Quinnipiac professor, a resident of Middlefield, receives award

Quinnipiac professor, a resident of Middlefield, receives award



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Middlefield resident William Hennessy, a clinical professor of diagnostic imaging at Quinnipiac University, has received the Josephine M. Picone Lifetime Achievement Award from the Connecticut Society of Radiologic Technologists.

According to a news release, the award is presented annually to an individual who has performed outstanding continuous service within the society for at least 20 years.

“I’ve dedicated many years to my profession as a radiologic technologist and educator in the field,” Hennessy said. “I’ve had the privilege to be elected as the Connecticut state society’s president and served as its board chair and on its legislative committee. I did this on behalf of all radiologic technologists in the state of Connecticut.”

Hennessy, who joined the Quinnipiac faculty in 1994, earned his master’s in health science from Quinnipiac. He earned his bachelor’s in health services from Montclair State University and his associate’s degree from Bergen Community College in New Jersey.

Hennessy also is a senior board member for the Connecticut Society of Radiologic Technologists.

Quinnipiac is a private school with campuses in Hamden and North Haven.

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