B.A. English, Huntingdon College, Montgomery AL 2002
M.F.A. Interior Design, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL 2009
Hand Drawing and Rendering
Advanced Residential Studio
Environmental psychology and place theories, engaged scholarship pedagogy, sustainability education
Sickler, S. (2018) Soft Goods Guidebook for Interiors. Manuscript under contract for publication, New York, NY: Bloomsburry.
Sickler, S. & Gale, A., & Ford, C. (2016) “Toward a Framework for Integrating LEED Credentialing in an Interior Design Curriculum”. In Tina Sarawgi (Ed.) Interior Design Educators Council 2016 National Conference, Portland, OR (p. 684) Portland, OR.
Sickler, S., & Roskos, B. (2013). Factors That Play a Role in First-Year Students’ On-Campus Housing Decisions. Journal of College & University Student Housing, 39(2).
Sickler, S. & Hicks, T. (2013). Service Learning vs. Community Engagement: Examining the Vehicles of Engaged Scholarship, In Jeremy Wells and Elefterios Pavlides, (Ed.) EDRA44Providence, Providence, RI (pp. 244-255) Providence, RI.
Sickler, S. (2011). “A Room of My Own: Examining Comfort and Control in Campus Housing”. Refereed paper and poster presentation, in Daniel Mittleman, (Ed.) EDRA42Chicago, Chicago, IL. (pp. 446) Chicago, IL.