- Occupant behavior and energy efficiency
- Daylighting design
- Post occupancy evaluation
- Ph.D. in Architecture, 2014, Interior Design and Education (Interdisciplinary doctoral program), Washington State University, Pullman, WA
- M.A. in Interior Design, 2011, Washington State University, Pullman, WA
- M.B.A. in Sustainability, 2009, San Francisco Institute of Architecture
- B.A. in Interior Design, 2007, Washington State University, Pullman, WA
- August 2017 – Present, Assistant Professor, Construction Management, Washington State University, Pullman, WA
- December 2014 – August 2017, Owner, Energy Efficient People, LLC
- June 2014 – August 2017, Assistant Professor, Department of Apparel, Textiles, and Interior Design, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS
- September 2013 – April 2015, Editor & Technical Report Reviewer, University of Idaho, Integrated Design Lab
- May 2011 – August 2013, Program Specialist/Project Manager, University of Idaho, Integrated Design Lab, Boise, ID
- January 2011 – February 2013, Editorial Assistant, Berg Publishers: Interiors
- 2007 – 2009, Callison Architecture: Interior Design/Architecture Staff I and II, Seattle, WA
- CST M 332 Building Science 1
- CST M 333 Building Science 2
- CST M 495 MEP Seminar in Construction Management
- Day, J., & O’Brien, W. (2017). Oh behave! Survey stories and lessons learned from building occupants in high-performance buildings. Energy Research & Social Science, 31, 11-20.
- Xu, X., Maki, A. Chen, C.F., Dong, B., & Day, J., (2017). Investigating willingness to save energy and communication about energy use in the American workplace with the attitude-behavior-context model. Energy Research & Social Science, in press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2017.02.011
- Chen, C.F., Xu, X., & Day, J. (2017). Thermal Comfort or Money Saving? Exploring Determinants of Low-Income Households’ Intentions to Conserve Energy in the U.S.. Energy Research & Social Science, 26, 61-71.
- Orthel, B, & Day, J. (2016). Processing Beyond Drawing: A Case Study Exploring Ideation for Teaching Design. SAGE Open, July-September, 1-16. doi: 10.1177/2158244016663285
- Day, J. & Gunderson, D.E. (2014). Understanding high performance buildings: The link between occupant knowledge of passive design systems, corresponding behaviors, occupant comfort and environmental satisfaction. Building and Environment, 84, 114–124. doi:10.1016/j.buildenv. 2014.11.003
- Day, J., Theodorson, J., & Van Den Wymelenberg, K. (2012). Understanding Controls, Behaviors and Satisfaction in the Daylit Perimeter Office: A Daylight Design Case Study. Journal of Interior Design, 37(1), 17-34.