Dianne's new role is Acting Associate Dean (Courses) in the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences at Charles Sturt University. In this role Dianne will lead major faculty projects around online course innovation, course renewals and credit.
In Dianne's previous role as Course Director for Accounting and Finance, the role lead curriculum development, strategic course development and review, and course accreditation and advises on policy and processes for these discipline areas.
Prior to taking up the position as Course Director Dianne was the Sub Dean Learning & Teaching in the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences. Prior to joining CSU Dianne owned and operated retail businesses and held positions including Head of School (La Trobe University) and auditor with the Australian Taxation Office.
Dianne is a senior lecturer with experience teaching across a range of subjects within accounting, finance and business planning. Dianne is currently convening subjects in Strategic management Accounting and Taxation and supervising PhD students exploring topics in ethics and governance.
Dianne's research interests are centred on Social and Environmental Accounting and Governance and Accounting education. Dianne contributed to the research in these fields through a number of published papers. In addition Dianne has supported the development of these fields of research as the chair of the organising committee for the Centre for Social and Environmental Accounting Research (CSEAR) 2011 Australasian conference and as a member of the technical committee for the Accounting & Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ).