Taneshia West Albert worked in both in healthcare and governmental (both state and federal) facilities design and construction, overseeing major capital projects. She holds an MFA Interior Design and a dual BA International Business/Spanish Language.
FCS303Emerging Technology in Interior Design
Research Interests & Areas
Design for social justice, under-represented populations, and as an agent of change; Methods of increasing matriculation rates of African-American and Latino students into interior design studies at the university level; Creating critical thinkers and problem solvers through design curriculum.
Other Interior Design
The Florida State University
BA International Business/ Spanish Language
New Orleans, LA
A Pedagogical Approach: Guiding the Student Design of a Low Security Prison. Interior Design Educators Council International Conference. Interior Design Educators Council. (2017)
Evidence-based Design Learning: Preparing Students for Careers in Healthcare Design. Interior Design Educators Council International Conference. Interior Design Educators Council. (2017)
Designing a Shared, Collaborative Office Space to Accommodate Young and Aging Employees (2010)
Redesigning the Workplace to Accommodate an Aging Work Force. IDEC Pacific West Regional Conference. Interior Design Educators Council. (2009)
Grants & Contracts
New Faculty Start-up Support. Illinois State University. Illinois State University. (2016)