Dr. Molly Wang Receives Mothers, Mentors, and Muses Award

We are very happy to announce that Dr. Zhiqiang (Molly) Wang, Associate Professor at Kent State University's Geauga Campus and Regional Academic Center was honored, along with 32 other recipients, at the 9th Annual Mother's, Mentors, and Muses Celebration that took place on April 3, 2018 at the Kent State University Hotel & Conference Center. 
Mothers, Mentors, & Muses is the Women’s Center's signature event that recognizes Kent State University female-identifying faculty or staff who have made a significant difference in the life of a student or colleague. More than 350 women across the university have received this honor, including these past recipients from the Geauga Campus and Regional Academic Center:
Donna Casey, Academic Program Director
LuAnn Coldwell, Interim Director II, Enrollment Management and Student Services
Karen Hansen, Part-time Faculty, Lifespan Development & Education Sciences 
Vania Alvarez-Minah, Academic Advisor II
Sue Clement, Associate Professor, Geology
Judy Paternite, Associate Lecturer, Computer Technology
Jennifer Sayre, Director, Enrollment Management and Student Services
Velvet Weems-Landingham, Associate Professor
Renate W. Prescott, Associate Professor, English Department
This award is intended to honor female-identifying faculty or staff of Kent State (with five or more years of service) who have served in any of three roles:
•    Mother – one who has helped “birth” ideas, thoughts and academic endeavors in others, or who serves as a nurturing individual to others.
•    Mentor – one who serves as a trusted counselor, colleague and/or role model.
•    Muse – one who inspires creativity and artistic/academic passion in others.
Dr. Wang has numerous publications and achievements including being awarded a Kent State Distinguished Teaching Award in 2017 and the William E. Lower Award from the Cleveland Clinic. Please join us in recognizing her accomplishments.

POSTED: Wednesday, April 4, 2018 - 9:57am
UPDATED: Tuesday, September 3, 2019 - 8:25am