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Bilodeau Lounge Student Gallery

MFA and MA Interior Architecture Thesis Exhibition  

Thursday, September 1 – Friday, September 30
3rd Floor Student Gallery and Bilodeau Lounge

Reception Thursday, September 15   5:00 – 6:30 pm

The Graduate Interior Architecture Program presents the 2016 theses of MFA and MA students. This exhibition of graduating students’ work includes the journey of their thesis-research summary boards, visual defense boards and the models. Graduate students are: 

 

Lauren Beshara, MFA

Impacting Behavior Through Design: Creating inclusive learning environments that foster positive cognitive and attentional change in kindergarten-aged children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

 

Patricia Blanchard, MA

Instilling Dignity and Creating a Community in Low-Income Housing

 

Diana Bradley, MA

Designing for Recovery from Trauma: A Domestic Violence Shelter Fostering Posttraumatic Growth

 

Taylor Ferry, MA

How can interior design impact people traveling with pets?: Pet Area in Airport Terminals

 

Sarah Medina, MA

Nurturing the Ties That Bind: A New Prototype for Building Social Cohesion Through Intergenerational Bonds

 

Eileen Sabatalo, MA

Transforming Design: Transitions within the Preschool Built Environment

 If you would like to learn more about the Graduate Interior Architecture Program, please contact:  Myoung Joo Chun at mchun@endicott.edu, or Kevin Renz at krenz@endicott.edu.  If you have any questions regarding this exhibition, please feel free to contact Kathleen Moore at kmoore@endicott.edu or 978-232-2655.

 

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