2020-21 Curated ASID Member CEU Package

2020-21 Curated ASID Member CEU Package

Easily fulfill your member CEU requirement by December 31, 2021 with this curated package featuring the best of ASID programs.

Looking for content to fulfill your ASID member CEU requirement? ASID has made it easy for you to get started and earn all ten CEUs required with this curated package featuring ASID programs, Research, and the ASID Foundation. Highlighting the “best of” ASID CEUs produced over the past year, this curated collection will allow you to fulfill your continuing education requirement and learn from ASID Research, ASID Foundation grantees, and expert speakers from the ASID 2021 Virtual Conference. This special package for ASID members will be open for registration only through December 31, 2021

If you’re already working on your CEU requirement, keep going! These CEUs are recommended, not required. Learn more about the ASID member CEU requirement.

  • Click on the "CEUs" tab to view the courses included.
  • You can still sign up for the package even if you have already registered for and/or completed any of the CEUs in the package. Register for the package to activate the remaining CEUs.
  • Once you've completed the ten CEUs in the package:
    • Go to your Dashboard
    • Click on the "Transcript/Achievements" button in the top left corner.
    • You will see the "2020-21 ASID Member CEU Requirement Package" heading with all ten CEUs listed.
    • You can view individual certificates for each completed CEU, or scroll to the bottom of the list to access your certificate of achievement for fulfilling your CEU requirement!

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    • ASID has access to your CEU transcript; no need to send us the certificate.
  • Hear from the 2020 Outcome of Design Awards winners and sponsors, and learn how to build projects that yield research results and effectively communicate the impact of your design solutions to clients and other stakeholders.

    Hear from the 2020 Outcome of Design Awards winners and sponsors, and learn how to build projects that yield research results and effectively communicate the impact of your design solutions to clients and other stakeholders.

    Celebrating the power of design, the ASID Outcome of Design Awards highlight new tools and processes in design, strategy, technology, and research. The 2020 winning projects, the Sensory Wellbeing Hub by HKS and M Moser Associates Living Lab by M Moser Associates, successfully demonstrate the measurable effect of projects on people in spaces. Learn from the winners as they detail their processes and the human-centric results of their work. You will walk away with actionable approaches to design your projects with the goal of measuring results to yield research outcomes and support continuous learning. The 2020 Outcome of Design Awards are presented by ASID, in partnership with Herman Miller and Mohawk Group, with Metropolis as media partner.

    This is a recording of a webinar presented on June 17, 2020.


    What You Will Learn
    • Identify the key outcomes of this year’s successful design solutions.
    • Summarize how award winners utilized new tools and processes in design, strategy, technology, and research to focus on the quantifiable effect of projects on people in spaces.
    • Outline some of the ways that the award winners measured their impact of their design solutions.
    • Evaluate trends and innovations in human-centric design as demonstrated by the award-winning solutions.

    Continuing Education Approvals 
    • 1.5 IDCEC CEU | CC-111984 (Your CEU will be reported to IDCEC on your behalf)
    • 1.5 AIA LU | PROOFONLINE (AIA Members: Please contact education@asid.org to have your completion recorded)

    Related Content


    Access Period: One year from registration date. 

    Lisa Adams, NCIDQ

    Principal, Senior Interior Designer, HKS, Inc.

    Lisa Adams is a Senior Interior Designer and Principal at HKS. She partners closely with HKS Research to produce forward-thinking design solutions. She is one of the founding Steering Committee members of Citizen HKS, a consortium of design professionals within HKS working on public interest design projects. Lisa’s commercial and healthcare spaces have won awards both nationally and internationally. Lisa’s volunteer work in public interest design includes five years with Designs for Dignity. She currently sits on the DIFFA board and formerly sat on the board for The Right Livelihood Project. 

    Grant Christofely

    Senior Associate – Workplace Strategist, M Moser Associates

    Grant and his team are on a mission to unlock high performance in clients' businesses and cultures. The core of his work is supporting organizations in making transformative change not only in their workplace, but also in their culture. Grant uses his expertise to create environments that reflect the needs and objectives of the client organization. Additionally, he works with clients to explore and implement how the digital environment can support organizational performance.

    Jackie Dettmar, Industry Partner ASID

    Vice President of Design and Product Development, Mohawk Group

    Jackie is an industry veteran with almost three decades of diverse experience. She leads the Design and Product Development Studios at Mohawk Group in Dalton, GA and is responsible for the brand's showrooms. She has designed flooring solutions ranging from luxury high end wool product for Ralph Lauren, to corporate tile products for Google and Amazon, to historic woven renovation products. With a B.S. in Textile Science and an MBA, Jackie considers herself a creative scientist. She believes that design impacts all aspects of business and that creative thinkers can change the world.

    Joseph White

    Director of Design Strategy, Placemaking Research & Insight

    Herman Miller

    Joseph White brings over 15 years of design experience to Herman Miller’s ongoing research into human-focused workplace design and currently executes strategies around those findings. He earned a Bachelor of Science in interior design from the University of Tennessee, where his studies opened up explorations into nonverbal communication, color theory, and the interactions between people and their environments. From this academic core, he built a professional vita around one fundamental belief: that everything is connected.

    Susan Chung, Ph.D.

