College of Family and Consumer Sciences
PhD Student & Graduate Assistant
Kristian Hogans is a critical fashion studies scholar.
|Degree||Field of Study||Institution||Graduation|
|M.S.||Global Merchandising||Florida State University||2017|
|B.S.||Retailing||University of South Carolina- Columbia||2015|
Kristian's research centers (re)defining, (re)imagining, and deconstructing, and revitalizing fashion education. This type of research involves sharing narratives of those forgotten and excluded, and broadening our understanding of representation and contributions to fashion education and the industry. Kristian's secondary research explores the design of football athletic uniforms and connection between performance clothing and their well-being and body image.
Graduate Assistant for the following course:
TXMI 4250: Apparel and Soft Goods Manufacturing (Fall 2019-Spring 2021)
TXMI 4260: Global Sourcing (Fall 2019-Spring 2021)
TXMI 3530: Apparel Quality Analysis (Fall 2019-Spring 2021)
TXMI 4290: History of Dress (Summer 2020)
TXMI 4280: Apparel Design Studio
|Award Name||Awarded By||Year Awarded|
|Mary Josephine Cochran Fellowship||American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences||2021|
|NASPA Region III Research Grant||National Association of Student Personnel Administrators||2021|
|Graduate and Professional Scholars||President||2021-2022|
|Graduate and Professional Scholars||Historian||2020-2021|
Dr. Laura McAndrews (Major Professor)
Dr. Clair McClure
Dr. Monica Sklar
Dr. Ginny Boss
Hogans, K & McQuerry, M. (accepted; October 2018). Assessment of ventilated athletic uniforms for improved thermal comfort. AATCC Journal of Research.