Shelby Brock

Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Family and Consumer Sciences

sab014@shsu.edu

936-294-1249

MLHB 128


Education

  • M.S. in Family and Consumer Sciences - Interior Design Emphasis (Sam Houston State University, 2006)
  • B.A. in Family and Consumer Sciences - Interior Design, Minor in Industrial Technology (Sam Houston State University, 1998)

Professional Credentials

  • Passed the National Council of Interior Design Qualification Examination, 2002
  • NCIDQ Certificate Number 029070 (active)
  • Registered Accessibility Specialist Examination - Combination Endorsement, 2003
  • Texas, Registered Interior Designer #9969, Texas Board of Architectural Examiners, 2002 (active)
  • Registered Accessibility Specialist #295, Architectural Barriers, Texas Department of Licensing and Regulations, 2003 (active)

Honors and Awards

  • Alpha Chi National College Honor Society Outstanding Teacher Award, Sam Houston State University, 2014
  • College of Humanities and Social Sciences Departmental Outstanding Non-Tenure Track Faculty Award, Sam Houston State University, 2011-2012

Bio

Since 2006, Shelby Brock has taught interior design at Sam Houston State University. She is a Registered Interior Designer (RID) with the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners and is also a Registered Accessibility Specialist (RAS) with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. She has over 15 years of private practice experience in both commercial and residential design, construction, and project management. Some of her completed projects include the H.E.A.R.T.S. Veterans Museum, the Walker County Courthouse renovation, Faith Lutheran Church and school addition, all constructed in Huntsville; as well as the Grand Station Entertainment Center, constructed in College Station, Texas. Her primary teaching interests are computer-aided drafting, junior studio, and codes, although she has taught most of the courses in the interior design curriculum. Mrs. Brock's main goal in the classroom is to bring real world scenarios to students. This knowledge from a firsthand perspective enables students to have a greater understanding of what a professional interior designer encounters daily.