    Vice President, Research and Knowledge

    American Society of Interior Designers

    Susan Chung, Ph.D., focuses on the impact of design research. She connects design with research to improve human experiences in the interior environment, translates research into applicable design implications, and conducts research projects that create meaningful positive impacts. She comes from an interior design background, holding a BA from Michigan State University and an MID from the University of Florida. She integrated interior design with behavioral research for her doctorate degree in Human Behavior and Design at Cornell University, with a focus on design attributes related to creativity in workplace environments.

    Avinash Rajagopal (Moderator)

    Editor-in-Chief, Metropolis

    Avinash Rajagopal is the editor-in-chief of Metropolis magazine. He is an expert on product and interior design in the digital age, is a historian of contemporary design, and frequently speaks at key industry events. He is the author of Hacking Design (Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, 2013) and has contributed to numerous volumes on architecture and design, including Adhocracy (Istanbul Design Biennial, 2012), Making Africa (Vitra Design Museum, 2015), and Atlas of Furniture Design (Vitra Design Museum, forthcoming). Avinash has lectured on design history and writing at the School of Visual Arts, New York; the University of Texas at Austin; and the National Institute of Design, India.

  • Learn how the interior design profession is reinventing itself, breaking down barriers to develop new partnerships and new approaches to the practice and process of design.

    Learn how the interior design profession is reinventing itself, breaking down barriers to develop new partnerships and new approaches to the practice and process of design.

    The disruption of COVID-19 has elevated the importance of interior design and the experiences within the built environment. This is an opportune time to re-evaluate and challenge the industry to invent a better future. We encourage designers to see the intersections among practice areas for application, expand partnerships with non-designers for innovation, and build trust among clients for business. Learn about the changes in design by each practice area, the revolutionized view of health, safety and welfare, and how these new practices and processes are strengthening the value of design. 

    This is a recording of a webinar presented on November 10, 2020.


    What You Will Learn
    • Examine changes in design by practice area  
    • Review expected changes in design processes  
    • Identify areas of cross-disciplinary learning 
    • Communicate the power and value of interior design 

    Continuing Education Approvals
    • 1.5 IDCEC CEU | CC-113382 (Your CEU will be reported to IDCEC on your behalf.)
    • 1.5 AIA LU | ASIDREVID (AIA Members: Please contact education@asid.org to have your completion reported)

    Related Content


    Access Period: One year from date of registration.

    Tom Ito, FAIA, LEED AP

    Hospitality Leader, Principal

    Gensler

    Tom launched Gensler’s Hospitality practice in the late 1990s with the celebrated renovation of the Beverly Hills Hotel. He has since expanded the practice to an international scale, leading complex mixed-use, entertainment, master planning, and hotel projects worldwide. He has a comprehensive understanding of complex lifestyle projects and an ability to deliver outstanding guest experiences. His recent work includes the 18-million-square-foot CityCenter development on the Las Vegas Strip; the award-winning Shore Hotel (a LEED®-certified luxury oceanfront resort) in Santa Monica; and the Westin Denver International Airport (the first LEED® Platinum major U.S. airport hotel). Other notable projects include Metropolis (a mixed-use development consisting of a hotel, residences, office, and retail) in the heart of downtown Los Angeles and the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills. Tom is a Registered Architect and earned a Bachelor of Science in Architecture at the University of Southern California. 

    Kerrie Kelly, FASID, NKBA, CAPS

    CEO & Creative Director, Kerrie Kelly Design Lab

    Past Chair, ASID National Board of Directors

    With over 25 years of experience, Kerrie is Creative Director for Kerrie Kelly Design Lab, an award-winning California based interior design firm.  She is also an author, contributor, product designer, and multi-media consultant, helping national brands reach the interior design market. Kerrie is a Fellow and Chair to the National Board for the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID); Global Connect Advisor for the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA); Houzz Pro Advisory Board Member; and Zillow Interior Design National Spokesperson. She is an avid representative, speaker and on-air talent for Outdoor Living and Livable Design initiatives. Kerrie has authored two books: Home Decor: A Sunset Design Guide with Sunset Books and My Interior Design Kit, with Pearson Professional and Career Education.  

    David Levo, AICP

    Principal and Board Director, Higher Education Practice Leader

    Perkins Eastman

    David leads Perkins Eastman’s fast-growing higher education practice with colleges and universities across the world. His clients include institutions from New York to California, and globally, from Asia to the Middle East. Rooted in Perkins Eastman's "Human by Design" philosophy, David and his team know the power of design to transform, enrich, and tackle the most pressing challenges. Over 2020, they have embarked upon a wide-array of design research efforts focused on COVID and post-COVID questions. These efforts include interviews with dozens of university leaders on their rapidly evolving approaches to student engagement, health and safety, technology, facilities, and finances. The post-COVID research focuses on how people are reacting to and learning from the pervasive experience of remote learning. Both streams of research speak to people’s enduring desire to come together in-person in high-quality, thoughtful spaces.  

