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Beth McGee

Beth McGee

Beth McGee

Beth McGee

Beth McGee

Beth McGee

Beth McGee


Department of Interior Architecture
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Office: 108 Gatewood Studio Arts Building
Telephone: 336-256-0308 


  • 2010- 2012 University of North Carolina, Greensboro
    Master of Science in Interior Architecture, Concentration in product design
    Outstanding Graduate Student of the Year, KON Honor Society Member
  • 1999- 2002 Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University
    Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design with Honors
  • 1995-1998 Muskegon Community College, Associate of Art


  • NCIDQ Licensed in the State of Florida to practice Interior Design
  • LEED AP LEED Accredited Professional by the USGBC


  • 2012 Thesis research presentation for HES foundation
  • 2012 Creator of a thesis writing support group for Interior Architecture (IARc) students
  • 2011/2012 Senator for Graduate Student Association
  • 2011/2012 Graduate student representative for IIDA
  • Fall 2012 Spartan Showcase IARc faculty representative for College of Arts and Science Expo
  • 2011/2013 Destination UNCG IARc faculty representative presenter for academic advantage session
  • 2010/2012 Teacher’s Assistant for Visual Communications and 2nd year studio classes


  • May 2013 Environmental Design Research Association, Providence RI
    • Poster: "An Inventory of Biophilic Attributes in Child Life Play Spaces"
  • February 2013 Interior Design Educators Council-National Conference, Indianapolis,IN
    • Panel: "Biophilia in Interior Design Education and Scholarship" with Dr. Anna Marshall-Baker and Dr. Lisa Tucker


  • 2012- present UNCG, Full-time Lecturer
  • 2010-2012 UNCG, Teacher Assistant and Library Staff/Manager
  • 2005-2010 J.C. White, Interior Designer/Specifier
  • 2003-2005 Design Current, Owner/Designer
  • 2002-2003 Hamilton Lumber, Kitchen and Bath Designer

Educational work experiences:  Lecturer for 2nd year undergraduate classes including Studio, History and Theory of Design, and Interior Architectural Materials. Material Resource Library faculty manager for IARc includes managing staffing, instructional material purchasing, and resource management.  Faculty coordinator of iblog and inews aids in showcasing current student and program events. Graduate Program Committee faculty member.

Graduate assistant in three Visual Communications classes and an Environmental Design Studio class. This required teaching in the professor’s absence, assistance with running the classes, student assistance, grading, and assisting with creating new curriculum. Additionally, I personally championed the re-organization of the IARc Resource Library’s policies and processes for the benefit of the student body. This sustainable resource library required continuing research of new sustainable materials and completing CSI protocol sheets listing the sustainable attributes for public access on the UNCG library website. Daily maintenance was required to keep the resources current, administrative tasks complete, and staff scheduling/work load organized.

Professional experiences: J.C. White interior designer responsibilities included product specification of walls, floors, and furniture.  I was responsible for multiple high profile clients requiring constant customer interaction, project team coordination, and concurrent multiple project management.  Projects included local, national, and international installations with a variety of both government and private industries in corporate, educational, and medical facilities.  This included creating sales presentations, marketing materials, and personnel training.


Personal Interests: Singing, gardening, reading, woodworking, historic preservation, and travelling Professional Interests: Biophilia, organizational ecology, and evidence-based design for creating safe, effcient, and beneficial environments designed for the human occupants

Abilities: Organizational skills; Working individually and in team approaches to design;
Comfortable working in a fast and accurate manner; Desire continued opportunities to learn and design

Computer Skills: Microsoft Office suite, Autodesk AutoCAD, 3ds Max, and Revit, Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator, 20/20, and Project Matrix


Biophilic and sustainable design within health care.


Traveled to 49 out of 50 States in the U.S. (Idaho left to go)
Formerly certified Water Safety Instructor, Lifeguard, and CPR certified
Volunteer at Duke Children’s Hospital and Preservation Greensboro

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