Kansas Statee University- Center on Aging
Migette Kaup is a professor at Kansas State University where she teaches in both the interior design and gerontology programs in the College of Health and Human Sciences. Her areas of expertise span the fields of architectural planning and design, gerontology, and long-term care policy structures. Migette’s research and practice work involves gerontological design, organizational development, evidence-based design strategies and design research, specifically related to long-term care and person-centered care practices. Migette is a co-principle investigator on the Promoting Excellent Alternatives in Kansas Nursing Homes (PEAK) program administered through the K-State Center on Aging and the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability.