Taylor reaches milestone at BGSU

Kelly Taylor poses with her certificate for 15 years of service following the ceremony on May 1.

Kelly Taylor was recognized for 15 years of service by BGSU in a ceremony on May 1.

Taylor, who started at the university on a nine-month contract, is now a lecturer.

She regularly teaches publication design, media writing, reporting, and a course in supervising school publications. In the fall, she will add the editing class to her repertoire.

As chair of the Student Media Advisory Board she has been instrumental in garnering support for the BG News and other student media on campus.

Taylor also teaches and mentors at the Sports Journalism and Communications Boot Camp, a partnership between BGSU and the National Football League.

Taylor has been nominated twice for the Distinguished Instructor Award in the College of Arts and Sciences at BGSU. In 2007 she was inducted into the Great Lakes Interscholastic Press Association Hall of Fame.  She was recently elected secretary of Faculty Senate.

Outside of BGSU, she is active in scholastic press teaching workshops, judging contests, and serving on the board of the Ohio Scholastic Media Association.

When her son arrives on campus in the fall and joins her daughter, a junior, the two-time graduate of the university (1984, 1986) and her Falcon flame husband will have a total Falcon household. Roll Along!

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