Cynthia Mohr


Interior Design
Job Overview: 
Professor Mohr teaches in the Interior Design program. Her current class assignments include; Introduction to Interior Design, Introduction to Drafting Practices, and the ID Internship.
Contact Information
ART 214C
Areas of Expertise: 
Research focuses on the intersections of Place, Pedagogy, and Culture

In her 40 year academic career, Professor Cynthia Mohr has taught in Oregon, Kansas and Tennessee before coming to the University of North Texas in the fall of 2003. Certified as a professional designer by the NCIDQ, her professional work is varied and includes experiences in both residential and contract design. As an educator, her research focuses on the interaction of design, culture and pedagogy. Professor Mohr has a strong commitment to study abroad experience for students. She has organized and led annual spring break trips to Europe and study abroad courses to the United Kingdom, Italy, and France. At UNT she was instrumental in the creation of the first formal student/faculty exchange for the College of Visual Arts and Design with Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design at the University of Dundee in Scotland. More recently she established a formal exchange with Thomas More University in Belgium and is in process of developing new exchanges for CVAD students with two universities in the United Kingdom. She is a professional member of the Interior Design Educators Council serving that organization as Regional Chair, editor of both the Innovative Teaching Manual and the online version of the E-Record, Collaborative Coordinator for Teaching, Director of Teaching and was recently elected to serve as President – Elect 2014-15 and President 2015-16.