|AMD Student featured in HandEye magazine|
Claire Kean, junior in apparel, merchandising, and design is featured in Hand/Eye magazine for her work this summer with Global Mamas as an apparel design intern.
|AESHM lecturer wins blue ribbon at Iowa State Fair|
Tina Denekas won the ribbon in fabric and threads. Patrick Lose, a well-known quilter and pattern developer, held a racer quilt competition using jelly rolls of fabric. Contestants were timed on sewing it into a quilt top. Last year, Denekas had 43 minutes for time. This year, she did it in 36:44, which set a new record. Aside from the blue ribbon, Denekas won 40 yards of quilt batting.
|AMD student takes $10,000 Omaha Fashion Cup|
Whitney Rorah, May 2014 graduate and incoming graduate student in apparel, merchandising, and design, won the $10,000 Omaha Fashion Cup prize last week in Omaha, Nebraska.
|AMD alum featured for work at Walt Disney World |
Kristie Syring, an apparel, merchandising and design graduate, was featured by her hometown Advocate Tribune in Granite Falls, Minn. for her work at Walt Disney World.
|Iowa State Daily features ADM grad in One-on-One series|
Talia Jensen, a 2009 graduate in apparel, merchandising and design, is featured in the Iowa State Daily's One-on-One series. Jensen is the owner of Portobello Road, a boutique located on Welch Ave in Ames.
|AMD alum fashion designer Joi Mahon publishes a new book|
Joi Mahon, an alum of the ISU Department of Apparel, Events, and Hospitality Management - AESHM, just came out with a new book, "Create the Perfect Fit."
|AMD Ph.D. students collaborate with Rykä Mobile Pop-up Retail |
Dana Rupe, president of the Daden Group and graduate of the AMD master’s program, presented a proposal for a collaboration between Rykä mobile pop-up retail and twelve Ph.D. students in the Consumer Aesthetics and Retail Branding course on June 20.
|AMD product development and technical design team featured by a2ru|
The article on the Alliance for the Arts in Research Universities website features the team of apparel experts who were among four finalists in a national competition to develop a method for non-destructive testing of ballistic vests used by law enforcement, with the goal of predicting the useful life of the soft body armor. More»
|Students learn about food safety issues in South Africa |
Students in the Hospitality Sanitation and Safety class gained an international perspective in food safety through a web presentation by Dr. Gerrie DuRand, a senior lecturer in hospitality management at the University of Pretoria in South Africa.
|AESHM alum Todd Snyder up for National Award|
AESHM alum Todd Snyder is up for national Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) award for best new menswear designer, Monday at the Lincoln Center in New York. More»