-94.

 

Gam, H., Cao, H., Farr, C., & Kang, M. (2010). Quest for the eco-apparel market: A study of mothers’ willingness to purchase organic cotton clothing for their children. International Journal of Consumer Studies, 34(6), 648-656.

 

Gam, H., Cao, H., Farr, C., & Heine, L. (2009). C2CAD: a sustainable apparel design and production model. International Journal of Clothing Science and Technology, 21(4), 166-179.

 

Nam, J., Hamlin, R., Gam, H., Kang, J., Kim, J., Pimpawan, K. Starr, C., & Richards, L. (2007). The Fashion Consciousness Behaviors of Mature Female Consumers. International Journal of Consumer Studies, 31(1), 102-108.

 

Cao, H., Frey, L. V., Farr, C. A., & Gam, H. (2006). An environmental sustainability course for design and merchandising students. Journal of Family & Consumer Sciences, 98(2), 75-80.

 

BOOK CHAPTERS / BOOK REVIEWS

Gam, H. (Invited/published in 2018). Book Review: Zero Waste Fashion Design. Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal.  46(3), 314-316.

 

Gam, H., Ma, Y. & Ciaccio, E. (Invited/ published in 2011). Development of a green-clothing label to educate potential eco-apparel consumers. In Leal Filho, W. (ed.), World Trends in Education for Sustainable Development, Peter Lang publishing. Frankfurt.

 

Gam, H. (Invited/published in 2011). Illustration and photography for “No Fabric Waste Dress: Spiral Line Dress” in Creativity in Fashion Design: An Inspiration Workbook (Jennings, T.), Fairchild Books, New York.  

 

EDITORIALLY- REVIEWED JOURNAL PUBLICATION

Gam, H., & Ma, Y (2011  January). Creating a green label for reducing the gap. Fiber Online Journal of the International Fashion and Apparel Industry.

 

REFEREED DESIGNS

Gam, H. (2020).  Wild Blue Flower Design virtually presented in the Art & Design/Apparel & Textiles Juried Design Showcase, 2020 Annual American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences National Conference.

 

Gam, H. (2019). The Cut Dress. Design presented in the 2019 Annual meeting of International Textile and Apparel Association Design Exhibition, Las Vegas, NV.

 

Gam, H. (2019).  Eclectic. Design presented in the Costume Society of America’s 45th Annual Meeting and Symposium. Seattle, WA.

 

Gam, H. & An, S. (2018).  I Care: I am Suffering with You. Design presented in the Costume Society of America’s 44th Annual Meeting and Symposium. Colonial Williamsburg, VA.

 

Gam, H. (2017).  A Memoir of Students. Design accepted by the Art & Design/Apparel & Textiles Juried Design Showcase, 2017 Annual American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences National Conference. Dallas, TX.

 

Gam, H. (2014). Garden. Design presented in the 2014 Annual meeting of International Textile and Apparel Association Design Exhibition, Charlotte, North Carolina

 

Gam, H. (2014). Convoluted.  Design presented in the Art & Design/Apparel & Textiles Juried Design Showcase, 2014 Annual American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences National Conference. St. Louis, MO.

 

Gam, H. (2014). Empire State of Mind. Design presented in the Art & Design/Apparel & Textiles Juried Design Showcase, 2014 Annual American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences National Conference. St. Louis, MO.

 

Gam, H. (2012). Forget Me Knot. Design presented in the 2012Annual meeting of International Textile and Apparel Association Design Exhibition, Honolulu, Hawaii.

 

Gam, H. (2012). Dynamic. Design presented in the 2012 Annual meeting of International Textile and Apparel Association Design Exhibition, Honolulu, Hawaii.

 

Gam, H. (2012). Under The Sea. Design presented in the 2012 Annual meeting of International Textile and Apparel Association Design Exhibition, Honolulu, Hawaii.

 

Gam, H. (2012). Fur and Cotton Weaving Dress.  Design presented in the Art & Design/Apparel & Textiles Juried Design Showcase, 2012 Annual American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences National Conference. Indianapolis, IN.

 

Gam, H. (2011). A Plaid Woman’s Dress Created From Secondhand Men’s Dress Shirts.  Design presented in the Art & Design/Apparel & Textiles Juried Design Showcase, 2011 Annual American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences National Conference, Phoenix, AZ.

 

Gam, H. (2011). Peony Blossom Painting Dress. Design presented in the Art & Design/Apparel & Textiles Juried Design Showcase, 2011 Annual American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences National Conference, Phoenix, AZ.

 

Gam, H. (2010). No Fabric Waste Design:  Square & Triangle Suit.  Design presented in the Art & Design/Apparel & Textiles Juried Design Showcase, 2010 Annual American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences National Conference, Cleveland, OH.

 

Gam, H. (2010). No Fabric Waste Dress:  Spiral Line Dress. Design presented in the Art & Design/Apparel & Textiles Juried Design Showcase, 2010 Annual American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences National Conference, Cleveland, OH.

 

Gam, H. (2009).Tie The Knot: A Wedding Anniversary Dress. Design presented in the Art & Design/Apparel & Textiles Juried Design Showcase, 2009 Annual American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences National Conference, Knoxville, TN.

