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Dustin Albright Goes Back to School

By October 8, 2012January 25th, 2021Culture

Craig Gaulden Davis project designer Dustin Albright has gone back to school this Fall – this time as a faculty member at Clemson University. In his role as Lecturer in the School of Architecture, Dustin is teaching a graduate level design studio as well as an undergraduate Structures seminar. He is looking forward to building on his own creative work in the areas of sustainable wood structures and public installation architecture. Additionally, Dustin and his family are living on campus this year as part of the University’s Faculty-In-Residence program, where he serves as a mentor to students in the Lightsey Bridge Apartment community. Campus life has been very rewarding and Dustin is enjoying getting to know the neighboring students and housing staff.

You can still find Dustin in Greenville each week, where he is continuing part-time work with CGD. He is currently working on the Forest Park Library in Clayton County, Georgia, which is in the final stages of its construction.