New academic advisor for the Ashtabula CampusPosted Dec. 14, 2010
Kent State University at Ashtabula has welcomed a new academic advisor to the staff. Molly Scharping has started on the campus as the recruiter and advisor for social sciences and humanities.
Scharping said she is excited about her new opportunity on the Ashtabula Campus. "I will get to work more closely with the students, which is something I did not do at my last job," Scharping said. "I also like the variety of programs available on this campus as well as its small size," she said.
Most recently, Scharping was the assistant director of the honors college at Greenville Technical College in Greenville, South Carolina. She also served as special assistant to the dean for the Graham Family of Schools in Columbus, Ohio.
She earned her bachelor of arts in international relations from The Ohio State University.