    Kay Sargent, FASID, CID, LEED AP, MCR/w, WELL AP 

    Senior Principal | Director of WorkPlace

    HOK 

    With 37 years of experience, Kay is a recognized expert on workplace design and strategy issues and an award-winning designer. Kay is Global Co-Director of HOK’s WorkPlace team and sits on HOK’s Board of Directors. In 2020 she was named ASID’s Designer of Distinction. She has been selected from her field of peers to provide Congressional Subject Matter Expert Testimony to the U.S. House of Representatives on  “Federal Real Estate Post-COVID-19: A View from The Private Sector.” Kay currently serves on the AVIXA Board of Directors; ASID’s Foundation Research Taskforce; George Washington University Advisory Council; the IWBI Mind Advisory Team and the Advisory Boards for I+S and WorkDesign magazines. She was recently names ASID’s Designer of Distinction for 2020 and was in 2021 was selected from her field of peers to provide Congressional Subject Matter Expert Testimony to the U.S. House of Representatives on  “Federal Real Estate Post-COVID-19: A View from The Private Sector.”

    Amy E. Corneliussen Sickeler, ASID, CHID, LEED AP

    Design Principal, Wellness and Healthcare Expert

    Perkins&Will

    Amy’s creative career for the past 35 years has taken her along a journey filled with rich imagination and multifaceted practical applications in research and design theory. With a focus on wellness design, she has dedicated her career to the design of innovative healing spaces and works on providing healthy buildings and interiors on every project. Amy works with clients in an integrated process, weaving together the disciplines of research, planning, product design, architecture, and interior design, satisfying complex project requirements while maximizing design opportunities. Her portfolio includes a wide variety of clients from corporate and commercial to healthcare and education, both domestic and international. 

    Katie Kervin (Moderator)

    Senior Managing Editor

    Hospitality Design and Boutique Design, Emerald

    With more than a decade of experience as an editor and writer, Katie Kervin brings a passion for storytelling and a keen editorial eye. Having worked for magazines, in marketing and PR at an architectural firm, and as a marketing/communications consultant, she is well-versed in the realms of hospitality design and architecture. Katie was managing editor of Hospitality Design magazine from 2014-2017 and has recently returned as senior managing editor of both Boutique Design and Hospitality Design magazines. She holds a BA in English and a master’s degree in writing from Portland State University.

     

  • Confidently specify lighting solutions with a better understanding of the science behind circadian systems and human health.

    Confidently specify lighting solutions with a better understanding of the science behind circadian systems and human health.


    Supported by
    ASID Foundation



    Learn more about how the eye functions and the visual and non-visual effects of light on the human body. This introduction to the science of light’s impact on circadian systems will help you to confidently specify lighting solutions that contribute to health and well-being. We’ll focus on the impact of light on sleep quality and critical design considerations for older adults. This course was produced by Drexel University with support from an ASID Foundation Transform Grant.


    What You Will Learn
    • Explain the importance of light at night and how the non-visual effects of light regulate the body’s rhythms.  
    • Describe the mechanics of vision and how the eye works. 
    • Assess strategies for the design of the indoor lighting environment, especially considering older adults. 
    • Identify light evaluation parameters for the indoor lighting environment. 
    • Describe how LED lighting can mimic the natural 24-hour daylight cycle to improve health outcomes in building interiors.

    Continuing Education Approvals
    • 1 IDCEC CEU | HSW | CC-114646 (Your CEU will be reported on your behalf by ASID)


    Access Period: One year from registration date. 

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    This CEU is registered with the International Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC) for continuing education credits. This credit will be accepted by the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), International Interior Designers Association (IIDA) and Interior Designers of Canada (IDC).

    The content included is not deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by IDCEC of any material or construction or any method or manner of handling, using distributing or dealing in any material or product.

    Questions related to specific materials, methods and services should be directed to the instructor and provider of the CEU.

    This program is registered for 1 CEU value | HSW. The IDCEC class-code is: CC-114646.

    Attendees who do not belong to ASID, IIDA or IDC and do not have a unique IDCEC number will be provided with a Certificate of Completion after this CEU.

    Eugenia Victoria Ellis, Ph.D., AIA

    Director, dLUX Light Lab | Professor, Architecture, Design & Urbanism, Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts and Design

    Drexel University

    Dr. Eugenia Victoria Ellis, AIA is a Professor at Drexel University with dual appointments in the College of Engineering and the Westphal College of Media Arts & Design. She holds degrees in architecture from the University of Illinois at Chicago (B.Arch.), the University of Pennsylvania (M.S.) and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Ph.D.). Director of the dLUX light lab, she specializes in the visual and non-visual effects of light and view on design to promote occupant health and low-energy use.  Dr. Ellis’ research includes low-energy building design, responsive urban environments, daylighting, spatial visualization, visual perception, and altered states of perception, such as blindness and dementia.

  • Apply research-based tools to identify design solutions for aging in place.

    Apply research-based tools to identify design solutions for aging in place.


    Supported by
    ASID Foundation


    Benefit from research exploring older adults’ perceptions and attitudes toward currently available interior design features and assistive technologies that support active living at home. You will learn about assistive technology solutions to support four active living categories: housekeeping; environmental controls; safety and security; and environmental adaptations, in addition to comprehensive smart home/home automation systems. In addition, receive hands-on guidance in applying accessible online tools in your research on assistive technology design solutions. This course presents an overview and findings from a study conducted by Virginia Tech, funded by the ASID Foundation Transform Grant. 


