Amy Dorie is an Assistant Professor in Apparel Design and Merchandising. She holds a PhD in Apparel Merchandising and Design with a minor in Statistics from Iowa State University, a BSc in Apparel Design & Merchandising, and a MA degree in Family and Consumer Sciences from San Francisco State University. Her research focuses on generational consumption and activist apparel design. Recent publications in the International Journal of Retail and Distribution Management and Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services include an investigation of the online purchasing habits of the Xennial generation and research into the apparel purchases of the "Encore" generation. Her activist design work has been exhibited nationally in juried exhibitions of the International Textile & Apparel Association and California Association of Family & Consumer Sciences.
HONORS, AWARDS, AND RECOGNITIONS:
2020 Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Pedagogies of Inclusive Excellence in Online Teaching Certificate. Center for Equity Excellence in Teaching and Learning, San Francisco State University.
2020 Quality Learning & Teaching: Online Teaching Badge. Center for Equity Excellence in Teaching and Learning, San Francisco State University.
2018 Best Paper Award. American Collegiate Retailing Association Conference, Ryerson University.
2017 Damaris Pease Family Consumer Sciences Fellowship. College of Human Sciences, Iowa State University.
2015 Preparing Future Faculty Associate. Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching, Iowa State University.
2015 CiRTL Associate. Center for Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning, Iowa State University.
2014 Teaching Excellence Award. Graduate College, Iowa State University.
2012 Distinguished Undergraduate Student Award. San Francisco State University.
2012 Best in Show: Bridging Fabrics. Marin County Fair Clothing & Textiles.
2011 Winner of Project OR Design Competition. Outdoor Retailer, Salt Lake City, UT.