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Architectural History II > Curricula Vitae

Instructors


Dr. Margaret Dale Woosnam Ph.D., LEED AP ID+C

Education

Clemson University

Ph.D. in Educational Leadership, May 2007

College of Health, Education and Human Development

Emphasis: Higher Education Administration

Cognates: Research Methods (25 graduate hours) and Academic and Technical Writing

Doctoral Dissertation: Journey to Leadership: Women Administrators in Architecture

 

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

M.S. in Interior Design, May 2003

College of Architecture and Urban Studies

Master’s Thesis: House Legends and Perceptions of the Civil War: A Multiple Case Study on the Civil War Legends Told about Antebellum Homes in the New River Valley, Roanoke Valley, and Nearby Counties of Virginia

 

Appalachian State University

B.S. in Interior Design, December 2000

College of Fine and Applied Arts

Minor: Business

Experience

Instructor Blinn College, Bryan, T.X., 2014-present

Architectural History

Visual and Performing Arts Division (formerly fine Arts)

Instructor of architectural history 1 and 2

Developing and teaching architectural history 1 and 2 courses on campus and online

 

Instructor Blinn College, Bryan, T.X., 2010-2014

Interior Design

Fine Arts Division

Instructor of architectural history, interior design studios

Administrator of interior design (now changed to architecture) program, including mentoring faculty, creating and strengthening curriculum

 

Postdoctoral Research Scientist, Texas A&M University, College Station, T.X., 2009-2012

College of Architecture

Grant writer and researcher; College liaison to Blinn College

 

Adjunct Instructor, Blinn College, Bryan, T.X., 2009-2010

Fine Arts Division

Instructor of design fundamentals and art appreciation courses

 

Assistant Professor with Graduate Faculty Appointment, University of Georgia, Athens, G.A., 2007-2008

Furnishings and Interiors Program

Department of Textiles, Merchandising and Interiors

9-month appointment; .375 EFT teaching, .375 EFT research

Instructor of senior level studio courses

Instructor of junior, senior, and graduate level history of furnishings and interiors courses

Academic advisor

 

Graduate Research/Teaching Assistant, Clemson University, Clemson, S.C., 2004-2007

Career and Technology Education Program

Eugene T. Moore School of Education

30 hours per week

Instructor of beginning 2-D and 3-D computer-aided design and 3-D modeling course

Instructor of advanced 3-D computer-aided design and 3-D modeling course

 

Adjunct Instructor, Anderson University, Anderson, S.C., 2004

School of Interior Design

Instructor of hand drafting course for first semester design students

 

Lecturer on Special Faculty Assignment, Appalachian State University, Boone, N.C., 2003-2004

Interior Design Program

Department of Technology

9-month appointment; .75 EFT teaching

Instructor of first- and second-level history of architecture and interior design courses

Instructor of junior-level commercial interior design studio course

Instructor of senior-level commercial interior design studio course

Academic advisor

 

Graduate Research/Teaching Assistant, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, V.A., 2001-2003

Interior Design Program

College of Architecture and Urban Studies

20 hours per week

Instructor of first-level hand-drafting and computer-aided design studio course

Assistant and guest instructor of design appreciation (university-wide service) course

Assistant and guest instructor of history of interiors course

Studio assistant of junior-level interior design studio course

Research assistant for new course development (restoration practices)

Publications

PUBLICATIONS (Peer-Reviewed)

Woosnam, M.D. (Spring 2010). Built leadership: Women administrators in architecture. Architecture Research Centers Consortium Journal. Accessible at http://www.arccweb.org/journal/index.html

Woosnam, M.D., & Williams, F.K. (Spring 2008). Professional pioneers: Women administrators in architecture. Journal of Women in Educational Leadership. Lancaster, PA: ProActive Publications.  

