Jason Meneely

IA Courses: IDS1359 Creativity in Action and IDS1353 Creativity in Context

Professor Meneely is an associate professor in the Department of Interior Design at the University of Florida. He joined the department in 2006 from Cornell University where he worked as a researcher in the department of Design and Environmental Analysis. Meneely’s work explores strategies for enhancing creativity in individuals, teams, and organizations by investigating the collision of cognitive, social, and environmental factors. He also explores the use of technology and physical space to support active learning and is responsible for the design of numerous technology-infused collaborative learning environments on UF’s campus. In 2012 Meneely received a national Innovation in Education Award from the Council of Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) for developing innovative approaches that blend technology with free-hand drawing, real-time critique, and collaborative teamwork. His research has been published in the Creativity Research Journal and the Journal of Interior Design. He also serves as a reviewer for the Journals of Interior Design and The Journal of Learning Spaces.

UF Department of Interior Design

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