Lisa has worked for the University since 2004 teaching academic skills, English for specific purposes, English for academic purposes and general English. Prior to joining UCLan she taught general and business English abroad.
Since joining the School of Business in 2007 Lisa has taught embedded academic development sessions on a range of undergraduate business programme and teaches an academic development module. These sessions are delivered to international students and are designed to reflect their degree study and develop their academic skills. In addition, Lisa also gives advice to students on a range of academic issues through one-to-one tutorials and runs a peer learning initiative for home and international students.
Lisa is a part of the school's Inclusive Learning and Teaching Group and liaises with colleagues on pedagogic issues involving international students.
- Doctorate in Education, UCLan, Ongoing
- MA Education (Applied Linguistics), Open University, 2012
- PG Dip in Professional Studies in Education, Open University, 2011
- PG Cert in Professional Studies in Education, Open University, 2010
- BA (Hons) Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) and Communication Studies, UCLan, 2006
- Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign language (TEFL), UCLan, 2006
- The impact of support on student transition
- Culture and language in the HE classroom
- Academic socialisation
- Fellow of the HEA