Faculty


Linda Manikowske
  • Linda Manikowske

  • Title: Associate Professor
    Program Coordinator
  • Office: E. Morrow Lebedeff Hall 360D
  • Phone: 701-231-7352
  • E-mail: Linda.Manikowske@ndsu.edu
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Education

  • Ph.D. — Iowa State University
  • M.S. — North Dakota State University
  • B.S. — North Dakota State University

Teaching Emphasis

  • Visual Merchandising and Promotion
  • Apparel Industry
  • Retail Merchandising
  • Sewn Product Manufacturing
  • Experiential Education

Research Emphasis

  • Consumer behavior
  • Rural retailing
  • Experiential learning styles

Research and Scholarship (selected)

  • Manikowske, L. & Sunderlin, S.R. (2012). The Salvation Army Store Project: Professionals Who Make a Difference. Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin: International Journal for Professional Educators, 78(3), 34-37.
  • Manikowske, L. & Sunderlin, S.R. (2011) Clothing and connections: A partnernship for service learning. International Textile and Apparel Association Proceedings.
  • Sunderlin, S. & Manikowske, L. (2008) Visual Shoe Art: A perspective on compassion. International Textile and Apparel Association Proceedings.
  • Wolfe, K., Bates, D., Manikowske, L., & Amundsen, R. (2005). Learning styles: Do they differ by discipline? Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 97(4), 18-22.
  • Hegland, J., Jin, B., Kotsiopulos, A., LeHew, M., Lyons, N., Manikowske, L., Meyer, D., Strickler, S. (2005). Distance Master's program in merchandising: Faculty collaboration of the Great Plains IDEA. International Textile and Apparel Association Proceedings.

Awards, Recognitions, Grants, and Competitions (selected)

  • 2011 - Faculty Chair of the Year – Awarded by Great Plains Interactive Distance Education Alliance
  • 2011 – Received Target Campus Grant - Project Title: Visual Merchandising and Promotion for the Salvation Army Store - $1,000
  • 2011 – Received Apple Polisher Award – presented by Bison Ambassadors, NDSU
  • 2010 Received Instructional Development Grant – NDSU – Project Title: Global Sourcing Trends in the Apparel Industry: Preparing Our Students. $2,536 to cover expenses to attend the MAGIC Show
  • 2008 Received Outstanding Teacher Award, College of Human Development and Education, selected and presented by students.
  • 2007 Hendrickson Faculty Development Award, $1500 to cover expenses for Adolescent Research study.
  • 2004 Received Outstanding Educator, College of Human Development and Education, presented by Phi Upsilon Omicron.
  • 2004 Received Preferred Professor Award, presented by Mortar Board, NDSU.
  • 2003 Received Excellence in Teaching Award, NDSU College of Human Development and Education.
  • 2001 Received Technology Fee Grant for $21,440 – Project Title: Acquisition of Apparel Product Design/ Development Software.

Service

  • Faculty Advisor to Fashion, Apparel, and Business Organization
  • NDSU Faculty Senate Representative
  • International Textile and Apparel Association member

  • Holly Bastow-Shoop

  • Title: Head of Apparel, Design and Hospitality Management Department
  • Office: E. Morrow Lebedeff Hall 178G
  • Phone: 701-231-8223
  • E-mail: Holly.Bastow-Shoop@ndsu.edu
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Education

  • Ph.D. — Oklahoma State University
  • M.S. — Kansas State University
  • B.S. — Virginia Tech University

Teaching Emphasis

  • Global Retailing

Administration Emphasis (selected)

  • Branding NDSU via tartan project
  • International Retailing
  • Program building in three academic areas of:
  • a) Apparel, design and retail merchandising

    b) Interior design

    c) Hospitality and tourism management

  • Leadership development

Awards, Recognitions, Grants, and Competitions (selected)

  • Fellow – International Textile and Apparel Association (ITAA)
  • Fulbright Scholar – India, The Fabric of India

Jaeha Lee
  • Jaeha Lee

  • Title: Assistant Professor
  • Office: E. Morrow Lebedeff Hall 178H
  • Phone: 701-231-8220
  • E-mail: Jaeha.Lee@ndsu.edu
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Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Design, Housing, and Apparel, 2008 University of Minnesota, Saint Paul, Minnesota
  • Master of Science in Design, Housing, and Apparel, 2006 University of Minnesota, Saint Paul, Minnesota
  • Bachelor of Science in Retail Merchandising (Management Minor), 2004 University of Minnesota, Saint Paul, Minnesota
  • Bachelor of Science in Clothing & Textiles, 2000 Ewha Woman's University, Seoul, Korea

Courses Taught

  • ADHM 385 Global Fashion Economics
  • ADHM 470 Retail Financial Management and Control
  • ADHM 481 Apparel/Textile Capstone Experience
  • ADHM 485 Global Consumer Analysis
  • ADHM 780 Financial Merchandising Implications
  • ADHM 797S Comprehensive Project

Research Emphasis

  • Consumer behavior and Social/psychological aspects of dress

Ann Braaten
  • Ann Braaten

  • Title: Assistant Professor and Curator of the Emily P. Reynolds Costume Collection
  • Office: E. Morrow Lebedeff Hall 178D
  • Phone: 701-231-7367
  • E-mail: Ann.Braaten@ndsu.edu
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Education

  • Doctorate of Philosophy: University of Minnesota: Design, Housing & Apparel, 2005
  • Master of Science: North Dakota State University: Apparel & Textiles, 1988
  • Bachelor of Science: North Dakota State University: Clothing & Textiles, 1981
  • Bachelor of Science: North Dakota State University: Home Economics Education, 1989
  • Visiting Student Certificate: Philadelphia College of Textiles & Science, 1980

Teaching Emphasis

  • Fashion & Cultural History
  • Dress & Sociology
  • Clothing Design
  • Product Development

Research Emphasis

  • Clothing as Material Culture
  • Women's History – late 1800s to the early 1900s

Research and Scholarship (selected)

  • Braaten, Ann W. Fall 2012. "Virginia Woods Bellamy: Poet and Knitter", Pieceworks Magazine Special Issue: Knitting Traditions. Loveland, Colorado: Interweave Press.
  • Braaten, Ann W. and WayneGuite, Jacqueline, Oct. 2011. "A Woman of Considerable Influence – Dressing the Part: Kate Selby Wilder – A North Dakota Suffragist and Political Activist," Costume Society of America – Midwest Region Symposium Proceedings, Oct. 15 – 16, 2011, Cedar Falls, IA.
  • Braaten, Ann W., Spring 2011. Book Review: Pens and Needles: Women's Textualities of Early Modern England, by Susan Frye. Journal of Family and Consumer Science, Alexandria, VA.
  • Braaten, A. W. Oct. 2009. A Company Revealed Through Its Patterns: Hastings Needle Work, 1888-1923. Costume Society of America's Midwest Region Symposium Proceedings. Oct. 9-10, 2009, Lincoln, NE.
  • Braaten, A. W. and DeLong, M. R. Nov. 2007. One is Good, Two are Better: A Method for Studying Material Culture as Tradition. International Textiles & Apparel Association 2007 Annual Meeting Proceedings, Los Angeles, CA.