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With a wide variety of work specializing in these fields of design, Ms. Marshall brings a highly trained human centered focus to her teaching. In addition to many residential, educational, and commercial projects– including one of the first LEED Platinum office buildings in Massachusetts – Marshall’s work includes the co-design of a traveling exhibit on “Machu Picchu: Mystery of the Incas” for Yale University, including a final reconfigured design and installation of that exhibit to repatriate the artifacts back to Cusco, Peru, and the co-design of exhibits and interior architecture for both the Catawba Nation’s 7-Feathers Museum and the recently completed Choctaw Cultural Center.
Her work has been published and exhibited in numerous publications and exhibits.
Western Mass AIA Award of Merit – NEPR Headquarters, Springfield, MA
Western Mass AIA Award of Merit – Hawks Meadow, Hadley, MA
National Endowment for the Arts Award – Women’s Rights National Historical Park, Seneca Falls, NY
1st Place national design competition sponsored by the NEA and the NPS - Women’s Rights National Historical Park, Seneca Falls, NY
Friends of the Upper East Side Award - Clark Residence Alteration, Manhattan, NY, NY
COURSES RECENTLY TAUGHT
ARCH 401 Design IV
ARCH 400 Design III