    What You Will Learn
    • Identify currently available design and ambient assistive technologies that can support active living in residential environments of older adults 
    • Recognize which design features and/or assistive technologies may be more appropriate for different older adult populations based on income or ability level 
    • Describe how research studying policy and design process decisions can apply to the larger design community. 
    • Utilize the interactive data visualizations to make informed design decisions on home-based technologies. 

    Continuing Education Approvals
    • 1 IDCEC CEU | HSW | CC-114645 (Your CEU will be reported on your behalf by ASID)


    Access Period: One year from registration date. 

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    This CEU is registered with the International Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC) for continuing education credits. This credit will be accepted by the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), International Interior Designers Association (IIDA) and Interior Designers of Canada (IDC).

    The content included is not deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by IDCEC of any material or construction or any method or manner of handling, using distributing or dealing in any material or product.

    Questions related to specific materials, methods and services should be directed to the instructor and provider of the CEU.

    This program is registered for 1 CEU value | HSW. The IDCEC class-code is: CC-114645.

    Attendees who do not belong to ASID, IIDA or IDC and do not have a unique IDCEC number will be provided with a Certificate of Completion after this CEU.

    Elif Tural, Ph.D., WELL AP, LEED Green Assoc.

    Assistant Professor of Interior Design, School of Architecture and Design

    Virginia Tech

    Elif Tural, Ph.D., WELL AP, LEED Green Assoc. is an Assistant Professor of Interior Design in Virginia Tech’s School of Architecture + Design. Dr. Tural received her Ph.D. in Environmental Design and Planning from Arizona State University. Her multidisciplinary design education includes an MFA in Interior Architecture, and a B.Arch. Her research interests include design factors for health and active living with a focus on senior residential environments and lighting design. As the 2017 Edison Price Fellow of the Nuckolls Fund, Dr. Tural worked at Oculus Lighting Studio, a Los Angeles-based architectural lighting design firm to enhance her research and teaching in the field of lighting design. She holds WELL AP and LEED credentials, and is a member of EDRA, IDEC, and IESNA.

  • See how social justice projects benefit the people and communities they serve and impact the design teams involved.

    See how social justice projects benefit the people and communities they serve and impact the design teams involved.


    Supported by


    ASID Foundation      National Building Museum



    Designing for social justice puts people and communities first. The beauty of social justice projects is seen in the resulting impact and reflection of the communities they serve. Hear from the designers and educators who have led projects on a variety of scales, from the built environment to the development of curriculum, and see how this work can bring about positive mental, physical, and social outcomes for people and communities. Inversely, find out how the design team is impacted by the lessons learned from the people they serve in these projects. Be empowered to bring social justice practices into your work to have a lasting benefit, seen and felt for decades. 

    This is a recording of a webinar presented on June 22, 2021.


    What You Will Learn
    • Identify the impacts social justice (human-centered) projects have on people who occupy these spaces and the surrounding community.
    • Recognize the influence of designers who lead the development of social justice projects.
    • Recognize how designers become better at their craft when they open themselves to different lived experiences. 
    • Understand how such social justice projects mentally, physically, and socially impact people and society.
    • Learn best practices from project examples to apply in your design approach. 

    Continuing Education Approvals
    • 1 IDCEC CEU | CC-114794 (Your CEU will be reported to IDCEC on your behalf.)

    Access Period: One year from registration date. 

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    This CEU is registered with the International Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC) for continuing education credits. This credit will be accepted by the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), International Interior Designers Association (IIDA) and Interior Designers of Canada (IDC).

    The content included is not deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by IDCEC of any material or construction or any method or manner of handling, using distributing or dealing in any material or product.

    Questions related to specific materials, methods and services should be directed to the instructor and provider of the CEU.

    This program is registered for 1 CEU value. The IDCEC class-code is: CC-114794.

    Attendees who do not belong to ASID, IIDA or IDC and do not have a unique IDCEC number will be provided with a Certificate of Completion after this CEU.

    Nina Briggs, Allied ASID

    Lecturer, Cal Poly Pomona | Founder, The Fabric

    Co-President, L.A. Forum for Architecture & Urban Design

    As design becomes increasingly interdisciplinary and intersectional, Nina Briggs explores how these shifts transform pedagogy and practice – how paradigms of perspective, representation, narrative, and experience are interrogated and acknowledged. Ms. Briggs’s research employs an informed and holistic observation of human behavior and the layering of cultural operating systems in the making of space. This approach is working to incorporate the sensorial factors permeating the built environment and the human experience therein. Ms. Briggs believes these are the keys to unlocking future visions for just and healthy places – towards building communities of well-being and coexistence with the natural world, exercising our pleasure and responsibility as designers to ethically reshape the landscape. 

    Erin Christensen Ishizaki, AIA, AICP

    Partner

    Mithun

    Erin Christensen Ishizaki is an urban planner and architect who partners with cities, agencies, trusts, and developers to put people first in support of strong economies and resilient environments. Erin understands the power of collaboration, with over 20 years’ experience advancing healthy housing, transit-oriented development, and high-performance districts. She knows that business success and social good are not at odds – in fact, the most successful projects use an inclusive, holistic approach to maximize investment for all. Erin’s practice actively integrates cross-disciplinary research in projects, like the widely published Mariposa Healthy Living District, and helps shape industry standards, like the EcoDistricts Protocol. Erin was recognized by the Urban Land Institute as a Global 40 Under 40 Professional.

