Oklahoma State University
Design, Housing and Merchandising
Paulette  Hebert

Paulette Hebert

Professor


Area: Interior Design

434B Human Sciences
Stillwater OK 74078
 
Phone: 405-744-9931
Fax: 405-744-6910
paulette.hebert@okstate.edu

  • Profile
  • Publications
  • Presentations
  • Research

Educational Background:

Degree Institution Area of Study
Ph.D. Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA Human Ecology (Merchandising), Minor in Marketing
M.S. Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA Human Ecology (Merchandising)
B.I.D Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA Interior Design

Courses Taught:

Supervised Field Experience DHM  3301
Materials and Finishes for Interior Design DHM  3303
Interior Design III: Small Scale Contract DHM  3363
Interior Design Studio IV: Environmental Design DHM  3453
Interior Design IV: Environmental Systems, Honors Contract DHM  3453
Professional Practices for Interior Designers DHM  3823
Interior Design Studio V: Large Scale Commercial DHM  4264
Facility Management and Design DHM  4433
Facility Management and Design (*GRAD) DHM  4433*
Environmental Sustainability Issues for Designers and Merchandisers DHM  4573
Environmental Sustainability Issues for Designers and Merchandisers Honors Contract DHM  4573
Environmental Sustainability Issues for Designers and Merchandisers (*GRAD) DHM  4573*
Problems in DHM DHM  4810
Special Project DHM  4850
Honors Creative Component DHM  4900
Master’s Thesis DHM  5000
Orientation to Graduate Studies in Design, Housing and Merchandising DHM  5001
MS Creative Component DHM  5240
Graduate Interior Design Studio DHM  5353
Problems in Design, Housing and Merchandising – Lighting (GRAD) DHM  5810*
Special Projects - Lighting for Retail Interiors (GRAD) DHM  6410

Awards & Recognition:

  • National: American Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU) Board on Human Sciences (BoHS) Undergraduate Research Mentor Award, 2013.
  • University: Selected as one of two OSU representatives to travel to Ethiopia, 2013.
  • College: Nominated for the Outstanding Community Engagement Award, 2013.
  • College: OSU Human Sciences Undergraduate Research Mentor Award, 2013.
  • University: OSU Fall Semester Sabbatical Award, 2013.
  • College: Nominated for the Outstanding Community Engagement Award, 2012.
  • College: Recognized as Outstanding Role Model, OSU Human Sciences Student Council, Student Faculty Appreciation Dinner November 14, 2012
  • International: International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD) Educator Travel Stipend, 2012.
  • University: OSU School of International Studies as an International Studies (SIS) Affiliate, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014.
  • University: OSU Creativity and Innovation Affiliate, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014.
  • College: Chris Salmon Professorship in Interior Design Medal, 2011
  • International: International Facility Management Association (IFMA) Educator of the Year, 2010.
  • International: Recognized by Editor for writing “25th Book Review” for Lighting Design and Application Magazine (LD+A) as Book Review Editor, 03/09.
  • International: OSU’s Interior Design Program was selected as International Association of Lighting Designers’ (IALD) “Outreach Program/School”, 2008 & 2009. (One of only 20 schools in the nation to receive this honor.)
  • National: Selected for inclusion in “Marquis Who’s Who in America”, 2009 & 2010 Editions.
  • State: Awarded by the Baton Rouge chapter of International Facility Management Association (IFMA), plaque “For 30 years of Outstanding Lighting Design Work Concurrent with 23 Years of Outstanding Design Education”, 2009.
  • State: Received “Continuing Education Certificate of Participation” and Continuing Education Credit from OKC Section of Illuminating Engineering Society of North America and OG+E, Sustainable Lighting, 2009.
  • University: Awarded by the interior design students in the OSU International Facility Management Association (IFMA) Student chapter, 2008-2009, Plaque: For Outstanding Service and Dedication, 2009.
  • University: Nominated by OSU Interior Design Graduate Student for Mentor of the Year, 2009.
  • National: Selected to receive “Optics Demonstration Effects Kit for Lighting Educators”, by Board of the International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD) Education Trust Fund, 2008 2006 & 2004. (Award was “…based upon personal, repeated demonstration of a long term dedication to lighting education &… personal utilization of available lighting resources & programs”.)
  • University: Named as Christine Salmon Endowed Professor, 2007-2011.
  • Certificate of Commendation, American Association for State and Local History, 1996 (Juried).
  • American Association of Textile Chemists & Colorists, .First Place for Intersectional National Paper Competition, 2000 (Juried).
  • Mannington Commercial Inc., “Prestigious Installation , 2004.
  • Design Educators National Exhibition, First Place, 2002 (Juried).
  • Academic Keys Who’s Who in Fine Arts Education, 2006

