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Tuesday, November 10
 

7:30am

Registration Opens
Tuesday November 10, 2015 7:30am - 7:00pm
Concourse

8:00am

8:30am

Leadership in Academia

Tuesday November 10, 2015 8:30am - 12:30pm
Zia B

9:00am

Tour: Taos - Fashion, Pueblo, and a Unique Resident
The group will meet in the Eldorado Lounge at 8:45am

Tuesday November 10, 2015 9:00am - 4:00pm
Eldorado Lounge

9:00am

10:00am

Tour: Museum of International Folk Art and Museum Hill
The group will meet in the Eldorado Lounge at 9:45am

Tuesday November 10, 2015 10:00am - 3:00pm
Eldorado Lounge

2:00pm

2:00pm

Santa Fe Workshop: Knitting in Both Directions
The group will meet in the Eldorado Lounge at 1:45pm to walk the five short blocks to Miriam's Well Knitting Studio. 

Tuesday November 10, 2015 2:00pm - 5:30pm
Eldorado Lounge

2:00pm

GPIDEA Meeting
Tuesday November 10, 2015 2:00pm - 6:00pm
Turquoise Boardroom 4th Floor

4:00pm

VPs Meet with Committee Chairs
Tuesday November 10, 2015 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Eldorado Lounge

5:00pm

6:00pm

8:00pm

 
Wednesday, November 11
 

7:00am

Committee Meetings
Wednesday November 11, 2015 7:00am - 8:15am
TBA

7:30am

Registration Open
Wednesday November 11, 2015 7:30am - 5:00pm
Concourse

8:00am

8:30am

10:00am

[Concurrent Breakout Sessions #1]: Emerging Trends in the Global Textile and Apparel Industry

PLM Systems for the Apparel Industry: Current Status According to the Literature, Kyung Lee and Eulanda A. Sanders, Iowa State University, USA

Predicting Total Assembling Time for Different Apparel Products Utilizing Learning Curve and Time Study Approaches: A Comparative Case Study, Md. Imranul Islam, Kansas State University, USA; Mohammad Faizur Rahman, Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology, Bangladesh; and Melody L. A. LeHew, Kansas State University, USA

Reshoring Apparel Manufacturing in the United States? Perspectives from Branded Manufacturers and Marketers (BM&M), Sheng Lu, University of Delaware, USA

The 3D Printing Era: A Conceptual Model for the Textile and Apparel Industry, Lushan Sun, University of Missouri, USA and Sheng Lu, University of Delaware, USA     



Wednesday November 11, 2015 10:00am - 11:15am
Anasazi North

10:00am

[Concurrent Breakout Sessions #1]: Functional, Protective, and Performance Apparel with Technology

Gracefall: Codesigning a Fall-Protective Winter Coat Technology for Elderly Women, Kristi Rogers,  Peter Jans,  Caitlin MacLaughlin,  Lauren Ivy, and Juyeon Park, Colorado State University, USA

In Practice: Perceptions of User Involvement in the Activewear Industry, Kristen Morris and Susan Ashdown, Cornell University, USA

Investigation of Therapy Clothing Products for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Su-Jeong Hwang Shin, Brianna Smith, and Kristi Gaines, Texas Tech University, USA

Mapping the Clothing Taskscape to Assess User's Needs, Sandra Tullio-Pow, Ryerson University, Canada; and Megan Strickfaden, University of Alberta, Canada



Wednesday November 11, 2015 10:00am - 11:15am
Zia C

10:00am

[Concurrent Breakout Sessions #1]: Impacts from the Internet

Exploring the Uses and Importance of Avatar Dress in a Multiplayer Online Game:  A Qualitative Study of Women Gamers, Arienne McCracken, Iowa State University, USA 

Hand-Made, One-of-a-Kind Apparel: Evaluation Based on Personal Vanity, Gargi Bhaduri & Nancy Stanforth, Kent State University, USA 

The Effects of Social Media on the Body Satisfaction of Adolescent and Young Adult Females, Julia M. Wallis and Joy M. Kozar, and Kim Y. Hiller Connell, Kansas State University, USA 

What Do Fashion Designers Look Like? Comparing Representations of Stock Photograph Designers and Professional Designers, Sara Jablon, Iowa State University, USA

 



Wednesday November 11, 2015 10:00am - 11:15am
De Vargas

10:00am

[Concurrent Breakout Sessions #1]: Stimulating Learning with Student Reflection

Color-coding Rubrics for Increased Effectiveness, Sherry Schofield, Florida State University, USA

Making Connections: Linking Course Concepts with Industry Practices Through Pinterest, Michelle L. Childs, The University of Tennessee, USA and Jennifer Yurchisin The University of North Carolina at Greensboro,  USA

Utilizing University-based Enterprise to Foster Industry-Academia Collaboration in the Field of Product Development, Mun-young Kim, Hyun-jin Cho, and Eunah Yoh, Keimyung University, South Korea

Visual Reflections for Visual Merchandising, Ashley Hasty, Indiana University, USA



Wednesday November 11, 2015 10:00am - 11:15am
Zia B

10:00am

[Concurrent Breakout Sessions #1]: Surveys of Consumer Characteristics

Luxury Consumption Behavior: A Value-Based Segmentation of the US Consumers,

Srikant Manchiraju, Florida State University, USA; and Sonali Diddi, Colorado State University, USA

The Battle of the Sexes: The Effects of Gender, Product Category, and Design Complexity on Product Purchase Intention and Likeability, Olivia Johnson and Veena Chattaraman Auburn University, USA

The Effects of "Social" Consumer Attributes on Engagement in Social Network Sites, Hyejune Park, SUNY Oneonta, USA

We Are Veterans: The Therapeutic Effects of Clothing Related to Self-Concept,

Hyo Jung (Julie) Chang, Texas Tech University, USA



Wednesday November 11, 2015 10:00am - 11:15am
Zia A

10:00am

[Concurrent Breakout Session #1]: Special Topics Session: Embedding Socially Responsible Practices within and across the Curriculum: Where We Have Been and What's Next - An ESRAP Panel

 

Social responsibility and sustainable fashion are topics that have prominently emerged as courses within textiles and apparel curriculums over the past ten years in direct response to industry best practices. As the importance of these topics and practices are recognized, there remains a challenge of how to weave this content holistically within an academic curriculum and transfer this learning to student’s real life implications. This interactive session will explore successful approaches for this integration presented by members of Educators for Socially Responsible Apparel Practice (ESRAP), formerly ESRAB. Educators for Socially Responsible Apparel Businesses (ESRAB) was founded in 1999 with the emphasis on increasing awareness and impact of the research and teaching of faculty engaged with social responsibility topics. This session will also highlight the accomplishments the group has made since 1999, reflect on where we currently stand, and plan for the next adventures for ESRAP. 

 

Panelists: Marsha Dickson University of Delaware, USA; Janet Hethorn, Central Michigan University, USA; Young-A Lee, Iowa State University, USA; Sonya Meyer, University of Idaho, USA; and Anupama Pasricha, St Catherine University, USA

 

Moderators
Speakers
MD

Marsha Dickson

University of Delaware, USA
JH

Janet Hethorn

Central Michigan University, USA
SM

Sonya Meyer

University of Idaho, USA


Wednesday November 11, 2015 10:00am - 11:15am
Anasazi South

10:00am

Mounted Design Exhibit: Day 1 - Graduate Student

Designers will be with designs from 10:00 - 10:30 am.

Graduate Student

This Old Thing

Lauren Ashley Brallier and Vince Quevedo, Kent State University, USA

 

Butterflies on the Shoulder

Chanjuan Chen, University of North Texas, USA

 

Memento Mori Sewol

Yeonhee Cheong, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

 

Ocean Waves

Rebecca Del Pizzo and Vincent Quevedo, Kent State University, USA

 

Sunrise in the Orchard

Kelsie Doty, Kansas State University, USA

 

Catalpa Leaves

Kelsie Doty, Kansas State University, USA

 

Architectural Apparel Design

Zachary Hoh and Sara Smith, University of Cincinnati, USA

 

Carving a Rose Window

Chanmi Hwang and Ling Zhang  Iowa State University, USA

 

Cycling with Fireflies

June HyeonJeong JI,  Chung-Ang University, South Korea

 

Hanji-The Art of the Wind

Kyungeun Lee, Iowa State University, USA

 

Blue Jeans Hanbok

Saemee Lyu, University of Minnesota, USA

 

Kuiki Echo

Kristen Morris, Cornell University, USA

 

Digital Dilemma

Brianna Plummer, Iowa State University, USA


Wednesday November 11, 2015 10:00am - 2:30pm
Chapel

10:00am

Mounted Design Exhibit: Day 1 - Professional

Designers with designs 10:00 - 10:30am

Professional
Simply String Art

Carol Beard, Central Michigan University, USA
Frayed Elegance
Lynn M. Boorady, SUNY - Buffalo State, USA
Saori Ensemble
Kelly Cobb, The University of Delaware, USA
Thunderbird - Sacred Bearer of Happiness Unlimited
Sheri L. Dragoo, Texas Woman's University, USA
Rosso Mistral
Rachel J. Eike, Georgia Southern University, USA
The Nyangatom Woman
Tameka N. Ellington, Kent State University, USA
Singed: How the Zebra Got its Stripes
Tameka Ellington, Kent State University, USA
Royal Mbebana
Tameka N. Ellington and Sophia Adodo, Kent State University, USA
Summer Harvest
Sherry Haar, Kansas State University, USA
Vitreous Fractures
Kim Hahn, Kent State University, USA
Euclidean Sunrise
Kim Hahn and David Hahn, Kent State University, USA
Azure Striations
Kim Hahn,  Kent State University, USA
Silk Sampler
Janice B. Haynes, Delta State University, USA
And Garments of Green Girt the Fellow about...
Janice V. Kimmons, Lamar University, USA
Microspace Transmorpho
Helen Koo and Anel zarate, University of California-Davis, USA
Real Mom
Traci A. M.Lamar, North Carolina State University, USA
Prairie Blossom Felt
Trudy Landgren, St. Catherine University, USA
RETHINK: Wearing Kombucha in Santa Fe
Young-A Lee and Armine Ghalachyan, Iowa State University, USA
Standing on the Earth
Jung Soo Lee, Hongik University, South Korea
Ever-Changing Mind
Jung Soo Lee, Hongik University, South Korea; and Hyunji Roh, Seoul National University, South Korea
Origami Blossom
Jung Eun Lee, Virginia Tech, USA
The Hive
Jung Eun Lee and Courtney Murphy, Virginia Tech, USA
Clouds in the Glass
Jiah Lim,  Daegu University, South Korea
Sparkling Socialite. A Snow-dyed Silk Gown Using Inventive Patternmaking and Construction Techniques for Minimal Fabric Waste 
Ellen McKinney and Sarah Bennett, Iowa State University, USA


Wednesday November 11, 2015 10:00am - 2:30pm
Chapel

11:30am

Lunch General Session with Presidential Speech, Dr. Elizabeth Bye
Presidential Speech during lunch by Dr. Elizabeth Bye

Moderators
avatar for Elizabeth Bye

Elizabeth Bye

Professor and Department Head, Apparel Design Program, University of Minnesota
Specialties & ExpertiseWearable Product Design Center: Innovations StudioSizing and FitHigh Tech/High TouchApparel TechnologyCurrent ProjectsProtective Apparel funded by 3MImpact of culturally Sensitive Apparel Co-Design on the Physical Activity of East African Adolescent Girls funded by Minnesota Agricultural Experiment StationMethodology for Materials Selection

