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Teaching Experience

 

July 2018

Instructor

Cornell University, Department of Fiber Science and Apparel Design

FSAD 1120: Fashion Design and Visual Thinking

A three week and three credit intensive, this course balanced theoretical and studio approaches in the design and two-dimensional representation of fashion. Lectures accompanied practical design exercises such as trend forecasting, collection development, and sketching and students explored various media and techniques to practice new skills, while also creating a professional-grade portfolio. Students were introduced to contemporary fashion design techniques both mechanical and digital and enjoyed demonstrations of Cornell’s unique resources such as the Costume and Textile Collection, natural dye garden, laser cutter and 3-D Body Scanner. The course included lectures, discussions, open work sessions, and critiques.

August 2015 to May 2016 

Instructor

Kansas State University, Department of Apparel, Textile, and Interior Design

ATID 655: Pattern Development I

  • Apparel design through flat pattern methods. Six hours a week lab.

ATID 670: Apparel Pre-production Processes

  • Computer application of pattern drafting, pattern grading, and marker layout for apparel pre-production processes in Optitex pattern drafting software. Six hours a week lab.

ATID 410: Apparel Production II

  • Advanced sewing techniques. Six hours a week lab.

ATID 610: Computer-Aided Design of Apparel

  • Computer-aided design as it relates to the apparel industry; development and presentation of apparel and textile design using Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. Six hours a week lab.

 

September 2013 to May 2015 

Graduate Teaching Assistant 

Kansas State University, Department of Apparel, Textile, and Interior Design

 Assisted in Courses:

  • Pattern Development I

  • Pattern Development II

  • Apparel Pre-production Processes

  • Dress and Human Behavior

  • Aesthetics of Apparel and Textiles

  • Apparel and Textile Industry

  • Dress and Human Behavior

Skills

  • Assisting students during lecture and lab

  • Guest lecturing

  • Creating lecture examples

  • Grading student assignments

  • Administering class exams

 

May 2012 to May 2013

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant

Kansas State University, Department of Apparel, Textile, and Interior Design

 Assisted in Courses

  • Pattern Development I

  • Apparel Pre-production Processes

  • Pattern Development II

  • Aesthetics of Apparel and Textiles

Skills

  • Assisting students during lecture and lab

  • Creating lecture examples and lab samples