Adjunct Professor of World Languages and Cultures (Spanish)
Humanities/World Languages & Cultures
Morlan Hall, Room 112
Lisa Noble is an Adjunct Instructor of Spanish for Bethany College.
She has more than 20 years of teaching experience, having worked at local high schools and Empire State College.
She graduated from Bethany in 1993 and studied abroad at the Universidad de Navarra in Pamplona, Spain.
Prior to teaching, she served as a German interpreter for Northwest/KLM Airlines.
She has always been fascinated by world languages and cultures. During her time at Bethany, she studied Spanish, German, and Italian.
M.S., Franciscan University of Steubenville (2006)
B.A., Bethany College (1993)
Semester Abroad at Universidad de Navarra (1992)
Areas of Passion & Research
World languages, cultures, and traveling. Gaming in the classroom.
Sports, traveling, languages, and music
Favorite Quote, Book, or Movie … Why?
Any book by Dan Brown. They are well written and she spent some time in the classroom with him teaching Spanish.
Special Olympics, YWCA, and helping with fundraisers within the SCS school system. During the holidays I enjoy helping the food pantries deliver food to those in need.
Frank Noble (’91), Craig Noble (’87), Jim Noble (’92), Lisa Long Noble (’89)