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Virginia Gunn Home: 819 Quinby Avenue

Professor Wooster, OH 44691-2848


School of Family and Consumer Sciences Office Phone: 330/972-7729

University of Akron Home Phone: 330/262-8581

Akron, OH 44325-6103 E-Mail: vgunn@uakron.edu

EDUCATION
Ph.D. in History, The University of Akron, 1992.

Dissertation: "Educating Strong Womanly Women: Kansas Shapes the

Western Home Economics Movement, 1860-1914."
M.S. in Applied Art, Syracuse University, 1972.

Thesis: "Historical Survey of Navaho Blankets and Rugs: The Influence of Cultural Forces on Changing Designs in a Folk Art Form."


B.S. in Home Economics Education, Kansas State University, 1961.

Summa Cum Laude.



PUBLICATIONS, PRESENTATIONS, AND EXHIBITS
A. Books
Virginia Gunn, editor, Uncoverings 2003: Volume 24 of the Research Papers of the

American Quilt Study Group (Lincoln, NE: AQSG, 2003).
Virginia Gunn, editor, Uncoverings 2002: Volume 23 of the Research Papers of the

American Quilt Study Group (Lincoln, NE: AQSG, 2002).
Virginia Gunn, editor, Uncoverings 2001: Volume 22 of the Research Papers of the

American Quilt Study Group (Lincoln, NE: AQSG, 2001).
Virginia Gunn, editor, Uncoverings 2000: Volume 21 of the Research Papers of the

American Quilt Study Group (Lincoln, NE: AQSG, 2000).
Virginia Gunn, editor, Uncoverings 1999: Volume 20 of the Research Papers of the

American Quilt Study Group (Lincoln, NE: AQSG, 1999).


Virginia Gunn, editor, Uncoverings 1998: Volume 19 of the Research Papers of the

American Quilt Study Group (Lincoln, NE: AQSG, 1998).
Jeannette Lasansky and Virginia Gunn, The History and Magic of Honeycomb

(Lewisburg, PA: Oral Traditions Project, 1997).


Virginia Gunn, editor, Uncoverings 1997: Volume 18 of the Research Papers of the

American Quilt Study Group (San Francisco, CA: AQSG, 1997).
Virginia Gunn, editor, Uncoverings 1996: Volume 17 of the Research Papers of the

American Quilt Study Group (San Francisco, CA: AQSG, 1996).
Virginia Gunn, editor, Uncoverings 1995: Volume 16 of the Research Papers of the

American Quilt Study Group (San Francisco, CA: AQSG, 1995).
Virginia Gunn, editor, Uncoverings 1994: Volume 15 of the Research Papers of the American Quilt Study Group (San Francisco, CA: AQSG, 1995).
B. Refereed Publications
Virginia Gunn, “The Gingham Dog or the Calico Cat: Grassroots Quilts of the Early Twentieth Century,” in Uncoverings 2007, ed. Joanna Evans (Lincoln, NE: American Quilt Study Group, 2007), 1-25. [refereed]
Virginia Gunn, “Regional Preferences in Fancy Coverlet Designs: An Ohio Study,” Proceedings of the Textile History Forum 2003 (Cooperstown, NY: Textile History Forum/New York State Historical Association, 2003), 101-16. [refereed]
Virginia Gunn, “Sorting Out the Hartmans, Nineteenth-Century Coverlet Weavers of Central

Ohio,” The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association 55, no.1 (March

2002): 16-26. [refereed]
Virginia Gunn, “The Meily Family of Coverlet Weavers,” Proceedings of the Textile History Forum 2002 (Lowell, MA: Textile History Forum/American Textile History Museum, 2002), 47-62. [refereed]
Virginia Gunn, “Sorting Out the Hartmans, Nineteenth-Century Coverlet Weavers of Central

Ohio,” Proceedings of the Textile History Forum 2001 (Cooperstown, NY: Textile History Forum/New York State Historical Association, 2001), 5-20. [refereed]


Virginia Gunn, "Transcending Local Loyalties: Material Aid For Northern Civil War

Soldiers," The Journal of Erie Studies 26 (Fall 1997): 1-22. [refereed]


Virginia Gunn, "Industrialists Not Butterflies: Domestic Economy at Kansas State Agricultural College, 1873-1882," Kansas History 18 (Spring 1995): 2-17. [refereed]

Virginia Gunn, "Quilts for Union Soldiers in the Civil War," in Quiltmaking in America: Beyond the Myths, ed. Laurel Horton (Nashville, TN: Rutledge Hill Press, 1994), 80-95.

[refereed book chapter]


Virginia Gunn, "The Art Needlework Movement: An Experiment in Self-Help for Middle-Class Women, 1870-1900," Clothing and Textiles Research Journal 10 (Spring 1992):

54-63. [refereed]


Virginia Gunn, "A Case for the Historical Method in Clothing and Textiles Research," in Critical Linkages in Textiles and Clothing Subject Matter: Theory, Method and Practice, eds. Susan B. Kaiser and Mary Lynn Damhorst (Monument, CO: International Textile and Apparel Association, Inc., 1991), 139-49. [refereed]
Virginia Gunn, "Quilts for Milady's Boudoir," in Uncoverings 1989, ed. Laurel Horton (San Francisco, CA: American Quilt Study Group, 1990), 81-101. [refereed]
Virginia Gunn, "Quilts at Nineteenth Century State and County Fairs: An Ohio Study," in Uncoverings 1988, ed. Laurel Horton (San Francisco, CA: American Quilt Study Group, 1989), 105-28. [refereed]
Virginia Gunn, "Commercial Photographers in Akron, Ohio, 1850-1900," in Western Reserve Studies Symposium Conference Materials and Papers (Cleveland, OH: Western Reserve Historical Society, 1989), 16 unnumbered pages. [refereed]
Virginia Gunn, "Yo-Yo or Bed-of-Roses Quilts: Nineteenth-Century Origins," in

Uncoverings, 1987, eds. Laurel Horton and Sally Garoutte (San Francisco, CA: American Quilt Study Group, 1989): 129-46. [refereed]
Virginia Gunn, "Western Reserve Women and the U. S. Sanitary Commission, 1861-1865." Western Reserve Studies 3 (1988): 75-85. [refereed]
Virginia Gunn, "Quilts for Union Soldiers in the Civil War, in Uncoverings 1985, ed. Sally Garoutte (Mill Valley, CA: American Quilt Study Group, 1986), 95-121. [refereed]
Virginia Gunn, "Crazy Quilts and Outline Quilts: Popular Responses to the Decorative Art/