    Angelita Scott, Ph.D., Allied ASID

    Director, Community Concept and Health Equity Lead

    International WELL Building Institute (IWBI)

    Angelita Scott is Director and Community Concept Lead for the WELL Building Standard and IWBI Health Equity Lead. Scott has worked in the interior design profession as a university professor, researcher, and practitioner for more than 20 years. She holds a doctorate degree from the University of Minnesota in Interior Design with an evidence-based focus on well-being related to stress reduction, satisfaction, and culture. Her research takes a preventative approach to the interior environment, supporting mental and physical health for all through a social justice lens.  

  • Design environments that build resilience in individuals through restorative experiences.

    Design environments that build resilience in individuals through restorative experiences.

    Developing resilience is a continual, iterative process that strengthens our “muscles” in preparation for catastrophic events, a process that can also increase the flexibility of individuals and communities in response to crisis. Tools like prospective hindsight and “pre- and pro-mortems” can facilitate proactive visions of positive and negative futures, building our capacity to meet future challenges by directing us toward positive outcomes. Learn how to apply these tools in a multisensory, experiential planning framework that can strengthen the resilience of individuals in the built environment through a deliberately curated, iterative, and restorative experience. In this interactive workshop, you’ll have the opportunity to practice the design lessons learned in small group brainstorm sessions.

    Content developed as part of the ASID Ones to Watch Scholar Leadership Development Program, supported by Steelcase and Shaw Contract. Learn more about ASID Ones to Watch.

    This is a recording of a workshop presented on July 20, 2021. Note the live workshop included a group exercise, which is referenced in the recording. The group work time and discussion have been edited out.


    What You Will Learn
    • Identify the human needs for restorative experiences in the built environment 
    • List sources of degeneration most commonly experienced in daily life 
    • Identify the ways in which the built environment can produce restorative experiences 
    • Recognize examples and characteristics of restorative design practices 


    Continuing Education Approval
    • 1 IDCEC CEU | HSW | CC-115591 (Your CEU will be reported to IDCEC on your behalf)


    Access Period: One year after registration.

    Lida Lewis, ASID, RID, WELL Faculty, LEED AP ID+C

    Associate Principal & Interior Design Director

    Page

    One of the first WELL APs, WELL Faculty, and Fitwel Ambassadors, Lida Lewis is an architect by training and an interior architect in practice with a strong focus on sustainability and its impact on the people in the spaces we design. As director of interiors at Page’s DC office, Lida utilizes her years of design and sustainability expertise to spearhead thought leadership and efforts incorporating the best of scientific and medical research into design strategies across all her work. She currently is a part of the global WELL Mind Concept Advisory and Health Equity Advisories, as well as a reviewer for drafts of the WELL Community Standard and WELL v2.  She was recently a part of ULI Health Leaders, recognized as an ASID “One to Watch”, and regularly serves as an subject matter expert in health and well-being, giving presentations from LA to Oman and writing on various well-being topics. 

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    This CEU is registered with the International Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC) for continuing education credits. This credit will be accepted by the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), International Interior Designers Association (IIDA) and Interior Designers of Canada (IDC).

    The content included is not deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by IDCEC of any material or construction or any method or manner of handling, using distributing or dealing in any material or product.

    Questions related to specific materials, methods and services should be directed to the instructor and provider of the CEU.

    This program is registered for 1 CEU value | HSW. The IDCEC class-code is: CC-115591.

    Attendees who do not belong to ASID, IIDA or IDC and do not have a unique IDCEC number will be provided with a Certificate of Completion after this CEU.

  • Learn how to apply ASID’s research on societal trends, economics, and the state of interior design in your business and practice.

    Learn how to apply ASID’s research on societal trends, economics, and the state of interior design in your business and practice.

    With key insights for the future of the profession and its summary of key societal and economic trends and their implication for design, the ASID Outlook and State of Interior Design Report is required reading for interior designers. But how does that relate to your day-to-day work/life reality? Gain an overview of how to navigate the Report to find the most pertinent details, then hear directly from your peers on how they’ve applied the research to inform their business/firm, client relationships, and the practice and teaching of design.

    On-demand content presented as part of the 2021 ASID Virtual Conference on July 21, 2021. 


    What You Will Learn
    • List the key types of data and trends information you can find in the ASID Outlook and State of Interior Design. 
    • Identify examples of how you can apply the demographic trends data to inform your design business decisions. 
    • Describe how the data on the employment trends in interior design can influence your hiring practices and influence interior design education. 
    •  Recognize how data on societal and economic trends will impact your conversations with clients.

    Continuing Education Approval 
    • 1 IDCEC CEU | CC-114950 (Your CEU will be reported to IDCEC on your behalf)


    Access Period: One year from registration date. 

    Susan Chung, Ph.D.

    Vice President, Research and Knowledge

    American Society of Interior Designers

    Susan Chung, Ph.D., focuses on the impact of design research. She connects design with research to improve human experiences in the interior environment, translates research into applicable design implications, and conducts research projects that create meaningful positive impacts. She comes from an interior design background, holding a BA from Michigan State University and an MID from the University of Florida. She integrated interior design with behavioral research for her doctorate degree in Human Behavior and Design at Cornell University, with a focus on design attributes related to creativity in workplace environments.

