Faculty Advisor of the Year

The ASID Student Chapter Faculty Advisor of the Year award acknowledges an exceptional and innovative educator that has provided their ASID student chapter with inspiration and guidance. The ASID Faculty Advisor of the Year will be recognized nationally through ASID publications and at an awards event/luncheon held at an upcoming industry event.
Nominate yourself or someone you know by completing the online submission process. All nominees must have served the ASID student chapter during the 2015–2016 term and be in good standing with the school that hosts the student chapter. The following will be mandated in order to complete the online application process:
  • Completed Online Application Form.
  • Typed Essay (500 word maximum) describing:
    • How the faculty advisor has provided support for your ASID student chapter. Discuss great ideas, suggestions, or recommendations and guidance the faculty advisor has provided to your chapter during this past year.
    • How has the faculty advisor been dedicated to the student chapter?
    • How has the faculty advisor promoted ASID as a professional chapter?
    • How has the faculty advisor encouraged student involvement with the professional chapter?
  • Photograph(s) with brief description(s) to support typed essay (5 maximum).
Online entries must be received by 11:59 P.M. EST on Wednesday, March 16, 2016. Late entries will not be considered.
The ASID Student Advisory Council (SAC), comprised of seven ASID members, understands that interior design students are the future of the profession and of the Society. Their dedication and industry outlook provides a steady stream of judges. 
The chair of the ASID Student Advisory Council will notify the award recipient in writing no later than April 20, 2016.
Applications open January 14, 2016.


2015: Stephanie Clemons, Ph.D., FASID, FIDEC, Colorado State University
2014: Shepard Vineburg, ASID, UCLA Extension
2013: Anne Martin, Anderson University
2012: Denny Holland, Allied ASID, Canada College