Meghan Mick

Assistant Professor
Meghan Mick

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Department of Interior Architecture and Design

Meghan Mick is an Assistant Professor at Florida State University with a diverse background in design practice. After receiving her Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from Vanderbilt University, she worked in graphic design at a large advertising agency in Raleigh, North Carolina. Her interest in natural science and love of design led her to graduate school at the College of Design at NC State University for a Master’s degree in Landscape Architecture. Since that time, she has worked in the practice with a focus on connecting people to nature and place through design in the fields of landscape architecture, exhibit design, and graphics. At FSU, Mick has taught Communication Graphics, Design Fundamentals I, Studio 3, and currently teaches Principles of Sustainable Design and Social & Psychological Aspects of Design. She is a registered Landscape Architect in the State of Florida as well as a LEED Accredited Professional and a WELL Accredited Professional.

Research interests include: 

  • Biophilic design for nature connection and health
  • Nature-based solutions for resilience and restoration
  • Outdoor learning spaces (particularly on college campuses)
  • School design for ecoliteracy, nature connection, and mental health
  • Environmental graphics and their role in connection to place