    Craig Anderchak, ASID, NCIDQ

    Market Leader, Interior Design, Vice President

    Nelson

    Boldly Transforming…Craig Anderchak – Interior Design Market Leader

    is a Vice President and Interior Design Market Leader for NELSON in Atlanta. He is a member of the SE Regional Leadership Team representing offices in Charlotte, Alpharetta, Atlanta, Jacksonville, Tamp and Miami. NELSON Worldwide is an architecture, design and strategy top 5 firm rooted in insight, shaped by ingenuity and driven by results.
    As Market leader, Craig drives growth through cultivating client relationships, establishing new market opportunities, and by providing leadership across the NELSON platform. The Market Leader has is the face of NELSON in the market.

    Ellen Fisher, Ph.D., FASID

    VP for Academic Affairs & Dean

    New York School of Interior Design

    Dr. Ellen Fisher, a Certified Interior Designer with graduate degrees in teaching with technology and architectural studies, is dean and VP for Academic Affairs of NYSID, where she has led the college through a period of growth and increased prestige. A Fellow of ASID and of the Interior Design Educators Council, Dr. Fisher was recently awarded a Steelcase Social Innovation Fellowship and is creating a PreCollege program to increase diversity in the design profession. She is the author of the seminal book, “HOME: Foundations of Enduring Spaces,” and has been named by DesignIntelligence as a Most Admired Design Educator.

    Laura McDonald Stewart, FASID, RID, LEED AP, WELL AP

    Owner, Laura McDonald Enterprises | Founder

    Laura McDonald Enterprises | PLiNTH & CHiNTZ: Interior Design Blog and Industry Resource

    Laura received her BS in Civil Engineering from Southern Methodist University and her MFA in Interior Design from Savannah College of Art and Design. After several years designing corporate projects, she founded Laura McDonald Enterprises and PLiNTH & CHiNTZ, the interior design blog and industry resource. For almost 10 years Stewart also managed METROCON Expo & Conference, the annual two-day event in Dallas focusing on the built environment. She has served on the ASID National Board, currently sits on four interior design department advisory councils, and was the recipient of the 2009 NCIDQ National Louis S. Tregre Award.

    George Brazil, ASID, CID

    Partner

    SagreraBrazil Design, Inc.

    George Brazil, ASID, CID, is a partner at SagreraBrazil Design. Based in San Francisco, their 25 years of experience in designing modern high-rise condominiums and home renovations ensures the highest level of luxury and service as they transform residential spaces throughout the US. George devotes his time outside of work to the advancement of the interior design profession. Serving as the current president of the Northern California Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art (ICAA), he is also the board chair of the California Council for Interior Design Certification (CCIDC) and a past president of the California North Chapter of ASID.

  • Understand the impact of the pandemic on interior design and the opportunity for collaboration in a high level conversation lead by the ASID IMPACT Review Leadership in discussion with industry leaders.

    Understand the impact of the pandemic on interior design and the opportunity for collaboration in a high level conversation lead by the ASID IMPACT Review Leadership in discussion with industry leaders.

    Supported by
    • IWBI
    • BOMA International 
    • BIFMA 
    • IFMA 

    As we migrate out of the COVID-19 pandemic back to ‘normal life,’ it is important to consider “lessons learned” as a part of the experience. The design of the built environment, in its totality, has emerged as the single most critical factor impacting the human condition, as over 90% of our time is spent indoors. Stakeholders in the building, design, construction, and management sectors must collaborate more than ever, as the scope of work is interdisciplinary and vitally connected. Essential in this conversation is the work of scientists and biologists, researchers, and medical professionals that provide rich data that informs decisions relative to the design of buildings and interior space. In a moderated discussion with an interdisciplinary panel, experts engage in deliberate and thoughtful discourse regarding challenges, experiences, and learning over the last year and a half. Through this conversation, they share insights and provide guidance that helps to inform future initiatives for collaborative and integrative design practice.

    This is a recording of a webinar presented on July 21, 2021.


    What You Will Learn
    • Understand complexities of the built environment in the context of virus mitigation and evidence-based solutions.
    • Understand the impact of design solutions on the health and well-being of occupants of interior spaces. 
    • Discuss opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration. 
    • Develop a communication strategy with related disciplines. 

    Continuing Education Approval 
    • 1 IDCEC CEU | HSW | CC-114832 (Your CEU will be reported to IDCEC on your behalf)


    Access Period: One year from registration date.

    Linda Sorrento, FASID, LEED Fellow

    ​Principal, Sustainable Practice | Chair, ASID IMPACT Review Task Force

    Sorrento Consulting

    Linda Sorrento, FASID, LEED Fellow is the principal of sustainability practice at Sorrento Consulting. The impact of interior environments on human health and performance has informed her career as an interior designer, educator, and health advocate. She was the inaugural executive director for the National Academy of Environmental Design and consulted with the General Services Administration for tools to make sustainable decisions and achieve high-performance. Linda spearheaded market transformation efforts for the US Green Building Council as the senior director of education partnerships and director of LEED for Commercial Interiors. She has served in numerous leadership roles for ASID, mindful MATERIALS, AIA Materials Knowledge Working Group, Healthy Building Network, and Health in Buildings Roundtable.   

