Student Chapter Event of the Year
The ASID Student Chapter Event of the Year award highlights one innovative program developed primarily by and for ASID student chapters/members. Excellent candidates are events that are unique, productive, carefully conceived, and embrace basic interior design skills. The ASID Student Chapter Event of the Year will be recognized nationally through ASID publications and at an awards event/luncheon held at an upcoming industry event.
ELIGIBILITY + SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
The ASID student chapter president or appointed chair must fully complete the online submission process. All chapters must have served as an active ASID student chapter during 2014-2015. The following will be mandated in order to complete the online application process:
Online entries must be received by midnight EST on Tuesday, March 24, 2015. Late entries will not be considered.
- Completed Online Application Form
Typed Essay (500 word maximum) describing:
- How was it unique?
- How was it productive?
- How was it carefully conceived?
- How did it embrace basic interior design skills?
Notation/list of who was involved and their involvement; for example:
- Susan Johnson, ASID Student Chapter Treasurer: Outlined all event costs and coordinated sponsor/donation letters to ASID Industry Partners to cover event.
- The event
- Photograph(s) with brief description(s) to support typed essay (5 maximum).
- Invitations, newsletters, or supporting materials that were part of the chapter’s successful year.
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, in writing, the award recipient no later than April 20, 2015.
PREVIOUS STUDENT CHAPTER EVENT OF THE YEAR AWARD WINNERS
2014: Product Expo, University of Georgia
2013: Chair Challenge, Northern Virginia Community College
2012: Mission Possible for Veterans, Illinois Institute of Art Chicago