Sandra Looft, academic adviser for World Languages and Cultures, will be honored with a Certificate of Merit Award from the national advising association, NACADA. Looft will be recognized at a ceremony at the annual NACADA conference in Las Vegas in the fall.
The Department nominated Looft for this award for the Primary Advising category based on her work not only in advising primary and secondary majors, but also working on outreach, recruitment, retention, and general marketing of the department.
Stay tuned for more information on Looft and her award.
Read a full profile about Looft and her work, written by the Department of World Languages and Cultures staff and published in their March newsletter.