Art Needlework Movement, 1876-1893," in Uncoverings 1984, ed. Sally Garoutte

(Mill Valley, CA: American Quilt Study Group, 1985), 131-52. [refereed]
Virginia Gunn, "Victorian Silk Template Patchwork in American Periodicals 1850-1875," in Uncoverings 1983, ed. Sally Garoutte (Mill Valley, CA: American Quilt Study Group, 1984), 9-25. [refereed]
Virginia Gunn, "The Declining Use of the Ladies' Cap in Mid-Nineteenth Century America," research report in Association of College Professors of Textiles and Clothing (ACPTC) Newsletter, April 1982, 3. [refereed]

Virginia Gunn, "Women's Day Dress, 1864-1866, as Revealed in Photographs of the Period," research report in Association of College Professors of Textiles and Clothing (ACPTC) Newsletter, May 1980, 5. [refereed]




Virginia Gunn, "Utilization of Primary Documents to Date Costume," research report in Association of College Professors of Textiles and Clothing (ACPTC) Newsletter, May 1979, 11. [refereed]
C. Invited Publications
Virginia Gunn, Review of Marcia Kaylakie, Texas Quilts and Quilters: A Lone Star Legacy

in Great Plains Quarterly 28, no. 4 (Fall 2008): 340-41. [invited review]


Virginia Gunn, "Forward" to Down by the Old Mill Stream: Quilts in Rhode Island,

eds. Linda Welters and Margaret T. Ordonez (Kent, OH: The Kent State University Press, 2000), vii-x. [invited]


Virginia Gunn and Marilyn Luecke, “Retrospective: Twenty Issues of Uncoverings,”

Blanket Statements, Newsletter of the American Quilt Study Group, Issue 61

(Fall 2000), 5. [invited]


Virginia Gunn, Review of Beverly Gordon (1998). Bazaars and Fair Ladies: The History of The American Fundraising Fair in DRESS 26 (1999): 76-78. [invited review]
Virginia Gunn, "Dear Local Historian," The Local Historian, Ohio Historical Society, Nov./Dec. 1996, 6. [invited]
Virginia Gunn, "Quilts: The Early Revival," Lake Farmpark Almanac, Winter 1996, 18-20. [invited]
Virginia Gunn, "Flower Blossom, Powder Puff, Bonbon, YoYo . . . The Roots Run Deep," Piecework 3, September/October 1995, 22-27. [invited]
Virginia Gunn, "Romance and Reality: A Century of Quilt Scholarship," in Expanding Quilt Scholarship, eds. Shelly Zegart and Jonathan Holstein (Louisville: The Kentucky Quilt

Project, Inc., 1994), 26-35. [invited]


Virginia Gunn, Review of Affleck, D. L. F. and Judon, P. (1990). Celebration and remembrance: Commemorative textiles in America, 1790-1990 in International Textile

and Apparel Association Newsletter 16 (March 1994): 5. [invited review]
Virginia Gunn, "From Myth to Maturity: The Evolution of Quilt Scholarship," in Uncoverings 1992, ed. Laurel Horton (San Francisco, CA: American Quilt Study Group, 1993),

192-205. [invited]


Virginia Gunn, "Dress Fabrics of the Late 19th Century: Their Relationship to Period Quilts," in Bits and Pieces: Textile Traditions, ed. Jeannette Lasansky (Lewisburg, PA: Oral Traditions Project, 1991), 4-15. [invited]
Virginia Gunn, Review of Granlick, E. W. (1989). The Amish Quilt in Association of College Professors of Textiles and Clothing (ACPTC) Newsletter 13 (April 1991): 7. [invited]


Virginia Gunn, "Introduction" to What We Wore: An Exhibit Catalogue Celebrating 150 Years of Summit County Costume, ed. Stephen H. Paschen, (Akron, OH: Summit County Historical Society, 1990), ii-v. [invited]
Virginia Gunn, "Library Research: Reflections and Advice," in Uncoverings 1987, eds. Laurel Horton and Sally Garoutte (San Francisco, CA: American Quilt Study Group, 1989):

157-60. [invited]


Virginia Gunn, The Care and Conservation of Quilts, Technical Guide #3, (San Francisco, CA: American Quilt Study Group, 1988), 6 pages. [invited]
Virginia Gunn, "Template Quilt Construction and Its Offshoots: From Godey's Lady's Book to Mountain Mist, 1830-1930," in Pieced By Mother Symposium Papers, ed. Jeannette Lasansky (Lewisburg, PA: Oral Traditions Project, 1988), 69-75. [invited]
Virginia Gunn, "New Thoughts on Care and Conservation," in Pieced By Mother Symposium Papers, ed. Jeannette Lasansky (Lewisburg, PA: Oral Traditions Project, 1988), 115-19. [invited]
Virginia Gunn, "Quilts - Crazy Memories," in America's Glorious Quilts, ed. Dennis Duke and Deborah Harding (New York: Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, Inc., 1987), 152-58. [invited book chapter]
Virginia Gunn, "Introduction and Ten Quilt Legacies" in Treasures From Trunks: Early

Quilts From Wayne and Holmes Counties [Exhibition Catalog] (Wooster, OH: College of Wooster Art Museum, 1987), 5-18, 31-37. [invited]
Virginia Gunn, "Caring for Quilts at Home" in Lady's Circle Patchwork Quilts #54 (Oct./Nov. 1987), 50-51. [invited]
Virginia Gunn, "The Display, Care and Conservation of Old Quilts," in In the Heart of Pennsylvania Symposium Papers, ed. Jeannette Lasansky, (Lewisburg, PA: Oral

Traditions Project, 1986), 90-95. [invited]


Virginia Gunn, "Introduction to Textile Conservation Forum: Focus on Exhibition" and bibliography on textile exhibition (with Margaret Ordonez) in ACPTC Combined