 

Gam, H. (2008). Day Dress From The 1830s. Design presented in the Art & Design/Apparel & Textiles Juried Design Showcase, 2008 Annual American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences National Conference, Milwaukee, WI.

 

Gam, H. (2006).  Autumn. Design presented in the 2006 Annual meeting of International Textile and Apparel Association Design Exhibition, San Antonio, TX.

 

Gam, H. (2006).  Paper Dress. Design presented in the 2006 Annual meeting of International Textile and Apparel Association Design Exhibition, San Antonio, TX.

 

PUBLISHED REFEREED ABSTRACTS AND PROCEEDINGS

Gam, H., Kim, J., Trippeer, B. & Yeo, P. (2020). Creating Cooperative Learning Environment through  Cotton Capsule Wardrobe Project. Virtual presentation at the 2020 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association.

* Winner of the Paper of Distinction Award in the Pedagogy and Professional Development Track at the 2020 International Textile and Apparel Association Meeting

 

Yu, U., Gam, H., & Yang, S. (2020). Identifying Consumers’ Shopping Orientations of Green Textile Furnishing Products. Virtual presentation at the 2020 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association.

 

Phan, E., Kim, J., Gam, H., & Hawley, J. (2020). The acceptance and usage intention of menstrual underwear. Virtual presentation at the 2020 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association.

 

Gam, H., Yu, U., & Yang, S. (2019, October). Exploring an Antecedent Role of Health Consciousness on Consumers' Purchase Intention to Green Textile Furnishing Products: Extension of Theory of the Planned Behavior. Poster presentation at the 2019 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, Las Vegas, NV.

 

Gam, H. & Banning, J. (2018, November). Outcomes of Implementing Zero-Waste Pattern Cutting in Fashion Design Courses. Oral presentation at the 2018 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, Cleveland, OH.

 

Banning, J. & Gam, H. (2018, November). Designing a Zero-Waste Pattern Cutting Project for Fashion Design Courses. Oral presentation at the 2018 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, Cleveland, OH.

 

Banning, J. & Gam, H. (2018, November). Artifacts Improve Learning in a Fashion History Course. Poster presentation at the 2018 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, Cleveland, OH.

 

Banning, J. & Gam, H. (2017, November). Object-Based Learning in a World Dress Course. Oral presentation at the 2017 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, St. Petersburg, FL.

 

Dyar, C., Alsaffaf, N., Anderson, B., & Gam, H. (2017, October). Operating An Interior Design Firm In Saudi Arabia: Opportunities and Challenges for Professional Female Employees," Oral presentation at the 2017 East Regional Conference of the Interior Design Educators Council, New York City, NY.

 

Gam, H., Ko, S., & An, S. (2016, November). Using Physiological Measures for Understanding Sustainable Consumers’ Emotional Responses. Poster presentation at the 2016 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, Vancouver, British Columbia.

 

Reed, E., Gam, H., & Banning, J. (2016, November). Challenges and Benefits of Made in the USA Manufacturing: A Study of Small Business Owners. Oral presentation at the 2016 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, Vancouver, British Columbia.

 

An, S., Ko, S., & Gam, H. (2016, November). Evaluating Thermal Comfort of Sweat-Management Fabrics for Sportswear. Poster presentation at the 2016 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, Vancouver, British Columbia.

 

Ma, Y. & Gam, H. (2016, April). U.S. Consumers’ Perceptions on Socially Responsible Apparel Labels. Poster presentation at the 2016 Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles Spring Conference, Seoul, South Korea.

 

Ko, S., Gam, H., & An, S. (2015, November). Positive and Negative Advertising Images as Effective Sustainable Consumer Stimuli. Oral presentation at the 2015 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

*Nominee for the Paper of Distinction Award at the 2015 International Textile and Apparel Association Meeting

 

Gam, H., Ko, S. & An, S. (2014, November). Measuring Consumers’ Emotional Response to Sustainability Labels by Utilizing Biofeedback Data. Oral presentation at the 2014 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, Charlotte, North Carolina.

 

Gam, H., & Banning, J. (2014, November). Student Learning Outcomes from a Sustainability Class Guest Speaker. Poster presentation at the 2014 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, Charlotte, North Carolina.

 

Yu, U, Gam, H., & Baker, R. (2014, November). Identifying Characteristics of the Tween Fashion Consumer Groups. Poster presentation at the 2014 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, Charlotte, North Carolina.

 

Gam, H., Ma, Y. & Banning, J. (2013, November). Who Read Socially Responsible Apparel Labels? Poster presentation at the 2013 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, New Orleans, LA.

 

Ma, Y., Gam, H., & Banning, J. (2013, November). Acceptance of Socially Responsible Label Model for Apparel Products: Application of the Technology Acceptance Model. Poster presentation at the 2013 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, New Orleans, LA.

* ESRAB (Educators for Socially Responsible Apparel Business) Award at the 2013 International Textile and Apparel Association Meeting

* Winner of the Paper of Distinction Award in the Sustainability Research Track at the 2013 International Textile and Apparel Association Meeting

 

Baker, R. & Gam, H., Banning, J., Reed, R., & An. S. (2013, November). Fashion Change Agent Qualities among Tweens. Oral presentation at the 2013 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, New Orleans, LA.

 

Raj, D., Ma, Y., Gam, H., & Banning, J. (2013, November). The Implementation of Lean Production and Environmental Sustainability Practices in the Indian Apparel Manufacturing Industry. Poster presentation at the 2013 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, New Orleans, LA.

 

Dyar, C., Fetsco, L., Gam, H., & Mam Y. (2013, February). Influence of Students’ Attitudes toward and Knowledge of Sustainability in Selection of On-Campus Student Housing. Oral presentation at the 2013 Annual meeting of the Interior Design Educators Council, Indianapolis, IN. 

 

Gam, H., & Ma, Y. & Kumphai, P. (2012, November). Consumers’ Perception of Socially Responsible Apparel Labeling. Poster presentation at the 2012 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, Honolulu, Hawaii.

 

Baker, R. & Gam, H., & An. S. (2012, November). Consumers’ Evaluations of CAD vs. Hand Fashion Illustration. Poster presentation at the 2012 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, Honolulu, Hawaii.

 

Banning, J. & Gam, H. (2012, November). Opportunities for Film in Teaching Fashion History. Oral presentation at the 2012Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, Honolulu, Hawaii.

 

Reed, E., Banning, J. & Gam, H. (2012, November). Reflections on a “Wardrobe Diet:” exploring sustainable wardrobes. Oral presentation at the 2012Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, Honolulu, Hawaii.

 

Gam, H. (2011, November). Expressive: Art and CAD in the Development of Fashion Illustration. Poster presentation at the 2011 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, Philadephia.PA.

 

Gam, H. & Banning, J. (2011, November). Exploring Sustainable Apparel Design Development with Problem-Based Learning. Oral presentation at the 2011 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, Philadephia.PA.

* Paper of Distinction Award at the 2011 International Textile and Apparel Association Meeting

 

Banning, J. & Gam, H. (2011, November). Team-Based Learning in a Fashion History Course. Oral presentation at the 2011 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, Philadephia.PA.

 

An, S., Gam, H. & Jung, H. (2011, November). Evaluating Thermal Comfort of Renewable Fibers for Baby Clothing. Oral presentation at the 2011 Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association, Philadephia.PA.

 

Gam, H. & Ma, Y. (2010, November). Educating Potential Eco-Apparel Consumers: Development of a Green-Clothing Label. ITAA Proceedings (Online publication: www.itaaonline.org). International Textile and Apparel Association.

 

Gam, H. (2009, November). Employment of Fashion Orientation, Shopping Orientation and Environmental Variables to Determine Consumers’ Purchase Intention of Environmentally Friendly Clothing. ITAA Proceedings (Online publication: www.itaaonline.org). International Textile and Apparel Association.

 

Lee, Y &, Gam, H. (2009, November). Motivating Students to Be More Creative: Using Visual Analysis of Costumes in Film as an Inspirational Source for Apparel Design Courses. ITAA Proceedings (Online publication: www.itaaonline.org). International Textile and Apparel Association.

 

Gam, H. (2008, November). Improving Visual Presentation of Creating Garments: Applying Fabric Collage Technique to the Design Class. ITAA Proceedings (Online publication: www.itaaonline.org). International Textile and Apparel Association.

 

Bennett, J., Helmkamp, C., & Gam, H., (2008, November). Exploring a Sustainable Apparel Design Method: Case Study of Creating a Man’s Jacket for Easy Disassembly. ITAA Proceedings (Online publication: www.itaaonline.org). International Textile and Apparel Association.

 

Rumsey, R.., Cao, H. & Gam, H., & Farr, C. (2008, November). The Design of Men’s Jacket for Material Recovery. ITAA Proceedings (Online publication: www.itaaonline.org). International Textile and Apparel Association.

 

Gam, H., Farr, C. A., & Cao, H. (2007, November). An investigation of Mother’s acceptance of children’s organic cotton clothing. ITAA Proceedings (Online publication: www.itaaonline.org). International Textile and Apparel Association.

 

Gam, H., Cao, H., Farr, C. A., Heine, L., & Hur, J. (2006, November). Development and implementation of C2CAD: A cradle to cradle apparel design and production model. ITAA Proceedings (Online publication: www.itaaonline.org). International Textile and Apparel Association.

 

Cao, H., Gam, H., Farr, C. A., Frey, L. V. (2006, November).  The effects of an environmental sustainability course on design and merchandising students’ environmental attitude, awareness and knowledge. ITAA Proceedings (Online publication: www.itaaonline.org). International Textile and Apparel Association.

 

Peksoz, S., Quevedo, V., Branson, D., Gam, H., & Ricord, D. (2006, November). Meeting an industry request: Developing a prototype firefighter bunker gear. ITAA Proceedings (Online publication: www.itaaonline.org). International Textile and Apparel Association.

 

Gam, H., Chung, S., & Farr, C.A. (2005, November). Impact of Bobos men’s lifestyle on their knitwear preference. ITAA Proceedings (Online publication: www.itaaonline.org). International Textile and Apparel Association.

 

Cao, H., Vogel, L. M., Gam, H., Farr, C. A., Nam, J., & Linder, R. S. (2005, November). Teaching environmental sustainability in design and merchandising curriculum. ITAA Proceedings (Online publication: www.itaaonline.org). International Textile and Apparel Association.

 

UNPUBLISHED REFEREED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Banning, J. & Gam, H. (2020, June). Artifact Analysis for Beginners: Removing a Barrier to Using University Historic Dress Collections. Presented at the 110th Annual Conference of the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences.

 

Gam, H. (2020, January). Wild Blue Flower: Practicing a Zero-Waste Design Approach. Virtual presentation at the 2020 International Conference on Clothing and Textiles’ Annual Meeting, Busan, Republic of Korea.

 

Banning, J. & Gam, H. (2012, June). Collaborative instruction to improve students’ learning in apparel design and history classes. Presented at the 102nd Annual Conference of the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences.

 

Reed, E., Banning, J. & Gam, H. (2012, June). Understanding the relationship between students’ learning styles and their learning expectation in the student coordinated fashion show. Presented at the 102nd Annual Conference of the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences.

 

Ma, Y. &, Gam, H. (2012, June).Collaborative learning among apparel merchandising, textiles, and design class students. Poster presentation at the 102nd Annual Conference of the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences.

 

Ma, Y., Gam, H., & Ciaccio, E. (2010, June). What Do Sustainable Practices in Apparel Products Mean to Consumers? Poster presentation at the 101th Annual conference of the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences, Cleveland, OH.

 

Cao, H., Farr, C. A., Frey, L. V., Gam, H., & Woods, A. B. (2006, June). Teaching sustainable design through a case study approach. Learning lab presented at the educational sessions at the 97th Annual conference of the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences, Charlotte, NC.

 

Cao, H., Vogel, L. M., Gam, H., & Farr, C. A. (2005, June). Teaching cradle to cradle design through a science-based case study approach. Poster session presented at the 2005 international conference of Interior Design Educators Council, Savannah, GA.

 

INVITED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS, POSTERS AND PUBLICATIONS

Gam, H. (2020).  Blue Flower Invited and virtually presented exhibition at the international Fashion and Art Biennial in in South Korea. The virtual show is available from clicking here

 

Banning, J., Reed, E., Johnson, T., & Gam, H. (January, 2013). Understanding Relationship between Students’ Learning Styles and Their Learning Expectation in a Student Coordinated Fashion Show, Poster presentation, the 13th Annual University-Wide Symposium on Teaching and Learning. 

 

Gam, H. & Banning, J. (January, 2011). Collaborative Teaching on Apparel Design through Historic Costume. Poster presentation, the 11th Annual University-Wide Symposium on Teaching and Learning. 

 

Banning, J. & Gam, H. (January, 2011). Overcoming Sustainable Apparel Design Challenges with Problem-Based Leaning: A Passion for Fashion Session, the 11th Annual University-Wide Symposium on Teaching and Learning. 

 

Gam, H. & Ma, Y. (March, 2010). What’s on the label: What your clothes tell you. The 20th Annual EYH Conference: Expanding Your Horizons through Math, Science, and Technology Conference, Illinois State University. 

 

Ma, Y. & Gam, H. (January, 2010). Student-centered learning in sustainable label development research.  Learning Together: Faculty-Student Research Partnerships session, the 10th Annual University-Wide Symposium on Teaching and Learning. 

 

Gam, H, Cao, H., Farr, C. A., &, Heine, L. (February, 2007) Cradle to Cradle Knitwear Production and Consumers’ Evaluation. Oral presentation at the 18th Annual Graduate Symposium, Oklahoma State University.

Gam, H, Cao, H., Farr, C. A., Heine, L. & Hur, J. (February, 2005). Development and Implementation of a Sustainable Apparel Design and Production Conceptual Framework. Oral presentation at the 16th Annual Graduate Symposium 2005, Oklahoma State University.

 

Kumphai, P., Nam, J., Hamlin, R., Gam, H., Kang, J., Kim, J., Starr, C., & Richards, L. (February, 2005). The Fashion Consciousness and Apparel Purchasing Behavior of Mature Female Consumers. Oral presentation at the 16th Annual Graduate Symposium 2005, Oklahoma State University.

 

Branson, D. H., Farr, C., Cao, H., Peksoz, S., Nam, J., & Gam, H. (September, 2004). Development of a personal cooling system for first responders: Garment component. Microclimate Cooling Conference: Personal Cooling -“A Hot Topic,” sponsored by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, U.S. Army Natick Soldier Center and Battelle Natick Operations. Natick, MA

 

TRADE PUBLICATIONS

Gam, H. & Jin, B. (2004, December). Success cases of US retailing: Pets-Mart. Biznet Times, 107, 50-51.

Gam, H. & Jin, B. (2004, October). Success cases of US retailing: Patagonia. Biznet Times, 99, 52-53.

Gam, H. & Jin, B. (2004, August). Success cases of US retailing: Container Store. Biznet Times, 93, 46-47.

Gam, H. & Jin, B. (2004, July). Success cases of US retailing: Toys ‘R’ Us. Biznet Times, 87, 46-47.    

