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Sarah McNabb

Adjunct Instructor, Interior Design, Louisville

College of Technology and Design

Louisville Campus

Sarah McNabb received an undergraduate degree in Interior Design from the University of Tennessee and a master’s degree from the University of Louisville. She is NCIDQ (National Council for Interior Design Qualification) certified (#10154) and has KYCID (Kentucky Certified Interior Designer) certification (#0081CID). Sarah teaches both lecture and studio classes in the CIDA accredited Interior Design Program, and currently serves as interim Program Director.

In addition to teaching, Sarah is also a member of the excavation team working on the Roman Villa of Torre de Palma, Portugal with an emphasis on the utilization of space within the villa and the digitalization of all field drawings. This work has resulted in three conference papers and the following publications. Currently, she is working on the final monograph publication for the excavation.

S. McNabb: “The Architecture of Hospitality at Torre de Palma, Portugal”, ARRIS, 2009 (Journal Article)

With Stephanie Maloney: “Torre de Palma: Sítio Arquelógico, Guia”, Regional de Cultura Alentejo, 2014

Stephanie J. Maloney, Mary Lucas Powell, and Sarah P. McNabb, Editors: “Life and Death at Torre de Palma: Two Millenia of Rural Life in the Alto Alentejo, Portugal”, Supplement to O Archeólogo Português, Museu Nacional de Arquelogia, Lisboa, 2020