- Department: Human Environmental Studies
- Campus Address: Wightman 212
- Office Hours: Varies by semester. Preference is given to students making appointments.
- Phone: 989-774-5549
- Alternate Phone: 989-774-3218 (Department Office)
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Area(s) of Expertise: Jeanneane enjoys the opportunity to design for children and older adults. Her dissertation work is focusing on environmental sensory cues that can minimize the number of falls for older adults in assisted living facilities.
- Vitae: Curriculum Vitae
Fall: IND 336, 339, 433.
Spring: IND 334, 339, 432.
Summer: IND 438
Honors and Recognitions:
National Council of Interior Design Qualifications (NCIDQ) certified designer. April 1989 – present.
Green-Built Certified. Fall 2007.
Nominated for Excellence in Teaching Award. February 2003, 1993.
Michigan Campus Compact Community Service-Learning Award Nominee. 2003
CMU. Commitment to Service Learning Award. April 2000.
Kendall College of Art and Design Distinguished Alumni / Community Service Award. February 2000.
2006 - (Spring) $52,092.35 2005-6 Technology Fee Proposal Specialized Projects. CMU
2009 - (Spring) $26,000 2008-9 Technology Fee Proposal Specialized Projects. CMU
Interior Design Educator’s Council (IDEC) - Graduate member, 2003 – present.
Kappa Omicron Nu Honor Society member – 1992 to present.
Student Publications, Refereed
Roderick-Church, L., Talbot, K. & Wood-Nartker, J. (2006). Environmentally-friendly design and
construction: Recent mid-Michigan adoption practices. Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences, 5.
Abair, K., Wood, J., & Schramski, J. (2002). Service learning: Designing across the life span. Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences, 1.
Student Presentations, Faculty Sponsor
Woodcox, J., Zuo, J. Wood-Nartker, J. & MaloneBeach, E., (May, 2008). Lighting for the elderly.
Symposium of the NCUT-CMU Team of Elder Care Facility Design. North China University of
Technology, Beijing, China.
Gill, L., Wood-Nartker. J. & Zuo. J., (March, 2008). The application of universal design principles
within the intergenerational center. Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters Annual
Conference. Kalamazoo, MI.
Hall, M. & Stevens, L. (2008, March). Certificate of Recognition - 3rd Place. Presentation at HEV World Home Economics Day.
Stevens, L., Wood-Nartker, J., Hall, M. & Zuo., J. (2008). Integrating technology as an
interdisciplinary approach to history and culture. The International Journal of Technology,
Knowledge and Society.
Wood-Nartker, J., Jungsywan, S., McCrady, J. & Gligor, A. (2007). Perception of sexual orientation,
job titles and gender stereotyping: Interior decoration, interior design and architecture among
college students. Perceptual and Motor Skills. 104, 1025-1026.
Wood, J., Kauffman, L. & Hinck, S. Abair, K. & Schramski, J. (2004) Tying service learning to the
curriculum: The design of an intergenerational center. Kappa Omicron Nu Forum, (15)2.
Bender, D., Wood, J. & Vredevoogd, J. (June 2003). Teaching time: Distance education versus classroom instruction. The American Journal of Distance Education, 18(2).
Wood-Nartker. J. & Zuo. J., (February, 2008). Integrating technology into a European study abroad experience: An interdisciplinary approach to history and culture. The 4th InternationalConference on Technology, Knowledge, & Society. Altona Victoria, Australia.
Wood-Nartker, J., Immekus, M., Kulza, A., Mcneill, A., Thomas, J., Thompson, T., & Vanepps, M., (2007, March). Lowering the learning curve: The impact of diverse communication tools on schematic sketching and its application within an interior design studio. Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters Annual Conference. Big Rapids, MI.
Zuo, J., & Wood-Nartker, J., (2007, March) Impacting design education with immersive virtual environment: The integration of affordable and readily available technology into interior design studios. Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters Annual Conference. Big Rapids, MI.
Zuo, J., & Wood-Nartker, J. (2007, February). Service learning: Garden design promoting diversity. 11th Annual Institute: Service-Learning and Civic Engagement. Livonia, MI.
Wood-Nartker, J. (2006, February). Service Learning: A Win-Win for Mid-Michigan Stratford Village. Poster presentation at the Michigan Campus Compact Service-Learning Institute. Flint, MI.
Wood-Nartker. (Fall 2005). The environment as a support partner for elderly who are visually impaired. International Symposium on Modern Applied Technology and Management Science. North China Univ. of Technology, Beijing. 1 of 4 delegates from CMU and 10 universities world-wide selected to promote diplomatic relations and to further research/teaching opportunities across the world.