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The Division of Interior Design faculty provide a professional undergraduate and graduate education in Interior Design within a collaborative, multidisciplinary learning environment. The undergraduate program is accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation, while the graduate program is a post professional degree with areas of concentration in interior design standard, architectural lighting, design process management, or sustainable living. The disciplinary perspectives share a common pedagogy within the College of Architecture divisions, engaging in creative and technical skills that prepare new graduates to solve problems related to global challenges facing the profession of Interior Design.
IDEC 2016 Video Competition
OU Interior Design students Ashley Kime, Kylie Cowan, Paige McCumber, and Sarah Flottman placed 1st in IDEC 2016 Video Competition on the topic "Turning on the Green Light".
The awards were announced during the awards ceremony at the IDEC Annual Conference in Portland, OR. To view the video click here.
OU 2016 Graduate Research and Creativity Day Poster Presentation
Ammara Arshad, Interior Design graduate student won the McNair's Choice Award at the Graduate Research Day Poster Presentation.
Design Charette: IIDA_TX_OK Student Conference, 2016
Kylie Cowan and Paige McCumber, Interior Design student secured 1st and 3rd Place as part of the winning teams at the IIDA_TX_OK Student Conference Design Charette.
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Student Lighting Design Competition Illuminating Engineering Society, Dallas
1st Place: David Ramsey for “Acquisition”
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COA Outstanding Senior Award
Melissa Reddout, an Interior Design major from Midland, Texas was awarded the Outstanding Seniors Award from College of Architecture.
Lacey Howard, Designer
Lacey Howard earned her Bachelor of Interior Design from the University of Oklahoma in 2012 and continued on to earn a Master of Science in Interior Design with a focus in Design Process Management from the University in 2014. She developed her passion for design in the undergraduate program and was eager to develop her leadership and management skills through the graduate program. These skills were instrumental in guiding her career path as she was hired as a project manager for the Interior Design department at Mass Architects, Inc. in Oklahoma City after graduation.
Lacey is also an active member of the design community and serves on the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) Oklahoma City- City Center Council as the Campus Center Chair. In this position, she is the liaison between students and the professional association. Throughout the council year, she enjoys the opportunity to stay in contact with her Alma Mater and meet the incoming interior design students.
The next step in her career is to become a Registered Interior Designer (RID) in the State of Oklahoma. To do this, she has applied to be a National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) exam candidate and has passed the first two portions of the exam. Currently, she is preparing to take the third and final section at the end of September.