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U.S. Department of the Interior

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    US Department of the Interior

    RT : has directed me to promptly restore access to our magnificent national parks, and we will be doing… https://t.co/Bssc4lfpeS

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    US Department of the Interior

    We’ve kept millions of acres of public lands accessible to Americans for recreation & social distancing… https://t.co/yJBTILogYW

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    US Department of the Interior

    Resplendent clouds roll through as the sun dips behind the horizon . Pic by Kim Hang Dessoliers (… https://t.co/UbY5jqKC0j

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    Approaching sheer beauty . Pic courtesy Peter Mangolds https://t.co/ai2aCBlSsI

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    US Department of the Interior

    raises awareness of the importance of trees & the health of forests. Recently, committed the U.S.… https://t.co/9X4WcT7VLT

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    US Department of the Interior

    National parks are more than just gorgeous landscapes, many tell an important historic or cultural story. The Linco… https://t.co/j4iJS7oUBi

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    FSU Department of Interior Architecture and Design

    About

    The Department of Interior Architecture and Design, housed in the College of Fine Arts, encompasses a CIDA accredited undergraduate curriculum and a one-year master of science (M.S.) degree or a 2-year Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree.  Students are exposed to design theory, history, technical skills, and participate in studio classes addressing residential and commercial spaces including health care, retail, office environments, hospitality and designs for special populations such as children, elders, and others in need of supportive spaces.  The CIDA accredited curriculum prepares students to work in interior design firms, as interior designers in architectural firms, or in a number of other design-related settings.

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    The Program

    The Department offers both Bachelor’s and Master’s programs in interior design.  The Undergraduate Program has been fully accredited since 1975 by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA). Both the Undergraduate and Graduate Programs are accredited by the National Association of Schools

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    Doors | Department of Energy

    Adding a storm door can be a good investment if your existing door is old but still in good condition. However, adding a storm door to a newer, insulated door is not generally worth the expense, because you won’t save much more energy.

    If you plan to purchase a storm door, consider features that improve the energy efficiency. 

    Storm door frames are usually made of aluminum, steel, fiberglass, or wood (painted or not). Wooden storm doors require more maintenance than the other types. Metal-framed storm doors might have foam insulation inside their frames.

    High-quality storm doors use low-emissivity (low-e) glass or glazing. Other features may include screens with self-storing pockets, full-length screens with removable glass panels, and screens and glass that slide past each other. All of these features add convenience and cost.

    A glass storm door could trap heat against an entry door and cause damage if the exterior

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    Department of Product Design | School of Art + Design

    Product designers are the people who create the tools, transportation, computers, clothes, sofas, and sports equipment to fit the changing needs of people’s lives. Gain in-depth knowledge of materials, idea generation, prototyping, and manufacturing by becoming a product designer. Learn how to research consumer needs, design new products, and explore the history and theory of design as you make your own products. Finish the program with the confidence and skills to work for a company or start your own business.


    Collaborative and Creative Community

    Our students are curious and driven. Working together, students and faculty members seek solutions for design challenges facing our world. Whether we examine options for sustainable plastics or cleaner drinking water, or building furniture or household goods using sustainable practices, we share the discoveries with each other. Our projects are not merely made up, we partner with real-world clients and users to examine how to make

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