Gam, H. & Jin, B. (2004, May). Success cases of US retailing: Home Depot. Biznet Times, 80, 60-61.

Gam, H. & Jin, B. (2004, April). Success cases of US retailing: Best Buy. Biznet Times, 73, 58-59. 

Gam, H. & Jin, B. (2004, March). Success cases of US retailing: Sonic. Biznet Times, 68, 62-64.

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION / STUDY ABROAD

Professional Neurofeedback Certificate Program by the Sterns Corporation – 4-day: 36 continuing education hours, Anaheim, CA – June 25-27, July 15, 2015

 

Professional Biofeedback Certificate Program by the Sterns Corporation – 5-day: 48 continuing education hours, Mill Valley, CA – December 6-10, 2014

 

Business Communication at University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada –   September to November, 2002

 

English Conversation in Concordia University, Montreal, Canada – April to September, 2002

 

Advanced Fashion Design Program, Fashion Institute of Kolon (FIK), Seoul, Korea – 2000-2001

 

Computer Aided Knitwear Programming in Stoll GmbH & Co, Reutlingen, Germany – September to November, 1998

 

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences (AAFCS), 2005-present

 

Costume Society of America (CSA), 2017-present

 

Fashion Group International of Chicago, 2007-2018

 

Fashion Group International of Dallas, 2018- present

 

International Textile and Apparel Association (ITAA), 2003-present

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE TO ORGANIZATIONS

Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal, 2012-present

 

  • Associate Editor for the apparel, textiles and merchandising area

    • 2017 to present

 

Clothing and Textile Research Journal, Editorial Board Member, 2019-present

 

Clothing and Textile Research Journal, Reviewer, 2012-present

International Textile and Apparel Association (ITAA)
 

  • Chair for the ITAA Sustainability and Social Responsibility track : responsible for coordinating and overseeing the review process for both research and teaching submissions.

  • 2013 to 2018

  • Chair for the ITAA Educators for Socially Responsible Apparel Business (ESRAB) award committee : responsible for coordinating and overseeing the review process for both research and teaching submissions.

  • 2013 to 2016

  • Reviewer for the  ITAA sustainability abstracts

    • 2010 – present

  • Reviewer for the ITAA student best paper competition

    • 2010 to 2013

  • Juror for the ITAA undergraduate/ graduate design submissions

    •  2010

  • Reviewer for the ITAA Aesthetics/Design/Product Development abstracts

    • 2010 to 2013

  • Reviewer for the  ITAA pedagogy abstracts

    • 2011 to 2013

  • Session Presider for the Annual ITAA conference, Schaumburg, IL, 2008 

 

Costume Society of America, 2017-present

  • Reviewer for National Symposium abstracts

 

Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management Reviewer, 2009-present

 

Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 2012-present

 

Sage publication, 2012-present

 

Journal of Environmental Management, 2012-present

 

International Journal of Retail and Distribution Management, 2013-present

 

International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research, 2011-present

 

Textiles and Clothing Sustainability, 2014-present

 

International Journal of Fashion Design, Technology and Education, 2015-present

 

Fairchild Publication, Textbook reviewer, 2013-present

 

SERVICE – PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

External reviewer for the Central Michigan University Early Career Investigator grant program, 2011-2012

 

External reviewer for tenure and promotion

  • 2018: University of Wyoming

  • 2017: Cornell University

  • 2015: Missouri State University

  • 2014: University of Alabama

SERVICE – PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Guest Speaker for Graduate Level Course: AMD 565 Sustainability-Theory & Practical Application, Iowa State University, 2018

 

Technology Used in Apparel and Textile Designs, State Farm Millennium Girls Conference, held on October 8, 2016 in Bloomington, IL.

 

Technology Used in Apparel and Textile Designs, State Farm Millennium Girls Conference, held on October 3, 2015 in Bloomington, IL.

 

Technology Used in Apparel and Textile Designs, State Farm Millennium Girls Conference, held on October 4, 2014 in Bloomington, IL.

 

Technology Used in Apparel and Textile Designs, State Farm Millennium Girls Conference, held on October 3, 2013 in Bloomington, IL.

 

Panelist for Writing for Publication workshop, sponsored by the Center for Mathematics, Science, and Technology, held on April 16, 2010, Illinois State University, Normal, IL.

 

Technology Used in Apparel and Textile Designs, State Farm Millennium Girls Conference, held on October 3, 2009 in Bloomington, IL.

 

Technology Used in Fashion Designs, State Farm Millennium Girls Conference, held on October 4, 2008 in Bloomington, IL.

 

From Point to Point: Introduction to Fashion Illustration Drawing: A guest speaker for the Apparel Merchandising and Design Club Meeting, held on November 2007, Illinois State University, Normal, IL.

 

AutoCAD and Adobe programs used in Apparel Merchandising and Design, State Farm Millennium Girls Conference, held on October 13, 2007 in Bloomington, IL.