Wednesday November 11, 2015 11:30am - 1:15pm
Eldorado Ballroom

1:30pm

1:30pm

Experiences of a Navajo Designer, Project Runway and Beyond
Speakers
avatar for Patricia Michaels

Patricia Michaels

Apparel/Textile Designer and Artist, Runs own apparel design business
Patricia Michaels is a Traditional Native woman who is a style-maker at the forefront of modern fashion design and aesthetics. She creates boldly hip designs with a quality of timeless elegance. | | In 2012, she was asked to join the Season 11 cast of Project Runway.  | | Innovative. Eco-Friendly. Avant-garde. Distinctive. Fashion-Forward. Organic. Unique. Leader. Showstopper. | | These are just a few of the words that come... Read More →


Wednesday November 11, 2015 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Zia A/B

1:30pm

1:30pm

Museum Store Buying and Merchandising
Speakers

Wednesday November 11, 2015 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Zia C

1:30pm

3:00pm

Electronic Communications Committee Meeting
For members of the Electronic Communications Committee

Moderators
avatar for Genna Reeves-DeArmond

Genna Reeves-DeArmond

Instructor, Kansas State University

Wednesday November 11, 2015 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Meet by the registration desk

3:00pm

Experience Santa Fe Session (Click on session to view session choices)

Experience Santa Fe Session

  • Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
  • Cathy Smith – Medicine Mountain Studio
  • Gail Rieke Collage Studio
  • International Folk Art Alliance
  • Orlando Dugi Design Studio
  • On-your-own Boutique Tour
  • Laura Shepperd Atelier
  • Miriam’s Well Knitting Studio
  • Shiprock Gallery
  • Travelers Market
  • Victoria Scott, Black Art Studio

Wednesday November 11, 2015 3:00pm - 5:00pm
See registration desk for information

5:30pm

5:30pm

Grand Poster Session - CB - Consumer Behavior

CB-Consumer Behavior

A Study of the Symbolic Clothing Disposition Behaviors of Generation Y, Patti Borrello and Barbara Frazier, Western Michigan University, USA

Americana Music Festivals:  An Ethnographic Exploration of the Experiential Consumptionscape, Tom Turner and Nancy Hodges,  The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA

Collaborative Consumption Using Facebook: Mothers Swapping Children's Clothes, Jung Mee Mun, California State University-Long Beach, USA; and Kim K. P. Johnson, University of Minnesota, USA

Development of a Conceptual Model to Understand the Adoption of Wearable Technology, Xiao Jia and Jihyun Kim, Kent State University, USA

EEG/ERP Research in Consumer Perceptions of Apparel Products, Keunyoung Oh, SUNY Buffalo State, USA

Effect of Time Horizon Perspective on Apparel Liking, Hyunjoo Im, Jayoung Koo,and Minjung Park, University of Minnesota, USA

Effects of Generational Cohorts on Brand-Self Congruity, Emotional Brand Attachment, Perceived Investment, and Repurchase Behavior Regarding Luxury Goods, Jihyun (J) Kim, Kent State University, USA; and Hyun-Mee Joung, Northern Illinois University, USA

Exploring Factors Influencing Perceived Quality on Sportswear Fabric, Hyo Jung (Julie) Chang, Jaeki Song, Changdong Yeo, and Jungkyu Kim Texas Tech University, USA

Exploring Non-ownership Apparel Consumption through Online Fashion Product Rental Services: An Application of Institutional Theory, Sasikarn C. Cook and Nancy Hodges, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA

Factors Affecting Taiwanese College Students' Brand Loyalty towards Fast Fashion, Jin Su, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA; and Aihwa Chang, National Chengchi University, Taiwan

Factors Influencing Purchase Intention toward Luxury Fashion Brands, Hyo Jin Eom and Yoo-Kyoung Seock, University of Georgia, USA

Fashion Adoption Groups and Consumer-Brand Relationships, Jane E. Workman and  Seung-Hee Lee, Southern Illinois University, USA; and Kwangho Jung, Seoul National University, South Korea

Meta-analysis on the Effects of Fashion Product Attributes on Fashion Product Purchasing Decision, Jung-Woo Lee and Mi Young Kim, Gachon University, South Korea

Older Women's Experience with Online Apparel Shopping, Youngji Lee and Mary Lynn Damhorst,  Iowa State University, USA

Probability or Non-probability Samples: Testing Univariate Estimates vs Multivariate Relations, Gargi Bhaduri, Kent State University, USA

Religiosity, Faith Driven Consumption, and Apparel Shopping Orientation, Lizhu Davis, California State University- Fresno, USA; and Tun-Min (Catherine) Jai, Texas Tech University, USA

Social Media or Personal Selling? Strategy for Successful Sales of Student Projects, Paula B. Sampson, Ball State University, USA

Understanding Smart Shopper Feeling From Consumers' Perspective, Jongeun Rhee, University of Wisconsin-Stout, USA

Who Are These Sneakerheads?, Jin Woo Choi, Brigitte Cluver, Oregon State University, USA; and Minjeong Kim, Indiana University, USA



Wednesday November 11, 2015 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Anasazi Ballroom

5:30pm

Grand Poster Session - CUL - Culture

CUL-Culture

Hijab and Muslim Religious Identity Expression among Egyptian Women in the Pacific Northwest, Manal Shaheen, Linda Arthur Bradley, and Ting Chi, Washington State University, USA

The "Natural": African American Women's Perspective on the Historic vs. Contemporary Natural Hair Style, Ashley R. Garrin and Sara B. Marcketti, Iowa State University,  USA


Wednesday November 11, 2015 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Anasazi Ballroom

5:30pm

Grand Poster Session - FS - Fashion Studies

FS-Fashion Studies

The Semiotics of Shibori: Meanings of a Cultural Motif, Gordon Stumpo and Jihyun (J.) Kim, Kent State University, USA

Understanding toward Mobile Phone Case Evaluative Criteria among U.S. Millennials, Kim Hahn and Jihyun (J) Kim, Kent State University, USA


Wednesday November 11, 2015 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Anasazi Ballroom

5:30pm

Grand Poster Session - HIS - Historic

HIS-Historic

History of the Southern Apparel and Textile Industry: Through the Photographer's Lens, Doris H. Kincade and Peggy P. Quesenberry, Virginia Tech, USA; and Elizabeth H. Dull, High Point University, USA

Hollywood's Risque Years: Female Body Exposure in Pre-Code Films, Molly Catherine Dodd and Patricia Hunt-Hurst, University of Georgia, USA

Negotiating Authenticity: Exploring Design Decisions of Reenactors' Regency Gowns, Dina C. Smith and Casey R. Stannard, Louisiana State University, USA

Students' Attitudes toward and Use of University Digital Collections, Arlesa Shephard, Buffalo State, USA; and Sanjukta Pookulangara, University of North Texas, USA

The Fashionable Side of STEM, Sara B. Marcketti and Katelyn Hall, Iowa State University, USA

Trends in Advertising Typology and Facial Cosmetic Emphasis, 1940-2010, Kiara Montgomery and Pamela Ulrich Auburn University, USA


Wednesday November 11, 2015 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Anasazi Ballroom

5:30pm

Grand Poster Session - INT - International

International

Oversea Direct Buying in the Apparel Industry: A Case of Korean Jicgoo, Kyung Eun Lee, Iowa State University, USA


Speakers

Wednesday November 11, 2015 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Anasazi Ballroom

5:30pm

Grand Poster Session - MMGT- Merchandising, Marketing, Retailing I. Management

MMGT-Merchandising, Marketing, Retailing I. Management

Gender Differences in Consumer-Retailer Relationship Building via Retail Store Attributes, Ran Huang and Sejin Ha, University of Tennessee-Knoxville, USA; and Joohyung Park, University of South Carolina, USA

How Other Shoppers and Shopping Motives Shape Shopping Behavior, Sejin Ha, University Tennessee-Knoxville, USA; and Hyunjoo Im, University of Minessota, USA

The Evolving Customer Experience: Consumer Response to 'Storied' Fashion Products, Ji Young Lee, State University of New York at Oneonta; and Kim K. P. Johnson, University of Minnesota, USA


Wednesday November 11, 2015 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Anasazi Ballroom

5:30pm

Grand Poster Session - MVP - Merchandising, Marketing, Retailing II. Visual and Promotion

MVP-Merchandising, Marketing, Retailing II. Visual and Promotion

Brand Charisma: Word-Of-Mouth and Gender, Seung-Hee Lee and Jane Workman, Southern Illinois University, USA; and  Kwangho Jung, Seoul National University, South Korea

Brand Personality, Consumer Satisfaction and Loyalty: A Perspective from Denim Jeans, Jin Su, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA Xiao Tong, The University of Alabama, USA

Can Visual Quality of Websites Affect Time Perception?, Hyunjoo Im, University of Minnesota, USA; and Young Ha, California State University - Long Beach, USA

Consumer Experiences with Online Consumer Reviews: A Phenomenological Exploration, Ran Huang and Sejin Ha, University of Tennessee-Knoxville, USA

Consumer Response to Exterior Atmospherics at a University-Branded Merchandise Store, Karen H. Hyllegard, Jennifer Paff Ogle, Ruoh-Nan Yan, and Kevin Kissell, Colorado State University, USA

Cross-Cultural Validation of a Fashion Brand Image Scale, Eunjoo Cho, University of Arkansas, USA and Ann Marie Fiore and  Daniel W. Russell, Iowa State University, USA

Customer Interface Design for Co-Creation in the Social Era, Ju-Young M. Kang, University of Hawai`i at Manoa, USA

Does Gender Matter: An Exploratory Study of Influence of Cybersecurity, Privacy, and Trust on Purchase Intention, Sanjukta Pookulangara, University of North Texas, USA

Enticed by Group Buying Deals? Effects of Group Buying Websites on Impulsive Buying, Soo Kyoung Kim, Oregon State University, USA; and Minjeong Kim, Indiana University, USA

Exploring Small Businesses' Perceived Importance, Benefits and Challenges of B2B Networking, Hyejeong Kim, California State University-Long Beach, USA; and Sang-Eun Byun, Siyuan Han, and Carol Centrallo, Auburn University,  USA

Exploring the Determinants of Influential eWOM in Virtual Communities: An Empirical Study, Yizhuo Chen and Yingjiao Xu, North Carolina State University, USA

Impact of Consumers' Risk Perceptions to Product Performance on Channel Usage Behavior in Relation to Online Apparel Shopping, Ui-Jeen Yu, Illinois State University, USA; and Eunjoo Cho, University of Arkansas, USA

Omni-Channel Purchase Journey with Multi-Device Paths, Su Lun Novikoff, Caitlen Schmidt, and Ju-Young M. Kang,  University of Hawai`i at Manoa, USA

Relationship between Experience Economy Dimensions and Perceived Experiential Value in the Context of Indian Shopping Malls, Amrut Sadachar, Auburn University, USA; and Ann Marie Fiore,Iowa State University, USA

The Effect of Sensory Visual Presentations on Consumer's Buying Decisions: A fMRI Study, Tun-Min (Catherine) Jai and Dan Fan, Texas Tech University, USA; Weidong Cai, Stanford University, USA; and Forrest S. Bao, Akron University, USA

The Effectiveness of Facebook Ads - An Experiment with a Small Business, Runying Chen, East Carolina University, USA

The Role of Fashion Innovativeness, Brand Image, and Lovemarks in Enhancing Loyalty towards Fashion-Related Brands, Eunjoo Cho, University of Arkansas, USA; Ui-Jeen Yu, Illinois State University, USA; and Ann Marie Fiore, Iowa State University, USA

The Role of Information regarding Shapewear's Performance in Female Consumers' Online Purchase Decision, Eonyou Shin, Ling Zhang, Chanmi Hwang, and Fatma Baytar, Iowa State University, USA

What Do Consumers Think about Widespread Fashion Counterfeits? A Q-methodological Analysis of the Diverse Viewpoints, Seung-Hee Lee, Southern Illinois University, USA;   Kwangho Jung and  Jonghwan Eun, Seoul National University, South Korea; and  Jane Workman, Southern Illinois University, USA



Wednesday November 11, 2015 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Anasazi Ballroom

5:30pm

Grand Poster Session - PDG - Professional Development and General

PDG-Professional Development and General

A Cotton Sustainability Learning Circle: Using Interschool Collaboration to Enable Student Success, Gallayanee Yaoyuneyong, The University of Southern Mississippi, USA; JuYoung Lee, Mississippi State University, USA;  Jan Haynes, Delta State University, USA; and Brigitte Burgess, The University of Southern Mississippi, USA

A Homophily/Heterophily Model of Communication in the Apparel and Textiles Industry, Diana Saiki, Ball State University, USA

Extension Outreach:  Basic Sewing 101 for Extension In-Service Training, Wanda K. Cheek, Mississippi State University, USA

Fashioning Future Leaders: Student Leadership Development through Fashion Show Production, Xiaohan Lin & Gargi Bhaduri, Kent State University, USA.

