State honors ASU's Sandarg

Friday, Aug 14, 2009 3:35 PM
Last updated Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010 9:45 PM
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Augusta State University professor Dr. Jana Sandarg was awarded this week the Florence Steiner Award for Leadership in Foreign Language Education.

The award was Thursday bestowed as part of the State Superintendent of Schools Kathy Cox and the State Board of Education’s bi-monthly recognition of students, teachers, administrators, schools and school systems, according to a press release.

This month’s honorees were for exemplary library media programs and world language programs. Dr. Sandarg teaches Spanish at ASU and organizes six-week study abroad trips to Spain for students.

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demented dave
demented dave 08/14/09 - 04:02 pm
I graduated ASU with a

I graduated ASU with a foreign language degree, and I can honestly say that of all the foreign language professors at that school, Dr. Sandarg was the only one that was worth a flip, not only as a teacher, but as a human being as well. Unlike the others, she's a good and decent person.

museofsatie 08/14/09 - 04:25 pm
I agree with demented dave;

I agree with demented dave; Dr. Sandarg is a very good person and a great professor who truly cares about her job and her students.

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