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My first contact with Sue Quindag was through the string program at Bob Jones Elementary School where she taught for many years. She was our daughter's first viola instructor, and the love of music-making she communicated to those young students is still felt by my daughter, who eventually pursued a master's degree in viola and is now teaching strings herself. Dr. Quindag balanced well the pursuit of excellence with the fun that a child should have learning to play an instrument.
Professor of Music, Department Head
I have known Dr. Quindag as an outstanding violinist and a musician, but she is exceptionally knowledgeable in statistics and research. In 2013, I asked her to guide my dissertation work. Her knowledge and insight greatly aided my dissertation process. Not only did she keep me correctly focused on the research questions of teaching Chinese, but she also was thorough in all the statistical analyses. Dr. Quindag has a keen interest in research; she frequently presents her various studies both domestically and internationally; she has taught statistics to both undergraduate and graduate students; she has chaired numerous dissertation committees in multiple disciplines. She is athletic, outgoing, organized, efficient, extremely competent, and has an excellent rapport with people of all ages and cultures. Her communication skills, both written and verbal, are excellent.
Assistant Professor of Modern Languages
Dr. Sue Quindag encouraged me to pursue higher education and inspired me in the field of health and fitness for musicians. I wish to express my gratitude and appreciation for her sacrifice, tireless efforts, love, and patience in guiding me, counseling me, and working with me through my coursework and research process. She was my steady cheerleader from the start and never let me quit until I crossed the finish line.