Kathleen M. Sullivan, Assistant Professor in the MFA Program for Design Thinking at Radford University holds advanced degrees in art, art history, and interior architecture from Edinboro University and the University of Pittsburgh. She brings a wide variety of professional and teaching experiences to the program. Primarily focusing on commercial interior architecture, hospitality design, and on-air broadcast design, she brings knowledge of the process, practicalities, and project management to the students. She has taught age groups from elementary to higher education thereby having a strong sense of how to communicate with students. She has exhibited in juried art exhibitions, has been an invited speaker at conferences, presented research, won awards for historic preservation and environmental initiates, and written on topics relating to the environment and behavioral psychology.