Woosnam, M.D., & Havice, P. (Fall 2007). Advancement constraints for women in higher education: Problems and potential solutions. The Palmetto Practitioner: Issues in Student Affairs. Accessible at http://www.sccpaweb.org/palmettopractitioner/fall2007/index.html

 

PROCEEDINGS (Peer-Reviewed)

Woosnam, M.D. (2009). Built leadership: Women administrators in architecture. Conference Proceedings from the Architecture Research Centers Consortium (ARCC) conference, San Antonio, Texas.

Woosnam, M.D. (2008). A professional pioneer: One female administrator’s journey to leadership in architectural education as an interior designer. Conference Proceedings from the International Design Educators Council (IDEC) conference, Montreal, Canada.

Woosnam, M.D., & Williams, F.K. (2007). Professional pioneers: Women administrators in architecture. Conference Proceedings from the Women in Educational Leadership Conference (WELC), Lincoln, Nebraska.

Woosnam, M.D. (2007). The role of post-heroic leadership in successful learning communities. Conference Proceedings from the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA) conference, Chicago, Illinois.

Woosnam, M.D. (2007). Successful learning communities and post-heroic leadership. Conference Proceedings from the Ninth Annual Faculty Forum, Clemson, SC: College of Health, Education and Human Development.

Woosnam, M.D., & Williams, F.K. (2007). Journey to leadership: Women administrators in architecture. Conference proceedings from the Focus on Creative Inquiry Symposium, Clemson University, Clemson, S.C.

Woosnam, M.D., & Williams, F.K. (2007). Journey to leadership: Women administrators in architecture. Conference Proceedings from the Ninth Annual Faculty Forum. Clemson, SC: College of Health, Education and Human Development.

Woosnam, M.D., & Williams, F.K. (2006). Learning communities and post-heroic leadership: An integrative review. Conference Proceedings from the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA) conference, Lexington, Kentucky.

Woosnam, M.D., & Woosnam, K.M. (2006). Appalachian State University’s “Yosef:” A pictorial chronology of the perpetuated stereotype. Conference Proceedings from the Eighth Annual Faculty Forum, Clemson, SC: College of Health, Education and Human Development.

 

PRESENTATIONS (Peer-Reviewed)

Woosnam, M.D. (2009, April). Built Leadership: Women administrators in architecture. Paper presented at the Architectural Research Centers Consortium (ARCC) conference, San Antonio, Texas.

Woosnam, M.D. (2008, March). A professional pioneer: One female administrator’s journey to leadership in architectural education as an interior designer. Paper presented at the International Design Educators Council (IDEC) conference, Montreal, Canada.

Woosnam, M.D., & Williams, F.K. (2007, October). Professional pioneers: Women administrators in architecture. Paper presented at the Women in Educational Leadership Conference (WELC), Lincoln, Nebraska.

Woosnam, M.D. (2007, August). The role of post-heroic leadership in successful learning communities. Paper presented at the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA) Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

Woosnam, M.D. (2007, April). Successful learning communities and post-heroic leadership. Poster presented at the Ninth Annual College of Health, Education and Human Development (HEHD) Faculty Forum, Clemson University, Clemson, S.C.

Woosnam, M.D., & Williams, F.K. (2007, April). Journey to leadership: Women administrators in architecture. Poster presented at the Ninth Annual College of Health, Education and Human Development (HEHD) Faculty Forum, Clemson University, Clemson, S.C.

Woosnam, M.D., & Williams, F.K. (2007, April). Journey to leadership: Women administrators in architecture. Poster presented at the Focus on Creative Inquiry Symposium, Clemson University, Clemson, S.C.

Woosnam, M.D., & Williams, F.K. (2006, August). Learning communities and post-heroic leadership: An integrative review. Paper presented at the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA) Conference, Lexington, Kentucky.

Woosnam, M.D., & Woosnam, K.M. (2006, April). Appalachian State University’s “Yosef:” A pictorial chronology of the perpetuated stereotype. Poster presented at the Eighth Annual College of Health, Education, and Human Development (HEHD) Faculty Forum, Clemson University, Clemson, SC.