Visiting Assistant Professor
Angela Uriyo earned both a bachelor of science degree in clothing and textiles and a masters of science degree in apparel product design and analysis from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Her doctorate is in human environmental sciences (emphasis in textile and apparel management) from the University of Missouri. At West Virginia University Dr. Uriyo teaches courses in design concepts of dress, flat pattern design, apparel production and fit, figure and fabric drawing and fashion merchandising.
- Cho, S., Aflatoony, L., Morris, K., & Uriyo, A. (2019). Development of Garment Design Strategies for Women with Visual Impairments. Manuscript submitted for publication.
- Cho, S., Aflatoony, L., Uriyo, A., & Morris, K. (2018, November 6). Development of Tactile Garment Design Strategies for Women with Visual Impairments. International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference, Cleveland, Ohio.
- Uriyo, A., Ha-Brookshire, J., & Norum, P. (2016, November 9). The role of the cultural expert in a skills training program for refugees: A case study of the Sew You Know program. International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada.