Sage Goellner
Educator, Author, Researcher

Samedi Sage Goellner is an associate professor of French and Continuing Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Sage grew up in northern Wisconsin and earned her PhD at the UW-Madison. Sage teaches nontraditional students and lifelong learners in continuing adult classes and online courses, in a variety of French language, culture, and literature classes. She is a recipient of the AATF-Wisconsin Chapter’s Distinguished French Educator award.

With research interests in Francophone literature, travel writing, adult language learning, and online learning, Sage is an active member of Women in French (WIF), the American Association of Teachers of French (AATF), and the Modern Language Association (MLA).

Sage lived and studied in several Francophone regions, including Ile-de-France (Paris), Haute-Corse (Ajaccio), Provence (Avignon), Auvergne (Le Puy-en-Velay), and Quebec (Montreal and Quebec City). She has also guided educational travel programs in Aquitaine, Burgundy, Morocco, and Quebec.

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