Office:  ART 210

(Phone) 580.774. 7138

siriporn.peters@swosu.edu

Siriporn Peters

Assistant Professor of Graphic Design
Department of Art, Communication & Theatre


Educational Background

DegreeInstitutionArea of Study
Diploma  Rajamangala Institute of Technology Industrial Product Design
B.S. King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Industrial Design
M.A. Oklahoma City University Graphic Design
Ph.D. RMIT University Communication Design

Qualifications

YearCertificate
2015 Certificate of The National Institutes of Health (NIH) 
Office of Extramural Research certifies that Siriporn Peters successfully completed the NIH Web-based training course “Protecting Human Research Participants."
Date of completion: 11/19/2015 
Certification Number: 1921503

2009

Certificate IV in Training & Assessment 
MBG Education, Melbourne, Australia 
Date of completion: 2009

2003

Certificate of the Intellectual Property Rights Training Course for Advanced Intellectual Property Practitioners 
The Japan Institute of Invention and Innovation and The Association for Overseas Technical Scholarship in Tokyo, Japan 
Date of Completion: 08/05/2003 
Certification Number: 03-IP-024

Awards & Honors

YearAward
November 2017 Won the National Interpretive Design Accessibility Achievement Award of the U.S. Department of the Interior  National Park Service in 2017. This was the collaborative project with the Washita Battlefield National Historic Site and SWOSU Faculty Members: Frederic Murray, Brad Bryant, Nathan Brooks.
February 2017 Nominated for Two Awards 
by the Washita Battlefield National Historic Site, the National Park Service in Cheyenne, Oklahoma:
- Region’s 2017 Achieving Relevance through Interpretive Media and Technology Award of the United States Department of the Interior
- Interpretative Media Awards of the National Association for Interpretation
March 5, 2016 Best in Show Award 
Cyril Oklahoma Historical Society and Art Gallery, Oklahoma 
Title: Touch and See Cheyenne, beadwork on leather
February 4, 2013 Good PhD Award 2012 of the National Research Council of Thailand 
Research Title: Design for Enabling Sustainable Livelihoods of People with Disabilities in Thailand
2009 Best Teacher Award 
Digital Media Department Cambridge International College in Melbourne, Australia

Scholarly Activities

YearGrants & Contracts (Funded)
2017  present Art Works Grant of National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) June 2017 – June 2019 
Responsibility: Project Director 
Project: Touch and See Your Park: To support the Washita Battlefield National Historic Site to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the Washita River Massacre NEA application #16-974744
2017  Present Major Grant Support of Oklahoma Art Council 2018 
Responsibility: Project Coordinator 
Project: Native American Arts Workshops at Three locations: Washita Visitor Center in Cheyenne, SWOSU in Weatherford and Sayre, OK
2016  2017 Major Grant Support of Oklahoma Art Council 2017 
Responsibility: Project Coordinator 
Project: A series of Cheyenne Art workshops, special lectures and exhibitions at two locations: Washita Visitor Center in Cheyenne and SWOSU in Weatherford in OK
2016  2017 SWOSU Foundation Grant 
Responsibility: Project Director 
Project: Interactive Design Production for People with Disabilities
2016  2017 Grant of Western National Parks Association 
This grant was funded through the Washita Battlefield National Historic Site (WBNH), the National Park Service in Cheyenne, Oklahoma Responsibility: Co-project director with the Chief of Interpretation of WBNH 
Collaborative Project: Interactive Design for People with Disabilities
2015  2016 Organized Research Funds of SWOSU College of Arts and Sciences 
Responsibility: Principle Investigator 
Project: Communication Design for People with Disabilities
2015  2016 Proposal Development Award (PDA) Office of Sponsored Program 
Responsibility: Principle Investigator 
Project: Communication Design for Preserving Cultural Heritage of Cheyenne and Arapaho Nation
2014  2015 Organized Research Funds of SWOSU College of Arts and Sciences 
Responsibility: Principle Investigator 
Project: Participatory Graphic Design for 
Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage of 
Cheyenne and Arapaho Nation
YearGrants & Contracts (Unfunded)
2016 Art Works Grant of National Endowment for the Arts 
Responsibility: Project Director 
Project: Collaborative Communication/Graphic Design Project with the Washita Battlefield National Historic Site located at the National Park Service in Cheyenne, Oklahoma NEA Application # 15-965729
2016 Art Works Grant of National Endowment for the Arts 
Responsibility: Co-Project Director with Jason Dupree 
Project: Co-Creation Digital Graphic Design and an Online System to Support the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Language Program in Oklahoma NEA Application # 16-968119
2016 Western National Parks Association, a nonprofit cooperating association for the National Park Service authorized by Congress 
Responsibility: Project Director
Project: Collecting and Preserving Intangible Cultural Heritages

Conference Proceedings

  • Peters, S. (2014). “Communication Design for Enabling Sustainable Livelihoods of People with Disabilities in Thailand”. The 5th International Conference for Universal Design at Tokyo International Exchange Center in Japan, November 11th -13th, 2014. 

  • Peters, S. (2014). Country Reports: Media Education and Training in Thailand. The 2nd International Conference on Media Education and Training (ICMET 2014), August 18th, 2014. 

  • Peters, S. (2014). “Communication Design Research Approaches for Enabling and Sustainable Change”. AIGA Design Educators Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio, March 14th - 15th, 2014: pp.105-123.

Editing

YearPublication
2016 – present Regional Editor of the Encyclopedia of Asian Design 
Volume II South and South East Asia 
Bloomsbury Publishing, UK

Forthcoming Publications

YearPublications
2016 – present

Author of two articles for the Encyclopedia of Asian 
Design Volume II South and South East Asia 
Bloomsbury Publishing, UK

The 1st Article: Design Education, Curation and Legislation

The 2nd Article: Design Organizations and Societies

Poster Presentations

Date Topic

March 3, 2017

The 18th Annual Oklahoma Research Day, hosted by  Northwestern Oklahoma State University at the Central National Bank Center in Enid, Oklahoma

April 13, 2017

The 24th Annual SWOSU Research and Scholarly Activity Fair, Weatherford, Oklahoma

March 11, 2016

The 17th Annual Oklahoma Research Day on the Northeastern State University campus in Tahlequah, Oklahoma

April 14, 2016

The 23rd Annual SWOSU Research and Scholarly Activities

Presentation of Papers

Date Topic
March 10 – 12, 2015 The 9th International Conference on Design Principles  and Practice at University Center Chicago in Chicago 
Principle Investigator: Siriporn Peters  Research Assistants: Kyle Brewer, Drew Brower, Naveenah Kumar, and Rachel Butler 
Title: Participatory Graphic Design for Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage of Cheyenne and Arapaho Nation
November 9  13, 2014 The 5th International Conference for Universal Design at Tokyo International Exchange Center in Japan, organized by International Association for Universal Design 
Presenter: Siriporn Peters 
Title: Communication Design for Enabling Sustainable Livelihoods of People with Disabilities in Thailand
March 14  15, 2014 Connecting Dots: AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Arts) Design Educator Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio 
Presenter: Siriporn Peters 
Title: Communication Design Research Approaches for Enabling and Sustainable Change
January 16  18, 2014 The 7th International Conference on Design Principles and Practice at UBC Robson Square in Vancouver, Canada 
Presenter: Siriporn Peters 
Title: Communication Design for Enabling Sustainable Livelihoods of the Communities in the World Heritage Site of Thailand

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