Time Faculty Position In Composition And Rhetoric

NEW YORK — The Soho Loft Media Group sponsors the style tech investment conference organized by FashInvest on 11 December 2014 in New York City. She is the co-author of the article Style and Substance: Style in Twenty-Initial-Century Investigation Libraries,” published in Art Documentation in 2012, which won the 2013 Worldwide Books Analysis Award for Publications from the Art Libraries Society of North America. Lindsay evaluations books on fashion, art history, and museum research for Library Journal and ARLIS/NA Reviews. Dr. LeeAnn Turegon-Rutkovsky’s investigation and experience is the global company culture of style.

Nicole Kirpalani, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor and Associate Chair of the Marketing and advertising, Management, and Finance Division at LIM College, New York, NY. Her investigation interests focus on consumer relationships with style brands and sustainable consumption in the context of luxury brands. With an M.A. in English, at ProQuest she has the pleasure of supporting academic researchers by managing a suite of digital sources on art, music, design, architecture, and style which consists of TheVogue Archive and the Women’s Put on DailyArchive from Condé Nast.

Her analysis interests contain the following: Communication and Media Style Enterprise, History and Current Problems Gender Equity and Inclusion Multilingual Education and Language Policy Tourism Policy and Sustainable Development. She has contributed to Dress, the journal of the Costume Society of America Critical Research in Men’s Fashion and Proceedings: the journal of the Textile Society of America. Dylan has completed a BA (Hons.) in Communication at Simon Fraser University and a MA in Style at Ryerson University.

Professor Nancy Ostroff, is complete time faculty, Associate Professor and Assistant Chairperson of FIT’s Style Merchandising Management Division. She is author and instructor of FIT’s new courses: Style Forecasting for Merchandisers, and the pre-college version Fashion Forecasting: Seeing Into The Future. Her musings on fashion and its history have appeared in each print and on the web at Luri & She resides in Washington, DC.

She also teaches various other courses which includes The Company of Licensing, Style Merchandising, and Workshop in Apparel Merchandising, Professor Ostroff holds A.A.S. and B.S. degrees in Fashion Marketing from Fashion Institute of Technology, and a M.A. Degree in Organization Education from New York University. It is in the middle of a style Capitol so the items you get to knowledge really support.