Spotlight on Education

January 2010
Surface Design Journal;Winter2010, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p64
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The article features the Department of Fashion Design School of Media, Culture and Design of Woodbury University in California. The article offers information on different courses offered from the university, its mission, program, facilities and location, partnerships and its application processes. It also mentions several instructors including Penny Collins, Meredith Strauss, Suzanne Fessler and Felis Stella.


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