Dr Wendy Noble
Dr Noble has worked extensively with English language learners at tertiary level, teaching English for Academic Purpose to undergraduate, masters by coursework and research students at Macquarie University, Sydney and PhD students at the Australian National University, Canberra.
She has also worked for many years developing researchers by improving their writing for publication and developing their grant writing skills (Australian Research Council Grants) through popular workshops and individual consultations. More recently, after teaching for a short spell in South Sudan, she has developed an interest in using a genre approach to prepare L2 students for their studies at Bible college, and to this end is currently writing an online course, textbook and diagnostic test under the working title English for Theological Education.
PhD Applied Linguistics - Macquarie University, Australia
Studies in Theology - Regent College, Canada
Post-Grad Diploma TESOL - University of Victoria, Canada
BA English Literature - University of Victoria, Canada
Partners & Clients
"Hi Wendy, I thought I should also report to you that not only did our group have grant success, but, indeed two other groups of colleagues who attended your Grant Writing Workshop also had ARC success. You should feel chuffed because I am sure that your guidance assisted them in writing persuasive applications. This is a great outcome for our discipline and attests to your capabilities."
Leanne (Professor, University of Sydney)
"You have done a great job to make our proposal much stronger.
Many thanks again and your service is superb."
Tommy (Professor, Queensland University of Technology)
"Dear Wendy, Just wished to thank you for yesterday's writing workshop. I wish I had the opportunity to attend a program like yours at the beginning of the year (rather than the end) as it would have made a big difference to my experience in trying to publish my first manuscript. I can highly recommend your expertise and knowledge to any other postgraduate students and hope that I have the opportunity to attend more of your courses in the future. I am also grateful to have had the opportunity for feedback from you with regard to my PhD topic and appreciate your encouragement very much. I have come away with much food for thought and renewed energy."
Astrid (PhD Student, Macquarie University)
"Dear Wendy, Thank you so much for your patience too and your great involvement in improving my language skills. Since I'm struggling to see the link between theory and practice, at times I forget to concentrate on language. Once again thank you for your kindness extended to me."
Soma (PhD Student, ANU)