Michael Burton, assistant professor of practice in the Department of Textiles, Merchandising, and Fashion Design and his partners William Thomas, professor of history and Kwakiutl Dreher, associate professor of English and ethnic studies are making a new historical film.
Bingnan Mu, TMFD Ph.D. graduate student currently working under the supervision of Dr. Yiqi Yang, has received a John and Louis Skala Fellowship. This award is made in recognition of outstanding performance as a graduate student. The Skala fellowship is granted annually to full-time graduate students in the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources engaged in research for new uses of agricultural products. Congratulations Bingnan Mu!
One of the values CEHS espouses is dedication to excellence. Another is valuing community. On April 12 CEHS faculty/staff gathered at the Sheldon Museum of Art to salute this year's faculty, staff, and student award recipients in CEHS. Each one is an example of excellence in teaching, research, creative work, engagement, mentoring as well as dedication to supporting the CEHS mission.
Staff Award Jim Benes-SSC Ben Lennander-CEHS Business Team
Outstanding Teaching Award Jennifer Johnson Jorgensen-TMFD Deryl Hatch-EDAD Natalie Williams-CYAF
Dr. Jennifer Jorgensen, Assistant Professor in the department of Textiles Merchandising & Fashion Design has been selected as one of three recipients of the 2019 College of Education and Human Sciences Outstanding Teaching Award. The committee was impressed with her contributions and excellence in teaching. These are already very well known to us in the department, and it’s great to have Jennybeth’s contributions acknowledged by the College.
The Department of Textiles, Merchandising & Fashion Design is hosting “Crafting Culture: Women and the Business of Textiles in Nebraska,” an exhibition at the Nebraska History Museum, in partnership with the museum and the Asian Community and Cultural Center.
As part of her final master's degree project in Textiles, Merchandising & Fashion Design, College of Education and Human Sciences, Stephanie Pitcher used body scanning and 3-D printer technology to create avatars of real women.
For as long as she’s loved video games, one question has nagged at Stephanie Pitcher — why, in an industry where nearly half of all players are women, are female avatars not more representative and diverse? Her project can be seen on the second floor of the Home Economics building until Feb. 1, 2019. Check out the full article in Nebraska Today!
Md. Rashaduzzaman, Ph.D. Student in Textiles, Merchandising & Fashion Design received two awards from the International Textile and Apparel Association (ITAA) on November 9, 2018 at ITAA's annual conference in Cleveland, Ohio. The two awards are "The Lois Dickey Fellowship: Outstanding Continuing Doctoral Student Award 2018" ($1,000 stipend) and "The Sara Douglas Fellowship for Professional Promise: Doctoral Student Award 2018" ($500 stipend).