dha College of Design
Design, Housing, and Apparel

DESIGN GRADUATE PROGRAM: APPAREL STUDIES TRACK

Recent Graduates, Dissertation Titles, Current Positions, Advisers

 

Casto, Mary Alice

2015

Categories of design for sustainability: A wearer’s perspective of classic design

 

Assistant Professor, University of Nebraska, Lincoln

Marilyn Delong

Goncu-Berk, Gozde

2012

A Framework for designing in cross-cultural contexts: culture-centered design process

Assistant Professor, Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey

 

Marilyn Delong

Griffin, Linsey

2016

Three Case Studies Examining the Interdisciplinary Product Development Process in Wearable Product Design

 

Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota

Elizabeth Bye

Heckman, Joyce

2013

Analysis of feminist appearance

 

Teaching in the UK

Marilyn Delong

Janigo, Kristy

2015

A sustainable fashion business opportunity? Exploring clothing redesign with the Theory of Planned Behavior

Senior Technical Design and Product Development Manager at Target

 

Marilyn Delong & Juanjuan Wu

Ju, HaeWon

2012

Exploring fashion brand fans: An investigation of antecedents and outcomes of fashion brand commitment

 

Assistant Professor at Framingham State University

Kim Johnson

Kang, Ju Young

2012

Social E-shopping for apparel using Facebook: Testing a meta-theoretical model of motivation and personality (Received 1st place award Doctoral Level Student Research ITAA-Fall, 2012)

 

Assistant Professor at University of Hawaii, Manoa

Kim Johnson

Kim, Angela

2014

Power of consumers: Examining the influence of brand-related user generated content on consumer response

Assistant Professor at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

 

Kim Johnson

Koo, Helen

2012

Design functions in transformable garments for sustainability

 

Assistant Professor at University of California Davis

Elizabeth Bye & Lucy Dunne

Koo, Jayoung

2015

Assessing the impact of consumers' brand-related Facebook activities on brand attitude and consumer happiness

 

Assistant Professor at Augsburg College

Kim Johnson

Kuhr, Daniell-Rober

2012

Iwan Tirta (1960-2000), the commodification of Batik: Brokering past as present & the re-imagination of “Indonesian personality”

 

Independent Scholar

Marilyn Delong & Joanne Eicher

Lee, Ji Young

2013

Comparing Consumer Responses to Cause-related Business Strategies: Sponsorship, Transaction-based, Event, and Experiential

 

Assistant Professor at New York State University College at Oneonta

Kim Johnson

Min, Seoha

2013

Exploring flow in the context of education in apparel design

Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina, Greensboro

 

Marilyn Delong & Karen LaBat

Mun, Jung Mee

2013

Online collaborative consumption: Exploring meanings, motivations, costs, and benefits (Received 1st place award Doctoral Level Student Research from ITAA-Fall, 2014)

 

Assistant Professor at California State University, Long Beach

Kim Johnson

Park, Saetbyul

2013

Korean immigrants and their aesthetic perspectives on appearance

Assistant Professor, Michigan State University

 

Marilyn Delong

Sohn, Myung-Hee

2012

Analysis of upper body measurement changes in motion using motion capture system

Assistant Professor at University of California Long Beach

 

Elizabeth Bye

Sowers, Chad

2013

Semiotics in apparel design student portfolios: Semantic categorization and evaluation of portfolio elements

Dr. Sowers passed away June 2013

Elizabeth Bye & Lucy Dunne

 

 

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