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Brigham Young University. Department of Interior Environment

 Organization

Dates

  • Existence: 1975-1981

Administrative History

The Department of Interior Environment (1975-1981) was a department in the College of Family Living at Brigham Young University.

The Department of Interior Environment was placed in the College of Family Living in 1975. It was previously the Department of Interior Design. The Department Chairs were: Robert Edgar Dansie (1975-1978) and John W. Siperd (1978-1981). In 1981 the department was merged into the newly formed Department of Design.

Citation

Brigham Young University Organizational History Project website, viewed Jul. 27, 2011 (Department of Interior Environment; established, 1975; previously the Department of Interior Design; Department Chairs were: Robert Edgar Dansie (1975-1978) and John W. Siperd (1978-1981); merged into the newly formed Department of Design, 1981)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Department of Visual Arts records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 322
Scope and Contents Contains correspondence, minutes of meetings, memoranda, curriculum outlines and budget reports concerning departmental developments and procedures, 1966-1974. The collection also includes slides used for Interior Design classes and presentations including slides on color, architecture, textiles, flooring, lighting, furniture, walls, and other elements of design, and various time periods including English Tutor, Greek Revival, Victorian, Art Deco, Georgian, colonial style, post-war, Arts and...
Dates: 1966-2007