Fostering the Professional Development of Saudi Female Students: Implications for Educators in Apparel and Textiles Programs in Saudi Arabia, Sarah G. Alzahrani, Joy M. Kozar, and Kim Y. Hiller Connell, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS

Hearts Over Smarts: An Analysis of Emotional Intelligence in the Global Apparel Supply Chain, Laura McAndrews and Jung Ha-Brookshire, University of Missouri, USA

Integrating Distance Students into a Graduate Student Organization, Arienne McCracken, Sara Jablon, Amy Dorie, and Ashley Garrin, Iowa State University, USA

Student and Instructor Attitudes toward Responsibility of Learning and Teaching Essential Programs, Kaylee Boyd, Stacy Lee, and Jung Ha-Brookshire, University of Missouri, USA

The Flood: A Blessing in Disguise - Disaster Management of the Leila Old Historic Costume Collection, Joyce Sun,  Erika Iiams, and Sandra Evenson, University of Idaho, USA

The Role of a Formal Internship Experience in the Career Ambitions of Apparel and Textile Undergraduate Students, Kim Y. Hiller Connell and Joy M. Kozar, Kansas State University, USA

Using Personal Mission Statements and Codes of Ethics as Career Search Tools, V. Ann Paulins, Ohio University, USA; Julie L. Hillery, University of New Mexico, USA; and Aaron Sturgill, Ohio University, USA

What Skills and Knowledge Do Clothing and Textile Graduates Need for the Workforce? Qualitative Reflections from Clothing and Textile Faculty and Industry Professionals, Genna Reeves-DeArmond, Kansas State University, USA; Jennifer Mower, Central Michigan University, USA; and Keith Nishida, Woodbury University, USA

Why I Became an Embroiderer: Choices of High Fashion Embroiderers from Europe, Theresa Alexander, University of the Incarnate Word, USA


Wednesday November 11, 2015 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Anasazi Ballroom

5:30pm

Grand Poster Session - POP-Popular Culture
Looking at Fashion through Green-colored Glasses: Vogue's Sustainable Fashion Discourse, Katie Baker Jones, University of Missouri, USA


Wednesday November 11, 2015 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Anasazi Ballroom

5:30pm

Grand Poster Session - TAI-Textile and Apparel Industries

A Practicability of Utilizing 3D Systems for Virtual Fitting Process in the Apparel Industry, Su-Jeong Hwang Shin, Texas Tech University, USA

Exploration of Knowledge Creation Processes and Work Environments in the  Wearable Technology Industry, Deepika Raj and Jung Ha-Brookshire,  University of Missouri, USA

How to Succeed? An Analysis of the Impact of Women Founder's Personality Traits on Chinese Apparel New Venture Success, Li Zhao and Jung Ha-Brookshire, University of Missouri, USA

Job Responsibilities of Textile and Apparel Supply Chain Managers: From Mentzer's Key Drivers of Competitive Advantage Perspective, Md. Tahmidul Islam Molla and Jung E. Ha-Brookshire, University of Missouri, USA

Spreadsheets to Dye for: Using Excel to Teach and Facilitate the Fiber-Reactive Dyeing Process, Phyllis Bell Miller, Mississippi State University, USA

Symbolic Ingredient Branding to Promote Premier Locally Produced Material in Global Consumer Market: A Case of American Wild Alligator Leather, Chuanlan Liu, Langchao Zhang and Lisa Barona McRoberts, Louisiana State University, USA

The State of Denim Project, Dr. Kate Annett-Hitchcock, Dr. Cynthia Istook, and Dr. Andre West, North Carolina State University, USA



Wednesday November 11, 2015 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Anasazi Ballroom

5:30pm

Grand Poster Session - TAS-Textile/Apparel Science

Comparison of Stain Resistance Property for Nurse's Scrub Jacket, Heajoo Lee and Su Kyoung An, Central Michigan University, USA

Production and Characterization of Bacterial Cellulose Fabrics, Devon Wood, Hang Liu, and Carol J. Salusso, Washington State University, USA

Testing Chinese Ink as a Natural Dyestuff on Silk and Cotton Fabrics: The Foundation for a Collection of Wearable Art, Ling Zhang, Chunhui Xiang, and Eulanda A. Sanders Iowa State University, USA

Understanding Design Preferences and Expectations on Wearable Monitoring Systems for Diabetes, Helen Koo, University of California-Davis, USA; and Dawn Michaelson, Karla Teel, and Dong-Joo Kim, Auburn University, USA



Wednesday November 11, 2015 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Anasazi Ballroom

5:30pm

Grand Poster Session - TD-Technical Design

Evaluation of Knit Technologies for Bridal Wear, Karis R. Foster, Andre West, and Cynthia Istook, North Carolina State University, USA

Thermal Comfort Evaluation of Seam Types in Athletic Bodywear, Eric Beaudette, Cornell University, USA (Student Best Paper, UG - 1st place) Huiju Park, Advisor 


Wednesday November 11, 2015 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Anasazi Ballroom

5:30pm

Grand Poster Session: SSR-Sustainability, Social Responsibility

A Content Analysis of Online Retailers' use of Environmental Claims in Apparel Product Descriptions., Beth Myers, Georgia Southern University, USA

A New Approach to Time in Fashion, Noel Palomo-Lovinski, Kent State University, USA

A New Integrated Framework for the Sustainable Performance of Fast Fashion Firms, Min Jeong Seo, Oregon State University, USA; and Minjeong Kim, Indiana University, USA

An Exploration of Millennial Consumer's Perceptions of Social Responsibility Product Attributes:  USA Made vs. Foreign Made Apparel, Daniela Jankovska, Camille Hensley, Nancy Miller, and Ruoh-Nan (Terry) Yan, Colorado State University, USA

Corporate Social Responsibility in the Apparel Industry:  Linkage between consumer responses and the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act, Hyun-Hwa Lee, Inha University, South Korea; and Yoon Jin Ma, Illinois State University, USA

Creating Customer Values for the Economic Sustainability of Slow Fashion Brands, Sojin Jung, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong; and Byoungho Jin, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA

Does Environmental Education Matter?, Natalie Huntley and Runying Chen, East Carolina University, USA

Effects of Fast Fashion Brands' Sustainability Practices on Brand Equity Formation, Jihyeong Son, Washington State University, USA; and Young-A Lee, Iowa State University, USA

Exploring the Motivations and Decision-Making of Sustainable Apparel Entrepreneurs, Anne Mitchell and Nancy Hodges, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA

Factors Influencing Consumers' Purchase Intention of Green Activewear, Hannah Dong, Changhyun Nam, and Young-A Lee, Iowa State University, USA

Fashion Design Students as "Thrift Mavens": An Interpretive Approach to How Fashion Design Students Can Influence Thrift Shopping, Kendra Lapolla and Jihyun "J." Kim, Kent State University, USA

Fashion Prototypes Made from Environmentally Friendly Leather Substitute (Eco-Leather), Huantian Cao, Richard Wool, Emma Sidoriak, Henley Cook, and Shijin Gong University of Delaware, USA

From Literature Review to Conceptual Model: Apparel Brand's Sustainability Efforts and Consumers' Purchase Decisions, Mijeong Noh, Ohio University, USA; and Kim K. P. Johnson, University of Minnesota, USA

Impact of Sustainability and Ethics Learning on Career Considerations, Gwendolyn Hustvedt, Jiyun Kang, and Beth Wuest, Texas State University, USA

Sustainability Criteria Identified in Global Sourcing Practices : focused on Apparel Manufacturer's Supply Chain, Jiyeon Lee, Ho Jung Choo, So Won Jeong, and Theresa Hyunjin Kwon, Seoul National University, South Korea

Sustainable Clothing from the User's Perspective, Marilyn DeLong, Mary Alice Casto, Yoon Kyung Lee, University of Minnesota, USA; and Seoha Min, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, USA

Too Much Stuff: Motivators of Overconsumption, Courtney King and Pamela S. Norum, University of Missouri, USA



Wednesday November 11, 2015 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Anasazi Ballroom

5:30pm

Grand Poster Session: ADP - Aesthetics, Design, Product Development

ADP-Aesthetics, Design, Product Development

Chemical-resistant Gloves: Views of the Users, Margaret Rucker, Kyle Davis. and Lisa Blecker, University of California at Davis, USA

Creating E-Textile Activities in a Textile Design Course to Engage Female Middle School Students in STEM Learning: An Undergraduate Design Experience, Laurie M. Apple, Kathleen R. Smith, Zola K. Moon,  and Glenda Revelle, University of Arkansas, USA

Designing Apparel for Nigerian Women: Addressing Visual Appeal, Body type and Sizing, Oluwatosin Adelaja and Carol J. Salusso, Washington State University, USA

Designing Formalwear for Female Teenagers with Dress Codes: A Co-creative Approach, Kendra Lapolla, Kent State University, USA

Development of a 3D Neck Model for Chinese Male Professionals, Shanshan Wang, Jiangnan University, China;  Yingjiao Xu, North Carolina State University, USA; and Hongbo Wang, Jiangnan University, China

Development of Half Scale Dress Forms in Active Body Positions for Bicycle Clothing Design and Fit, Arzu Vuruskan, Izmir University of Economics, Turkey; and Susan Ashdown, Cornell University, USA

Dressing Dolls:  Utilizing Lectra in the Product Development Lifecycle of a Specific Target Market, Kathleen R. Smith, University of Arkansas, USA

Exploration of Transformable Garment Design Strategies on Dresses for Sustainability, Helen Koo, University of California, Davis, USA; and Yoon Jin Ma, Illinois State University, USA

Fluency in Making Alternative Ideas is the Heart of Design Process, Jung Soo Lee, Hong-ik University, South Korea; and Charlotte Jirousek, Cornell University, USA

Niche Design: Integrating A Curriculum Progression Specializing in Children's Wear, Sheri L. Dragoo, Texas Woman's University, USA

Preferences of Co-Designed Cultural Textile Products from Guatemala and Peru, Carol Engel-Enright, Carole Makela, and Nancy Miller Colorado State University, USA

Protection against Hip Fracture: Clothing Behaviors and Home Conditions of the Elderly, Mercan Haddad Derafshi and Mary Ruppert-Stroescu, Oklahoma State University, USA

