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College of Design 2011 honors and awards recipients

The College of Design’s 2011 honors and awards recipients were announced during a reception in the Rapson Hall Courtyard on April 29, 2011.

  • James Boyd Brent, Outstanding Teaching Award
  • Ozayr Saloojee, Outstanding Teaching Award
  • Lucy Dunne, Outstanding Research Award
  • John Comazzi, Outstanding Outreach Award
  • Cheryl Johnson, Outstanding Civil Service/Bargaining Unit Award
  • Martha McDonell, Outstanding P&A Award
  • Jodene Riha, Outstanding Graduate Student Award
  • Marisa Fredrickson, Outstanding Undergraduate Student Award

Student Design and Scholarship Excellence Awards:

  • Kathryn Sterner, Apparel Design Undergraduate Individual
  • Gozde Goncu, Apparel Studies Graduate Individual
  • Kirk Mazzeo, Architecture Graduate Individual
  • Jodene Riha, Housing Studies Graduate Individual
  • Mackenzie Lucca, Housing Studies Undergraduate Individual
  • Jonathan Blaseg, Landscape Architecture Graduate Individual
  • Michael Dorfman, Landscape Architecture Undergraduate Individual
  • Holly Halter, Retail Merchandising Undergraduate Individual

Apparel Design Undergraduate Team

  • Silvia Guttman
  • Elizabeth Hillmann

Apparel Studies Graduate Team

  • Kristy Janigo
  • Jung Mee Mun

Housing Studies undergraduate team

  • Sandra Arciniega
  • Bryan Bengtson
  • Megan Brown
  • Kelly Cooper
  • Sean Doheny
  • Leah Hathaway
  • Thorn Houth
  • Alexander Jasko
  • Brita Johnson
  • Brittney Just
  • Aaron Keniski
  • Maria Kennedy
  • Katelyn Kircher
  • Kate Kilp
  • Katie Knoblauch
  • Jesse Lamaack
  • Paul Lange
  • Mackenzie Lucca
  • Rodney Matthews
  • Beatrice McLeester
  • Colin Nelson
  • Caroline Noble
  • Mary Pattison
  • Andrew Pelke
  • Kevin Reza
  • Emily Richardson
  • Molly Rudolph
  • Rachel Simmons
  • Nelima Sitati
  • Krista Skoglund
  • Oak Sopiwnik
  • Jun Tang
  • Andrew Thiel
  • Dean Tran
  • Charles Young

Interior Design Undergraduate Team

  • Jason Askew
  • Timara Harney
  • Minji Kye
  • Lindsay Matenaer

Retail Merchandising Undergraduate Team

  • Alexandra Albers
  • Breanne Ament
  • Kim Perla
  • Tera Peterson
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Monday Minute, May 2, 2011

Dear Colleagues,

For those who could not attend our college honors and awards breakfast on Friday, I wanted to list the names of the incredible group of faculty, staff, and students who we recognized at the event. Let me first thank the honors and awards committee – Jessica Barness, committee chair Jeff Crump, John Koepke, Kate Maple, Julia Robinson, Thomas Schenk, Sarah Schiesser, and Julieann Swanson – for their work in evaluating the 74 nominations. The college has an over-abundance of talented people, which gave the committee a nice challenge.

Here are the award winners:

  • Outstanding Teaching Award: James Boyd Brent, Graphic Design program; Ozayr Saloojee, School of Architecture
  • Outstanding Research Award: Lucy Dunne, Apparel Design program
  • Outstanding Outreach Award: John Comazzi, School of Architecture
  • Outstanding Civil Service / Bargaining Unit Award: Cheryl Johnson, Executive Office and Administrative Specialist in Design, Housing, and Apparel
  • Outstanding P&A Award: Martha McDonell, Assistant to the Head in the School of Architecture
  • Outstanding Graduate Student Award: Jodene Riha, degree candidate in the Housing Studies track of the Design Ph.D.
  • Outstanding Undergraduate Student Award: Marisa Fredrickson, degree candidate in the Bachelor of Science in Architecture program

We also had 55 students win departmental awards, a list too long to include here.

Members of the college community have also won university and professional awards recently. Kristine Miller in the Department of Landscape Architecture received a Council of Graduate Students Outstanding Faculty Award this past week. And Ronald W. Haase (BArch, 1961) and Rodney K. Henmi (BArch, 1974) will become fellows in the American Institute of Architects at its national convention in New Orleans next week.

The quality of this year’s honorees indicates the extraordinary work that our faculty, staff, students, and alumni do everyday. And while we cannot honor everyone in a given year, we are all honored – and fortunate – to work with so many gifted people.

