Alumna Lisette Boosooboy teaches Summer Course


Ranked as the 4th best interior design graduate program in the South by DesignIntelligence, the FIU Department of Interior Architecture is passionate about design and explores its countless contributions to society, through the work done by our faculty and students. This Summer, Lisette Boosooboy, LEED AP (FIU BA in Interior Design ’05, MIA ’13) transformed from alumna to both former student and faculty member of the Department. She decided to join the Department’s creative, dedicated designers by teaching the course Construction Documents of Interior Architecture. She returned to the classroom to be on the other side of the curriculum, offering students her expertise and talents in the field.

Returning to FIU to teach was a bit of a change for the alumna. “It is a bit daunting at first,” she said, “but when you realize that this is part of what you have been doing for the last nine years, and you know the information, it becomes a challenge that you can handle.”

Boosooboy is a Designer at M.C. Harry & Associates, and has been since September 2005. She said that FIU Interior Architecture prepared her for her professional experiences at the firm. “The FIU Interior Architecture Department has an amazing faculty that prepares its students to think about design in an [exploratory] method,” said Boosooboy. “[I]t challenges the intellect in a logical as well as a creative manner….There are an infinite number of skills that one possessses upon graduating from FIU, but being able to astutely give a reason behind one’s design choices and effectively communicate that to a client or a team is invaluable.”

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