Bridget Adams Tipton, NCIDQ is an adjunct instructor in the Interior Design Program. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design from Kent State University. Her undergraduate honors thesis research was titled Homelessness and Socially Responsible Design, where she focused on the restorative potential of enclosure and the ways that having a sense of place can contribute to overall well being and stability. Bridget has completed some graduate level course work in User Experience Design, also at Kent State University. She has taught Digital Applications, Business & Professional Practice and 3D Modeling & Rendering at the College of Architecture and Environmental Design since 2011.
Bridget is a practicing interior designer at David Sommers & Associates, LLC, with a focus on Public Administration buildings, Police Stations and Fire Stations. Her previous work experience includes multi-family public housing, residential, and commercial office space. Bridget is actively involved with her community through the Kent Junior Chamber of Commerce, serving as a board member since 2013. She participated as part of a selected team in a public art competition to design bike racks for the City of Kent.
Digital Applications I & II, Business & Professional Practice for Interior Designers