Faculty

Seunghye Cho

Assistant Professor

Office: Hemenway Hall 244
Phone Number: 508-626-4704
Email: scho@framingham.edu

Education:
M.S., Hanyang University, Seoul; M.F.A., University of Oklahoma.
Courses:

Principles of Apparel Construction; Advanced Apparel Construction; Apparel Industry Method; Internship; Fashion Illustration
Specialization:

Apparel Design and Construction; Patternmaking; Fashion Illustration and Flat Sketching using Adobe Illustrator CS6; Theatrical Costume Design 

Md. Imranul Islam (Imran)

Assistant Professor

Office: Hemenway Annex 224
Phone Number: 508-626-4703
Email: mislam@framingham.edu

Education:
M.Engg. Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
M.B.A. University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
Ph.D. Kansas State University
Courses:
Consumer Textiles, Advanced Textiles, Fashion: Designer to Consumer, World Market: Textiles to Retailing, Research Methods in Fashion
Specialization:
Sustainability, Textiles, Apparel Production Management

Hae Won Ju

Assistant Professor

Office: Hemenway Hall 210
Phone Number: 508-626-4929
Email: hju@framingham.edu

Education:
M.S., Ph.D., University of Minnesota.
Courses:
Fashion Merchandising: Theory & Distribution; Research Methods for Fashion Industry; Fashion Promotion, Retailing and Consumer Behavior; Retail Buying and Analysis; Case Studies in Fashion; Field Study in Merchandising.
Specialization:
Merchandising, Promotion, Retail Technology, Visual Merchandising

Virginia M. Noon

Associate Professor

Office: Hemenway Hall 218A
Phone Number: 508-626-4705
Email: vnoon@framingham.edu

Education:
B.S. Framingham State University; M.S. Kansas State University.
Courses:
Internship in Fashion Merchandising; Fashion Merchandising:Planning, Policies and Implementation; Case Studies in Fashion; World Market: Textiles to Retailing; Fashion Merchandising: Theory & Distribution; Research Methods for Fashion Industry; Field Study in Merchandising; Cultural Dress; Consumer Textiles
Specialization:
Merchandising; Product Development; Technical Design.

Pamela Sebor-Cable

Chair & Associate Professor (On Sabbatical Spring 2017)

Office: Hemenway Hall 202a
Phone Number: 508-626-4696
Email: pseborcable@framingham.edu

Education:
B.A. University of Maine; B.F.A. Massachusetts College of Art; M.S. University of Rhode Island.
Courses:

Principles of Apparel Construction; Advanced Apparel Construction; Draping; Tailoring; Flat Pattern Design.
Specialization:

Apparel/Costume design and construction.

Rui-Rui Zhang

Assistant Professor

Office: Hemenway Hall 229
Phone Number: 508-626-4706
Email: rzhang@framingham.edu

Education:
M.S., Ph.D., Oregon State University.
Courses:
Fashion: Designer to Consumer, Research Methods for Fashion Industry, Retailing and Consumer Behavior, Fashion Merchandising: Theory and Industry Application, Field Study in Merchandising, Omni-channel retailing, Independent Study in Merchandising
Specialization:
Sustainable Development and Consumption, Fashion Merchandising, Multichannel Marketing, Consumer Research 

Rebecca L. Taylor

Professor Emerita

Office: Hemenway Hall 214
Phone Number: 508-626-4700
Email: rtaylor@framingham.edu

Education:
B.S., M.S., Eastern Michigan University.
Courses:
Fashion: Designer to Consumer; Fabric Structure and Design; History of Costume; History of Textiles; Advanced Textiles.
Specialization:
Textiles; Historic costume reproduction.

Judy Z. Flynn

Professor Emerita

Office: Hemenway Hall 215
Phone Number: 508-626-4700
Email: jflynn@framingham.edu

Education:
B.S. Framingham State University, M.S., Ph.D. The Ohio State University.
Courses:
Research Methods for the Fashion Industry
Specialization:
Merchandising; World Market; Ethnic Dress; Research Methods.

Irene M. Foster

Professor Emerita

Office: Hemenway Hall 215
Phone Number: 508-626-4700
Email: ifoster@framingham.edu

Education:
B.S., M.Ed., Framingham State University; M.S., Ed.D., University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Courses:
Fashion Merchandising: Theory and Distribution; Fashion Merchandising: Planning, Policy, and Implementation; Fashion Promotion; Internship in Fashion Merchandising; History of Costume.
Specialization:
Merchandising; Promotion; Retail Technology.

Arlene Handschuch

Professor Emerita

Office: Hemenway Hall 215
Phone Number: 508-626-4700
Email: ahandschuch@emeriti.framingham.edu

Education:
B.A., Douglass College of Rutgers University; M.A., Syracuse University.
Courses:
Principles of Apparel Construction; Flat Pattern Design; Draping; Functional Clothing Design; Apparel Industry Methods; Apparel Design Portfolio; Internship.
Specialization:
Apparel Design; Patternmaking; Apparel Construction; Digital Illustration and Flat Sketching using Adobe Illustrator CS; Wearable Art Design; Historic Costume Reproduction; Flat Sketching.

Ashli Ree

Adjunct Faculty

Office: Hemenway Hall 214
Phone Number: 508-626-4752
Email: aree@framingham.edu

Education:
B.F.A. Fashion Institute of Technology; M.S. Drexel University; Ed.D(ABD) Teachers College, Columbia University.
Courses:
World Market: Textiles to Retailing; Fashion Merchandising: Theory and Industry Application.
Specialization:
Fashion Merchandising; Fashion Entrepreneurship; World Market.

Catherine Murphy

Adjunct Faculty

Office: Hemenway Hall 210
Phone Number: 508-626-4700
Email: cmurphy3@framingham.edu

Education:
B.S. Framingham State University; M.S. University of Rhode Island
Courses:
Consumer Textiles, Cultural Dress
Specialization:
Historic costume, textiles 

Priscilla Reinhardt Remis

Adjunct Faculty

Office: Hemenway Hall 206A
Phone Number: 508-626-4700
Email: premis@framingham.edu

Education:
B.S. Framingham State University; M.S. University of Rhode Island
Courses:
Principles of Apparel Construction; Consumer Textiles; Designer to Consumer; Fabric Structure and Design
Specialization:
Apparel Construction and Design, Textiles, Conservation

Renee Walker-Tuttle

Adjunct Faculty

Office: Hemenway Hall 214
Phone Number: 508-626-4752
Email: rwalkertuttle@framingham.edu

Education:
M.S. University of Rhode Island, Textiles, Fashion Merchandising & Design Kingston, Rhode Island, Historic Textiles & Costume Collections Management
B.A. Franklin Pierce College, Rindge, New Hampshire, 2000                  
Major in Anthropology, Concentration in in Early American Material Culture Minor in Fine Arts Richmond College International University Museum Studies, London, England Fall 1999
Courses:
Principles of Apparel Construction, Advanced Apparel Construction, Flat Pattern Design, Sketching, Tailoring and Couture Techniques
Specialization:
Apparel Construction and Design, Textiles, Conservation