Selection Criteria for Scuba Diver's Wetsuit, Dong-Eun Kim, Ewha Womans University, South Korea; Dawn Michaelson, Auburn University, USA; and Young Ha, California State University-Long Beach, USA

Special Apparel Needs of Consumers with Visual Impairments, Hyo Jung (Julie) Chang,  Texas Tech University, USA; and So Young Lee, Konkuk University, South Korea

Yarn Design Characteristics Which Influence Crafters, Casey R. Stannard, Louisiana State University, USA; and Kathy K. Mullet, Oregon State University, USA



Wednesday November 11, 2015 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Anasazi Ballroom

5:30pm

Grand Poster Session: PED-Pedagogy

A Service-Learning Project with a Local Apparel Business Integrated into Trend Analysis and Forecasting Class, Eundeok Kim, Florida State University, USA

Analysis and Critical Thinking Skills: A Line-for-Line Copy Draping Project, S. Diane Barnard, Auburn University, USA

Assessment of Textile and Apparel Curriculum in Mongolia from the Academia and Industry Perspectives, Jaeil Lee, Seattle Pacific University, USA and Hanyang University, South Korea; Eunjoo Cho, University of Arkansas, USA; and EunJung Kim, Mongolia International University, Mongolia

Authentic Assessment for Basic Clothing Construction: The Practical Final Exam, Janet A. Blood and Terri D. Owens, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA

Case Study: Assessing Student Learning in an Online Apparel Patternmaking Course, Erin M. Monfort-Nelson and Ellen McKinney, Iowa State University, USA

Collaborative Instructor Team Approaches on a Market Positioning Project for a Non- Profit SME Retailer: Understanding from the Social Capital Theory, Jihyun (J) Kim and Marjorie Wachowiak, Kent State University, USA

Design Identity Formation and Self-Reflection Strategies in the Development of Students' Design ePortfolio, Christin Seifert and Veena Chattaraman, Auburn University, USA

Development of Schematic Tool for Use in a Senior Capstone Course, Jennifer Jorgensen and Rita Kean, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA

Does an Online Professional Master's Program Meet Student Expectations?, Linda Manikowske, North Dakota State University, USA; Nancy Lyons, South Dakota State University, USA; Melody LeHew, Kansas State University, USA; and Shubhapriya Bennur, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA

Effects of Training on Student Creativity: A Comparison of Different Assessments, Anna Perry, Colorado State University, USA; and Elena Karpova, Iowa State University, USA

Exploring Naïve Spatial Understanding in Patternmaking, Kristen Morris, Susan Ashdown, Charlotte Coffman, Fran Kozen, Katherine Dao, and Denise Green Cornell University, USA; and Lucy E. Dunne and Jordyn Reich, University of Minnesota, USA

Exploring Theatrical Costume Design in Fashion: an Interdisciplinary Production of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, Seunghye Cho, Framingham State University, USA

From Istanbul to New York: Bi-Cultural Learning Experience in Fashion Design, Gozde Goncu-Berk, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

Importance of Exploratory Writing in Critical Thinking and Learning, Juyoung Lee, Mississippi State University, USA; and Jihyeong Son, Washington State University, USA

Incorporating Multimodal Projects for Enhancing Millennial Learning, Olivia Johnson and Veena Chattaraman, Auburn University, USA

Information Literacy for Design and Merchandising Students: Exploring the Process with Information Specialists, Deborah Christiansen, Mary Embry, and Jon Racek, Indiana University, USA

One Thousand Two Hundred Sixty Motifs: Getting Students to Draw When They Think They Can't Draw, Anne Porterfield, North Carolina State University, USA

Pilot Study of Examining the Effectiveness of Cooperative Learning (CL) vs. Individualistic Learning (IL) in Fashion Illustration Class, Ling Zhang and Eulanda A. Sanders, Iowa State University, USA

Preparing Our Students for the Multichannel Retailing World, Sarah Song Southworth, University of Missouri, USA

Problem Based Learning: Jeanswear Design for Rare Disease Day, Seoha Min, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA; and Jennifer Yurchisin, University of Minnesota, USA

Promoting Experiential Learning and Community Engagement through a Student Pop-up Shop, Ashli Ree, Middlesex Community College, USA

Service Learning for University Students:  Convergence of Fashion Coursework and Community Service to Develop Leadership and Management Skills through the Planet Style Project, Anna A. Magie, Deborah D. Young, Texas Woman's University, USA

Service-Learning in Design, Creating Meaningful Community-Engagement in the Studio, Kristin A Caskey, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA

She Didn't Teach. We Had to Learn it Ourselves: Flipping the Apparel Classroom With and Without Technology, Ashley Hasty, Indiana University, USA

Sketching as a Tool to Measure Concept Application in an Informal Learning Environment, Kristen Morris, Charlotte Coffman, Fran Kozen, Katherine Dao, Denise Green, Susan Ashdown,  Cornell University, USA; and Lucy E. Dunne and Jordyn Reich, University of Minnesota, USA

Student Attitudes toward Educational Approaches and Assessment Techniques:  A Retail Merchandising Course Outcomes Assessment, Amrut Sadachar, Auburn University, USA; and Sara Jablon, Linda Niehm, and Jessica Hurst, Iowa State University, USA

Student, Faculty, and Industry Perceptions of the Development and Use of Massive Open Online Courses in Clothing and Textiles Education: Continuing Studies, Genna Reeves-DeArmond, Kansas State University, USA; Jennifer Mower, Central Michigan University, USA; and Keith Nishida, Woodbury University, USA

Utilizing Reflective Writing and Design Theory to Improve Student Learning Outcomes, Casey R. Stannard and Lindsay Danielle Reaves,  Louisiana State University, USA

Virtual Prototyping for Planning from Product Design to Retail Store Visualizations and Simulations, Ju-Young M. Kang, University of Hawai`i at Manoa, USA

What Do Students Really Learn From a Fashion Show? A Theoretical Approach to a Project-based Learning Activity, Charles Freeman, Phyllis Bell Miller, Caroline Kobia, and Juyoung Lee, Mississippi State University, USA

 



Wednesday November 11, 2015 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Anasazi Ballroom

5:30pm

Grand Poster Session: SPA-Social/Psychological Aspects

Clothing Communication via Social Media: A Decision Tree Predictive Model, So Young Song, University of Tennessee, USA; Erin Cho, Parsons, The New School for Design, USA; Youn-Kyung Kim, University of Tennessee, USA; and Theresa Hyunjin Kwon, Seoul National University, South Korea

Effects of Stress on Dressing and Eating Behaviors of Chinese Female Students, Grace Douglas, Diana Saiki, Mickala Ritter, and Jay Kandiah, Ball State University, USA

Every Garment Tells a Story: Menswear, Memory and Ageing, Ben Barry, Ryerson University, Canada; and Nathaniel Weiner, York University, Canada

Luxury Fashion Consumption: The Interplay of Guilt and Pleasure, Chung-Wha Ki, University of Tennessee, USA; Kang-Bok Lee, Auburn University, USA; and Youn-Kyung Kim, University of Tennessee, USA

Negotiating between Two Identities: A Preliminary Qualitative Exploration of Clothing Practices among Korean Male College Students in the U.S., MinJung Park and Marilyn Bruin, University of Minnesota, USA

Rethinking Fashion Therapy: Theoretical and Practical Foundations for Value Creations in Clothing and Textiles Discipline, Hyungjin Son1, Sunwoo Kim,and Yuri Lee,Seoul National University, South Korea; Jihyun Lee, Sejong University, South Korea; and Saeeun Lee, Seoul National University, South Korea

The American Lolita Subculture: An Exploration of Self-Authentication, Postmodernism, and Social Belonging, Miranda Williams, Anne Mitchell, and Nancy Hodge, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA

The Effects of Sexism and Self-Concept on Body Satisfaction and Clothing Style Preferences for College Students, Hyo Jung (Julie) Chang, and Miseong Kim, Texas Tech University,USA

Women's Body Image Throughout the Adult Life Span: A Living History Approach, Minsun Lee and Mary Lynn Damhorst, Iowa State University, USA



Wednesday November 11, 2015 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Anasazi Ballroom

6:30pm

Taste of Hollywood Fitting Design

Joe Vecchiarelli will be doing a presentation with a taste of Hollywood fashion. The presentation will consist of Joe’s work with several TV shows such as Dancing with the Stars and Fashion Star presented through PowerPoint. During the presentation in a fabulous Hollywood style, prizes will be given away to the audience. Don’t miss this once in a life time event and share the excitement.


Speakers
JV

Joe Vecchiarelli

Fashion Supplies


Wednesday November 11, 2015 6:30pm - 7:45pm
De Vargas

6:30pm

6:30pm

Managing Your Academic Career

This panel discussion is designed/intended to focus on strategizing the academic professional’s career beyond teaching and research with an emphasis on service and leadership roles to gain knowledge and experience. Topics will include communication skills, organizational skills, and seeking out appropriate opportunities for professional and leadership growth. Skills related to managing a committee, chairing a committee, and learning the policies of a university will be discussed with a focus on identifying “smart service” activities.

Panelists: Lynn M. Boorady, SUNY - Buffalo State, USA; Kathleen Rees, Texas A&M University-Kingsville, USA; and Linda Welters, University of Rhode Island, USA 


Speakers
avatar for Lynn Boorady

Lynn Boorady

Chair and Associate Professor, SUNY - Buffalo State


Wednesday November 11, 2015 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Zia C

8:00pm

Gaining Knowledge through COTTON UNIVERSITYTM

Increase your understanding of cotton textiles through education and a networking community. Hear what’s new this fall from COTTON UNIVERSITY TM, the leading textile resource for industry professionals, students and faculty! 


Speakers
LP

Laura Perdue

Cotton Incorporated


Wednesday November 11, 2015 8:00pm - 8:30pm
De Vargas
 
Thursday, November 12
 

7:15am

ITAA Board Meeting
Thursday November 12, 2015 7:15am - 8:15am
Anasazi North

8:00am

8:00am

Registration Open
Thursday November 12, 2015 8:00am - 5:00pm
Eldorado Ballroom

8:30am

Simone Cipriani, Chief Technical Advisor, United Nations Ethnical Fashion Initiative, Geneva, Switzerland

Plenary Session: Simone Cipriani, Chief Technical Advisor, United Nations Ethnical Fashion Initiative, Geneva, Switzerland


Moderators
ML

Mary Littrell

Colorado State Univeristy

Speakers
avatar for Simone Cipriani

Simone Cipriani

Chief Technical Advisor, United Nations Ethnical Fashion Initiative
Simone Cipriani is an officer of the United Nations. He created and he manages the Ethical Fashion Initiative of the International Trade Centre (ITC), which is a joint agency of the United Nations and the WTO. The Ethical Fashion Initiative harnesses the power of fashion as a vehicle out of poverty by connecting top designers, including Vivienne Westwood and Stella McCartney, to marginalized artisans in East Africa, West Africa and Haiti... Read More →


Thursday November 12, 2015 8:30am - 9:45am
Eldorado Ballroom

10:00am

Concurrent Breakout Session #2: Body Image

A Self-efficacy Approach to Mediating Gender Disparity in Body Satisfaction, Breda Fitzgerald and Carol J. Salusso, Washington State University, USA

Application of Children's Figural Scale to Compare Actual, Perceived, and Desired Self Images, Karla Teel, Pamela Ulrich, and Ali Zaremba Morgan, Auburn University,  USA

Her Choice: Identity Formation and Dress Among Iranian, Muslim Women Living in the United States, Alexandra Howell, Columbia College Chicago, USA; and Leslie D. Burns, Oregon State University, USA

Women's Body Image Throughout the Adult Life Span: A Latent Growth Modeling Approach, Minsun Lee and Mary Lynn Damhorst, Iowa State University, USA


Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Leslie Davis Burns

Leslie Davis Burns

President, Responsible Global Fashion LLC
Responsible Global Fashion LLC provides consulting services and continuing education resources around responsible designing, sourcing, production, and distribution of fashion merchandise within the global fashion industries.