Regional Meetings Proceedings, 1982 (Reston, VA: ACPTC), 44, 47-50. [invited]
Virginia Gunn, Heritage Quilt Patterns - Set I and Heritage Quilt Patterns - Set II (Akron, OH: Summit County Historical Society, 1982). [invited]
Virginia Gunn, "Hallmark of Society Quilt Collection is Variety," Old Portage Trail Review 35 (September 1982), 2. [invited]
Virginia Gunn, "Navaho Weaving" in Navaho Weaving and Pueblo Pottery [exhibition catalog] (Wooster, OH: College of Wooster Art Center Museum, 1977), 5-12. [invited]
Virginia Gunn, "Navaho Rugs" in Contemporary American Indian Art [exhibition catalog] (Wooster, OH: College of Wooster, 1974), 4-9. [invited]


  1. Professional Presentations, Refereed

“High Tech / High Touch: Finding Balance in the Age of Technology,” Ohio Association of

Family and Consumer Sciences Annual Meeting, Dublin, OH, 4 April 2008. [refereed]
“The Gingham Dog or the Calico Cat: Grassroots Quilts of the Early Twentieth Century,”

American Quilt Study Group Seminar, Lowell, MA, 13 October 2007. [refereed]


“Quilting in the Classroom: The Influence of the Manual-Training Approach to Education,”

International Quilt Study Center 2007 Symposium, University of Nebraska-Lincoln,

2 March 2007. [refereed]

“Textile Links Across Generations,” Ohio Association of Family and Consumer Sciences

Annual Meeting, Perrysburg, OH, 29 April 2005. [refereed]
“Regional Preferences in Fancy Coverlet Designs: An Ohio Study, “ Textile History Forum,

Cooperstown, NY, 9 August 2003. [refereed]


“The Meily Family of Coverlet Weavers,” Textile History Forum 2002, Lowell, MA,

12 July 2002. [refereed]


“Sorting Out the Hartmans, Nineteenth-Century Coverlet Weavers of Central Ohio,”

Textile History Forum, Cooperstown, NY, 13 July 2001. [refereed]


"Sorting Out the Hartmans: Mid-Nineteenth-Century Coverlet Weavers of Central Ohio," ARS TEXTRINA 16th Annual Conference, Madison, WI, 27 June 1998. [refereed]
"The Demise of the Lady's Cap in Mid-Nineteenth Century America: Symbolic Distancing from Prescribed Gender Roles," Costume Society of America 16th National Meeting,

10 May 1990. Abstract in Appearance and Gender Identity Symposium Abstracts (Washington, DC: Costume Society of America, 1990), 38. [refereed]

"Commercial Photographers in Akron, Ohio, 1850-1900," Western Reserve Studies Symposium, Cleveland, OH, 11 November 1989. [refereed]
"Quilts for Milady's Boudoir," American Quilt Study Group Seminar, Washington, DC, October 1989. [refereed]
"Colonial Ladies for Moderne Boudoirs," 19th Meeting of Popular Culture Association,

St. Louis, MO, 6 April 1989. [refereed]


"Quilts at Nineteenth Century State and County Fairs: An Ohio Study," American Quilt Study Group Seminar, San Rafael, CA, 16 October 1988. [refereed]
"Western Reserve Women and the U. S. Sanitary Commission, 1861-1865," Western Reserve Studies Symposium, Lake Erie College, OH, 7 November 1987. [refereed]
"Yo-Yo or Bed-of-Roses Quilts: Nineteenth-Century Origins," American Quilt Study Group Seminar, Gatlinburg, TN, 24 October 1987. [refereed]


"A Case for the Historical Method in Clothing and Textiles Research," position paper. 1987 ACPTC Eastern, Central, and Western Regional Conferences, October 1987. [refereed]
"Quilts for Union Soldiers in the Civil War," American Quilt Study Group Seminar, San Rafael, CA, 13 October 1985. [refereed]
"Crazy Quilts and Outline Quilts: Popular Responses to the Decorative Art/Art Needlework Movement, 1876-1893," American Quilt Study Group Seminar, Gatlinburg, TN, 7 October 1984. [refereed]
"Victorian Silk Template Patchwork in American Periodicals 1850-1875," American Quilt Study Group Seminar, San Rafael, CA, 22 October 1983. [refereed]
"The Origin and Development of the Victorian 'Crazy Quilt'," ACPTC-CR Conference,

Minneapolis, MN, 29 October 1982. Abstract in ACPTC Combined Regional Meeting Proceedings, 1982, 127-28. [refereed]


"Characteristic Modes of Day Dress for Women in Northern Ohio as Recorded in Photographs, 1862-1893," ACPTC National Meeting, Washington DC, 29 October-

1 November 1980. Abstract in ACPTC Proceedings, 1980, 85-86. [refereed]


"The Role of Photography in Strengthening Family Life," (with C. Douglas Gunn), National Symposium on Building Family Strengths, Lincoln, NE, 17 May 1979. [refereed]
"The Establishment of a Chronology of Local Photographers as a Resource for the Study of Nineteenth Century Costume in Ohio," ACPTC-CR Conference, Chicago, IL, 27 October 1978. Abstract in ACPTC Combined Proceedings, 1978, 98-99. [refereed]

  1. Professional Presentations, Invited

“Reflections on Quilt History: Accomplishments and Challenges,” keynote address for America Quilt Study Group 29th Annual Seminar, Columbus, OH, 5 October 2008. [invited]


“Ohio Coverlets,” Ohio Decorative Arts Association, Aurora, OH, 26 September 2008.

[invited]


“Preserving 20th Century Textiles,” Ohio Association of Historical Societies and Museums – Region 2, Lexington, OH, 26 April 2008. [invited]
“Colonial Revival and Art Deco Influences on Quilt Design,” The University of Nebraska-

Lincoln, 22 June 2006. [invited]


“The First Art Quilts: The Aesthetic Movement and Late-Victorian Fancy Quilts,”

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 31 March 2005. [invited]


“Dressed for Dreams: Nineteenth-Century Night Clothing,” MOMCC (Midwest Open-Air

Museums Coordinating Council) Conference, Wooster, OH, 18 March 2005. [invited]


“Clothing Construction and Quilt Construction: Recognizing the Connections,” The

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 26 August 2004. [invited]


“Quilt Conservation: Trends and Issues,” American Quilt Study Group Annual Seminar,

Dallas, TX, 11 October 2003. [invited]




“Quilts: Care, Conservation, and Dating,” Ohio Quilt Traditions Symposium, Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH, 4 October 2003. [invited]

“Ohio’s Victorian Quilts,” The Victorian Society of American Study Tour, Akron, OH,

6 October 2002. [invited]
“Boudoir Quilts,” Konza Prairie Quilt Guild, Manhattan, KS, 9 July 2001. [invited]
"Influences of the Colonial Revival and Art Deco movements on fashion and furnishings," video-taped lecture for History of Quilts distance-education course, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Spring 2000. [invited]
"Made for show: Crazy quilts and silk log cabin quilts," video-taped lecture for History of Quilts course, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Spring 2000. [invited]
"Honoring History," keynote at Celebration of 125 years of Human Ecology at Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, 2 May 1998. [invited]
"Crazy Quilts," The Charleston Museum, Charleston, SC, 6 August 1996. [invited]
"The Strength of the College of Human Ecology--A Glimpse of Those Tough Pioneers," Keynote, Kansas State University Extension Inservice Training, Manhattan, KS,

29 January 1996. [invited]


"Celebrating the K-State Heritage," College of Human Ecology Alumni Fellow Lecture, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, 28 April 1995. [invited]
"Methods of Analysis," What's American about American Quilts? Research Forum, National Museum of American History, Washington, DC, 19 March 1995. [invited]
“Quilts and the Domestic Sphere," Fifth Annual Jean and Allan Berman Textile Lecture, Baltimore Museum of Art, 13 November 1994. [invited]
"Dating Antique Quilts and Fabrics," Quilters Hall of Fame Marion, IN, 16 July 1994.

[invited]


"Plain and Fancy," Rhode Island Historical Society, Providence, RI, 22 March 1994. [invited]
"Women's Work on the Home Front during the Civil War," Babcock Lecture, Hudson Library and Historical Society, Hudson, OH, 8 June 1993. [invited]
"From Myth to Maturity: The Evolution of Quilt Scholarship," American Quilt Study Group Seminar, Lincoln, NE, 4 October 1992. [invited]
"Quilts and Coverlets: A Mirror of History," Erie County Historical Society/Battles Museums Fifth Annual Conference on Rural Life, Girard, PA, 9 May 1992. [invited]
"Reading Cloth," American Quilter's Society 8th National Quilt Show, Paducah, KY, 2 May 1992. [invited]
"Evolution of the Crazy Quilt," American Quilter's Society 8th National Quilt Show, Paducah, KY, 2 May 1992. [invited]
"Dating Quilts," American Quilter's Society 8th National Quilt Show, Paducah, KY, 1 May 1992. [invited]
"Colonial Quilts for Milady's Boudoir," American Quilter's Society 8th National Quilt Show, Paducah, KY, 30 April 1992. [invited]
"Textile Conservation Update," American Quilter's Society 8th National Show, Paducah, KY, 30 April 1992. [invited]

"Romance and Reality: A Century of Quilt Scholarship," Directions In Quilt Scholarship Conference, Louisville, KY, 7 February 1992. [invited]


"Quilts in Ohio Agricultural Fairs," Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, 28 September 1991. [invited]
"Bed Clothes and Body Clothes," for AQSG at College of Marin, Kentfield, CA, 7 April 1991. [invited]
"Quilts: A Mirror of History," Sewickley Valley Historical Society, Sewickley, PA,

9 December 1990. [invited]


"Dress Fabrics of the Late-19th Century and their Relationship to Period Quilts," Quilt Symposium, Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA, 17 June 1990. [invited]
"Bedclothes and Body Clothes: Textile Productions of Women," Kansas Museum of History, Topeka, KS, 5 May 1990. [invited]
"Dating Your Quilts," Philadelphia Antiques Show, Philadelphia, PA, 9 April 1990. [invited]
"Dating Antique Quilts," with Barbara Brackman and Suellen Meyer, Great American Quilt Festival II, Museum of American Folk Art, New York City, 30 April 1989. [invited]
"Conservation of Wool and Silk Quilts," American Quilter's Society 5th National Quilt Show, Paducah, KY, 23 April 1989. [invited]


"Dating Old Blocks and Fabrics," American Quilter's Society 5th National Show, Paducah, KY, 22 April 1989. [invited]
"Conservation of Cotton Quilts," American Quilter's Society 5th National Show, Paducah, KY, 22 April 1989. [invited]
"Dating Old Quilts," American Quilter's Society 5th National Quilt Show, Paducah, KY,

20 April 1989. [invited]


"Late Victorian Fancy Quilts," American Quilter's Society 5th National Show, Paducah, KY, 20 April 1989. [invited]
"Evolution and Conservation of Nineteenth Century Crazy Quilts," Quilt Symposium, Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, 21 October 1988. [invited]
"Treasures from Trunks: and how to care for them," College of Wooster Quilt Symposium, Wooster, OH, 19 September 1987. [invited]

"Template Quilt Construction: From Godey's Lady's Book to Mountain Mist," Oral Traditions Symposium, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA, 12 June 1987. [invited]


"New Thoughts on Care and Conservation," Oral Traditions Quilt Symposium, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA, 14 June 1987. [invited]
"Educating the Eye: Appearance and Conservation of Textiles of the 19th and 20th Centuries," Allen Memorial Art Museum, Oberlin College, OH, 17 September 1986. [invited]
"Crazy Quilts/Outline Quilts: Responses to the Decorative Art/Art Needlework Movement, 1876-1893," Seminar Series, Kansas City Museum, MO, 22 March 1986. [invited]
"Crazy Quilts and Outline Quilts: Popular Responses to the Decorative Art/Art Needlework Movement, 1876-1893," Historic Lexington Foundation/Stonewall Jackson House Quilt Symposium, Lexington, VA, 19 October 1985. [invited]
"The Display, Care and Conservation of Old Quilts," Oral Traditions Quilt Symposium, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA, 18 May 1985. [invited]
"Dating Quilts," Quilt Seminar Series, Canton Art Museum, Canton, OH, 26 March 1984. [invited]
"Quilt Conservation," Quilt Seminar Series, Canton Art Museum, Canton, OH, 26 March 1984. [invited]
"Material Culture--A Comparison of the Arts," panel presentation, 74th Annual Meeting, American Home Economics Association, Milwaukee, WI, 29 June 1983. [invited]
“Quilt Conservation," Symposium, Canton Art Institute, Canton, OH, 12 May 1983. [invited]
"Art of Photography in Family Living," Power of the Arts in Family Living Workshop, University of Akron, 11 August 1978. [invited]
"Navaho Weaving," College of Wooster Art Museum, OH, at President's Inaugural Exhibition of Dr. A. H. Gould Collection of Navajo Weavings, 18/25 October 1977. [invited]

