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Student Chapter Awards


ASID is proud to announce the 2013–2014 ASID Student Chapter Award winners! We encourage you to join us in congratulating our Student Chapter Leader of the Year, Student Chapter Faculty Advisor of the Year, Student Chapter of the Year and the recipient of the Student Chapter Event of the Year.

ASID thanks everyone who submitted entries — your hard work does not go unnoticed and we are thrilled with the growth and passion demonstrated by so many student chapters throughout the academic year. All winners will be recognized nationally and presented with their awards at a luncheon to be held in Los Angeles in June 2014. 


ASID Student Chapter Leader of the Year

Alexa Schroeder, Student ASID, Student Representative to the Board
University of Nevada at Las Vegas

Alexa Schroeder, Student ASID, SRB, is awarded ASID Student Chapter Leader of the Year for consistently demonstrating exemplary and productive leadership, showing creativity, sincerity, integrity and candor in her leadership practices. Under Schroeder’s leadership, the ASID University of Nevada at Las Vegas Student Chapter was awarded $4,000 by the UNLV Student Life Funding Committee to support its annual fashion show. The chapter also completed the implementation of an award-winning community service project, initiated a joint mentorship program, organized an educational annual portfolio workshop and more. Schroeder’s leadership immeasurably impacted not only the local student members but also many within and outside the interior design industry.

“Alexa's personal and professional achievements are remarkable. Her dedicated service as a student chapter leader has set a precedent for future leaders and has, no doubt, inspired fellow students.” – Laura Kimball, ASID

“The detail of what Alexa has worked on implementing and successfully completing is impressive; she is involved and dedicated. It is clear that she is going places in the design world.” Lauren Reinhard, Allied ASID

ASID Student Chapter Faculty Advisor of the Year

Shepard Vineburg, ASID
UCLA Extension

Shepard Vineburg, ASID is awarded ASID Student Chapter Faculty Advisor of the Year for his outstanding service as an invaluable supporter of the entire ASID UCLA Extension Student Chapter. He consistently supports the chapter through this teaching, his generous introductions of students to his nurtured industry partner relationships, and through his commitment to bridging the gap between the classroom and the interior design community. He encourages students to participate in tours and educational opportunities, and he has placed many students in internship programs and professional positions. In addition, he has been involved in planning more than 50 student career day events with the local ASID chapter. Vineburg is known as a mentor who has elevated the industry for all students he’s touched.

“Bridging the gap between education and industry offers a remarkable advantage to the student chapter. Not only has he shared his passion for interior design, but the relationships he has built over years of practice. What an incredible asset to the students and their student ASID chapter.” – Laura Kimball, ASID 

“This faculty advisor CLEARLY has an impressive background and history with ASID. He truly commits to what is expected of a faculty advisor, especially as it relates to bridging the gap between students and professionals. I am thoroughly impressed with the list of activities and involvement.” – Lauren Reinhard, Allied ASID


ASID Student Chapter of the Year
University of North Texas

The ASID University of North Texas Student Chapter is awarded ASID Student Chapter of the Year for consistently encouraging member engagement at the student and professional levels through strategic planning and implementation of programs. Throughout the year the chapter’s efforts did not go unnoticed. Three of its officers received top scholarships and awards; the chapter maintained a consistently high member attendance rate (71 percent of members attended monthly meetings); and the chapter was honored as the  student organization of the month on campus in September. In addition, the chapter’s student leaders and members consistently participated in professional industry events and volunteer programs that offered them opportunities to network and be recognized in the field.

“Resourceful and excellent problem solving skills. This chapter not only offers social experiences, but academic and professional experiences, while supporting the community.” – Laura Kimball, ASID

“I'm thoroughly impressed with the ASID University of North Texas Student Chapter. They were able to adapt to unexpected changes, were consistently involved in both student life and professional experiences, have great things said about them, and continued to excel in their efforts and programs. Their strategic plan is well laid out and takes into consideration some of the most important aspects of a student organization, including how they will progress in the future. While the goals are a bit more far reaching, the tactics they lay out are tangible and can be utilized and adapted each year by future chapter boards and members. Job well done on showing what they are made of.” – Lauren Reinhard, Allied ASID


ASID Student Chapter Event of the Year
University of Georgia
Product Expo

The ASID University of Georgia Student Chapter is awarded ASID Student Chapter Event of the Year for its fourth annual Product Expo. This daylong forum held on campus for designers, students and professionals alike was designed to connect students with representatives from a vast array of companies, enabling the students to learn about new and existing products in the interior design industry. The Product Expo included continuing education units, top award-winning speakers and opportunities for networking with designers and industry representatives. This event aimed to expand students’ knowledge of products, materials and companies. Each year the event grows, enticing more attendees and participants from all levels of design.

