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  • Phone:

    +966-13-849-9733

  • Email:

    egrantham@pmu.edu.sa

  • Office No:

    S-068

  • E. Jeannine Grantham, Ph.D.

  • Job Title :

    Assistant Professor

  • College :

    College of Engineering


  • Department :

    Interior Design


Dr. E. Jeannine Grantham is an Assistant Professor and previous Chair of the Department of Interior Design from September 2010 – August 2017. She holds a Ph. D (2009) of Environmental Design and Master of Environmental Design (2007) from Texas Tech University. Dr. Jeannine has served on the University Counsel and other committees within PMU. Before coming to PMU, she taught at Texas Tech University and Sam Houston State University, both located in Texas, USA.


  • PhD in Environmental Design, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas-USA, December 2008.
  • MSc in Environmental Design, Texas Tech University, May 2006.
  • BFA in Interior Design, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas - USA, May 1972.
     


  • Grantham, E., Selection, Composition, and Application of the Elements and Principles of Design to Create Comfort
  • Grantham, E. J., Nagy, N. and Al Kassim, Z., 2014. Perception of Color in Saudi High School Girls. Conference proceedings for Global Academic Network, Dubai, UAE
  • Grantham, E. J 2013. Comfort in the Built Environment. Presented at the Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University’s Research and Development Research Colloquium
  • Grantham, E. J, 2012. Environments for Abused Children: the Impact of Color. Presented at Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University’s Research and Development Research Colloquium
  • Grantham, E. J., 2011. The Building Experience. Presented at Middle East Chapter of the American Institute of Architects’ Architecture & Design Days, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
  • Grantham, E. J., 2011. The Building Experience. Presented at “Read the Fine Print,” the first annual design symposium held by Hekma School of Design and Architecture, Dar Al Hekma College, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
  • Shroyer, J. and Grantham, E. J., 2008. Comfort Rules: Aspects of the Built Environment, presented at the Southwest Region IDEC Conference
  • Tripp, P. and Grantham, E. J. 2007.  Consumer Awareness of Low-Cost/No-Cost Energy Management Related to Interior Spaces, presented at Entergy Summit
  • Shroyer, J. and Grantham, J., 2006.  Comfort in the Designed Environment:  A definition for Individuals Diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease presented for Human Sciences Week, Texas Tech University, March 2007

IDEC, Interior Design Educators Council (since 2007).


  • 2008 Shroyer, J. and Grantham, E. J., 2008. ''Comfort Rules: Aspects of the Built Environment.''  Presented at the Southwest Region IDEC Conference.
  • 2007 Consumer Awareness of Low-cost/No-Cost Energy Management Related to Interior Spaces, Entergy Summit, September 2007.
  • 2006 Shroyer, J. and Grantham, J., 2006.  ''Comfort in the Designed Environment:  A definition for Individuals Diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease'' Human Sciences Week, Texas Tech University, March 2007.
     


  • Assistant Professor of Interior Design  Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University (PMU), Al Khobar- Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, April 2009 - present.
  • Instructor of Interior Design Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas-USA, August - December 2008.
  • Assistant Professor of Interior Design Sam Houston State University, August 2007 - May 2008.
  • Instructor of Interior Design Bauder College August 1972 - May 1973.
     


  • IDES 1413 - Interior Design II
  • IDES 2251 - Digital Media I
  • IDES 3331 - Interior Lighting
  • IDES 3343 - Professional Practices.
  • IDES 2412 - Interior Design IV
  • IDES 2331 - Behavior and the Physical Environment
  • IDES 3412 -  Interior Design V - Guest lecturer
     

Environments for abused children, color, educational   environments, environments for the aging, comfort