F. Juried Exhibits of Creative Work
Quilted wallhanging, "Victorian Poppy Parquet," Third Juried Fiber Art/Wearable Art Exhibition, ACPTC National Meeting, Houston, TX, 23 October 1986. [juried]
Quilted hanging, Summershow, Wooster Art Center, OH, 19 June-19 July 1983. [juried]
Two quilted hangings, Expressions in the Visual Arts III, 71st Annual Meeting, American Home Economics Association, Dallas, TX, 23-28 June 1980. [juried]
Quilted hanging, Summershow, Wooster Art Center, Wooster, OH, 15 June-15 July 1980. Jury Mention - Textiles. [juried]

Quilted hanging in A Celebration of Christmas Quilts--Houston Quilt Festival '79, Houston, TX, 29 November-1 December 1979. [juried]


Quilted hanging, Expressions in the Visual Arts II, 70th Annual Meeting, American Home Economics Association, St. Louis, MO, 25-28 June 1979. [juried]
Quilted hanging, Summershow, Wooster Art Center, Wooster, OH, 8-31 July 1979.

Jury Award in Textiles. [juried]


Quilted hanging, Expressions in the Visual Arts, 69th Annual Meeting, American Home Economics Association, New Orleans, LA, 26-29 June 1978. [juried]
Quilted hangings, Stan Hywet Stitchery Showcase, Akron, OH, April 1978. (Honorable Mention).
Quilted hanging in Wooster Art Center Community Show, Wooster, OH, March 1978.

[juried]
Quilted pillows in Wooster Bicentennial Quilting Contest, July 1976. (1st prize, 3rd prize, and honorable mention)




G. Invited Exhibits of Creative Work
Quilted hanging in Ohio Quilts, Canton Art Institute, Canton, OH, March/April 1984. [invited]
Two mobiles in Grass: A Medium for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles Museum of Art, October 1976-January 1977; then to Rice University; Museum of Contemporary Crafts, New York City; and Renwick Gallery; Washington, DC. [invited]
Textile Arts (twenty objects) at Focus Gallery, Wooster Art Center, Wooster, OH, April-May 1976. [invited]
Strawcraft mobiles in Wooster Art Center Christmas Exhibition and Sale, Wooster, OH,

1973-1976. [invited]


Three needlework pieces, Slater Mill Exhibition of Stitchery, Pawtucket, RI, 1967. [invited]



  1. Exhibitions Curated

Curator, Quilting Heritage of Wayne County, Wayne County Historical Society, Wooster,

Oh, 10 August-2 November 2008. [one of nine state-side quilt exhibitions for 2008]
Co-curator, with Leianne Heipner and Judy James, Securing the Shadow: Portrait Photography in Akron, 1850-1900, Akron-Summit County Public Library, 3 November 2006 - 31 January 2007.
Curator, Wayne County in 1904, Wayne County Historical Society, 11 July - 7 November 2004.
Co-curator, with Allyson Leisey, Ann Neilson, Treeva McConahay, and Julie Mennes, for Weddings: From Hope Chest to Trousseau, Wayne County Historical Society, 6 February to 19 May 2002.
Co-curator, with Allyson Leisey, Ann Neilson, Treeva McConahay, and Julie Mennes, for Threads of the Past: Wayne County's Woven Textiles, Wayne County Historical

Society, August 4 to October 31, 1997. Received OHS award.


Co-curator, with Barbara Cabral, for Ohio Coverlets, 1825-1855, Canton Art Museum,

May 26 to July 13, 1997.


Guest Curator for exhibit Treasures From Trunks: Early Quilts from Wayne and Holmes Counties, 1842-1942, The College of Wooster Art Museum, Wooster, OH, 23 August-

11 October 1987.


Curator for costume exhibits at Summit County Historical Society, Akron, OH:

A Century of Wedding Dresses, (1983)

Christmas in Godey's, (1982)

One Hundred Years Ago--Akron in the 1880s, (1981).


ACTIVITY IN TEACHING AND ADMINISTRATION
A. Courses Taught at the University of Akron

* = new courses developed and approved



Current

7400:418/518 History of Interior Design I * 1990-present

7400:419/519 History of Interior Design II * 1991-present

7400:436/536 Textile Conservation * 1981-present

7400:437/537 History of Costume* 1993-present

7400:438/538 History of Fashion* 1994-present

7400:485/585 Sem: Dating Fabric & Quilts 1994, 98, 2000

7400:485/585 Sem: Quilt History and Dating 2002, 2006

7400:485/585 Sem: Survey of Fashion Designers 2005, 2007

7400:585 Sem: Trends and Issues in CTI 2001-present

7400:637 Material Culture Studies * 1993-present

7400:680 Historical/Conceptual Bases of 1992-present

Family and Consumer Sc *

Past

7400:123 Clothing Construction 1974-78, 81

7400:219 Clothing Communication * 1988-1993

7400:419 Clothing Communication 1974-1988

7400:311 Contemporary Needle Arts 1974-1992

7400:317 Historic Costume 1974-1993

7400:331,431/531 History of Textiles and Furnishings * 1985-89

7400:439 Fashion 1974-78

7400:459 Machine Stitchery * 1977-83, 86

7400:485/585 Sem: N.Y. Fashion 1975-78, 80, 82, 87, 92

7400:485/585 Sem: N.Y. Consumer Tour 1981, 86, 88

7400:485/585 Sem: Cleaning Vintage Textiles 1998

7400:485-585 Sem: Victorian Needlework 1994

7400:490/590 Wksp: Women/Near Environment 1987

7400:490/590 Wksp: Machine Quilting 1981-85

7400:490/590 Wksp: Quilted Clothing 1983

7400:604 Orientation to Grad. Studies 1994-2003

7400:632 American Costume/Textile Heritage* 1989-1991

7400:639 Theories of Fashion 1998
B. Invited Teaching
TXCD 818: History of Quilts, 3 graduate credits, on-line, The University of Nebraska-

Lincoln, Summer 2008 and Summer 2006.


Seminar: A Century of Quilts in Women's Lives, 1 credit, The University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 6-10 June 2005; and 30 May-2 June 2000.