Thursday November 12, 2015 10:00am - 11:15am
Zia B

10:00am

Concurrent Breakout Session #2: Different Perspectives of Apparel and Textiles Education

Apparel and Textiles Education: A Case for Rural-Urban Interface, Alyssa Adomaitis, CUNY, College of Technology, USA; and Diana Saiki, Ball State University, USA

Criteria Decision Matrix Applied to Pedagogy: A Pilot Study for Fashion Art Studio, Adriana Gorea and Katya Roelse, University of Delaware, USA

Global Competence and Sustainability in the Apparel and Textile Curriculum, Kim Hahn, Kent State University, USA; Yoon Jin Ma, Illinois State University, USA; and Qiong (Sarah) Tao, Kent State University, USA

Student and Faculty Perceptions of Online Clothing and Textile Courses, Genna Reeves-DeArmond, Kansas State University, USA;  Jennifer Mower, Central Michigan University, USA; and Keith Nishida, Woodbury University, USA



Thursday November 12, 2015 10:00am - 11:15am
De Vargas

10:00am

Concurrent Breakout Session #2: Functional Textile and Apparel Aesthetics, Comfort and Safety

Functional Textile and Apparel Aesthetics, Comfort and Safety

Presider: Lucy Dunne, University of Minnesota

Assessing Antibacterial Property, UV Protection, and Thermal Comfort of Nanosilver Treated Cotton and Polyester Knit Fabrics for Sportswear, Rui Li, Iowa State University, USA;  Jie Yang, Tsinghua University, China; and  Chunhui Xiang, Iowa State University, USA

Evaluation of a Modular Layering Approach for Heat Loss Improvement in Structural Firefighter Turnout Garments, Meredith McQuerry, Emiel DenHartog, and  Roger Barker, North Carolina State University, USA

Sensing Lower Body Lifting Posture through Disposable Sensing Coveralls, Cheol-Hong Min, Minnesota State University, USA; and Crystal Compton and Lucy E. Dunne, University of Minnesota, USA

The Impacts of Inverted Pleats on Fabric Drapability, Elham Maqsood, King Abdul Aziz University, Saudi Arabia and Oregon State University, USA; and Hsiou-Lien Chen, Oregon State University, USA



Thursday November 12, 2015 10:00am - 11:15am
Zia C

10:00am

Concurrent Breakout Session #2: Sustainability and Consumer Behavior

A Qualitative Study of Women's Apparel Disposal Decision Making, Jenna Bubna and Pamela Norum, University of Missouri, USA

Exploring the Role of Personal Values and Moral Norms towards Consumers' Intentions to Patronize Apparel Retail Brands Engaged in Corporate Social Responsibility, Sonali Diddi, Colorado State University, USA; and Linda S. Niehm, Iowa State University, USA

Sustainable Stewardship: The Heuristic-Systemic Approach to Sustainable Attitude-Behavior Gap, Stacy Lee, University of Missouri, USA; and  HaeJung Kim and Kiseol Yang, University of North Texas, USA

What's Mine is Yours: Does Fashion Leadership Impede Clothing Renting and Swapping? Chunmin Lang and Cosette Armstrong,  Oklahoma State University, USA


Moderators
Speakers

Thursday November 12, 2015 10:00am - 11:15am
Anasazi North

10:00am

[Concurrent Breakout Sessions #2]: Fashion Changes and the Sense of Self

Cyclical Changes in Women's Heel Height and Relationships between Heel Height and Economy, Soohyun Kim, University of Georgia, USA; Insook Ahn, Chung-Ang University, South Korea

Do I Know My Body Size? An Examination of College Students Involved in Fashion,  Su-Jeong Hwang Shin and Hyo Jung (Julie) Chang, Texas Tech University, USA

For the Love of Sewing, Megan Strickfaden and Carolina Amaral University of Alberta, Canada

Impact of Macro-economic Factors on the Hemline Cycles, Soohyun Kim, University of Georgia, USA; Insook Ahn, Chung-Ang University, South Korea



Thursday November 12, 2015 10:00am - 11:15am
Zia A

10:00am

[Concurrent Breakout Sessions #2]: Unraveling Neuro-Physiological Responses: Connecting the Mind, Body and Brain for Textile and Apparel Research

Researchers, who have successfully conducted research using various neuro-physiological measures will discuss theoretical underpinnings, methodological techniques and related research in the areas of electrocardiography (heart-rate), facial electromyography (facial muscle activity), galvanic skin response (sweat/skin conductance), eye-tracking, electroencephalography, and functional magnetic resonance imaging (neural/ brain activity). The goal of this session is to introduce fellow researchers to the unique field of neuro-physiology and provide them with resources to investigate their own future research questions using neuro-physiological measures.

Panelists: Hyunjoo Im, University of Minnesota, USA; Veena Chattaraman, Auburn University, USA; Seung-Eun (Joy) Lee, Central Michigan University, USA; Haewon Ju, Framingham State University, USA

 


Thursday November 12, 2015 10:00am - 11:15am
Anasazi South

10:00am

Mounted Design Exhibit: Day 2 - Graduate Student

Over Easy Rider 

Brianna Plummer, Iowa State University, USA

 

Industrial Revolution 

Anne Porterfield, North Carolina State University, USA

 

Precious Circle - Zero-waste Design 

Elahe Saeidi and Virginia Wimberley University of Alabama, USA

 

Cutting to Make a Lace 

Eonyou Shin, Iowa State University, USA

 

Renascence 

Lushan Sun, University of Missouri, USA

 

All Around the World 

Katie Thompson, Iowa State University, USA

 

Scaled 

Katie Thompson, Iowa State University, USA

 

Beautiful Protector, a 3D Printed Neckpiece 

Jennise Thurston, and Michael Mamp, Central Michigan University, USA

 

LED Illuminated Cloth for Bicyclists 

Bingyue Wei, Mary Ruppert-Stroescu, Mei Kewa, and Janice Sulaiman, Oklahoma State University, USA

 

Chinese Garden from Upcycled Used Clothing 

Ling Zhang and Chanmi Hwang Iowa State University, USA

 

Life of Earth: Hope 

Ling Zhang Iowa State University, USA



Thursday November 12, 2015 10:00am - 2:30pm
Chapel

10:00am

Mounted Design Exhibit: Day 2 - Professional

Distortion of Spoken 

Seoha Min, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA

 

Buttoned Up 

Linda Ohrn-McDaniel, Kent State University, USA

 

The Plan de Paris - Giverny 

Belinda T. Orzada, University of Delaware, USA

 

Balenciaga and Spain 

Belinda T. Orzada, University of Delaware, USA

 

I Am Am I 

Noel Palomo-Lovinski, Kent State University, USA

 

Forgive Me Never 

Noel Palomo-Lovinski, Kent State University, USA

 

You've Come A Long Way Baby 

Noel Palomo-Lovinski Kent State University, USA

 

Shadow Boxing 

Jean Parsons, University of Missouri, USA

 

Faces of El Salvador 

Jean Parsons and Kathleen Kowalsky, University of Missouri, USA

 

The Anatomy of Identity 

Emily J. Pascoe, Montclair State University, USA

 

Glass to Fabric: Dale Chihuly's Blown Glass Inspired Design 

Anupama Pasricha, St. Catherine’s University, USA

 

Sculptural Fashion 

Anna Perry, Colorado State University, USA

 

The Chinese phoenix 

Anna Perry, Colorado State University, USA

 

The Pout 

Vincent Quevedo, Kent State University, USA

 

You're Too Pretty To Be Gay. Activism on the Body through Representations and Negotiations of Queer Femme Invisibility 

Kelly Reddy-Best, San Francisco State University, USA

 

Tribute to Schiaparelli 

Carol J. Salusso and Dongming Zhao, Washington State University, USA

 

Lightening Striking 

Carol J. Salusso and Dongming Zhao, Washington State University, USA

 

Revival of Hejaz Tribal Embroidery Using Digital Design Technology 

Sahar Ejeimi and Diane Sparks Colorado State University, USA

 

Digital West-African-Inspired Batik Meets Traditional European Crochet 

Sara Dudek and Diane Sparks, Colorado State University, USA

 

Pearls Become Swine 

Casey Stannard, Louisiana State University, USA

 

The Ulster Coat Reborn: A Versatile Coatdress 

Mikyoung Whang, Centenary College, USA

 

Blue Cypress - Brushstrokes IV 

Eunyoung Yang, Meredith College, USA

 

Waterfalls 

Eunyoung Yang, Meredith College, USA

 

Melancholy 

Eunyoung Yang, Meredith College,USA



Thursday November 12, 2015 10:00am - 2:30pm
Chapel

10:00am

11:30am

Lunch General Session with Keynote Speech by Judy Frater, Janet Else International Visiting Scholar/Practitioner

Lunch General Session

Presider: Jane Hegland, VP of Planning

Keynote:  Judy Frater, International Scholar

Topic of Keynote Address:

Valuing the Unique: Matching the Maker and the Market for International Craft

 

  

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Judy Frater

Judy Frater

International Scholar


Thursday November 12, 2015 11:30am - 1:15pm
Eldorado Ballroom

1:30pm

Concurrent Breakout Session #3: Apparel Outsourcing versus Domestic Production: An Ongoing Debate

Presider: Sheng Lu, University of Delaware

Apparel Products from a Country Not Known for Apparel: The Halo Effects of Country Image and Well-known Product Category, Hongjoo Woo, Byoungho Jin, & Bharath Ramkumar The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA

Apparel Reshoring Movement: A Case Study of a Made-in-USA Business Model, Jessica Del Carmen and Ting Chi, Washington State University, USA

Importance of Guanxi in Chinese Apparel New Venture Success: Mixed Method Approach, Li Zhao and Jung Ha-Brookshire, University of Missouri, USA

Potential Impact of the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (T-TIP) on Related Textile and Apparel Trade Flows, Sheng Lu, University of Delaware, USA



Thursday November 12, 2015 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Zia B

1:30pm

Concurrent Breakout Session #3: Design and Product Development with Integration and Innovation

An Exploratory Study of the Impact of Optical Illusion Garments on Women's Self-Perceptions, Jessica Ridgway, Florida State University, USA;  Jean Parsons, University of Missouri, USA; and MyungHee Sohn, California State University-Long Beach, USA

Apparel Needs and Expectations Model: A New Paradigm of the Apparel Product Development Process, Laurel Romeo, Louisiana State University, USA; and Young-A Lee, Iowa State University, USA

Strategic Illusions: Collaborative Teaching Project, Lynn Boorady,  Elaine Polvinen and Denise Needham, SUNY - Buffalo State, USA

Too New or too Complex? Why Consumer's Aesthetic Sensitivity Matters in Product Evaluation, Christin Seifert and Veena Chattaraman, Auburn University, USA



Thursday November 12, 2015 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Anasazi North

1:30pm

Concurrent Breakout Session #3: Professional Development through Forming Collaboration

Presider: Linda Niehm, Iowa State University

A University and Community Partnership for Enhancing Rural Business Performance and Sustainability: The Iowa Retail Initiative, Linda S. Niehm, Jessica L. Hurst, and Hui Tan, Iowa State University, USA

