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Lauren Schmoll
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Lauren Schmoll

Lauren Schmoll is a first-year student in Kent State's graduate program for Media Management.

 

She is from Gallia County, Ohio, and most recently worked as an anchor and reporter at WSAZ-TV in Huntington, West Virginia. Prior to that she spent four years as a producer at WCMH-TV in Columbus, Ohio, and also worked as a student reporter at the NPR station on Ohio State's campus, WOSU-AM. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from the Ohio State University in 2009. 

 

Lauren came to Kent State after marrying her husband, Nathan, who is pursuing an M.F.A. in Acting through the school of Theatre and Dance. 

 

She is interested in broadcast journalism, and hopes to return to television news after the conclusion of her studies at Kent. Lauren is the Walton D. Clarke scholar, and works as a producer on the morning shift at WKSU. 

Contact Lauren Schmoll (schmoll@wksu.org)


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