Dr. Sage Goellner is an assistant professor of French and Continuing Education in Continuing Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she directs the French program.
Dr. Goellner holds a PhD in French (UW-Madison), a Master’s Degree in French (University of Michigan), and a Bachelor’s Degree in French and English literature (UW-Madison). Prior to her current position, she was a visiting assistant professor of French at the University of Illinois in Chicago. She has taught French language and culture at the university and continuing adult levels.
Sage Goellner's publications have appeared in The French Review and Equinoxes. She is an active member of the American Association of Teachers of French, the Modern Languages Association, and Women in French, and has presented at major professional conferences.
Dr. Goellner has spent much time living, studying, and working in France. In high school, she spent several months in Paris and Corsica. As an undergraduate, she lived at the UW-Madison’s Maison Française and studied abroad in Paris. During graduate school, she studied at the Université de Laval in Quebec, attended Bryn Mawr’s Institute in Avignon and taught at the University of Paris-Nanterre.
Sage Goellner is a contributing editor of France Synergies, an educational resource for teachers of French.