27 Apr 2010    

TCD Students and Faculty Attend Annual Dallas Career Day

TCD students at Dallas Career Day, from left: Caitlin Ratzlaff, Ambriana Mckissick, Jaclyn Geist, Bridgett O’Leary, Amanda Hodson, Staney Rostad, and Molly Wheeler; right photo: view of vendor space at World Market Center

On April 9th, 7 TCD students attended Dallas Career Day at the World Market Center in Dallas, Texas.  They were led by Senior Lecturer Carol Easley and Assistant Professor Dr. Harriet McLeod. The annual event is hosted by The Fashion Group International and presented by Paris American Academy and Brighton.  The event featured many guest speakers and seminars. Among these was Shirin Askari from Season 6 of Project Runway , and the keynote speaker, fashion designer and Texas native Jodi Arnold.  Jodi has had great success in the fashion industry and just recently collaborated on a line with The Limited.  She shared lots of great tips with students on how to achieve success in the field.  

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26 Apr 2010    

Biennial Student Runway Show Attracts Record Number of Viewers

A record audience of over 550 was on hand at the Centennial Ballroom on Friday evening April 23 for TCD's sixth biennial runway show. Two dozen graduate and undergraduate designers showed over 120  garments during the 90 minute event. Support from TCD Merchandising and Communications majors was complemented by additional support from family and friends, including D. J. Ben Kreimer and Photographer Stan Jones. Hair and makeup styling were provided by Iasan & Sebastian Studio Salon.

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26 Apr 2010    

TCD Faculty and Staff Receive College Awards

Dean Marjorie Kostelnik with IQSC&M Curator of Collections Carolyn Ducey

TCD was well represented in this year's annual CEHS Faculty and Staff Awards event, held on Friday April 16 at Nebraska Union. Dean Marjorie Kostelnik presented the CEHS Staff Award for meritorious service to the Curator of Collections of the International Quilt Study Center & Museum, Carolyn Ducey. Carolyn has been involved with the IQSC&M since its inception, and has worked tirelessly to grow and to exhibit the Center's collections, the largest public collection of quilts in the world. She was cited for her upbeat, positive outlook, her good humor and her commitment to developing and maintaining the highest professional standards for the IQSC&M.

Dr. Barbara Trout received the CEHS Faculty Student Mentoring Award. View TCD Faculty and Staff Receive College Awards Article

14 Apr 2010    

French artist William Wilson visits UNL for Hillestad Gallery exhibition

From April 5 through 30, the Robert Hillestad Textiles Gallery in the Department of Textiles, Clothing & Design at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln hosted the exhibition “The Black Ocean: Europe - Africa - America” featuring appliquéd banner narratives documenting the complicated history of the infamous “triangle trade,” created by French artist William Wilson. The Paris-based multi-media artist was on campus from April 7 through 15, giving talks and offering exhibition walk-throughs with student, faculty and public groups including Lincoln Public School students.

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14 Apr 2010    

TCD designers showcase work in the Sheldon Art Museum's Great Hall

Garment by Sara Harper modeled by Stephanie Luna

On Tuesday April 6, TCD design students presented a collection of inspired designs as a preview to the upcoming biennial runway show, and as part of the Sheldon Art Museum's spring semester "College Night." About 150 viewers settled into the Sheldon space as models dominated the central staircase. Using that passage to introduce each garment, models moved elegantly through the space to provide their audience with dramatic views of the fashions created in TCD studios. 

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06 Apr 2010    

TCD study tour participants meet NPR's Rob Gifford

NPR's Rob Gifford (standing, 4th from left) with participants in TCD's

Global Gateways China Study Tour taking place in May. Photo: Gregory Nathan

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05 Apr 2010    

Vitevitch to speak at Barkley Memorial Center April 13

Michael Vitevitch, University of Kansas, will speak at Barkley Memorial Center April 13.  The presentation is scheduled for 12:00 P.M. and will be held in 313 Barkley Memorial Center.

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05 Apr 2010    

Vitevitch to speak at Barkley Memorial Center April 13

Michael Vitevitch, University of Kansas, will speak at Barkley Memorial Center April 13.  The presentation is scheduled for 12:00 P.M. and will be held in 313 Barkley Memorial Center.

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05 Apr 2010    

Carolyn Denton, Monday, April 12: Scaling Up Effective Reading Interventions

Carolyn Denton, leading researcher in reading disability remediation, will visit UNL April 12. Her presentation entitled, "Using Student-Focused Coaching to Support the Process of Scaling Up Effective Reading Interventions in Rural, Suburban, and Urban Schools," is free and open to the public.

Denton is Associate Professor in the Children's Learning Institute, Department of Pediatrics, at the University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston. Her research focuses on reading intervention, Response to Intervention (RTI) models, and coaching as a form of professional development.


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05 Apr 2010    

"Black Ocean" exhibition: Applique narratives by William Wilson

From April 5 through 30, 2010, the Robert Hillestad Textiles Gallery in the Department of Textiles, Clothing & Design at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will host the exhibition “The Black Ocean: Europe - Africa - America” featuring appliquéd banner narratives documenting the complicated history of the infamous “triangle trade,” created by French artist William Wilson.

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