 

SERVICE – POSITIONS

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS

UNT Faculty Senate Committee, Academic Affairs Committee as the Group I representative, 2019-present

 

UNT Faculty Senate Committee, Teaching Fellows/Teaching Assistants Committee as the Group I representative, 2019-present

 

Department Faculty Search Committee Chair, Fashion design program faculty position, 2020

 

Studio Art Department Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure (RPT) Committee Member, 2019-2020

 

CVAD Faculty Search Committee Member, Photography and new media faculty position, 2019

 

Design Department Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure (RPT) Committee Member, 2018 – present  

 

College Representative for the University Writing Committee, 2018 – present

 

Main Editor for Fashion Design Program Self Study Report, 2018

 

ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY

Department Faculty Status Committee Member, Department of Family & Consumer Sciences, 2017-2018

 

Department Faculty Search Committee Chair, Academic Advisor Position, 2015

 

Department Graduate Program Coordinator, Department of Family & Consumer Sciences, 2014-2018

 

College Curriculum Committee Member, College of Applied Science & Technology, 2014-2017

 

Department Graduate Curriculum Committee, Department of Family & Consumer Sciences, 2014-2018

 

Department Faculty Search Committee Chair, Food Nutrition and Dietetics Position, 2013

 

Department Faculty Search Committee, Teacher Education Position, 2012

 

College Research Committee Member, College of Applied Science & Technology, 2011-2018

 

Department Curriculum Committee, Department of Family & Consumer Sciences, 2011-2013

 

Department Faculty Search Committee, Interior & Environment Design Position, 2011

 

Faculty Supervisor for the Apparel Merchandising and Design Association (AMDA) student organization,  2011-2018

 

Department Faculty Status Committee Member, Department of Family & Consumer Sciences, 2010-2012

 

Resource Allocation Policy Committee Member, Department of Family & Consumer Sciences, 2008-2011

 

OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY

Activity Chairperson for Graduate Students of Human Environmental Sciences (GHES), 2005-2006

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  • The Gerber Technology Training - Digital Solutions with the 5 day training series covering AccuMark and YuniquePLM, Dallas, TX – August 5-9, 2019

  • Knitwear  workshop: Basics of Knitting & Knit Technology, Kent State University Fashion School,  Cleveland, OH – June 2-7, 2019

  • New Configurations in Fashion: Innovative Forms Meet Engineered Textile Printing Workshop, Ames,  IA – June 15-21, 2017

  • Roundtable for Apparel and Textiles Higher Education: Nurturing Advancement of  Sustainability, USDA NIFA Higher Education Challenge Grants Program, March 24-25, 2014

  • Workshop for Sustainability in Global Supply Chain, University of Missouri, June 2-3, 2013

  • Getting Started in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) workshop, ISU, January 2013

  • Empowering Students Through Web 2.0, ISU CTLT, July 20, 2011

  • Cayuse training session, ISU Research & Sponsored Programs, September 14, 2010

  • Instructional Strategies: Service Learning for Community Engaged Classrooms, ISU CTLT, July 1, 2010

  • Instructional Strategies: Universal Design for Learning, May 13, 2010

  • Teaching with Primary Sources, ISU CTLT, May 12, 2010

  • Instructional Strategies: Designing personal & professional website, ISU CTLT, June 10, 2009

  • Instructional Strategies: Blended and online course design, ISU CTLT, June 1& 2, 2009

  • Teaching Portfolio Circles, ISU CTLT, May 20 & June 3, & 17, 2009

  • Visual Retailing software training, FCS, Turner, September 24-25, 2008

  • Second Life workshop, FCS, Turner hall, May 12-13, 2008

  • Writing for publication, ISU Research and Sponsored Programs, March 2008

  • IDEA Training and Development, CAST, Turner, fall 2007

 

SOFTWARE PROFICIENCY

  • Adobe Photoshop: Highly proficient

  • Adobe Illustrator: Highly proficient

  • Adobe InDesign: Highly proficient

  • Adobe Dreamweaver: Working knowledge

  • AutoCAD: Highly proficient

  • Visual Retailing: Highly proficient

  • Windows Movie Maker: Highly proficient

  • Microsoft Office FrontPage: Working knowledge

  • Microsoft Office Excel: Highly proficient

  • Microsoft Office PowerPoint: Highly proficient

  • Gerber Technologies: Working knowledge

  • Human Solutions Body Scanner: Working knowledge

  • Digital Clothing Suite: Highly proficient

  • Stoll Knitting Software: Working knowledge

  • SPSS for Windows: Highly proficient

  • Nexus/BioTrace Biofeedback/ Neurofeedback Software: Working knowledge

 

STUDY TOURS

Led students for travel study San Francisco, Ventura, Los Angeles, May 19-29, 2014

 

Led students for travel study in England, France and Italy, May 18-27, 2013

 

Led students for travel study in France and Spain, May 18-27, 2011

 

Led students for travel study Los Angeles, May 25-June 2, 2010

 

Led students for travel study New York City, May 13-17, 2009

 

Led students for travel study in England, Paris, and Florence, May 14-28, 2008

 

Study Tour in New York City to observe apparel companies, October 5-10, 2006

 

Study Tour in Mexico, visiting Merida and Oaxaca to observe major apparel manufacturers and cottage industry operations – March 9-18, 2006

 

GRADUATE STUDENT ADVISEMENT

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS

M.S. Committee Member, Elizabeth Phan (Major: Fashion Merchandising, Graduated in December 2020)