BAM! SPLAT! ZING! Fashion Design Students Empower Critically Ill Children by Arming Them with Superhero Capes, Julianne Attmann, and Jeannie Schuberth, The Art Institute of Colorado, USA

The Market Day Simulation:  Collaboration through Experience, Coutney Cothren, Kirsteen Buchanan, and Monica McMurry Stephens College, USA

The Needs for Interdisciplinary Collaborations for Preparing Future Fashion Technocrats, Deepika Raj and Jung Ha-Brookshire,  University of Missouri,Columbia, USA



Thursday November 12, 2015 1:30pm - 2:45pm
De Vargas

1:30pm

Concurrent Breakout Session #3: Psychological Aspects of Consumer Behavior

Presider: Hye-Shin Kim, University of Delaware

An Exploration of Body Image Perceptions and Education Needs of Military Parents of Preschool Children, Hyo Jung (Julie) Chang, Debra Reed,  Barent McCool, and Morgan Ziegler, Texas Tech University, USA

I "Heart" You: The Effects of Consumer' Schema Congruity/Incongruity on Attention, Recognition and Evaluation of Fair Labor Messages from Apparel Brands, Gargi Bhaduri, Kent state University, USA; and Jung Ha-Brookshire, University of Missouri, USA

No Problem, I'll Just Return It! Purchase Effort, Product Returns, and Cognitive Dissonance, Hye-Shin Kim, University of Delaware, USA

Possessions and the Transition from Working to Retired Self, Lina M. Ceballos, The University of North Carolina Greensboro, USA  and Universidad EAFIT, Colombia; and Nancy  Nelson Hodges, The University of North Carolina Greensboro, USA



Thursday November 12, 2015 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Zia C

1:30pm

Concurrent Breakout Session #3: Social Media and eWOM in Retailing

Presider: Wi-Suk Kwon, Auburn University

Let Me Tell You a Story!: Effects of Electronic Word-of-Mouth on Brand Value Co-Creation and Brand Trust in Social Media, Christin Seifert and Wi-Suk Kwon, Auburn University, USA

User-generated Content across Social Media: An Apparel vs. Service Brand Comparison, Songyee Hur and Sejin Ha, University of Tennessee Knoxville, USA

Consumers' Narrative Transportation on Social Media: A Study of Instagram of Fashion Brands, Ran Huang and Sejin Ha, University of Tennessee Knoxville, USA; and Jee-Sun Park, Incheon National University, South Korea

How Consumers Form Attitude towards A Brand's Facebook Page from Friends' "Likes", Md Sanuwar Rashid and Wi-Suk Kwon, Auburn University, USA



Thursday November 12, 2015 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Zia A

1:30pm

Concurrent Breakout Session #3: Seminar Session - Fiber and Place

Seminar Session - Fiber and Place
*Special Topic Session in Seminar Format

Coordinators: Denise Green, Cornell University, USA; Connie Ulasewicz, San Franciso State University, USA; and Susan Kaiser, University of California-Davis, USA

 

The Fiber and Place seminar session will explore the multi-sited nature of fiber, tracing lifecycles, supply chains, identity politics, aesthetics, production/consumption and epistemologies to understand how places are produced, transformed and engaged through fiber.        

2:45pm-5:00pm     Session continues in same room with planned activities and film screenings.

  

 

Participants:
Lauren Michel and Young-A Lee, Iowa State University, USA;
Teena  Jennings, University of Akron, USA; 
Anna Burckhardt, New York University, USA; 
Mary Ruppert-Stroescu, Oklahoma State University, USA;
Sandra Keiser, Mount Mary University, USA; 
Belinda Orzada and Jo Kallal, University of Delaware, USA;
Sharon Kilfoyle, Textile Artist;
Helen Trejo, Cornell University, USA;
Jennifer Ayres, New York University, USA;
Leslie Davis Burns, Oregon State University, USA;
Jen Hoover, University of California-Davis, USA; and 
Sherry Haar, Kansas State University, USA

  

Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Leslie Davis Burns

Leslie Davis Burns

President, Responsible Global Fashion LLC
Responsible Global Fashion LLC provides consulting services and continuing education resources around responsible designing, sourcing, production, and distribution of fashion merchandise within the global fashion industries.
avatar for Sherry Haar

Sherry Haar

Professor, Kansas State University


Thursday November 12, 2015 1:30pm - 2:45pm
Anasazi South

3:00pm

Sponsor Presentation: Lectra’s Digital Presentation of Modaris3D V7R2 and Diamino’s Newest Release V6R2
Sophie Gervais, Lectra's Senior Solution Expert, will demonstrate Lectra’s Modaris 3D V7R2, the powerful solution for pattern making, grading and 3D virtual prototyping. Plus, Sophie will showcase the latest release of Diamino V6R2, Lectra’s pre-costing and marker-making solution.  Lectra's Modaris 3D technology is a revolutionary approach to apparel product development. Adopted with leading global brands as the "go-to" design and preproduction tool to meet the demands of shorter lead times, while also improving product quality and realizing cost savings.


Thursday November 12, 2015 3:00pm - 4:30pm
De Vargas

3:00pm

4:30pm

Sponsor Presentation: New Digital Resource for Fashion Education and Scholarship

Bloomsbury Publishing and Fairchild Books unveil Bloomsbury Fashion Central, a new digital platform packed with classroom, research and teaching content in one convenient place. With over 600,000 never-before-seen digitally published fashion images, video content, original articles, and more, it will be a perfect resource for any fashion professor, student or scholar. Presenters will give an overview of the product and how it has been designed to meet the needs of students, academics, and instructors, and then invite the feedback of attendees and take questions.



Thursday November 12, 2015 4:30pm - 5:00pm
Zia C

4:30pm

Legacy Group Gathering
Event for Legacy Group members only

Thursday November 12, 2015 4:30pm - 6:00pm
President's Suite, 5th floor

5:00pm

CTRJ Meeting - Editorial Staff and Editorial Board Members
For Editorial Staff and Editorial Board Members only

Thursday November 12, 2015 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Chaparral Boardroom, 3rd floor

5:00pm

Sponsor Presentation: How to Get Published: A Presentation and Q&A

James Campbell will give a presentation focusing on Intellect and the companies publishing program. The presentation will include a section on some important dos and don’ts when it comes to submitting a book proposal or journal article for consideration. This will be followed by a Q&A session.


Speakers

Thursday November 12, 2015 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Zia A

5:00pm

Sponsor Presentation: The Evolution of Technology in the Classroom and Its Parallel in the Industry

When we look at technology in the world of education, we tend to do so from current perspective. However, technology and innovations in technology have always been important in education. We can go back to the early 1900’s with the introduction of the radio and on-air classes, to the overhead projector, videotapes, Skinner Testing Machine, and even the handheld calculator in the 1970’s. The 1980’s saw the introduction of computers and the flood gates opened up. Today, a laptop or tablet is common for most students and forget your heavy Biology books, we now have eBooks.  In the same way, schools teaching courses in design, pattern making, and merchandising must look at the new technologies available to best prepare their students to enter the modern workforce.

 

Schools need to look into the evolution of technology in the industry, where CAD is no longer sequestered within the 4 walls of the pattern making room and provide their students with the knowledge of how their skills can span across multiple avenues of the business, design, e-comm, marketing, store planning, merchandising, sales and so much more.  It is the obligation of higher learning to best prepare their students to enter the modern workforce with the tools for today and the vision for tomorrow. We at Optitex are proud partners of this initiative at universities nationwide.

 

  

Speakers
avatar for Lynn Boorady

Lynn Boorady

Chair and Associate Professor, SUNY - Buffalo State


Thursday November 12, 2015 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Zia B

6:00pm

Sponsor Presentation: The Use of Half-Scale Dress Forms in the Classroom and In Professional Development

The use of half-scale forms in conjunction with CAD for patternmaking is changing the dynamic in the classroom, as students can create using fewer resources: less space, less material, and less time in initial development of patterns, patterns that are ready for first prototype once they are digitized into the CAD system and scaled up. The use of half-scale can also benefit us as professionals, opening a pathway to more efficient development of our own creative practice, and, with the Halfscale Forum, connecting us with our peers across the country, across the world, and from academia to industry. Come see and experience the process of creating on the half-scale form in the classroom and in our own studios. Participants of the Halfscale Forum pilot test and anyone interested in participating in this forum in the future are invited to come and netowrk. Alvanon will also announce the details of their student Half-Scale Design Competition!



Thursday November 12, 2015 6:00pm - 6:30pm
De Vargas

6:00pm

Private Reception and Shopping Opportunity - at Eileen Fisher Store

See registration desk for more information.

Eileen Fisher Store, 142 Lincoln Avenue, Suite 101

 

  

Thursday November 12, 2015 6:00pm - 8:00pm
See registration desk for information

7:30pm

Graduate Student Fireside Chat - Led by Gwendolyn S O’Neal
Graduate Student Fireside Chat
Led by Gwendolyn S O’Neal, Ph.D.,  Professor Emerita, Department of Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies, University of North Carolina at Greensboro


Thursday November 12, 2015 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Anasazi North

7:30pm

Round 2: What Does Textile and Apparel Interdisciplinary Research and Education Look Like in the 21st Century?

A key action item that surfaced from last year’s special topic session on the future of our field was interdisciplinary research and education. At this year’s session we will focus discussion on how to facilitate and encourage interdisciplinary research and education.  We will discuss the types of interdisciplinary work to which textile and apparel scholars could contribute on a national and/or global level, and brainstorm how textiles and apparel could remain important within the interdisciplinary collaborations. Specifically, following the Art of Participatory Leadership technique, we will focus on: (a) SWOT analysis of the discipline (or program); (b) grand challenges that we could address providing solutions (and potential funding sources, such as NIH, USDA, or NSF that require interdisciplinary research teams); (c) niche areas that require our unique expertise; (d) areas to improve; and (e) ways to initiate/implement interdisciplinary research and education.

 

Participants: We welcome all ITAA members.

