School of Design Directory
Injoo Kim is a professor in the Fashion Design Program. She has taught courses in a range of areas in fashion design, including capstone design, design communication, knitwear, children&39;s wear design, pattern making, and computer-aided design and tailoring. Professor Kim&39;s research and scholarly work has resulted in multiple publications. She has authored four books and several articles on the subjects of pattern making for apparel design, and machine knitting. As part of her strong interests in developing technological solutions to fashion design and teaching, she had also developed interactive CD-ROM and DVD based on two of her books. She is both an active member and governing member of various professional associations, including the International Textile and Apparel Association (ITAA), Fashion Group International (FGI), and the American Sewing Guild (ASG). She has received research grants from several sources, including the UC Research Council&39;s Summer Research Fellowship Award, Fairchild Publications and Prentice Hall. She has also obtained several grants of software and training from leading producers of fashion design software.
Children's Wear Design Women's Wear Design Flat Pattern Design Knitwear Design Computer-Aided Fashion Design
- (Collaborator), Kim, Injoo; Murray, Dale, Wearable Imaging Systems, Eastman Kodak Company. (SRS 00580), $30,000.00. 04/01/2006 to 06/30/2008. Status: Closed.