Dr. Ulasewicz engages with students on topics integrating responsible fashion practices within, visual merchandising & promotion, sustainable production development and the social psychology of clothing. She strongly supports the assimilation of community engagement and educational scholarship, and co-development curriculum for a Social Entrepreneurship course offered through the MBA program. Her research interests include, transparency in supply chain management of sewn products manufacturing from fiber to finished product information to the consumer, and product reuse. She is the coauthor of the recently published 2nd edition Sustainable Fashion: Why Now.
"Fashion is about change, if sustainable design and development are our goals, then let us engage thoughtfully and intelligently as we participate in changing what we considered fashionable."