Clinical Assistant Professor, Interior Design
Office: DAGGY 309
Carrie Vielle, M.A. Art History, is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the School of Design and Construction at Washington State University. In addition to a robust teaching load, Vielle also serves as the SDC Gallery and Archives Manager, SDC Distinguished Guest Lecture Committee Chair, the Interior Design Resource Library Manager, and a Faculty Advisor for WSU’s Sostratus Chapter of the national architecture fraternity, Alpha Rho Chi.
Vielle’s research interests include museology, curatorial issues, and exhibition design – her current focus explores issues of visitor engagement and protecting viewer experience in memorial museums.
Vielle’s professional and personal worlds revolve around travel and the visual arts. She taught visual communication classes for 15 years for an interior design program in Spokane, WA., before joining WSU in 2011. At WSU, Vielle has delivered courses in interior design studio, design drawing and visual communication, materials of interior design, history of interior design, and world art history; led numerous national and international study tours; and managed gallery design and installation for the SDC. Vielle is looking forward to teaching the global history of design sequence during the 2017-2018 academic year.
For her tireless efforts to promote the SDC, together with remarkable talent for teaching, Vielle has earned the outstanding faculty award for the interior design program for the past several years.
MA in Art History, Eastern Washington University
BA in Art History, Eastern Washington University
BA in Studio Art, Eastern Washington University
School of Design + Construction
Washington State University
100 Dairy Road
PO Box 642220
Pullman , WA 99164-2220