Steven E. Noble has an interdisciplinary doctorate (UBC), an MA, (UBC), in adult education and counselling psychology, a Business BAA (Ryerson), CHRP (U of Toronto), TESOL certificate, and other credentials. Steven has been engaged within adult education in diverse environments and populations over the past 30 years. Steven’s teaching foci are in the areas of capstone supervision, adult learning and curriculum theory, diversity, the teaching/learning relationship, qualitative research, notably theatre-based and performance (broadly defined) research. Research interests include interdisciplinary research supervision, arts/performancebased/ qualitative research methodologies, critical theories, relationships of power in
teaching/learning, liminal identities/diverse spaces, and rural community development/integration, second/additional language acquisition.