    Barbara Marini, Ph.D., FASID, IDEC, ICC

    Director of Interior Design, School of Architecture | Vice-Chair, ASID IMPACT Review Task Force

    The University of Texas at Arlington

    Barbara Marini Ph.D. is director of the interior design program at the University of Texas at Arlington. She is a passionate educator, designer, organizational leader, and strategist with an eye to the future. Her design career focused extensively in the commercial design sector as a project manager and consultant to architectural firms, developers, and clients. Barbara is past national president and ASID Fellow, professional member of IDEC and ICC, and actively engaged in interior design education and research. She serves on the CIDA Accreditation Commission and as a CIDQ Ambassador. Her research focuses on leadership, creativity, and innovation that seeks to inform organizational change. 

    Lisa B. Henry, FASID, Allied AIA (Moderator)

    Chief Executive Officer

    Greenway Group

    Lisa Henry, FASID is CEO of Greenway Group. Greenway’s mission is to help strengthen design-based companies to better respond to a dynamic and changing practice environment. As a business leader, a former finance executive at Merrill Lynch, a workplace design studio VP, and architecture & design director at Knoll, Lisa’s diverse experience provides her insights into the responsibility of ownership, the challenges of growth, and the importance of creative leadership. She is an ASID Fellow and past national President of the American Society of Interior Designers, and an Allied member of the American Institute of Architects. She currently serves as co-chair of the ASID Foundation research team.  

    Whitney Austin Gray, PhD, LEED AP, WELL AP, WELL Faculty

    Senior Vice President, Research

    International WELL Building Institute

    Whitney Austin Gray, Ph.D. has become one of the leading global voices for improving our buildings and communities in ways that help people thrive. As senior vice president at the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), she leads research that supports best practices in building design and operations, community development, and organizational policies. Dr. Gray served as the health research and innovation director for Cannon Design. Before her tenure with Cannon Design, she led building science research at the MedStar Institute for Innovation. She holds dual appointments as an adjunct assistant professor at the Georgetown School of Nursing & Health Studies and the Department of Urban and Regional Planning. Dr. Gray received her Ph.D. and BA in public health studies from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.  

    Don Davis, Esq.

    Vice President, Advocacy & Codes

    BOMA International

    Don Davis is a licensed attorney with over 20 years of experience providing executive leadership in government relations and regulatory and compliance programs with an emphasis on energy and environment issues relating to the built environment. During his career he has advocated for numerous legislative proposals at both the state and federal level, testifying to various agencies and in over 30 state legislatures on an array of policy issues. Don is a graduate of Georgetown University (BSFS), Johns Hopkins University (MIB) and American University, Washington College of Law (JD). He is a member of the Maryland Bar and the Bar of The United States District Court for the District of Columbia. 

    Don Gilpin

    President and CEO

    International Facility Management Association (IFMA)

    An accomplished executive with more than 27 years of experience in international association management, trade show production, education and certification programs, legislative advocacy, and workforce development, Don Gilpin has served in a chief officer position with IFMA since 2018 and now holds the title of president and CEO. He provided leadership and guidance on IFMA’s global events, credentials, membership experience, international business development and association operations. Gilpin’s renewed focus on core business, organizational stability and financial growth has led to a thriving association. He continues to concentrate on internally focused items while also building relationships with other like-minded industry associations. 

    Jennifer Wammack

    Director of Outreach

    BIFMA

    Jennifer Wammack is BIFMA’s Director of Outreach, a role created in 2017 to enhance engagement with influencers of the commercial built environment. Since that time, Jennifer has been the organization’s brand ambassador, communicating BIFMA’s message as the industry leader in developing furniture safety, durability and sustainability standards that ensure product performance and inspire confidence wherever people work, learn, heal, and play. Jennifer holds a BFA in Textile Design from the Rhode Island School of Design and a Masters of Management in Sustainable Business from Aquinas College.

  • Set your business up for success and learn from entrepreneurs who have been there.

    Set your business up for success and learn from entrepreneurs who have been there.

    If you’ve started your own design business and are wondering if you’re doing everything right, or if you’re just thinking about starting your own firm, get all your questions answered as we cover the essentials of starting your business. You will learn the key steps and common start-up mistakes, presented in a checklist format covering business structure, taxes, and retirement planning (it’s never too early). 

    On-demand content presented as part of the 2021 ASID Virtual Conference on July 21, 2021. 


    What You Will Learn
    • Recognize the options available for incorporating a new business.
    • Identify the types of experts you will need to consult when starting a business.
    • Recognize the basic legal and tax implications of starting your own business, and how to protect yourself from liability.
    • Describe options for managing your money and building retirement savings as a small business owner.


    Continuing Education Approval 
    • 1 IDCEC CEU | CC-114951 (Your CEU will be reported to IDCEC on your behalf)


    Access Period: One year from registration date. 

