UGA Designing Dawgs is a networking and informational opportunity for those in the Atlanta area who are working or are interested in the furnishings and interiors area.
Several "lead dawgs" have given leadership to this program. Those helping are: Gerri Bradford, ABJ '69; Kelly Dean, BSFCS '89; Tricia McLean, BSHE '83; Julie Reynolds, BSHE '81; Pam Goldstein, BSHE '84; Catherine Hube Stockman, BSFCS '91; and Holly Floyd, BSFCS '09.
The purpose of this group is to provide an organized forum for networking with colleagues, college friends and College of Family and Consumer Sciences professors/students. The lead dawgs have committed to organizing four events in 2013 to be held in February, April, September and November. Light refreshments will be provided.
The Furnishings and Interiors major in the College of Family and Consumer Sciences is growing! These students will be invited to network with you each month. The current faculty will also have representatives present and retired faculty will be invited. While networking and seeing the host site are the main purposes of Designing Dawgs, we will begin a brief program at 6pm. We hope these programs will more closely connect you to UGA as well as provide you with some educational information to enhance your professional development.
Our invitation list is to all Furnishings and Interiors and Fashion Merchandising alumni in the Atlanta area, however, we welcome others. To add a name to the mailing list contact Lynsee Miller: at 706.542.6402 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We sincerely hope that you will join us for our next gathering.