Diane Nottle coaches the international students and founded the English for Journalists blog. She spent 35 years as an editor in daily newspapers, including 20 years at The New York Times specializing in arts and culture.
She was previously an editor at The Boston Globe, The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, and The Roanoke Times and has freelanced hundreds of articles to newspapers and magazines nationwide and abroad. She has taught journalism at Jinan University in Guangzhou, China; the University of British Columbia in Vancouver; Colorado State University, and Emerson College.
Since earning a certificate in English language teaching from the New School in 2008, she has taught English in Columbia University’s American Language Program; at the University of Lower Silesia in Wroclaw, Poland, where she is a Fulbright senior specialist this spring; and at Hunan University of Science and Technology in Xiangtan, China.
Her book, “American English for World Media,” was published in 2017 by CUNY Journalism Press. She is also a co-author of “English Grammar and Writing” (Shanghai Foreign Language Press, 2019).