Sandra K Strick, Ph.D.
Director of Graduate Studies
Honors and Awards
Dr. Strick is a Certified Wine Specialist. She is active in the Society of Wine Educators where she has been an instructor for several of their classes and serves on the Society’s Educational Advisory Board. Dr. Strick is the founding director of the Wine and Beverage Institute at Carolina. The Institute is dedicated to wine and beverage education in the Columbia community. Through the institute she teaches a variety of wine courses to include: Wine 101, Bordeaux, Rose, and Sparkling Wines and Champagnes. For the past three years she has participated in the Banfi Scholarship Tour which provides students and faculty with a Tuscan food and wine experience.
Antun, J., Strick, S., and Thomas, L. “Exploring Culture and Diversity for Hispanics in Restaurant Online Recruitment Efforts”, Journal of Hospitality Human Resources in Hospitality and Tourism pp 85-107 vol 6 no. 1 2007
Professional Convention Management, The Professional Meeting Manager, 5th edition, “The Adult Learner” chapter 2 March 2006
Antun, J., Strick, S., and Thomas, L. Exploring Culture and Diversity on Restaurant Websites: A Content Analysis of the Top 100 Companies; Websites, Journal of Hospitality Human Resources February, 2006.
Antun, J., Strick, S., and Thomas, L. Exploring Culture and Diversity on Restaruant Websites: A Content Analysis of the Top 100 Companies; Websites, Journal of Foodservice Research, 2003
Antun, John, Strick Sandy, Morse, Steve, and Talbert, Jimmy. The Elasticity of Labor Demand in the Hospitality Industry and the Absence of Hispanic Friendly Web Sites for Hospitality Companies. The Consortium Journal of Hospitality and Tourism. Vol 7,1, 2003 (pp. 32-46)
Strick, Antun, and Hoover, All Hispanics are Not the Same The Consortium Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, vol 6 no. 1, 2002. Pp19-29.
Montgomery and Strick; Meetings, Conventions and Expositions: An Introduction to the Industry; Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1994