Tom

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2011 AIA fellows and national convention reception

The American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) 2011 Jury of Fellows has named Ronald W. Haase, FAIA (BArch, 1961), AIA Gainsville, and Rodney K. Henmi, FAIA (BArch, 1974), AIA San Francisco, as fellows for making significant contributions to the profession. The new fellows will be formally inducted at the AIA National Convention in New Orleans, May 12-14, 2011. The following 2011 AIA National Award winners will also be recognized at the event:

  • 2011 AIA Associates Award

    Tu-Anh Bui (BA Arch, 2001; MArch, 2006), Assoc. AIA

  • 2011 AIA Institute Honor for Young Architects

    Steven Dwyer (MArch, 2003), HGA

  • Jennifer Yoos (BArch, 1995) served as a juror for the 2011 AIA National Honor awards.

The College of Design is co-hosting a reception with AIA-Minnesota during the convention to celebrate these award winners as well as two AIA-Minnesota members named AIA fellows, Lawrence Gleason, FAIA, and Charles D. Liddy, Jr., FAIA. Dean Tom Fisher and AIA Minnesota President Steve Fiskum (BArch, 1973), AIA, will host the Minnesota reception on May 12, 2011 at The Hilton Riverside – Rosedown Room from 6:00-7:30 p.m.

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Miller receives Outstanding Faculty Award from Council of Graduate Students

The University of Minnesota’s Council of Graduate Students (COGS) has recognized Kristine Miller (Landscape Architecture) with a 2011 Outstanding Faculty Award. The award recognizes up to 12 faculty members each year for their exceptional contributions to graduate education. The 2011 COGS awards ceremony will be held on April 25, 2011.

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Guttmann receives 2nd place and People's Choice Award at Project Outdoor Retailer

Silvia Guttmann (Apparel Design) was awarded second place and the People’s Choice Award at Project Outdoor Retailer, a design competition that celebrates the functionality, originality and design of outdoor recreation clothing.

Guttmann’s design, selected by OR attendees from six student designs, met the specifications outlined in the design brief for a functional women’s ice climbing pant while still providing a fashionable, attractive garment for consumers.

Outdoor Industry Association News Release: “Silvia Guttmann Voted Winner of Project OR’s People’s Choice Award at Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2011

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Graduate students, alumni, faculy receive 2010 ITAA awards for research

The International Textile and Apparel Association (ITAA) made several awards for outstanding research papers to College of Design graduate students, alumni, and faculty at its annual meeting last month.

  • Jung Mee Mum (PhD candidate), Kristy Janigo (MS candidate), and Kim Johnson (Retail Merchandising) for their paper “Tatoo and Self” in the social psychology category
  • Hye-Young Kim (Retail Merchandising), Ji Young Lee (PhD candidate), Dooyoung Choi, (MS candidate) Juanjuan Wu and Kim Johnson (both Retail Merchandising)for their research on “Perceived Benefits of Retail Loyalty Programs: Their effects on program loyalty and customer loyalty” in the merchandising category
  • Juanjuan Wu (Retail Merchandising), HaeWon Ju (PhD candidate), Jieun Kim (PhD candidate), Cara Damminga (MS candidate), Hye-Young Kim, and Kim Johnson (both Retail Merchandising) for their research on “Fashion product display dominant by color, visual texture, and style coordination: An experiment with mock shop” in the visual merchandising category
  • Minjeong Kang (MS Retail Merchandising, 2006; PhD Retail Merchandising, 2009) and Kim Johnson (Retail Merchandising) for their research on “Retail therapy: Scale development” in the consumer behavior track
  • Sharron Lennon, JaeHa Lee (BS Retail Merchandising, 2004; MS Retail Merchandising, 2006; PhD Retail Merchandising, 2008), Minjeong Kim, and Kim Johnson (Retail Merchandising) received Educators for Socially Responsible Apparel Business research award for outstanding research addressing social responsibility and sustainability issues for their research “Consumer Misbehavior on Black Friday: Individual and situational antecedents”
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Conway+Schulte Architect's project short listed in 2010 American Architecture Awards

The MacArthur Park District Master Plan, a project of William Conway‘s (Architecture) firm, Conway+Schulte Architects, has been short listed in the 2010 American Architecture Awards. The Chicago Athenaeum‘s awards program honors and celebrates the most outstanding new achievements and innovation for new architecture designed and built in the United States.

The MacArthur Park District Master Plan describes a vision of Macarthur Park, the oldest municipal park in Little Rock, AK, not as an autonomous landscape but as the anchor for a larger urban landscape network.

Conway served as the principal in charge on the project.

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GMD and Benjamin Moore present Color Pulse 2012

Benjamin Moore's annual Color Pulse forecast has won awards and received international recognition and it's back at the Goldstein Museum of Design (GMD) again this year. Doty Horn, Benjamin Moore color and design specialist, presents Color Pulse 2012 on Wednesday, October 27, 2010, 6:00-7:30 p.m., 33 McNeal Hall. $10 for GMD members; $15 for non-members; no charge for students. Please RSVP by Friday, October 22, 2010 to the GMD office, 612-624-7434.

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