FACS logo
Caroline Kopot

Caroline Kopot

Textiles, Merchandising and Interiors

International merchandising student bound for faculty position at Missouri.


Polymer, Fiber, and Textile with focus in International Merchandising


Jakarta, Indonesia


Vice President/coach - UGA Badminton Club, Instructor of GRSC 7770 and TXMI 3240, Graduate Mentor-Center for Teaching and Learning, Graduate Mentor-Freshman College Summer Experience Summer 2017-19, Secretary TMI Graduate Student Association 2016-18, UGA Indonesian Student Association, Reviewer-AMA Winter Conference 2017, Quantitative Method in Family Science 2020, Interdisciplinary Certificate in University Teaching 2020, Certified Adult First Aid/CPR/AED, Outstanding Teaching Award – UGA Graduate School Center for Teaching and Learning, Costa Fund Travel Award

Why I chose my major

My decision to choose my major stems from my work experience in the retail and fashion brand management industry for the past 10 years. I have always been interested in and passionate about consumer behavior in the fashion industry. After having a chance to work as an adjunct lecturer in Bina Nusantara Industry while working as a professional, I made up my mind to pursue a Ph.D. in international merchandising.

What I like most about FACS

The diversity of the college is incredible. You can get resources from many different professors in a variety of fields.

Post-graduation plans

I have accepted an assistant professor (tenure track) position at the University of Missouri – Textile and Apparel Management Department under the College of Human Environmental Sciences, beginning in fall 2020.

Jump to top