Molly Taggart is a part-time instructor in the School of Communication Studies. She teaches several courses including; nonverbal communication, gender communication and foundations of communication. Her research interest includes, gender, social justice and organizational communication. At Kent State, Molly is an advocate for the LBGTQ community and diversity on campus. She works with Green Dot, which works to help bystanders prevent and react to sexual harassment; the Quest Mentorship Program; which serves LGBTQ students and the College of Communication and Information Diversity Team.
Molly received her Master’s in Communication Studies with a focus on Mediated and Mass Communication from Kent State. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies with a concentration on organizational communication from Ohio University. She has earned several awards for her teaching and advocacy including the Undeniably Accessible Teaching Award and the Outstanding New Service Initiative Group Award.
B.A. in organizational communication with a minor in sociology; Ohio University, Athens, Ohio , Additional undergraduate certificate in political communication; Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, M.A. in communication studies with a focus on mediated and mass communication; Kent State University
Kent Communication Society
2018 Student Accessibility Services Faculty Appreciation Award