Office: Lee 3-121
M.Arch., Yale University; B.S. in Design, Clemson University
Sallie Hambright-Belue is a Licensed Architect and an Assistant Professor in the School of Architecture at Clemson University. Her teaching and research is focused in three areas, which relate to the discipline of Architecture as well as the rural place of Clemson, South Carolina. These focus areas are Beginning Design Pedagogy; Intersection of Architecture and Agriculture; and Collaborative Practice Pedagogy. She serves as the First-Year Coordinator in the Bachelor of Arts in Architecture degree program.
Hambright-Belue has also taught at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta where she taught a graduate design studio and a design discourse seminar. She gained experience at Robert A.M. Stern Architects and Eisenman Architects in New York, where she was project architect for several projects including the Sheikh Zayed National Museum and the Pozzuoli Waterfront Masterplan.
She received her Master of Architecture from the Yale School of Architecture where she received the David M. Schwarz Architects Good Times Award upon graduation. With the award, she travelled to study the work of Andrea Palladio, Adolf Loos, and Le Corbusier. She received her Bachelor of Science in Design from Clemson University where she graduated summa cum laude.