Sandra Kaufmann to Receive Sujack Award for Teaching Excellence
This year, Director of Dance Sandra Kaufmann is a recipient of the Edwin T. & Vivijeanne F. Sujack Award for Teaching Excellence. The Sujack Teaching Awards were established in 1994 by Edwin T. and Vivijeanne F. Sujack in order to take special notice each year of two outstanding teachers in the College of Arts and Sciences. These awards recognize superb teaching of undergraduate students. Past recipients include Director of Music Anthony Molinaro, among others.
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Kaufmann. To commemorate the award recipients, there will be a ceremony held on Monday, April 25 at 4 pm in the McCormick Lounge, located in Coffey Hall.
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