May 12, 2016
Kaup begins term as president of the Interior Design Educators Council
Migette Kaup, professor of interior design in the apparel, textiles, and interior design department, started her term as president of the Interior Design Educators Council on May 1.
The Interior Design Educators Council is the leading association and authority on interior design education and represents a wide membership base of design educators throughout North America as well as members around the world. The mission of the Interior Design Educators Council, Inc. is the advancement of interior design education, scholarship and service.
Kaup has served in leadership positions with the council since 2006, and has served on the board of directors for more than six years, including two terms as secretary/treasurer, regional chair representative and president-elect.
In her position as president, Kaup will continue to foster and promote the efforts of the board of directors and volunteer leaders to benefit interior design educators. To advance the field of interior design, the council develops resources to support professional academic careers as well as multiple venues for design educators and scholars to disseminate their scholarship.