(Release: September 13, 2013) - Molly Carlson has been appointed the director of instruction at Hagerstown Community College. In this position, she is responsible for the development of the academic instructional schedules in coordination with division chairs and directors, the management of academic records, and the maintenance of HCC’s electronic curriculum files.
“I have found Hagerstown Community College to be a friendly, forward-thinking institution, and am proud to serve it as director of instruction,” said Carlson. “I look forward to working with the many individuals on campus who are dedicated to student learning and to build upon the excellent work of my predecessor, Jerry Haines.”
Carlson holds a doctoral degree in education from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a master’s degree in education from Northwestern University, and a bachelor’s degree in music from Illinois State University.
She has served as the assistant director for the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Music and as the associate director of concert operations and the assistant director of music admission and financial aid at Northwestern University School of Music. Most recently, she has been teaching in the adult education program at Frederick Community College.
Carlson began her position in early September, replacing Jerry Haines, who recently retired.