  • Tentative Title of Thesis: The Acceptance and Usage Intention of Menstrual Underwear

 

ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY

M.S. Committee Member, Amy Illovsky (Major: Food Nutrition & Dietetics, Graduated in August 2019)

  • Tentative Title of Thesis: Exploring the Prevalence of Food Insecurity on Campus

 

M.S. Committee Member, Kaitlyn Kavan (Major: Food Nutrition & Dietetics, Graduated in December 2018)

  • Tentative Title of Thesis: Discovering Parents’ Perspectives on Summer Good Service Program

 

M.S. Committee Member, Najah Alsaffaf (Major: Interior and Environmental Design, Graduated in December 2014)

  • Title of Thesis: Operating an Interior Design Firm in Saudi Arabia: Opportunities and Challenges for Professional Female Employees

                                                      

M.S. Committee Member, Jeanne Arbuckle (Major: Food Nutrition & Dietetics, Graduated in December 2014)

  • Title of Thesis: Can a Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program Increases Fruit and Vegetable Consumption?

 

M.S. Committee Member, Colleen Gannon (Major: Human Development/ Family Resources, Graduated in December 2014)

  • Title of Thesis: The Effects of Community Support on Posttraumatic Growth Outcomes for Parents of Children with Chronic Illness

 

M.S. Committee Chair, Renee Baker (Major: Apparel Merchandising & Design, Graduated in May 2013)

  • Title of Thesis: Assessment of the children’s wear market in the fashion industry

 

M.S. Committee Member, Kelsey Ahlers (Major: Food Nutrition & Dietetics, Graduated in May 2013)

  • Title of Thesis: Family Meals: Barriers Parents Perceive For Providing Healthy Meals to Elementary-Aged Children

 

M.S. Committee Member, Angela Vale (Major: Food Nutrition & Dietetics, Graduated in May 2013)

  • Title of Thesis: Incorporating vegetables into main dish entrées for elementary school aged children

 

M.S. Committee Member, Deepika Raj (Major: Apparel Merchandising & Design, Graduated in May 2013)

  • Title of Thesis: Environmental sustainability of lean practices in Indian apparel manufacturing industry

 

M.S. Committee Member, Laura Festco (Major: Interior and Environmental Design, Graduated in August 2012)

  • Title of Thesis: Influence of students' attitudes towards and knowledge of sustainability in selection of on-campus student housing

 

M.S. Committee Member, Sarah O’Neal (Major: Human Development/ Family Resources, Graduated May 2012)

  • Title of Thesis: Posttraumatic growth and family functions: recalling serious childhood illness, injury or disability

 

M.S. Committee Co-chair, Kathy Clark (Major: Food Nutrition & Dietetics, Graduated in May 2012)

  • Title of Thesis: Self-Assessment of Perceived Cultural Competency among Dietetic Intern

 

M.S. Committee Member, Michela Flyer (Major: Food Nutrition & Dietetics, Graduated in May 2012)

  • Title of Thesis: Attitudes Towards Eating, Body & Diet Intake

 

M.S. Committee Member, Kara Witz (Major: Food Nutrition & Dietetics, Graduated in May 2011)

  • Title of Thesis: College students’ relationship status and motivation to engage in health enhancing behaviors

 

M.S. Committee Member, Emily Moore (Major: Food Nutrition & Dietetics, Graduated in May 2009)

  • Title of Thesis: College students’ gender, trust, and health beliefs: Do they influence the use of nutrition labels

 

ADVISING STUDENT DESIGN WORKS

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS

International Textile and Apparel Association Design Exhibition, 2020

  • Suzanna Tanksley

    • A Modern Farthingale : Accepted

 

American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences Juried Showcase, 2020

  • Jenna Critchlow

    • Striped : Accepted

 

International Textile and Apparel Association Design Exhibition, 2019

  • Sara Cho

    • Striped Cuirass : Accepted

  • Jenna Critchlow

  • Jonathan Mabra

  • Yasmin Nasserzadeh

  • Mayra Yanez

    • Retro-spection: Accepted

    • Resurrection: Accepted & Awarded the Blanche Payne Scholarship Award ($1000) and the Claire Schaeffer Award for Outstanding Marketable Design

 

ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY

International Textile and Apparel Association Design Exhibition, 2016

  • Divya Desai

  •  ind!soul: HOLI at THE TAJ!

 

International Textile and Apparel Association Design Exhibition, 2014

  • Stephanie Brannam

    • Destruction from the Frames : Accepted

 

International Textile and Apparel Association Design Exhibition, 2012

  • Renee Baker

    • Bold Bella: Accepted

    • Origami Breeze: Accepted & awarded Best Hawaiian Inspired Design

                                                                    

American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences Juried Showcase, 2012

  • Renee Baker

    • Wild at heart : Accepted

    • Heart String : Accepted

 

Gamma Phi Circus Costume Design Contest, January 2012

  • Elizabeth Bartlett

    • 1st  Place Winner

 

International Textile and Apparel Association Design Exhibition, 2011

  • Bekah Dwyer

  • Renee Baker

    • Heart to Heart: Accepted

 

American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences Design Exhibition, 2011

  • Emily Parks

    • Smocking dress: The first place winner in undergraduate division

Threads Magazine, January 2011

  • Emily Parks

    • Jeweled smocking dress: 2nd Place Senior Winner

 

International Textile and Apparel Association Design Exhibition, 2010

  • Bekah Dwyer

  • Stephanie Britt

  • Emalee Grambo

  • Emily Parks

  • Rachelle Bearth

    • Wrapped dress: Accepted

 

C2C®/CITDA 2010 design competition by the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC)

  • Design Theme: Summer Bling!