C. Administration
Interim Director, School of Family and Consumer Sciences, June 2000 to January 2003.
Director of Graduate Studies for School of Family and Consumer Sciences,

Summer 1994 through December 2000.


Division Coordinator, Clothing, Textiles, and Interiors, 1981-82, 1991, 1998-2001.
D. Thesis Directed
2008 Kasey Bland, “The Life and Career of Fashion Designer, George Stavropoulos.”

2007 Gale Flament, “Fanny Brawne Reconsidered: A Study of a Fashion-Conscious Woman of the British Middle Class, 1800-1865.

2007 Archana Mehta, “Storage of Eighteenth-Century Women’s Costumes at the Kent State University Museum.”

2007 Ashlee Tecza, “Rag Rug Weaving in Northwestern Pennsylvania, 1930-1970.”

2007 Lisa Pace, “Changing the World One Stitch at a Time: Knitting as a Means of

Social and Political Activism.”

2006 Jennifer Ferrone, “Women and China Painting at the Turn of the Twentieth Century: An Analysis of the Influence of The Art Amateur and The Art Interchange.”

2006 Arlesa Shepherd, “Women’s Involvement and Interest in William McKinley’s

Political Career as Recorded in Quilts.”

2006 Lois Orr, “Elizabeth Parke Firestone: Her Couture Collection and her Role as a Woman of Influence.”

2005 Gwendolyn Sweezey Lindsey, “Using the Design Process as a Model for Writing a Guide to Making Maille Armour.”

2005 David Heller, “Neo-Classical and Art Deco Schools Designed by M. M. Konarski, Akron, Ohio, 1921-1931.”

2005 Kathryn Kiehl, “The Use and Value of Feng Shui in Interior Design in Northern Ohio.”

2005 Mary Donatelli Schmidt, “Ohio Quilt Artists as Teachers.”

2005 Orachorn Tienchingchai, “Portrayed Images of the Feminine Ideal of Beauty in Fashion Magazines, 2001-2004.”

2003 Jennifer Knaus, “The Early History of Dress Forms in America, 1850-1919.”



OAFCS Outstanding Thesis

2003 Vandita Prasad, “Artifact Study of a Reversible Woven Paisley Shawl.”

2002 Patricia Goodall, “Electric Quilt 4 and Quilt Pro 4: A Comparative Study.”

2002 Leila Britt, “Charles Louis Sallee: Artist and Interior Designer.”

2002 Gayle Hale, “Charlotte S. Lewis: A Nineteenth-Century Ohio Dressmaker.”

OAFCS Outstanding Thesis

1997 Marilyn Lemmon,"Creating a Regional Quilt Exhibition: Using the Design Process as a Research Tool."

1997 J. Carlyne Wormley, "Breaking Barriers: Ebony and the Ebony Fashion Fair."

1996 Nancy Slavkovsky, “Back to Square One: A Material Culture Study of Cleveland's Gordon Square Arcade."

1995 Barbara Cabral, "Madder Dyes in Ohio Coverlets."

1995 Anna Ralph, "Confederate Women's Strategies for Coping with Civil War Clothing Shortages."

1992 Sandra Buckland, "Fashion as a Tool of War: Akron, Ohio, 1942-1943."


E. Honors Projects Directed
2008 Sonja Holgrem.

2004 “A Survey of Structures Built in Summit County, Ohio, Between 1800 and 1899,"

Sabrina Zart

1998 "Elegant Simplicity: Probable Interiors of the Mustill House Parlor and

Bedroom, 1850-1860,” Larisa Maibach.

1990 "Interior Space Planning for the College of Business Administration," Marion

Rohn.

1989 "Registration, Identification, and Storage of the Historic Uniform Collection of



the Western Reserve Girl Scout Council," Anna Ralph.

1988 “Sewing Up History: Reconstruction of Mrs. Frank A. Seiberling's 1887 Wedding

Gown,” Nancy Mego.

1988 "An Interview with Sophia Hinderegger: An Akron Milliner," Michele Johnson.

1987 "High Victorian Jewelry Design and Display," Regina Coleman.

1982 "The Rise and Fall of Women's Necklines: 1900-1920," Marianne Zemonick.


F. Advising
Undergraduate Advisor for Fashion Merchandising majors, currently 35 students.

Graduate Academic Advisor for Clothing, Textiles, and Interiors, currently 4 students.

Current Chair, Thesis Committee: Beth O’Dell, Margaret Bingham, Holli Limbach.

Preceptor, Honors Program, 1982-2000, 2003-04, 2007.


G. Internal Grants
2004. Friends of the University Library Grant for Library Collections.

1998. Facilities Renovation Grant, University of Akron, for updating work tables in fiber arts laboratory.

1997. Ohio Board of Regents Grant to purchase HISTORY OF COSTUME and ARCHITECTURE INTERIORS AND FURNITURE slide presentations.

1996. Urban University Program Grant for "Practicing Preservation: The Mustill House and Store, Akron, Ohio," with Carolyn Albanese, Mary Rainey, and Jean Hines.

1995. Friends of the University Library Grant for Library Collections.

1985. Faculty Grant (#1985-16) from Educational Research and Development Center for course development.

1982. Faculty Grant (#1982-25) from Educational Research and Development Center for course development.

1980. Faculty Research Grant (#683) for "Characteristic Modes of Dress in Akron, Ohio, 1860-1900, as Recorded in Photographs of the Period."

1979. Faculty Grant (#1979-09) from Educational Research and Development Center for documenting Hower House Costumes.

1978. Faculty Research Grant (#590) for "Characteristic Modes of Dress in Northern Ohio, 1860-1900, as Recorded in Photographs of the Period."


H. Other Teaching and Administrative Experience
* Coordinator/Administrator, Lowry Center Crafts Program, College of Wooster, 1971-1974.

* Graduate Assistant, Syracuse University, 1970-1971.

* Teacher of Home Economics in Secondary Schools, East Haven, CT, 1961-1969.

* Teacher of Home Economics in Adult Education Programs, East Haven, CT, 1963-1969.

* Director of Arts and Crafts Program, Buff Ledge Camp, Burlington, VT, Summer 1968.
ACTIVITY IN PROFESSION OR DISCIPLINE
A. Professional Memberships, Offices, and Activities
American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences

(formerly American Home Economics Association), 1961-present.

* OAFCS - District B, President, 2007-08, President-elect, 2006-07, Advisor, 2008-09.

