Molly Campbell is a Political Science Instructor in the Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Campbell graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina and was recognized as the Outstanding Graduate for the department. Campbell completed a Master of Arts degree in Political Science with concentrations in Public Administration and Environmental Politics from Colorado State University. She also holds a Graduate Certificate in Women’s Studies from Western Kentucky University, and completed graduate work in Anthropology through the University of North Texas. Since joining the Bay College faculty in 1995, she has served on numerous college committees including General Education, Global Awareness/Diversity, Continuous Improvement Steering Committee, Instructional Leaders Team, and multiple Accreditation/Self-Study teams. In 2001 she attended an International Faculty Development Seminar in China through the Council for International Educational Exchange. Campbell represents her division on the Faculty Association Board, has served on several collective bargaining teams, and is a member of the Association-Management Council. She served as Division Chair from 2006-2009, and as faculty advisor to the Model United Nations Club and the Honors Program. Campbell is a member of the American Political Science Association, League of Women Voters, and the American Association of University Women. She received the Bay College Distinguished Faculty Award in 2000 and the Michigan Education Association Outstanding Person in Education Award in 2008. She was honored as the Member of the Year by the Escanaba Area Branch of the American Association of University Women in 2019.