Our Fashion Design and Retailing faculty are members of the following international organizations.  Both faculty and students participate in meetings, conferences, and research reporting with these organizations.

Fashion Faculty

Recent Faculty Publications and Presentations

  • Im, H., Ju, H., Johnson, K. K. P., & Park, M. (under review). Beyond visual clutter: The interplay among products, advertisements, and the overall webpage. Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing
  • Noon, V. M. & Bruce Ashley V., (2013) “Industry Connections: Linking Design Professionals to Fashion Students Using Real Time Technology”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 70(1).
  • Mun, J., Ju, H., & Johnson, K. K. P. (2014). Young consumers and retail borrowing: Application of the theory of planned behavior. Journal of Global Fashion Marketing, 5(1), 60-73.
  • Zhang, R., Shan, X., & Burns, L. (2015). Investigation of Micro-blogging marketing strategy of Fashion brand: Via big data and machine learning methodology. Paper published at 2014 Global Marketing Conference at Singapore, doi:10.15444/GMC2014.02.06.03.  
  • Kim, P., Ju, H., Juanjuan, W. (2016). Young adult’s inferences surrounding an alleged sexual assault: Alcohol consumption, gender, dress, and appearance schematicity. Clothing and Textiles Research Journal, 34(2), 127-142.
  • Kane L., (2016) “Dancing Seafoam—A Tribute to the Oregon Coast”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 73(1). Awarded First Place for Innovative Textile Design by Fashion Supplies Inc.
  • Kane, L., (2016) “Learning Product Quality and Manufacturing Processes Through Hands on Learning: Introducing Gaming into the Fashion Classroom”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 73(1).
  • Zhang R. & Lang C. & Wang B., (2016) “The Motivations to Adopt Eco-fashion Products: were Chinese Consumers Underestimated?”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 73(1).
  • Kane L. (2017). “Oyster Shell: A Tribute to the Oregon Coast Part 2” at International Textiles and Apparel Association 2017 Annual Meeting. November 2017, St. Petersburg, FL. Mounted Gallery. 38%
  • Lang C. & Zhang R. & Zhao L., (2017) “Facing the rising consumer sophistication: The factors motivate Chinese consumers' apparel customization adoption”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 74(1).
  • Zhang R. & Cho S., (2017) “User-centered design and niche-market development: Engaging Students in the design and merchandising”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 74(1).
  • Cho S., (2018) “A "Widening the Circle: Diversity and Inclusion in Design Thinking Process" Project in Fashion Design Curriculum”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 75(1).
  • Cho, S. (2018) "Creative Design Process Exploring Empathetic Design Approaches in Fashion Curriculum" presented at the annual conference of Korea Fashion & Costume Design Association.
  • Cho, S. (2018) "Creative Design Thinking Process for Theatrical Costume Design" at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival.
  • Kane L. (2018). “Why Cosplay? Exploring Motivations Behind Participation in Cosplay Using the Self-Determination Theory of Behavior” at International Textiles and Apparel Association 2018 Conference. Oral Presentation. Abstract published in proceedings. www.itaaonline.org
  • Kane L. (2018). “Vertebrae: A Tribute to the Oregon Coast Part 3” at International Textiles and Apparel Association 2018 Annual Meeting, November 2018, Cleveland, OH. Mounted Gallery. 49% acceptance rate. Abstract published on www.itaaonline.org.
  • Zhang R. & Lang C., (2018) “A shift from traditional ownership to access-based consumption: Identifying Chinese consumers’ responses to fashion renting business”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 75(1).
  • Zhang R. & Lang C. (2018). Application of motivation-opportunity-ability theory in the consumption of eco-fashion products: were Chinese consumers underestimated? In: Xu Y., Chi T., Su J. (eds) Chinese Consumers and the Fashion Market. Springer Series in Fashion Business. Springer, Singapore. 
  • Lang C., Zhang R., & Zhao L. (2018). Facing the rising consumer sophistication: identifying the factors that influence Chinese consumers’ intention to purchase customized apparel. In: Xu Y., Chi T., Su J. (eds) Chinese Consumers and the Fashion Market. Springer Series in Fashion Business. Springer, Singapore.  
  • Cho S., (2019) “Creative Design Thinking Process: Fashion Is Cyclical Then, Now, and Future”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 76(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.31274/itaa.8310
  • Cho, S. (2019) "The Creative Costume Design Innovation of Willa Kim" poster presented at the Costume Society of America annual conference.
  • Kane L. (2019). “Vegetation: A Tribute to the Oregon Coast Part 4” at International Textiles and Apparel Association 2019 Annual Meeting, October 2019, Las Vegas, NV. Mounted Gallery. 51% acceptance rate. Abstract published on www.itaaonline.org
  • Lang, C. & Zhang, R. (2019). Second-hand clothing acquisition: The motivations and barriers to        clothing swaps for Chinese consumers. Sustainable Production and Consumption, 18, 156 -164. 
  • Kane L. & Hudock, L. (2021). Puppet Palooza: A Puppetmaking Collaboration Project at International Textiles and Apparel Association 2021 Conference. Poster Presentation. Virtual Conference. Abstract published in proceedings. www.itaaonline.org
  • Kane L. (2021). “Raining at Sunset” at International Textiles and Apparel Association 2021 Annual Meeting. November 2021. Virtual Conference. Mounted Gallery. 42.6% acceptance rate. Abstract published on www.itaaonline.org.
  • Zhang, R. (2021). Design of an authentic project-based learning course using project management   approach. International Journal of Fashion Design, Technology and Education. Doi:10.1080/17543266.2021.1992799 
  • Zhang, R. (2022). Livestreaming ecommerce: a fad, a niche, or a tried-and-tested recipe: Adapting the livestreaming business model for HSNForthcoming in Bloomsbury  Publishing Plc.