Professional Memberships:

  • National Hospitality Industry Network (NEWH)
  • International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD)
  • International Facility Management Association (IFMA)
  • Phi Beta Delta, National Honor Society Promoting International Understanding
  • Phi Upsilon Omicron, National Home Economics Honor Society
  • Omicron Nu, National Home Economics Honor Society
  • Gamma Sigma Delta National Honorary Agricultural Society


Research Areas:

  • Lighting Design
  • Facility Design and Management
  • Sustainable Design

Publications:

  • Hebert, P. R., Kang, M., & Kramp, J. (2013). Safety lighting: Exterior illumination at an existing U.S. Government facility. Journal of Facility Management, 11(3), 210-225.
  • Peek, G., Hebert, P. R., Frazier, S., & Kang, M. (2013). Measuring lighting with useful tools. Journal of Extension, 51(5). 5T0T7.
  • Hebert, P. R. & Chaney, S.   (2012). Using end-user surveys to enhance faiclities design and management. Facilities, 30 (11/12), 458 - 471
  • Hebert, P. R. & Chaney, S.   (2011). Enhancing facilities management through generational awareness Journal of Facilities Management, Vol. 9 Iss: 2, pp.145 – 152.
  • Stall-Meadows, C. & Hebert, P. R.   (2011). The sustainable consumer: an in-situ study of residential lighting alternatives as influenced by in-field education. International Journal of Consumer Studies, 35 (2), 164-170.
  • Stall-Meadows, C., Hebert, P. R., & Chaney, S. (2011). Service learning in sustainable lighting: a field study engaging populations high in rural Native Americans. International Journal for Service Learning in Engineering, 6(1), 80-92.
  • Hebert, P. R. (2001). Shedding Some Light on Store Atmospheres: Influence of Illumination on Consumer Behavior Journal of Business Research, 54 (2),145-150.
  • Hebert, P. R. (2001). National Retail Lighting Committee, Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IES)Recommended Practices in Merchandise Lighting: A Store Lighting Guide. Hauppaauge, NY: Nova Science..
  • Summers, T. A., Belleau, B. D., Von Hoven, T. V., Xu, Y., Hebert, P. R., & Negulescu, I. I. (2000). Analyses of Market Potential of Exotic Leather Apparel and Interior Products. Textile Chemists and Colorists/American Dyestuff Reporter, 32 (11), 2-8.
  • Hebert, P. R. (1999). Sole Judge and Work Featured: New Orleans International Airport West Terminal Lighting Design, Refereed Educators’ National Exhibit Catalog, & Juried Exhibition. Hauppaauge, NY: Nova Science..
  • Hebert, P. R. (1998). Lighting Fixture Design, Refereed International IDEC Innovative Teaching Manual, Online. (Inaugural issue of juried on-line journal.) Hauppaauge, NY: Nova Science..
  • Hebert, P. R. (1998). Student Dialogue with Mexico, Refereed International IDEC Innovative Teaching Manual, Online. (Inaugural issue of juried on-line journal.) Hauppaauge, NY: Nova Science..
  • Hebert, P. R. (1993). Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IES) Merchandise Lighting National Subcommittee, (1993). IES Lighting Handbook, 8th Ed., Part IV. Lighting Applications, Chapter 18, Lighting for Merchandise Areas. Hauppaauge, NY: Nova Science..

Presentations:

