To honor Interior Design Program Manager Jill Smith, the student chapters of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and International Interior Design Association (IIDA) held a luncheon/reception on April 27 on the patio at the Heathrow Campus.
Smith, who founded the program at the College in 1974, is retiring as program manager, and the students wanted to recognize her years of service and dedication to the program, as well as to say their farewells.
The student chapter officers presented Jill with a table top vignette they had created for her. The vignette included a floral arrangement and fine china.
Pictured (from left): Jill Smith; I-Ching Huang (IIDA secretary); Sandy Sanchez (IIDA president) and Helen Crawford (ASID vice president). Behind Sanchez and Crawford is Denise Loewe (ASID president).
For more information, please visit the Interior Design home page.
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