2011 Proceedings Professional Development Track
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2011 ITAA Proceedings #68

Philadelphia, PA, USA

Below is a list of scholarship presented in the Professional Development track. The proceedings are held at the Iowa State University Special Collections and are retrievable here.

 


Professional Development 


DeMirjyn, M. & Sanders, E.A. (2011). Developing Chicana/o and Latina/o Ethnic Identities through Mexican and Indigenous Symbolic Textile Imagery: A Service Learning Project

Hiller-Connell, K.Y. & Kozar, J.M. (2011). Times They are A-changin’: Identifying the Motivations and Expectations of the Millennial-Generation Apparel and Textiles Master’s Degree Students

Hur, W.-M., Han, S.-J., & Yoo, J.-J. (2011). The Impact of Emotional Labor on Job Satisfaction, Performance, and Turnover Intentions among Retail Employees

Lee, S.-E., Wyss, J., Domina, T., & MacGillivray, M. (2011). Cotton Island: Developing an Avatar-based 3-D Virtual Learning Environment in Second Life for Textile and Apparel Students

Lim, C.M., Wyatt, N., Mariotz, E., & Samoni, L.(2011). Interdisciplinary Learning and Assessment: Innovative Pedagogical Approach for Fashion/Apparel Education

Manikowske, L. & Sunderlin, S.R. (2011). Clothing and Connections: A Partnership for Service Learning

Manikowske , L. & Sunderlin, S.R (2011). The Salvation Army Store Project: Students Make a Difference

Presley, A.B. (2011). How Not to Miss a Lecture

Studak, C.M. (2011). Annual Reports: Resource for Key Business Strategies Used by Leading Fashion Retailers

Su, J. (2011). Women Entrepreneurs in China’s Apparel Industry: A Study of Women’s Career Development

Tyner, K., Sullivan, P., Hustvedt, G., Dupont, A., & Ryu, J. (2011). Integrating Experiential Learning into the Classroom: A Case of Sustainable Product Development and Marketing of Cotton

Watchravesringkan, K., Hodges, N., Yurchisin, J., Hegland, J., Karpova, E., Marcketti, S., & Yan, R.-N. (2011). Modeling Entrepreneurial Career Intentions of Textile and Apparel Undergraduates: An Examination of the Moderating Role of  Entrepreneurial Knowledge and Skills 

 

 

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