Hosted District B meeting at University of Akron, October 2006. 2007.

* AHEA Accreditation Site Visit Teams, Queens College, November 2007; Stephen F. Austin University, February 2007; Florida State University, February 2006; University of Arkansas, December 1993.

* Attended seven national meetings.

* Certified Home Economist, 1988-1994.

* Art and Design Section, Secretary/Treasurer, 1982-1984.

* Attended eight state and six district meetings in OH, six state meetings in CT.
International Textile and Apparel Association (formerly ACPTC), 1975 to present.

* Ad hoc reviewer for the Clothing and Textiles Research Journal, 1990-1995, 2003-05.

* Editor's Advisory Group for first focused issue of CTRJ, 1989-1992.

* Attended five national and seven regional meetings.

* Presider, concurrent session, 1992 annual meeting.

* Co-chair, "Textile Conservation Forum: Focus on Exhibition," 1992 regional meeting.


The Costume Society of America, 1978 to present.

* Member, CSA Series Editorial Board, 2001 to present

* Ad hoc juror for Dress, 1991 to present.

* Attended two national meetings and eight Region III/IV meetings.

* Juried papers, national symposium, 2007, 2006, 1991; Region III/IV, 1998.

* Nominations Chair, Region III/IV, 1992, 1993.


American Quilt Study Group, 1981 to present.

* Attended twenty-six national seminars, led roundtables, concurrent sessions.

* Editor of Uncoverings, annual volume of research papers, 1994 to 2003.

* President, National Board of Directors, 1990-1993.

* Board Member, Fall 1984-Spring 1994.

* Editor, BLANKET STATEMENTS newsletter, Fall 1989-Fall 1990.

* Scholarship Review Committee, 2004 - present.

Connecticut Home Economics Teachers Association, 1961-69.

* State Chairman, 1964-1965.

* Shoreline Region Chairman, 1963-1964.


Membership in Honorary Societies

* Kappa Delta Pi

* Kappa Omicron Nu (formerly Kappa Omicron Phi and Omicron Nu)

* Mortar Board

* Phi Alpha Theta

* Phi Kappa Phi

* Phi Upsilon Omicron
B. Awards and Recognition
Visiting Faculty Fellowship, International Quilt Study Center, University of

Nebraska-Lincoln, 2004-05.


Associate Fellow of the International Quilt Study Center, University

of Nebraska-Lincoln, September 2001- present.



George Swartz Achievement Award from Wayne County Historical Society, 2000.
1995 Alumni Fellow, College of Human Ecology, Kansas State University.
C. Consulting, Reviewing
* Independent Evaluator for Symposium “Threads of Freedom: The Underground

Railroad Story in Quilts,” Oberlin, OH, June 2001, OHS Grant.

* Consultant for Something Old: Wedding Gowns from 1869-1946 exhibition at

Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens, 3 June - 30 July 2001.

* Reviewed book manuscript for The Connecticut Quilt Search Project, Spring 2001;

published as Quilts and Quiltmakers Covering Connecticut. Atglen, PA:

Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 2001.

* Consultant on 1870s clothing for Mystic Seaport Museum, Mystic, CT, Summer 2000,

February 2001.

* Reviewed grant applications for National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer 1999, Fall 2000.

* Consultant for documentary film project Unraveling the Stories: A Celebration of Ohio

Quiltmakers, BB Sound & Light Ltd., Cleveland, OH, 1995 to 1997.

* Humanities Consultant, for "In der Kiste: Ohio's Germanic Textiles," Ohio Historical

Society symposium, Zoar, Ohio, 26-28 September 1996.

* Consultant for book: Lacy Folmar Bullard, Quilts From Colonial to Contemporary

(Lincolnwood, IL: Publications International, Ltd., 1992).

* Consultant for Exhibition and Publication Committees, Ohio Quilt Research Project,

1988-1991.


* Humanities Consultant for "Women of Summit County: A Self-Guided Tour,"

Women's History Project, Akron, OH, 1991. (OAHSM award of excellence).

* Reviewed The History of Costume manuscript revision for HarperCollins, 1988-91.

* Member of Museum Committee, Summit County Historical Society, 1981-1995.

* Humanities Advisor for film Hearts and Hands, Ferrero Films, San Francisco, CA,

1985-87.


* Costume/Textiles Consultant:

Ashland County Historical Society (1996-present);

Hower House (1986-present);

Stan Hywet Foundation (1997, 1987, 2001- present);

Summit County Historical Society, Akron, OH, 1981-present;

Hayes Museum, Fremont, OH (2001);

Northampton Historical Society (1994);

Goodwill Industries of Akron (1993);

Twinsburg Historical Society (1986);

Stark County Historical Society (1982, 1985).

* Appraisals:

McKinley Costume Collection, McKinley Museum, Canton, OH (1983, 1995); Seiberling Costume Collection, Stan Hywet Foundation, Akron, OH (1982).

* Documentation of Quilt/Coverlet Collection (1982); Inventory, Evaluation, and

Development Plan for Costume Collection (1981), Summit Co. Historical Society.

* Consultant for Quilt Exhibits, Summit County Historical Society, 1991, 1992; Wayne

County Historical Society, 1995.

* Member, "What We Wore in Summit County," Sesquicentennial Exhibit Committee,

Summit County Historical Society, 1990.

* Judge for Hower House (1994), Zoar Village (1997, 1995, 1993), Stan Hywet

Needlework Guild (2005, 1997, 1988, 1984), Wayne County Quilt Show (2006), Medina Needlework Guild (1986), Mahoning County Fair (1983).

* Assisted with Bicentennial Fiber Exhibit, Wooster (1976); College of Wooster Art Museum exhibits: Navaho Weaving and Pottery (1977) and Contemporary American Indian Art (1974).

* Crafts Consultant, Lowry Center Crafts Program, College of Wooster, Wooster, OH, 1974-78.


D. Community Boards
Wayne County Historical Society, Wooster, OH,

Board of Directors, 1998 to 2007.

Textile Committee, 1996-present.

Beall House Restoration Committee, 1999-2004, Co-Chair 2004- present.



Wayne County Collects Exhibit Committee, 2006, 2007, 2008.

Finance Committee, 2004-2005.



Chair, Membership Committee, 1998-2001.

Board Liaison, Wallpaper Oral History Project, 2002-2003.

Staff Search Committees, 2003.


Advisory Committee, Hale Farm and Village, Bath, OH, 2004-2005.

F. Community Presentations, only the last six years listed.

2008

Quilts, Family, and Community in Ohio,” Kappa Kappa Iota Lambda, Akron, OH,

21 May 2008.

“Victorian Crazy Quilts,” Hower House, The University of Akron, 29 July 2008.

2007

Quilt Care and Conservation,” Tree City Quilt Guild, Wooster, OH, 11 June 2007.

Adventures with Historic Costume,” Bierce Library, The University of Akron,

26 April 2007.

“Quilts of Wayne County,” FCS Professionals of Wayne County, Wooster, OH,

24 April 2007.



2006

“Fashions from the Great Depression,” Wayne County Historical Society, 6 August

2006.

“Restoration Update,” Wayne County Historical Society, 11 June 2006.



“The Piece-ful Quilter: Scraps to Splendor,” Kidron Community Historical Society,

25 April 2006.

“Collecting Ohio Quilts,” Hearthside Quilts, Kidron, OH, 18 March 2006.

2005

“A Century of Fashions,” The University of Akron Women’s Committee, 18 October

2005.

“Beall House Restoration Update Tour,” Wooster, OH, 14 August 2005.


“Textile Links Across Generations” for Huron County Extension Service, Akron, OH,

25 July 2005.

“Conservation and Preservation of Vintage Textiles,” Cuyahoga Falls Historical Society,

Cuyahoga Falls, OH, 11 May 2005.

“Fashions of the 1880s and 1890s,” PEO Chapter, Wooster, OH, 12 April 2005.

2004

“Careers in Fashion Merchandising,” Smithville High School, Smithville, OH,

16 December 2004.

“Documenting Family Quilts,” Wooster Tree City Quilters Guild, Wooster, OH,

15 August 2004.

“Turn-of-the-Century Fashions,” Wayne County Historical Society, Wooster, OH,

8 August 2004.

“Fashions of the 1920s,” Women’s Auxiliary Board, Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens,

Akron, Oh, 24 April 2004.

2003

“Coverlets and Quilts of Summit County,” Summit County Historical Society, Akron,

OH, 20 November 2003.

“Wayne County Coverlet Weavers,” Wooster Bicentenntial Program, 16 August 2003.

“Beall House Restoration Tour Update,” Wayne County Historical Society, Wooster, OH,

14 June 2003.

“Antique Identification: Needlework and Textiles,” Ashland County Historical Society, Ashland, OH, 6 April 2003.

“Nineteenth-Century Coverlets,” History of Crafts Class, School of Art, University of Akron, 24 February 2003.




UNIVERSITY SERVICE
A. Non-reimbursed Administration
Curator of the Historic Costume and Textile Collection, School of Family and Consumer Sciences, The University of Akron (over 4000 items), 1974 to present.
Curator of the Hower House Costume Collection, The University of Akron, 1978 to 1996.
B. University of Akron Committees
* University Council Exploratory Committee, 2006 - present

* University Library Committee, 2006 - 2008.

* University Academic Alignment Work Group – Improving Life and Health, 2007

* University Appeals Committee, 2006-2007.

* Balanced Scorecard Indicators Workgroup, 2005.

Research sub-committee.

* Member, Task Force for University Program Review, Fall 2003 to 2005.

Undergraduate program review sub-committee.

* Member, AdHoc Committee on Decision Making, 2005-06.

* Member, Decision Making/Recommending Entities Task Force, Fall 2002 to 2005



Chair, 04-05

* Dissertation Committee for College of Education. 2008 (Werhan); 1988 (Solis)

* Member, Executive Committee, Faculty Senate, 2002-03.

* Member, Faculty Senate, 1993-99, 2000-03.

* Campus Facilities Planning Committee, 1993-99, 2000-03. Ad hoc, 2004-present.

* Faculty Senate Advisory Group for Presidential Search, 1997-98.

* Campus Development Planning Committee, 1996.

* University Research Council, 1994-97.

* Faculty Advisory Committee to the President, 1988-89.

* Faculty Observer to the Board of Trustees, The University of Akron, 1988-89.



* Founders Day Committee, 1987.

* Planning Committee for North Central Women's Studies Association Regional Conference, University of Akron, 1987.




C. College of Fine and Applied Arts Committees

* College Tenure/Promotion Committee, 2002-2006.

* Distinguished Professor Nominating Committee, 2003-present..

* Faculty Advisory Committee to the Dean, 2003-04.

* Search Committee for Associate Dean, 2003.

* Diversity Week Committee, 1998.

* College Appeals Committee, 1998-2000; alternate, 1992-1995.

* Committee to Review College Bylaws, 1992-1995.

* Search Committee for Dean of the College, 1987.

* Reappointment, Tenure, Promotion Committee, Department of Dance, 1987, 1988.

* Theater Undergraduate Program Review Committee, 1985.

* Interdisciplinary Committee, 1983-86.

* Hearing Board Pool, 1979-84.
D. School of Family and Consumer Science Committees

* FCS Core Review Committee - I developed new core course, 2006-07.

* Child Life Advisory Board, 2003-present.

* Search Chair: FCS Teacher education( 2005), School Director (2000-02), fashion merchandising (2000, 1999, 1998), textiles (1999).

* Chair, School Director Evaluation Committee, Spring 2005.

* School Representative, United Way Campaign, 2002, 2003.

* Chair, retirement events for ERIP faculty, Spring 2000.

* Graduate Faculty, 1980 to Present.

* Graduate Assistant Selection Committee, 1992-1994.

* Library Chairman, 1976-84, 1990.

* Reappointment, Tenure and Promotion Committee: Chair, 1981-82, 1990-91,

Chair, promotion to professor, 2005.

* Member, Thesis Committee: Ellen DeLong (2008), Candice Young (1998), Sarah VanLoon, Vera McEvoy (1994), Beth Robinson (1994), Eileen Ptacek (1993), Debbie Holt Rudder (1992).

* Search Committees for four positions in dietetics, for department head, for family and consumer science education (1998), for interior design (1999), for child development (2007)

* Faculty and Staff Development, 1980-85, Chair 1982-83.

* Alumni Relations, 1987-90.

* Student Awards Night, 1988-89.

* AHEA Accreditation, Program Committee Chair, 1981-82.

* Curriculum Committee, 1980-82.



* Undergraduate Core Committee, 1980.



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