The interior design faculty’s commitment to education is evidenced by the breadth and depth of interests each provides through our instruction of our students. In this manner, research and inquiry provide the foundation for our students’ education as the knowledge of our scholarship is infused into the curriculum, thereby supporting both the design and academic communities. As a unified community of professionals, our faculty are national leaders in interior design education, instilling a passion of lifelong learning in our students. We develop globally competent interior design practitioners and scholars.
ABIMBOLA ASOJO, Ph.D., AIA, IDEC, LEED AP
Professor and CDES Associate Dean for Research, Creative Scholarship, and Engagement
office: 488 McNeal Hall
Scholarly Interests: Cross-cultural design, architectural lighting design, African architecture, computing and design, globalization and design, sustainability and post-occupancy evaluation.
office: 490 McNeal Hall
TASOULLA HADJIYANNI, Ph.D.
Professor and Program Director
Scholarly Interests: Residential environments, cultural aspects of space, identity, globalization, surveillance, human trafficking.
MEGHAN HENDRICKSON, BS
office: 486 McNeal Hall
Scholarly Interests: contract interior design, hospitality, retail, corporate interior design, environmentally responsible interior design
Scholarly Interests: Issues related to design education and the design legacy of Jack Lenor Larsen
Research & Outreach