Larissa Fedoroff, NCIDQ, LEED AP ID+C
Larissa Fedoroff is an assistant professor of interior design at the School of Planning, Design and Construction at Michigan State University. Upon completion of her degree, she entered the hospitality design field in the Metro Detroit Area and worked on luxury hotel projects for about 2.5 years. Seeking further growth, Fedoroff came back to the Greater Lansing Area and currently works at DBI, a Haworth furniture dealership. During her career, she obtained the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) professional certification, as well as LEED AP ID+C professional certification. As a student, Fedoroff was a part of a research team that looked into the connections between the arts and the STEM professional field. Her research was published in "Arts and the Innovative Workplace." Fedoroff's passion for designing environments that promote the health and wellness of others has carried over into her pursuit of teaching where she tries to impart in her my students the same ideals and responsibilities she invokes in her daily work. She has a Bachelor of Arts in interior design from Michigan State University with specializations in bioethics, humanities and society; and health promotion.