Fairfield resident receives James Marshall Award

Hillary Haldane

Hillary Haldane

Hillary Haldane of Fairfield, associate professor of anthropology at Quinnipiac University, recently received the James Marshall Award at a recent university reception at the Rocky Top Student Center.

“I was thrilled to receive the award,” Haldane said. “There is nothing more meaningful in our work than to have our colleagues appreciate and recognize what we do. I work with the most dedicated and community-minded faculty in higher education, and can name numerous colleagues across the campus who deserve this award for their efforts on behalf of our students. It is humbling to receive an award named in honor of a man who selflessly gave so much to Quinnipiac.”

The award was created by the Faculty Senate at Quinnipiac in 2002 to recognize faculty who exhibit qualities of unselfish service and dedication to the Quinnipiac community. The award was named after the late James Marshall, assistant professor of health management in the School of Business, who died in April 2002. Marshall was known for his community work, including serving as chairman of Quinnipiac’s Black History Month Committee.

Haldane, who joined Quinnipiac in 2007, has a doctorate and a master’s degree in cultural anthropology from the University of California, Santa Barbara. She also has a bachelor’s degree in cultural anthropology from San Diego State University.

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