  • Hebert, P. R., Peek, G., Kang, M., & Frazier, S. (accepted).  Environmental impact of workplace lighting choices in rural Oklahoma. Environmental Impact. Ancona, Italy.
  • Hebert, P. R., Kang, M., Barraclough, C., & Schram, L. (accepted).  Museum-University partnership facilitates lighting design competition. Mountain-Plains Museums Association Conference. Snowmass, CO
  • Hebert, P. R., Kang, M., Barraclough, C., & Schram, L. (accepted).  Empirical case study of a community museum's exhibit lighting: Exposing gaps between museum lighting recommendations and real world practices. Mountain-Plains Museums Association Conference. Snowmass, CO
  • Hebert, P. R., Kang, M., Barraclough, C., & Schram, L. (accepted).  Considering light emitting diodes (LEDs) for a community museum renovation: A University-conducted focus group. Mountain-Plains Museums Association Conference. Snowmass, CO
  • Kang, M., Hebert, P. R., Thompson, R., & Kramp, J. (accepted).  An examination of lighting system energy and cost saving for cafeterias in the workplace. Eco Architecture. Siena, Italy.
  • Peek, Gina, Hebert, P. R., Baldwin, Dana, Rhodes, Jim, & Frazier, Scott (2013, February 28 – March 1).  If we didn’t have lighting, We’d be in the dark: FCS and Ag Extension Lighting Case Study. Oklahoma Association for Family and Consumer Sciences & FCS Education Division of Oklahoma Department of Career Technology (ODCTE) Conference. Ada, Oklahoma.
  • Hebert, P. R., Kang, M., & Thompson, R. (2013).  Continuing care retirement center field study and the Americans with disabilities act. Housing Education Research Association Conference. Tulsa, OK.
  • Hebert, P. R., Sammons, T., Kang, M., & Lee, H.-J. (2013).  Pedestrian and bike path illumination: Comparing the needs of student and senior community stakeholders. Western Social Science Association Conference. Denver, CO.
  • Hebert, P. R., Sammons, T., Kang, M., & Lee, H.-J. (2013).  Pedestrian and bike path illumination for safety and security. Urban Transport. Kos, Greece.
  • Kang, M., Hebert, P. R., & Kamp, J. (2013).  Examination of exterior safety lighting at existing U.S. government buildings. Environmental Design Research Association. Providence, RI.
  • Hebert, P. R., Peek, G., & Kang, M. (2012).  Lighting the way for consumers: Development of library of lighting fact sheet. Housing Education Research Association Conference. Roanoke, VA.
  • Chaney, S. & Hebert, P. R.   (2010).  Toward a More Artistic Sensibility and Methodology in Graduate Interior Design Education through the Use of “Sketch Models.” Interior Design Educators Council Southwest Meeting Refereed Proceedings.. Arkansas
  • Drab, T., Hebert, P. R., & Stall-Meadows, C. (2010).  Lighting for Reading: Designing an LED Luminaire for Homes and Offices. National Sustainable Design Expo.. Washington, D.C.
  • Hebert, P. R. (2010).  Blurring the boundaries in Residential Housing: A Case Study of Outdoor Rooms Housing Education and Research Association (HERA) Conference Refereed Proceedings. Housing Education and Research Association (HERA) Conference Refereed Proceedings.. Portland, OR
  • Hebert, P. R., Chaney, S., Dembowski, B., & Johnston, J. (2010).  World War II Veterans’ Memory Drawings of Housing on British Air Bases. HERA Conference Refereed Proceedings . Portland, OR
  • Hebert, P. R., Johnston, J., & Chaney, S. (2010).  Overcoming Consumers’ Barriers to the Adoption of Sustainable Lighting: Considering CFLs and LEDs Across the Life Course. National Sustainable Design Expo.. Washington, D.C.
  • Hebert, P. R. & Kang, M.   (2010).  Sustainable lighting products in single family residential exteriors and landscapes: Querying homebuilders regarding awareness, clients' influence, and adoption behavior. Housing Education Research Association Conference. Portland, OR.
  • Hebert, P. R., Stall-Meadows, C., Johnston, J., & Chaney, S. (2010).  Making Sustainable Lighting Choices. The Green Forum of the National Sustainable Design Expo.. Washington, D.C.
  • Kang, M., Hebert, P. R., & Chaney, S. (2010).  Quest for sustainable lighting products in single family residences: A pilot study of homebuilders awareness and adoption. Interior Design Educators Council Southwest Regional Conference. Fayetteville, AR.
  • Hebert, P. R. (2009).  Satisfying the Big Man on Campus: A Renovation Creates Housing Solutions for University Athletes. Refereed Proceedings of the Housing Education and Research Association.
  • Hebert, P. R. (2009).  Considering the White House in 2009: Utilizing an American Landmark to Teach About Lighting Techniques. Refereed Proceedings of the Housing Education and Research Association. p. 16-20.
  • Hebert, P. R. (2009).  Considering the White House in 2009: Utilizing an American Landmark to Teach About Lighting Techniques. Refereed Proceedings of the Housing Education and Research Association. p. 16-20.
  • Hebert, P. R. (2009).  Tackle This: A Case Study of Residence Hall Design Collaboration Focused on University Athletes. Refereed International Proceedings of Interior Design Educators’ Council (IDEC) Conference. (Interdisciplinary research)
  • Hebert, P. R. & Chaney, S.   (2009).  Teaching the Oldest and the Youngest Students about Interior Design while Using Dolls at Intergenerational Summer Camp. Interior Design Educators Southwest Meeting. Lubbock, TX
  • Hebert, P. R. & Chaney, S.   (2009).  Evaluating and Documenting the Globe at Night: Light Pollution and Sky Quality at Student Housing Sites. Refereed Proceedings of the Housing Education and Research Association. p. 209-212.
  • Hebert, P. R. & Chaney, S.   (2009).  Teaching the Oldest and the Youngest Students about Interior Design while Using Dolls at Intergenerational Summer Camp. Proceedings of the Interior Design Educators Southwest Meeting . Lubbock, TX

Juried Exhibitions (click to view)