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Department of Accounting and Corporate Governance

Congratulations to the ACCG Staff

ACCG Staff at the Dean's Excellence Awards

Dr Verity Greenwood, Dr Michael Quilter and Dr Sharron O'Neill with Head of Department Philomena Leung (front)

Dr Verity Greenwood

Citation – Excellence in Student Experience

Dr Verity Greenwood is recognised with the award for Student Experience in particular for her contributions over the past twelve months. Verity is recognised for instigating an innovative, integrative and interactive Student at Risk (StAR program) and reflective consultation strategy that empowers, motivates and inspires students’ learning, in the subject BUSL250. The quality of this improvement was recognised by her students, and the Faculty received effusive feedback from multiple students on the quality of their experience in this subject.

Dr Michael Quilter

Citation - Research Excellence (ECR)

Michael’s research has 2 distinct paths. One involves the relationship between bankruptcy, its historical development and literature. His articles, published in quality journals, range from the Roman Republic to Shakespeare to the current role bankruptcy plays in establishing order. His other research focus is corporate governance and regulation. He is the author of Company Law Perspectives, and during the past twelve months has made regular and incisive media contributions on topical corporate issues. He has published widely in law and has been a key person to consult in respect of corporate legal matters.

Dr Sharron O'Neill

Citation - Research Impact (ECR)

Dr Sharron O'Neill is recognised with the award for Research Impact (Early Career Researcher) for her achievements in particular over the past year. Her research on work, health and safety reporting has demonstrated international, national and significant institutional impact by informing government policy, through the media, providing expert advice to government and industry, keynote presentations at national and international conferences, and through influential academic and policy publications. In addition, her research has attracted over $200,000 research income.


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