  

Moderators
Thursday November 12, 2015 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Anasazi South
 
Friday, November 13
 

7:30am

Breakfast with Business and Town Hall Meetings

Breakfast, Business Meeting, Town Hall Meeting

Presider:  Mary Lynn Damhorst, ITAA Counselor

Business Meeting: Elizabeth Bye, ITAA President

Town Hall Meeting:  Tammy Kinley, ITAA President-Elect


Moderators
avatar for Elizabeth Bye

Elizabeth Bye

Professor and Department Head, Apparel Design Program, University of Minnesota
Specialties & ExpertiseWearable Product Design Center: Innovations StudioSizing and FitHigh Tech/High TouchApparel TechnologyCurrent ProjectsProtective Apparel funded by 3MImpact of culturally Sensitive Apparel Co-Design on the Physical Activity of East African Adolescent Girls funded by Minnesota Agricultural Experiment StationMethodology for Materials Selection

Friday November 13, 2015 7:30am - 9:00am
Eldorado Ballroom

7:30am

Registration Open
Friday November 13, 2015 7:30am - 12:00pm
Eldorado Ballroom

9:00am

Concurrent Breakout Session #4: Student Best Papers

Student Best Papers – (extra time to accommodate 6 presentations)

Presider: Eulanda Sanders, Iowa State University

Effective Fashion Brand Extensions: The Impact of Limited Edition and Perceived Fit on Consumers' Urgency to Buy and Brand Dilution (Doctoral - 2nd place)

Michelle L. Childs, The University of Tennessee; Byoungho Jin, Advisor

Why Forward Viral Fashion Messages? The Moderating Roles of  Consumers' Fashion Traits and Message Traits (Doctoral - 1st place)

Caroline Kobia, Mississippi State University; Chuanlan Liu, Advisor

Consumers' Acceptance of Wearable Technology:  Antecedents in a Technology Acceptance Model (MS - 2nd place)

Chanmi Hwang, Iowa State University; Eulanda Sanders, Advisor

Development and Evaluation of Nurses' Scrub Jacket through the Functional Design Process (MS - 1st place)

Heajoo Lee, Central Michigan University Su Kyoung An, Advisor

The Furry Fandom: Constructing a Costumed Society for Identity Exploration    (UG - 2nd place)

Emily Satinsky, Cornell University; Denise Green, Advisor

Thermal Comfort Evaluation of Seam Types in Athletic Bodywear (UG - 1st place)

Eric Beaudette, Cornell University; Huiju Park, Advisor

**Beaudette's paper is presented in the Wednesday poster session.

 



Friday November 13, 2015 9:00am - 10:30am
Anasazi South

9:00am

Mounted Design Exhibit: Day 3 - Undergraduate Student
Designers with designs from 9:00-9:30 am

Undergraduate Student

Diagonal Paine

Carolyn Wooden, Central Michigan University, USA

Design Mentor: Su Kyoung An

 

Shrapnel

Clayton Storm Hall, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA

Design Mentor: Deidra Arrington

 

Change. Work. Persevere

David Wild, Cornell University, USA

Design Mentor: Susan Ashdown

 

Going the Distance

Caroline Donelan, Cornell University, USA

Design Mentor: Susan Ashdown and Huiju Park

 

The Historical Inspiration of Structuring Beauty: An Unconventional Wedding Dress

Sandra Kimble, Tarleton State University, USA

Design Mentor: Karol Blaylock

 

Rhythmism

Jennifer Kim, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA

Design Mentor: Kristin Caskey

 

Classical Allure

Zoe Pulley, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA

Design Mentor: Kristin Caskey

 

Zero Waste Ensemble

Zoe Pulley, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA

Design Mentor: Kristin Caskey

 

Reign

Taylor Graves, Western Michigan University, USA

Design Mentor: Nicole Eckerson

 

Il Duomo: Catterdrale

Christiana Boretti, North Carolina State University, USA

Design Mentor: A Blanton Godfrey

 

The White Paper Bride

Ashton Roach, Delta State University, USA

Design Mentor: Janice Haynes

 

Wearing the Story

Kirsten Stroven, Delta State University, USA

Design Mentor: Janice Haynes

 

Linear Motion

Madeline Moore, Columbia College Chicago, USA

Design Mentors: Alexandra Howell and Audrean Jurgens

 

Ghost In The Machine

Kraig Pieper, Columbia College Chicago, USA

Design Mentors: Alexandra Howell and Audrean Jurgens

 

Collected, Cut and Recreated Dress

Gabrielle Sanehira, University of Hawai`i at Manoa, USA

Design Mentor: Ju-Young M. Kang

 

Legacy: the Past to the Present and Men to Women

Ayaka Hosomi, University of Hawai`i at Manoa, USA

Design Mentor: Ju-Young M. Kang

 

Ortho-Litho Film

Gabrielle Sanehira, University of Hawai`i at Manoa, USA

Design Mentor: Ju-Young M. Kang

 

Always

Sara Sybesma, Mount Mary University, USA

Design Mentor: Sandra Keiser

 

Paper Crane

Emily Ristow, Mount Mary University, USA

Design Mentor: Sandra Keiser

 

Dove

Pa Kou Vang, Mount Mary University, USA

Design Mentor: Sandra Keiser

 

The Gypsy Princess

Maritza Pinedo, California State University-Northridge, USA

Design Mentor: Jongeun Kim

 

Finale

Kara Walker, North Carolina State University, USA

Design Mentor: Traci Lamar

 

Golden Bee

Sanja Grgic, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA

Design Mentor: Seoha Min

 

Travel to My Memory

Nhi Tran, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA

Design Mentor: Seoha Min

 

Cumulus

Tara Higgins, Moore College of Art and Design, USA

Design Mentor: Colleen Moretz

 

Look Into My Eyes

Tara Higgins, Moore College of Art and Design, USA

Design Mentor: Colleen Moretz

 

 

Pleat Perspectives

Amanda Smith, University of Missouri, USA

Design Mentor: Jean Parsons

 

Architectural Clarity

Kathleen Kowalsky, University of Missouri, USA

Design Mentor: Jean Parsons

 

Water Prism

Callie Norment Shikles, University of Missouri, USA

Design Mentor: Jean Parsons

 

 

 

Destrozada

Madeline Kamal, North Carolina State University, USA

Design Mentor: Jane Porterfield

 

Enslaved

Morgan Wilkins, North Carolina State University, USA

Design Mentor: Jane Porterfield

 

Coordination

Thuy Nguyen, Columbus College of Art and Design, USA

Design Mentor: Rebecca Robinson

 

The Rise

Thuy Nguyen, Columbus College of Art and Design, USA

Design Mentor: Rebecca Robinson

 

Girl Gang

Mackenzie Robinson, California State University-Long Beach, USA

Design Mentor: MyungHee Sohn

 

Ringleader Memoirs

Michelle Therese Graff, California State University-Long Beach, USA

Design Mentor: MyungHee Sohn

 

Eclipse Solar

Carolina Arboleda, Centenary College, USA

Design Mentor: Mikyoung Whang

 

A Magical Labyrinth

Diana Alvarez, Centenary College, USA

Design Mentor: Mikyoung Whang


Speakers
DA

Diana Alvarez

Centenary College, USA
CA

Carolina Arboleda

Centenary College, USA
MT

Michelle Therese Graff

California State University-Long Beach, USA
SG

Sanja Grgic

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA
TH

Tara Higgins

Moore College of Art and Design, USA
MK

Madeline Kamal

North Carolina State University, USA
TN

Thuy Nguyen

Columbus College of Art and Design, USA
HP

Huiju Park

Advisor
MP

Maritza Pinedo

California State University-Northridge, USA
ER

Emily Ristow

Mount Mary University, USA
MR

Mackenzie Robinson

California State University-Long Beach, USA
GS

Gabrielle Sanehira

University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA
CN

Callie Norment Shikles

University of Missouri, USA
AS

Amanda Smith

University of Missouri, USA
SS

Sara Sybesma

Mount Mary University, USA
NT

Nhi Tran

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA
PK

Pa Kou Vang

Mount Mary University, USA
KW

Kara Walker

North Carolina State University, USA
MW

Morgan Wilkins

North Carolina State University, USA


Friday November 13, 2015 9:00am - 12:00pm
Chapel

9:00am

9:00am

Resource Exhibit Continues
Optional Exhibitor Participation

Friday November 13, 2015 9:00am - 12:00pm
Concourse

9:15am

Concurrent Breakout Session #4: Collaborative Strategies to Teach Apparel and Textiles Students

Collaborative Strategies to Teach Apparel and Textiles Students

Presider: Ashley Hasty, Indiana University

Developing Soft Skills through Multi-Disciplinary Cooperative and Situated Learning, Siwon Cho, Laura Morthland, Laura K. Kidd, and Shelby Adkinson,  Southern Illinois University, USA

FUNctional Design: Exploring Design for Disability in a Childrenswear Course, Martha L. Hall and Michele A. Lobo, University of Delaware, USA

Reading is Cool: The Benefits of Organizing a Student Reading Group, Ashley Hasty, Indiana University

Redesigning Medical Uniforms in a Junior Level Collaborative Studio, Injoo Kim and Brooke Brandewie, University of Cincinnati, USA

 


Moderators
Speakers
SA

Shelby Adkinson

Southern Illinois University, USA
BB

Brooke Brandewie

University of Cincinnati, USA
SC

Siwon Cho

Southern Illinois University, USA
ML

Martha L. Hall

University of Delaware, USA
LK

Laura K. Kidd

Southern Illinois University, USA
IK

Injoo Kim

University of Cincinnati, USA
MA

Michele A. Lobo

University of Delaware, USA
LM

Laura Morthland

Southern Illinois University, USA


Friday November 13, 2015 9:15am - 10:30am
Zia B

9:15am

Concurrent Breakout Session #4: Communication of Sustainability Initiatives

Communication of Sustainability Initiatives

Presider: Kim Hiller Connell, Kansas State University

Altercentric versus Egocentric 'Green Jeans' Advertising:  Impact on Dual Emotional Warmth So Young Song and Youn-Kyung Kim,  University of Tennessee, USA

Investigating the Role of Social Networking Sites in Creating Consumer Demand for Environmentally Sustainable Apparel: An Exploratory Study, Lauren Reiter and Kim Hiller Connell, Kansas State University, USA

Labor-Related CSR Communication: The Impact of Claim Types on Perceived Credibility, Skepticism, and Brand Trust, Whitney Ginder and Sang-Eun Byun, Auburn University, USA

Positive and Negative Advertising Images as Effective Sustainable Consumer Stimuli, Seung Bong Ko, Texas A&M University-Kingsville, USA; Hae Jin Gam, Illinois State University, USA; and Su Kyoung An, Central Michigan University, USA

 


Moderators
Speakers
HJ

Hae Jin Gam

Illinois State University, USA
WG

Whitney Ginder

Auburn University, USA
SB

Seung Bong Ko

Texas A&M University-Kingsville, USA
LR

Lauren Reiter

Kansas State University, USA
avatar for So Young Song

So Young Song

Univeristy of Tennessee, Knoxville


Friday November 13, 2015 9:15am - 10:30am
Anasazi North

9:15am

Concurrent Breakout Session #4: Continuing Evolution of Retail Management

Continuing Evolution of Retail Management

Presider: Jung Ha-Brookshire, University of Missouri

Factors Influencing Consumers' Intention to Engage in International Online Outshopping: A Comparison of US and Indian Consumers' Outshopping Intention at Chinese e-tailers, Bharath Ramkumar, Byoungho Jin & Wendy Hsiao-Chun Chou The University of North Carolina, Greensboro, USA

How to Reduce Employee Turnover Intention in Retail Environment? Role of Off-the-Job Embeddedness, Stacy Lee and Jung Ha-Brookshire, University of Missouri, USA

Perceived Corporate Hypocrisy: Management Inconsistencies in the U.S. Retail Industry, Saheli Goswami and Dr. Jung Ha-Brookshire, University of Missouri, USA

The Impact of Service Recovery Communication Channel on Perceived Quality of Service Recovery and Consumer Behavior, Na Young Jung, Central Washington University, USA; and Yoo-Kyoung Seock, The University of Georgia, USA

 

 


Moderators
Speakers

Friday November 13, 2015 9:15am - 10:30am
Zia A

9:15am

Concurrent Breakout Session #4: Practical and Functional Technical Design Practices and Patternmaking

Practical and Functional Technical Design Practices and Patternmaking

Presider: Kerri McBee Black, University of Missouri

Designed to Include: A Pilot Study Offering Creative Design Solutions for People Living with Disabilities, Kerri McBee-Black, Laura McAndrews, and Allison Kabel, University of Missouri, USA

Discovering the Theory in a Documented Practical Design Activity and Using It as Inspiration in One's Own Design Work: A Graduate Level Course, Ellen McKinney, Iowa State University, USA

Exploration of Body-to-Pattern Shape and Measurement Relationships for Women's Trouser Patterns found in USA and UK Pattern Drafting Methods:  Implications for Garment Fit, Ellen McKinney, Iowa State University, USA; and Simeon Gill, The University of Manchester, UK

Increasing Patternmaking Students' Understanding of Measurement Methods and the Relationship between Body Measurements and Sizes: An Assignment Design,

Ellen McKinney and Fatma Baytar, Iowa State University, USA

 

