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Diana Allison, PhD, ASID
Program Coordinator, Assistant Professor

Office: JB 216
Phone: 210-829-3859
Email: dallison@uiwtx.edu

 

Education

BS Housing and Interior Design, University of Missouri; Columbia, Missouri

MS Environmental Design - University of Missouri; Columbia, Missouri, 2005

Ph.D. Architectural Studies with Environment and Behavior Emphasis, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, 2009

 

Courses Taught

Interior Design I - JCCC

Architectural Drawing 1 – UNH- Riyadh

Introduction to Interior Design – Art Institute - Austin

Color Fundamentals – Art Institute Austin

Commercial Design II – UIW

Interior Design II - JCCC

Basic Design II - UNH- Riyadh

Basic Interior Design –TSU

Space Planning – UIW

Space Planning - JCCC

Honors – Space Planning- JCCC

Design Presentation - JCCC

Sketching & Rendering – Art Institute Austin

Accessory Fundamentals - JCCC

Leadership in Design - JCCC

Upholstered Furniture - JCCC

Sustaining Design - JCCC

Materials & Specifications – Art Institute - Austin

Contemporary Interiors and Architecture - TSU

Building Materials and Construction –Spring 2015 Art Institute – Austin

Budgeting and Estimating - JCCC

Practices and Procedures – JCCC

Professional Practices –Spring 2015 Art Institute - Austin

Residential Design - JCCC

Residential Design 1 –Art Institute – Austin

Residential Design II – UIW

Internship I - JCCC

Internship II - JCCC

Internship –Art Institute – Austin

Issues in Interior Design - JCCC

Field Study: Travel for Credit - KBIS  - JCCC

Capstone: Interior Design; Interior Merchandising; Interior Entrepreneurship - JCCC

Other Information

 

Affiliations

American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) – Professional Member

            1997-1998 President of MoWest/KS Chapter

Interior Design Educators Council (IDEC)

 

Registration, Certification, and Accredited Professional

National Council for Interior Design Qualification, NCIDQ #010563, 1991 – Present

REGREEN Trained Certificate Holder, November 2011 – Present

 

Book

Allison, D. (February, 2014). Estimating and Costing for Interior Designers: A step-by-step workbook. New York: Bloomsbury Publishing.

 

Awards / Honors

ASID National Chapter Medalist Award Recipient, 2007

Kansas City’s Home Builders’ Association Parade of Homes Gold Medal Winner $250,000 - $500,000 category, 1999

1st runner up and 4th runner up in Kansas City Homes and Gardens Home of the Year Issue, 1995

Presidential Citation, Missouri West/Kansas American Society of Interior Designers, 1991 - 1998

 

Design Work Published

Ladue News: Guide to Elegant Living, September 2009, quoted

Kansas CitySpaces, November, 2009, Design work published

Better Homes & Gardens, April 2001, Design work published

Kansas City Homes & Gardens, March 2001, Design work published

Custom Builder, March 1998, Design work published

Kansas City Homes & Gardens, March 1998, Design work published

Kansas City Homes & Gardens, March 1995, Design work published

 

Work Experience

            2004 – Present: Allison & Associates Interiors, sole proprietor/designer

            2012 – 2015: Adjunct Professor:

                                    Texas State University

                                    University of New Haven, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

                                    Art Institute – Austin

            2000 – 2012: Associate Professor, JCCC, Overland Park, KS

            1998 – 2004: Hobson Interiors, Kansas City, MO

            1991 – 1998: Di Lynn Interiors, sole proprietor/designer

            1983 – 1991: Various design firms, Columbia, MO & Kansas City, MO

           


John Lodek, IDEC, RID
Associate Professor

Office: JB211
Phone: 210-829-3860
Email: lodek@uiwtx.edu

 

Education:

BA Interior Design, University of Houston, 1972
M.Ed. University of the Incarnate Word, 1984

 

Courses Taught:

Intro to Architectural Design, Intro to Architectural Drawing and Illustration, Architectural Drawing I and II, Architectural Design II, Architectural Graphics, Lighting and Design, Space Planning, Commercial II, Professional Practice, Environmental Controls, and Project Management.

 

Other Information:

1978 – Present: Coordinator for the Interior Environmental Design Program, University of the Incarnate Word. 1978 – Present: Private design consultant for residential and commercial projects. 1972 – 1975: Interior Designer for various design firms and Base Facilities Designer for Air Force Headquarters. Registered Interior Designer, State of Texas, Member I.D.E.C. (Interior Designers Education Council).

 


 Judy Broughton, ASID, NCIDQ, RID
Associate Professor


Office: JB 211
Phone: 210-829-3860
Email: broughto@uiwtx.edu

 

Education:

BS Education, Texas State University, 1969
BA Interior Design, University of the Incarnate Word, 1980
NCIDQ, 1982
M.Ed. University of the Incarnate Word, 1988
MTS Theology, Oblate School of Theology, 1994

 

Courses Taught:

Color Theory, Interior Materials, Intro to History of Architecture & Furniture I and II, Residential I & II,
Commerical I & II, Portfolio, Work Experience in Interior Design.

 

Other Information:

1983 – Present: Self-employed registered Interior Designer. 1981 – 1983: Senior Interior Designer Consultant ASID Associate, Cambridge Interiors, San Antonio. 1980 – 1981: Interior Designer, ASID Associate, Mr. Elden’s Gallery of Interiors. 1982 – Present: Registered Interior Designer, State of Texas American Society of Interior Design – National and Regional.