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2014
M. Jeong Seo and Burns, L., Changes in the Textile and Apparel Trade Flows Between South Korea and the U.S., Annual Meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association. Charlotte, NC, 2014.
G. Reeves-DeArmond and Mower, J., The development of a “sentimental value” unit within a popular culture of dress undergraduate course, Popular Culture Assocation National Conference. Chicago, Illinois, 2014.
G. Reeves-DeArmond, Flipped classroom 101: Infusing new methods of learning in the traditional classroom, OSU Center for Teaching and Learning Symposium – Spring term 2014. Corvallis, Oregon, 2014.
A. Pulay, Tural, E., and Read, M., Impact of Lighting on Children's On-Task Behavior in an Elementary Education Classroom: A Case Study, National Conference. Pittsburgh, PA, 2014.
C. Gallagher and Marks, A., New Ventures: Intersections in Design Education, AIGA Design Education Conference: New Ventures: Intersections in Design Education. Portland, Oregon, 2014.
G. Reeves-DeArmond, Mower, J., Nishida, K., LeHew, M., Rees, K., West, A., and Becker, J., Opportunities for Massive Open Online Course use and development in ITAA and the clothing/textiles discipline, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Meeting. Charlotte, North Carolina, 2014.
T. - Y. Tung and Burns, L., A Theoretical Model of the Too-Much-Choice Effect, Global Marketing Conference. Singapore, 2014.
G. Reeves-DeArmond, Understanding historical events through dress displays in Titanic museum attractions, Guest lecture to Cultural Studies of the Museum students, Department of Art. Fairbanks Hall, 2014.
2013
G. Reeves-DeArmond and Mower, J., Bridging the gap between fashion, history, and popular culture: Assigning an oral history project in an (online) 20th century fashion history course, Popular Culture Assocation National Conference. Washington D.C., 2013.
G. Reeves-DeArmond and Nishida, K., Consumer perceptions of entertainment licensed apparel associated with premises that challenge cultural values: The case of Dexter licensed apparel and its open-text advertising, Popular Culture Assocation National Conference. Washington D.C., 2013.
G. Reeves-DeArmond, Developing theoretical thinking skills in dress scholarship: An exercise in relational statement identification and analysis, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana, 2013.
G. Reeves-DeArmond and Mower, J., Display case exhibit: Sentimental recycling of dress - What my mother wore, Completed as component of DHE 399: Dress, Museums, and Popular Culture course. Milam Hall, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, 2013.
H. - L. Chen, Baker, L., and Culver, B., The effect of textiles on perceived physiological comfort while backpacking in the cold, Annual meeting of the International Textile and Apparel Association. New Orleans, 2013.
S. Seda Dazkir, Mower, J., Reddy-Best, K., and Pedersen, E., An exploration of design students' inspiration process, College Student Journal, vol. 47, no. 2, pp. 394-404, 2013.
G. Reeves-DeArmond, Exploring the use of the personal meaning mapping method in dress and textiles scholarship, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana, 2013.
G. Reeves-DeArmond, Infusing popular culture into the museum experience via historic dress: Visitor perceptions of Titanic’s Rose as a living history interpreter/character, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana, 2013.
K. Nishida and Burns, L., Learning professional dress through peer-evaluation, Annual Conference of the International Textile and Apparel Association. New Orleans, LA, 2013.
G. Reeves-DeArmond, Response journal assignments as a technique for student comprehension and engagement, OSU Center for Teaching and Learning Symposium III. Corvallis, Oregon, 2013.
A. Pulay and Tural, E., Review of Classroom Lighting Literature, Pacific West IDEC Regional Conference. San Francisco, CA, 2013.
G. Reeves-DeArmond, Mower, J., and Nishida, K., Student and faculty perceptions of the development and use of Massive Open Online Courses in clothing and textiles education, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana, 2013.
G. Reeves-DeArmond, Understanding historical events through dress and costume displays at Titanic museum attractions, Costume Society of America Annual Meeting. Las Vegas, Nevada, 2013.
G. Reeves-DeArmond, Visual rhetoric: Significance and application to fashion and dress scholarship, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana, 2013.
G. Reeves-DeArmond, Walking Tour of “Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition”, Costume Society of America 2013 National Symposium. Las Vegas, Nevada, 2013.
2012
G. Reeves-DeArmond and Pedersen, E., Applied learning in a cross- cultural dress and textiles course: The development and assessment of a product development project, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Meeting. Honolulu, Hawaii, 2012.
G. Reeves-DeArmond and Pedersen, E., Applied learning in a cross-cultural dress and textiles course: The development and assessment of a product development project, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Meeting. Honolulu, HI, 2012.
K. Mullet and Jin, H. Jae, The Development of the Young Male Tennis Clothing Prototype, 2012 ITAA Proceedings #69 Annual Conference. Honolulu, HI, USA, 2012.
G. Reeves-DeArmond and Mower, J., Draped in heritage - Traditional and contemporary Middle Eastern dress and textiles, SDHE Historic Textiles and Apparel Collection Display Case Exhibit. Milam Hall, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, 2012.
K. Mullet, Stannard, C., and Reddy-Best, K., Integrating Historical Research into the Apparel Design Studio, 2012 ITAA Annual Conference. Honolulu, HI, USA, 2012.
G. Reeves-DeArmond, It takes a village to have a wedding: A cross-cultural analysis of Palestinian and Kurdish wedding dress and its symbolism of prescribed values related to the family unit, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Meeting. Honolulu, Hawaii, 2012.
G. Reeves-DeArmond and Wieghaus, E., A model of deviant appearance and behavior construction and management in adolescent females: A content analysis of the films Thirteen and Augusta, Gone, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Meeting. Honolulu, Hawaii, 2012.
G. Reeves-DeArmond, Response journal writing as a technique to promote understanding of scholarly research in clothing and textiles undergraduate education, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Meeting. Honolulu, Hawaii, 2012.
G. Reeves-DeArmond, The Role of retro style in styling, Guest lecture to Introduction to Styling students. Milam Hall, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, 2012.
G. Reeves-DeArmond and Mower, J., Titanic style - Dress and fashion on the voyage, SDHE Historic Textiles and Apparel Collection Display Case Exhibit. Milam, 2012.
2007
C. Steggell, Hooker, K., Bowman, S., Brandt, J., and Lee, M., Acceptance of gerotechnologies by older women in rural areas, 2nd International Conference on Technology and Aging. Toronto, ON, 2007.
A. Mahmood, Lee, M., Steggell, C., and Yamamoto, T., Baby boomer caregivers perception of gerotechnology: Preliminary findings from a pilot project., 2nd International Conference on Technology and Aging. Toronto, ON, 2007.
C. Steggell, Can technology support aging in place?, Employees’ Wellness Group. Corvallis, OR, 2007.
C. Steggell, Gerontology research update: Can technology help your clients?, Staff of Senior and Disability Services. Albany, Oregon, 2007.
C. Steggell, Gerontology research update: How can technology support aging in place?, Advisory Board of Senior and Disability Services. Albany, Oregon, 2007.
A. Mahmood, Steggell, C., Yamamoto, T., and Lee, M., Gerotechnology and aging in place: A conceptual model and preliminary findings from pilot projects, Environmental Design Research Association 38th Annual Conference. Sacramento, CA, 2007.
C. Steggell and Mahmood, A., Is gerotechnology in your future?, TRIAD Faculty Club. Corvallis, OR, 2007.
S. J. Kim, Steggell, C., and Hooker, K., Older Korean women’s perceptions of gerotechnologies for aging in place, Annual Conference of the Housing Education and Research Association. Charlotte, NC, 2007.

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