    • Emily Parks

      • Tide Me Over: The second place winner

    • Maria Poust

      • Beachwear Indulgence: One of five finalists

    • Julia George

 

International Textile and Apparel Association Design Exhibition, 2009

  • Allison Richmond

  • Bridget Adamik

  • Caroline Helmkamp

    • Golden and Black Evening Twist: Accepted

  • Jillian Ganschow

  • Julia George

  • Kaylee Buss

    • Rugged Elegance : Accepted

  • Kaylee Buss

    • Woven Railroad: Accepted

  • Mary Pecoraro

  • Sara Hunt-Bollhorst

    • Darling Doily : Accepted & awarded Paris American Academy Award

 

The 2009 Alpaca Owners and Breeders Association (AOBA) Fiber to Fashion Student Design Competition.

  • Shannon Beck

  • Emily Parks

  • Katelyn Sides

 

C2C®/CITDA 2009 design competition by the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC)

  • Design Theme: Color Concepts

    • Allison Richmond

    • Amy Walden

    • Katelyn Sides

    • Caroline Helmkamp

    • Jillian Ganschow

    • Shannon Beck

    • Manasa Daudu

    • Julia George

    • Emily Parks

 

International Textile and Apparel Association Design Exhibition, 2008

  • Theresa Jaegle

    • Green Petal Blossom: Accepted & awarded PatternWorks International Award for Best Solution to a Patternmaking Problem

    • Bold Bright Sparkle

    • Bronze Gown

  • Melina Montague

    • Coke Dress: Accepted

    • A Dancing Queen

  • Kristen Fank

    • What a Night

    • Fairy Princess

  • Jaclyn Bennett

    • Gray Stone River

 

C2C®/CITDA 2008 design competition by the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC)

  • Design Theme: Green day every day

    • Laurent Waterman (Recycle with love): One of five finalists

    • Katelyn Sides (Of the earth)

    • Jessica Devore ( Recycle and protect)

    • Kirstin Bergerud (Green feet)

    • Allison Richmond (O.Clo)

 

INDEPENDENT STUDY WITH GRADUATE STUDENTS

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXAS

Fall 2020 - Deborah Fuller, Healthcare Fabrics with COVID

Fall 2019 - Soojin Risen, Design Research Development

 

ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY

 

Fall 2017- Lauren Barker, Zero waste design application in the fashion industry

 

Fall 2014 - Bridella Frenzel, Preparation for teaching fashion design courses

 

Summer 2012 - Renee Baker , Research Project: Identifying effectiveness of fashion illustrations

Spring 2012 - Renee Baker , Application of Design Theory &  Creative Design Development

INDEPENDENT STUDY WITH UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY

 

Summer 2013 - Jessica Lottinville, Merchandising portfolio development

 

Fall 2010 - Emily Parks , Tailoring & Textile Embellishments 

 

Spring 2010 - Rachelle Bearth , Clothing Design Development for People In  Wheelchairs(Honors)

Summer 2009 - Megan Dunn, & Jeanette Polanin , NYC Study Tour

Spring 2009 - Jennifer Harmon, Alisha Ray, & Lindsey Whisenhunt , Development of the Flat Pattern Design

               

Fall 2008

 

  • Kirstin Bergerd, Development of a Green Label for Green Clothing

 

Summer 2008

 

  • Katelyn Sides, Collection Development for Kids Wear

 

Spring 2008

 

  • Jaclyn Bennett, Advanced Draping Technique

HONORS PROJECT WITH UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY

 

Fall 2013

 

 

 

  • Joanna Dirienzo, Advanced CAD for apparel design

  • Lauren Drury, Advanced CAD for apparel design

 

Fall 2012

 

Spring 2012

 

 

  • Joanna Dirienzo, Advanced flat pattern design

 

  • Lauren Sims, Sustainability development in the interior design industry

 

Spring 2011

 

Fall 2009

 

 

  • Shannon Beck, Collection Development for Contemporary Women

 

  • Rachelle Bearth , Creating designs for design competition submission

 

Spring 2009

 

  • Jillian Ganschow, Creating designs for design competition submission (submitted designs for the International Textile & Apparel Association)

 

 

 

Fall 2008

 

  • Shannon Beck, Collection Development for Contemporary Women (submitted designs for the 6th Annual Alpaca Owners and Breeders Association Fiber to Fashion Student Design Competition)

  • Christina Poust, Creating Fashion Illustrations

 

 

 

Spring 2008

 

  • Jillian Ganschow, Collection Development for Young Adult Women

  • Kristen Fank, Collection Development for Bridal Dress