 

 

 


Moderators
KM

Kerri McBee Black

University of Missouri

Speakers
SG

Simeon Gill

The University of Manchester, UK
AK

Allison Kabel

University of Missouri, USA
KM

Kerri McBee-Black

University of Missouri, USA
avatar for Ellen McKinney

Ellen McKinney

Assistant Professor, Iowa State University


Friday November 13, 2015 9:15am - 10:30am
De Vargas

9:15am

Concurrent Breakout Session #4: Tracking Change in Cultural Aspects of Apparel and Textiles across Time & Space

Tracking Change in Cultural Aspects of Apparel and Textiles across Time & Space

Presider: Ann Fairhurst, University of Tennessee

A Feminist Visual Content Analysis of College-Level Textile and Apparel Textbooks 1970s-2010: Intersections of Gender, Race, and Size, Kelly L. Reddy-Best, San Francisco State University, USA; and Laura Kane, Mount Mary University, USA

Continued Change in Geringsing Weaving in Tenganan, Bali, Kaye Crippen  University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, USA

Investigating the Consumption of Ethnically Disparate Products, Jonghan Hyun, Kent State University, USA; and Ann E. Fairhurst, University of Tennessee-Knoxville, USA

When is a Skirt "National"? The Popularization of the Wolnamchima ("Vietnamese Skirt") in South Korea during the Vietnam War, Minjung E. Lee and Susan B. Kaiser, University of California, Davis, USA



Moderators
AF

Ann Fairhurst

University of Tennessee

Speakers
KC

Kaye Crippen

University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, USA
JH

Jonghan Hyun

Kent State University, USA
LK

Laura Kane

Mount Mary University, USA
ME

Minjung E. Lee

University of California Davis, USA
KL

Kelly L. Reddy-Best

San Francisco State University, USA


Friday November 13, 2015 9:15am - 10:30am
Zia C

10:45am

Concurrent Breakout Session #5: Consumer Clothing Selection and Buying Motivations
An Exploration of Clothing Selection Motivations and Meaning of Possessions for Children in Foster Care Homes, Hyo Jung (Julie) Chang, Malinda Colwell, and Desiree Henderson, Texas Tech University, USA

Female Consumers' Utilization of Diagnostic Cues to evaluate Work Wear Assortments in Major Department Stores, Lizet Bezuidenhout, Bertha Jacobs and Nadine Sonnenberg, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa

Product Desires and Motivation of Millennial Shoppers, Amy Dorie, Iowa State University, USA, David Loranger, Philadelphia University, USA, and Nancy Rabolt, San Francisco State University, USA 

A Model of Organic Consumption, Haesun Park-Poaps, Morgan state University, USA 

Moderators
avatar for Nancy Rabolt

Nancy Rabolt

Dept chair, San Francisco State University
San Francisco State University

Speakers
LB

Lizet Bezuidenhout

University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa
MC

Malinda Colwell

Texas Tech University, USA
DH

Desiree Henderson

Texas Tech University, USA
BJ

Bertha Jacobs

University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa
DL

David Loranger

Philadelphia University, USA
HP

Haesun Park-Poaps

Morgan State University, USA
NS

Nadine Sonnenberg

University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa


Friday November 13, 2015 10:45am - 12:00pm
Zia A

10:45am

Concurrent Breakout Session #5: History and Cultural Context

Cotton Cloth Trades, Currency Reforms, and Inflations: Korean Experiences of the Industrial Revolution from 1883 to 1897, Soon-Young Kim, Seoul National University, South Korea; and Jung Ha-Brookshire, University of Missouri, USA

Style through Silk and the Silent Silver Screen: "Irene Castle Corticelli Fashions",Denise Nicole Green and Jennifer Gray, Cornell University, USA

Town and Country Made: The Custom Dress Designs of Ethel Wallace, 1930-1955, Michael Mamp, Central Michigan University, USA

Will the Real Mariah Watkins Please Stand Up?: A Case of Inaccuracy and Marginalization of African American History and Appearance, Jennifer Farley Gordon and Eulanda A. Sanders,  Iowa State University, USA


Moderators
avatar for Michael Mamp

Michael Mamp

Assistant Professor, Central Michigan University

Speakers
JF

Jennifer Farley Gordon

Iowa State University, USA
JG

Jennifer Gray

Cornell University, USA
DN

Denise Nicole Green

Cornell University, USA
SK

Soon-Young Kim

Seoul National University, South Korea


Friday November 13, 2015 10:45am - 12:00pm
Zia C

10:45am

Concurrent Breakout Session #5: Initiatives in Advancing a Sustainable Industry

Changing Clothes for Sustainability? The How and Why of Clothing Redesign, Kristy A. Janigo, Marilyn DeLong, and Juanjuan Wu, University of Minnesota, USA

CONNECT Project: A Global Learning Experience on Sustainability in the Fashion Industry, Lynn M. Boorady, SUNY Buffalo State, USA; Jane Ledbury and Nicholas Hall, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK; Karen Webster and Grant Emerson, RMIT, AUS; and Dr. Bingbing Du, Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology, China

Developing a Community Service-Learning Project: Sustainability in the Apparel Industry, Sara Stevens and Dr. Jongeun Kim

Precious Cut: A Practice-Based Research Toward Zero-Waste Design by Exploring Creative Pattern Cutting Methods and Draping Techniques, Elahe Saeidi and Virginia Wimberley, University of Alabama, USA


Moderators
avatar for Lynn Boorady

Lynn Boorady

Chair and Associate Professor, SUNY - Buffalo State

Speakers
BD

Bingbing Du

Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology, China
GE

Grant Emerson

RMIT, AUS
NH

Nicholas Hall

Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
KA

Kristy A. Janigo

University of Minnesota, USA
JL

Jane Ledbury

Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
KW

Karen Webster

RMIT, AUS
JW

Juanjuan Wu

University of Minnesota, USA


Friday November 13, 2015 10:45am - 12:00pm
Anasazi North

10:45am

Concurrent Breakout Session #5: Marketing and Branding Strategies: use of Social Media and Technology

Investigation of Micro-blogging Marketing Strategy of Fashion Brand: Via Big Data and Machine Learning Methodology, Ruirui Zhang Department of Fashion Design and Retailing, Framingham State University, USA;  Shan Xue and  Leslie Davis Burns, Oregon State University, USA

Is Made-in-USA Branding Strategy Effective? The Influence of Consumers' Brand Expectations, Gargi Bhaduri, Kent State University, USA

Predicting Consumer Adoption of QR Code Stores for Apparels across Times of Use Experience, Wanmo Koo, Western Illinois University, USA; and Eun Young Kim, Chungbuk National University, South Korea

Why We Hop on the Boycotting Bandwagon: Consumer Motivation to Participate in Brand Boycotts on Facebook, Whitney Ginder and Wi-Suk Kwon, Auburn University, USA

 


Moderators
Speakers
avatar for Leslie Davis Burns

Leslie Davis Burns

President, Responsible Global Fashion LLC
Responsible Global Fashion LLC provides consulting services and continuing education resources around responsible designing, sourcing, production, and distribution of fashion merchandise within the global fashion industries.
WG

Whitney Ginder

Auburn University, USA
EY

Eun Young Kim

Chungbuk National University, South Korea
WK

Wanmo Koo

Western Illinois University, USA
SX

Shan Xue

Oregon State University, USA
RZ

Ruirui Zhang

Framingham State University, USA


Friday November 13, 2015 10:45am - 12:00pm
Zia B

10:45am

Concurrent Breakout Session #5: Social Role and Dress at the Workplace

An Exploration of Dress and Identity among New Mothers:  The Implications of Breastfeeding for Clothing Choice, Victoria Brown and Nancy Hodges, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA

Career Arts Students' Perceptions of Credibility Based on Instructor Attire and Gender, Amber Chatelain, Eastern Kentucky University, USA

Conflict of Values: Effect on Employee Behavior in the U.S. Retail Industry, Saheli Goswami and Jung Ha-Brookshire, University of Missouri, USA

LGBTQ Women, Workplace Dress Codes, and Appearance Negotiations, Kelly L. Reddy-Best, San Francisco State University, USA


Moderators
SG

Saheli Goswami

University of Missouri, USA

Speakers
VB

Victoria Brown

University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA
AC

Amber Chatelain

Eastern Kentucky University, USA
KL

Kelly L. Reddy-Best

San Francisco State University, USA


Friday November 13, 2015 10:45am - 12:00pm
De Vargas

10:45am

Concurrent Breakout Session #5: Using the ITAA Meta-goals for Outcomes Assessment and Program Improvement

Coordinator: Barbara Frazier, Western Michigan University, USA

 

Assessment of student learning outcomes is a hot topic on college campuses. Panelists will share their experiences in using the ITAA meta-goals to develop learning outcomes for assessment and program improvement at their institutions. Session attendees will be invited to share their own ideas and experiences in developing learning outcomes, conducting assessment, and improving programs. The session will wrap up with an interactive exercise to apply session concepts. 

 

Panelists: Virginia Wimberley, University of Alabama, USA; Beth Wuest, Texas State University, San Marcos, USA; Kim Hiller and Katy Polston, Kansas State University, USA; Mariana Mitova, Bowling Green State University, USA; Anupama Pasricha, St. Catherine University, USA; and Barbara Frazier, Western Michigan University, USA



Friday November 13, 2015 10:45am - 12:00pm
Anasazi South

12:15pm

Awards Luncheon, Welcome to Vancouver
Moderators
AR

Andrew Reilly

VP of Scholarship

Friday November 13, 2015 12:15pm - 2:00pm
Eldorado Ballroom

2:00pm

Knowing your Value for Academic Career Negotiations
This session is about strategizing and negotiating the politics of promotion and tenure, departmental or college re-organizations, relocation or interviewing elsewhere to increase one's market value, and playing the political game on many campuses. Presenters: Alyssa Admaitis, Diana Saiki, Eulanda Sanders, Sherry Schofield, Rachel Eike, Beth Myers


Friday November 13, 2015 2:00pm - 4:00pm
De Vargas

2:00pm

Santa Fe Workshop: Knitting in Both Directions
This workshop will provide hands-on instruction in the unique process of knitting in both directions. The workshop will be taught by Miriam Leth-Espensen, a Danish trained knitting designer and teacher of international workshops. The group wil meet in the Eldorado Lounge at 1:45 pm to walk the five short blocks to Miriam's Well Knitting Studio.


Friday November 13, 2015 2:00pm - 5:30pm
Eldorado Lounge

2:00pm

Tambour Embroidery and Beading for Beginners
This session is intended to introduce participants to the basics of tambour embroidery, including a lecture on history and uses, and a hands-on trial period with both thread and beads. Presenters: Theresa Alexander and Lalon Alexander

Moderators
Friday November 13, 2015 2:00pm - 6:00pm
Anasazi North

2:00pm

Teaching Textiles Online
Demonstration of The Textile Kit (TM) swatch set, The Textile Kit Online (TM) softward and iTextiles(TM) softward for teaching textiles online. Particular emphasis will be given to the software. Significant time will be spent on all participants sharing past experiences, technology issues and solutions, institutional constraints and how they can be overcome, and brainstorming new ideas for teaching Textiles both online and in traditional classroom settings, as well as in hybrid situations. Presenter: Patty Brown, ATEXINC

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Patty Brown

ATEXINC

Friday November 13, 2015 2:00pm - 6:00pm
Anasazi South

2:30pm

ITAA Council Meeting
For ITAA Council Members only

Friday November 13, 2015 2:30pm - 5:00pm
Chaparral Boardroom, 3rd floor

6:00pm