Textiles, Merchandising and Interiors
International merchandising student bound for faculty position at Missouri.
Polymer, Fiber, and Textile with focus in International Merchandising
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.