Goldstein announces award of two internships

The Jerome Joss Internship is awarded annually to a College of Design graduate student to develop a public program based on the Goldstein Museum of Design's collection. Caitlin Cohn (MA candidate, Apparel Design) is this year's Jerome Joss intern. Cohn's project is a comparison of a century of Vogue images with actual garments.

The Lila Bath Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) Internship is awarded to an undergraduate Apparel Design student that involves collection assistance at the University of Incarnate Word in San Antonio and the development of a project based on that experience. Alix Nettnay (undergraduate, Apparel Design) is the first recipient of the Bath Internship. Nettnay's project involves the development of designs for embellishment inspired by the culture of San Antonio.