    Mark Bonnett

    Managing Partner

    Core Wealth Partners

    Mr. Bonnett, the Founder and President of the CorePath Companies, focuses his efforts on the innovation of the Financial Advice Profession by empowering, specifically, women and young people to break the mold of traditional financial advice relationships.  Mr. Bonnett uses his gifts of experience, insight, passion, and enthusiasm for the profession to lead other professionals towards alignment in all aspects of their lives.    Prior to establishing CorePath, Mark spent 2 decades in a traditional financial adviser role and served in a senior leadership role within one of the country’s largest General-Agency financial services firms. Recipient of numerous industry and community awards, Mr. Bonnett is most proud of his service as President of GAMA International in 2017-2018. GAMA International is the premier association responsible for leadership and professional development within the financial services profession globally.  This organization has now expanded its impact and is known as FINSECA.  Consistent with his goal of supporting and empowering others, Mr. Bonnett also serves as adjunct faculty at Midwestern University in Phoenix Arizona, where he is responsible for the development, content, and delivery of financial education to students in graduate medical programs. As graduate of University of Arizona with a degree in finance, Mr. Bonnett resides in Scottsdale Arizona. Prior to the COIVD-19 pandemic, he spent a considerable amount of time on the road domestically and internationally, speaking within the financial services and medical industries. He is regularly retained to deliver keynote and break-out presentations for groups ranging in sizes from 13 to over 3,000. 

    Gary Wheeler, FASID

    Chief Executive Officer

    American Society of Interior Designers

    Gary E. Wheeler is a renowned professional with more than 30 years of design experience. Distinguished for his strategic approach to workplace design, Gary began his career as co-founder of the Wheeler Group in 1978 and has since led practices at Perkins&Will, Gensler and HDR.

    Gary's ASID accomplishments include being named Designer of Distinction, granted fellowship and serving as National President. He has been inducted into the Interior Design Hall of Fame and received the Senior Fellow Award from The Design Future Council (DFC). Gary is one of the few designers with Fellow distinction with ASID and IIDA.

  • Demonstrate positive outcomes for your clients with tools and templates for pre- and post-occupancy evaluation.

    Demonstrate positive outcomes for your clients with tools and templates for pre- and post-occupancy evaluation.

    Supported by
    ASID Foundation


    As a designer, you know how important it is to solve problems for your clients through your program, based on research and evidence. Developing pre- and post-occupancy evaluations are key tools to demonstrate the effectiveness of your design outcomes. You will walk through process steps including developing owner project requirements, building a multi-disciplinary team, material program selection, and post-occupancy evaluation verification. Along the way, you will access tools and templates to help you measure your impact when working on workplace, healthcare and senior living projects.

    Handouts: There are three Excel templates referenced in the course, which are available to download under the "Templates" tab after you've registered.

    1. Program and Design Guide: Project Template
    2. Program and Design Guide: Workplace Project Example
    3. Functional Programming and Physical Environment Design Guide: Project Template for Residential Health, Care, and Support Facilities (Senior Living)


    What You Will Learn
    • Recognize the importance of pre- / post-occupancy evaluation as a means for continual improvement.
    • Describe the need for consistent criteria development for programming and subsequent post occupancy comparison.
    • Identify the methodology behind guidance for completing a pre- / post-occupancy evaluation process.
    • Utilize a programming template to glean criteria from stakeholders and establish outcomes to be measured.


    Continuing Education Approval
    • 1 IDCEC CEU | HSW | CC-115532 (Your CEU will be reported to IDCEC on your behalf)


    Access Period: One year from registration date.

    Debra Harris, Ph.D.

    Associate Professor, Family & Consumer Sciences, Interior Design

    Robbins College of Health and Human Sciences, Baylor University

    Dr. Debra Harris is an evidence-based design researcher, product developer, and designer. She is an Associate Professor in the Family and Consumer Sciences Department in the College of Health and Human Sciences at Baylor University and a Fellow of the Center for Health Systems & Design at Texas A&M University. Current and recent research involves biological and chemical contamination and transmission by finish material and the spread of pathogens in the built environment.

    Jane Rohde, ASID, AIA, ACHA, CHID, LEED AP BD+C, GGA-EB, GGF

    Principal

    JSR Associates

    Jane Rohde, ASID, AIA, ACHA, CHID, LEED AP BD+C, GGA-ED, GGF champions a global cultural shift toward de-institutionalizing senior living and healthcare facilities through her practice, person-centered principles, research and advocacy, and design of the built environment. She is the principal of JSR Associates, Inc., which she formed in response to the gap between outcomes, operations, and design of the physical setting. Her projects include Cypress Garden Senior Living, China’s first resident-centered care community; the Live Together, Inc. Intergenerational Community, an intentionally designed multi-generational setting that will support person-centered care including educational training and research programs; and Bastion Community of Resilience in New Orleans, an intentional community for Wounded Warriors, their families, retired veterans, and civilians.

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    This CEU is registered with the International Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC) for continuing education credits. This credit will be accepted by the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), International Interior Designers Association (IIDA) and Interior Designers of Canada (IDC).

    The content included is not deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by IDCEC of any material or construction or any method or manner of handling, using distributing or dealing in any material or product.

    Questions related to specific materials, methods and services should be directed to the instructor and provider of the CEU.

    This program is registered for 1 CEU value | HSW. The IDCEC class-code is: CC-115532.

    Attendees who do not belong to ASID, IIDA or IDC and do not have a unique IDCEC number will be provided with a Certificate of Completion after this CEU.