“An incredible amount of work went into this Product Expo; what an excellent resource and out-of-classroom education for the students. It’s amazing that students are able to pull this event together.” – Cameron Stiles, FASID, CID

“This group is very passionate about design; furthermore they are so well organized, creating efficiency and productivity. Very impressed with this group all the way around! Also, reaching out to industry partners to ensure the success of this event was GREAT!” – Corey Davey, Allied ASID




Cameron Stiles, FASID, CID, NCIDQ, LEED AP
Cameron C. Stiles has over twenty five years of experience in space planning and interior design. She earned a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Interior Design from Virginia Commonwealth University.  Cameron was recently inducted into the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) College of Fellows. For nearly thirty years, Cameron has selflessly donated her time and energy to raising the standards of the interior design profession by championing excellence in design and serving on several ASID leadership councils.



Corey Davey, Allied ASID, SAC Member
Corey Allen Davey is a recent graduate of Texas State University – San Marcos. Currently, he is serving as the Student Representative to the Board for the Texas Chapter and has served as the ASID student chapter president at Texas State University.  As SRB, Corey has been very proactive with students in the Texas chapter, organizing events and increasing student involvement at chapter and design community events. Because of his involvement and dedication to ASID students and his state chapter, he was named SRB of the Year for the United States. As an emerging professional, Corey is looking forward to continuing his involvement as the incoming financial chair of the Austin Design Community as well as a new member of the Student Advisory Council. 


Laura Kimball, ASID
ASID Student Chapter Advisor for the CCBC Chapter; Maryland Chapter President, President-elect; ASID Student Portfolio and Resume Reviewer at NeoCon East; ASID RealWorld DesignWeek student shadow day professional participant; ASID Student Chapter and Educator Design Competition Reviewer; Maryland chapter Design Competition Co-chair; Maryland chapter Student Design Competition Chair; Ask a Designer Event Chair; Home for the Holidays Co-coordinator; ASID BYU Student Chapter President



Lauren Reinhard, Allied ASID, SAC Member
Lauren Reinhard is originally from Newark, DE and is a graduate of Radford University’s Interior Design program. She moved to New York City post-graduation to pursue a career in commercial design, and continues to find inspiration in every aspect of the city and people who surround her. She is working toward becoming a LEED certified designer, and hopes to focus on sustainable design in the future. She has begun work with IDLNY (Interior Design Legislators of New York). Having been the Student President Liaison for the SAC this past year, Lauren is excited to continue being involved in the organization.




The ASID Student Chapter Awards are given to the most outstanding student chapters, members and faculty advisors who promote ASID student membership as an enriching experience that provides valuable connections, resources and learning tools to future interior designers.

WHO:     ASID student chapters, members and faculty advisors
WHAT:   Four distinctive ASID Student Chapter Awards
WHEN:   All applications are due by
 midnight EST on Monday, March 24, 2014 and winners will be announced in mid-April 2014. Late entries will not be considered.This year brings new excitement as all ASID student winners are invited to be awarded at Chapter Leadership Conference (CLC) in Los Angeles on June 2014. (Note: All travel expenses will need to be self-funded; reach out to your ASID professional chapter for funding suggestions.)
HOW:   Using the awards online portal, fill out the application and submit any supporting documents outlined in the awards eligibility section. If you have not created an account for ASID awards/competition submissions, you will be asked to do so. 

Student Chapter
Leader of the Year

The ASID Student Chapter Leader of the Year award recognizes the dedication and leadership of an outstanding ASID student leader. All student chapter officers and student representatives to the board are eligible for this award.

Nominate yourself or another student leader who has made a difference this year.

Student Chapter
of the Year

The ASID Student Chapter of the Year award recognizes a single ASID student chapter that has provided exceptional service to its student members, professional associates and community.

You know your ASID Student Chapter is outstanding — now tell us why!


Student Chapter
Event of the Year

The ASID Student Chapter Event of the Year award highlights one innovative program developed primarily by and for ASID student chapters or members.

Did your ASID student chapter host an innovative interior design event this year? Tell us why it deserves to win Student Event of the Year!

Student Chapter
Faculty Advisor of the Year

The ASID Student Chapter Faculty Advisor of the Year award acknowledges an exceptional and innovative educator who has provided an ASID student chapter with inspiration and guidance.

Recognize an outstanding advisor for excellent work — nominate yourself or someone you know for this prestigious award.