Mrs. Kimberly Smith

Mrs. Kimberly Smith
Asst Prof & Int Arch Des Coord
Built Environment, Department of
Bailey College of Engineering and Technology
Technology Annex 216
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  • M.S. - Historic Preservation, University of Vermont - 2007
  • M.S. - Interior and Environmental Design, Illinois State University - 2001
  • B.S. - History, Illinois State University - 1998
  • B.A. - Art, Illinois State University - 1996

Teaching Interests

  • Architectural and Interior Design History, Historic Preservation, Rendering, Drafting

Research Interests

  • Color Theory, Historic Building Practices

Kimberly Smith joined the Department of Built Environment at Indiana State University in August 2015 as an instructor. Ms. Smith has spent her career focusing on the built environment through interior design and historic preservation. Her experience includes residential kitchen and bath design, technical assistance for the Kansas State Historic Preservation Office, museum curation and exhibit design, and community outreach for Indiana Landmarks.

M.S. University of Vermont - Historic Preservation (2007)

M.S. Illinois State University - Interior and Environmental Design (2001)

B.S. Illnois State University - History (1998)

B.S. Illnois State University - Art (1996)

Swope Art Museum, Education Committee - Terre Haute, IN (2016 - Present)

Swope Art Museum, Art Hoppers Downtown Challenge - Terre Haute, IN (2016 - Present)

Terre Foods Cooperative - Terre Haute, IN (2013-2016)

Indiana National Road Asscociation - Vigo County IN Representative (2014 - 2016)

Vigo County Historical Society - Terre Haute, IN (2011-2014)

Marshall Main Street - Marshall, IL (2010-2012)