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.
Faculty Advisor to Fashion, Apparel, and Business Organization
NDSU Faculty Senate Representative
International Textile and Apparel Association member
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
Fashion & Cultural History
Dress & Sociology
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.