Ryan Hansen, B.A., M.F.A.
Interim Department Head
University of New Hampshire (Art History/Architectural Studies); Savannah College of Art and Design (Interior Design). Past work experience: Graduate Teaching Assistant at SCAD; Interior Designer at Perkins+Will; Associate at Heery International. Ryan has performed multidisciplinary design and project management during all phases of corporate, commercial, judicial, and health care renovations and new construction projects. Clients include the Lakeland Regional Medical Center, the Medical College of Georgia, Turner Entertainment, and The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. He is a LEED Accredited Professional and has received Certification from the National Council for Interior Design Qualification. Ryan is also a Professional member of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA). He was the recipient of the Mason Conners scholarship for excellence in Interior Design and placed first in the Multidisciplinary Design Charette Competition at the Savannah College of Art and Design.
Jill Eleazer, B.D.
University of Florida, College of Architecture (Interior Design). Jill's designs have been published in Florida Architecture, Audio Video Interiors, On Design and Interiors and Sources. In 1999, she won the IIDA Forum Award - State of Florida, for the Stetson University Information Services Center.
Norman Hervieux, M.S.
University of Massachusetts (Interior Design). Clients include: Transol International, Forbes Cohen Development, and the University of Massachusetts. Awards: Interior Design Educators Council Juried Exhibition. Member: American Society of Interior Designers, Interior Design Educators Council.
Seongwoo Nam, B.Arch, M.Arch
Iowa State University (Architecture); University of Oklahoma (Architecture). Taught as a graduate assistant and adjunct at the University of Oklahoma in the Division of Interior Design. Has worked professionally in the architectural design field in the United States and Korea and has served as the Department Coordinator since Fall 2003.
Long-term Part-time Faculty
Kim Litch, B.F.A., M.F.A.
Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University (Studio Art - Photography & Sculpture); Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL (Sculpture, Installation, Mixed Media). Past teaching experience: St. Petersburg College; the Art Institute of Tampa; Florida State University. Works exhibited in group and solo shows throughout Florida, Georgia, Virginia, New Jersey and New York. Recipient of numerous awards and grants. Has worked as Art Director, NGC/CGC; Graphic Designer, Vision Graphics; Production, Showcase Publications. www.kimlitchart.com
Marilyn Morgan, B.A., B.F.A., M.S.
University of Florida (English; Minor - Education); Ringling College of Art and Design (Interior Design); Columbia University (Architecture/Historic Preservation). Member: National Council for Interior Design Qualification, American Society for Interior Designers. Outstanding career in NYC design/preservation projects.
Yael Campbell, B.F.A.
Ringling College of Art and Design (Graphic Design; Minor - Photography); Diploma in Copyrighting, Abudi School of Advertising, Ramat-Gan, Israel. Past professional experience: Owner, Donnelly’s Printing, Sarasota, FL; VP, Art Director, Idoleaf, Inc., Sarasota, FL; Graphic Designer, Vincent Ciulla Design, Sarasota, FL; Graphic Designer, A Studio, Raanana, Israel. Yael is the recipient of numerous awards, including an ADDY® Award for Girls, Inc. and a Charlie Award.
Aleksandra Moore, M.F.A., Ed.D.
Savannah College of Art and Design (Interior Design); Argosy University, Tampa, FL (Educational Leadership). Aleksandra focused her dissertation on Student Perception of Studio Based Learning, and presented her research at the 2014 IDEC (Interior Design Educators Council) Annual Conference. Additionally, she presented a paper on the use of transformational learning theory in teaching ethics to interior design students at the 2010 IDEC (Interior Design Educators Council) Annual Conference.
During her studies in the Savannah College of Art and Design graduate program, Dr. Moore focused her thesis on sustainable design and its potential uses in the eco-tourism industry. Additionally, she became a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) accredited professional in 2006.