Vice President, Student Chapter
IIDA - International Interior Design Association
The International Interior Design Association (IIDA) Campus Center housed within the Department of Interior Architecture is an affiliate of the Carolinas IIDA Chapter, a professional organization of commercial interior designers. The primary purpose of this organization is to work toward the advancement of the value of interior design and its practitioners as well as to cultivate leadership within the profession. All majors in Interior Architecture are eligible for membership. Activities include student participation in events sponsored by Carolinas IIDA Chapter and National IIDA organizations, field trips, design competitions, and other types of professional development activities. IIDA members represent educators, industry partners, architects, and commercial designers
Student Fellow & Social Media Leader
The CC-ED - The Center for Community Engaged Design
The Center for Community-Engaged Design is an interdisciplinary research center that fosters community/university partnerships for meaningful research and design of the built and natural environments. Housed in the Department of Interior Architecture at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, CC-ED collaborates with community partners, non-profit organizations, and municipal departments to address design-related projects in underserved areas and for underrepresented populations in the Piedmont-Triad area. Through community-engaged processes of research, service, visioning, teaching, and learning, CC-ED brings innovative design thinking and methodologies to bear in areas where resources are most limited
ASID - American Society of Interior Designers
The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) Student Chapter housed within the Department of Interior Architecture is an affiliate of the American Society of Interior Designers, a professional society of interior designers. The primary purpose of the student chapter is to expand students’ understanding of the diverse options within the profession and develop future leaders. Activities include student participation in events sponsored by ASID Carolinas chapter and National ASID organization, field trips, design competitions, and other types of professional development activities. Members of ASID are committed to advancing the profession and can be found in academia, industry, and the residential and commercial sectors of design.
The Carolyn Crouse Register Scholarship (in Memory of Dolphin Cobb Wright)
The first recipient of the CT Lambeth Scholarship for Interior Design
In this video, the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Dr. John Z. Kiss sits down to interview professor Tommy Lambeth about his efforts as well as IARc to support scholarships for students. At timestamp 3:44 - I am surprised with the scholarship award and become the first recipient of Tommy’s scholarship.