SOI Students Receive Oswald Research & Creativity Award

Two School of Interiors students were selected as the first and second place recipients of the Oswald Research and Creativity Award in the category of Design.

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What’s Next? 2018 | School of Interiors

The School of Interiors presents What’s Next?, an evening that engages regional professionals in student portfolio reviews, followed by a panel discussion on pathways to the profession.

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SOI Students Attend NeoCon 2018

School of Interiors Lecturer Chris Birkentall traveled to Chicago with 12 students to attend NeoCon during its annual conference June 11-13, 2018.

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School of Interiors students will present their work at the Undergraduate Research showcase Wednesday, April 25 from 1-6 p.m.

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New Research Published by SOI Professors

Congratulations to Assistant Professor Lindsey Fay and Professor Allison Carll-White on their recently published research.

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SOI Faculty Honored at 2018 IDEC Conference

At the recent 2018 Annual Interior Design Educators Council (IDEC) Conference in Boston, faculty members from the School of Interiors were honored with multiple awards.

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SOI Students Redesign Hemp Factory

Working in teams of two, 2nd-year SOI students in Professor Christine Mobley's class worked with a developer and the North Limestone CDC to redesign one level of a former hemp factory on Limestone. Here is one team's take on the project.

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SOI Director Patrick Lee Lucas Now a BALA Fellow

Patrick Lee Lucas, Director of the School of Interiors, now a BALA Fellow.

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School of Interiors Wins National Award

The School of Interiors in the College of Design was recently honored with the IDEC Teaching Excellence Award.

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School of Interiors Student Marissa Wilson Wins 1st Place in Entrepreneur’s Bootcamp

Interiors graduate student Marissa Wilson and finance and accounting December graduate Omer Tariq won the University of Kentucky Venture Challenge.

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Design Activism in Brazil

Rebekah Radtke, assistant professor of interiors, was recently published in Public, a Journal of Imagining America, for her work on community engagement through international experiences. Public is a peer-reviewed, multimedia e-journal focused on humanities, arts and design in public life. Congratulations to Rebekah!

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