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Local designers should work on their strengths, be more aggressive

Disclaimer: I am re-publishing all of my stories on interior design written for the Inquirer here, and thus, Inquirer is still the owner of these stories. 911 more words

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NARI Home Show 2014

This past week has been extremely long, fun, exciting, tiring and ended with a fabulous cold!  Anyways, this week was NARI! Nari is the National Association of the Remodeling Industry.   448 more words


Interior design students compete at home improvement show

From jsonline.com: “Home improvement show serves as teaching tool” —For the 8th consecutive year, the Interior Design Contest between students from local colleges is a prominent feature of the Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement Show. 819 more words

Milwaukee Area Technical College

Schultz, Tami Lyn. (2001). Concept maps vs. embedded questions: Assessing cognitive change in interior design students.

Ph.D., The University of Toledo, 2001, AAT 3018669

Advisor: Franklin R Koontz

Keywords: Concept maps, Embedded questions, Cognitive change, Interior design


Subjects: Educational Psychology, Design, Interior Design, Educational Evaluation, Art