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MSU Interior Design Students Dominate ASID Competition

Mississippi State University interior design students received 45 of 71 possible awards, at the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) South Central Career Day recently held on the Starkville campus.

Professor Beth Miller, the MSU interior design program director, credits the group’s success to its involvement in a wide range of university programs, including furniture design, computer renderings, hand renderings and lighting courses.

“For the past few years, the MSU interior design program has dominated the competition, and we hope to continue the tradition,” Miller said. “I think it is evident that student work from MSU is high quality and competitive.”

The ASID student competition drew representatives from higher education institutions throughout Mississippi, Louisiana and Arkansas.

To read the full story including a list of the 2017 MSU winners and their categories, click here.

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Jeni Logan    last year

Good Job!
Very proud of all participants.
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